Hardy, Andrew

Andrew Hardy was educated in England, France and Australia (PhD, Australian National University, 1999). He heads the Hanoi centre of the École française d'Extrême-Orient (EFEO), where his research and teaching focuses on Vietnamese migration, ethnic relations in Southeast Asia and the history of Champa and Central Vietnam. His first book – Red Hills: Migrants and the State in the Highlands of Vietnam (NIAS Press, 2003) was awarded the Harry J. Benda Prize for Non-Fiction on Southeast Asia by the Asian Studies Association (2005). Since 2005, with Nguyen Tien Dong (Vietnam Institute of Archaeology), he has co-directed a multi-disciplinary project on the Long Wall of Quang Ngai, a 127 km frontier built in 1819, designated a national monument in 2011.

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