Son Ca Lam

Postdoctoral Fellow

I am a feminist geographer and video ethnographer working at the intersection of Geography, Asian American Studies & Asian Diaspora Studies, and Sociolinguistics. My research focuses on the politics and practices of language identity and spatial belonging among displaced people and refugees. My current book project, Có Duyên Gặp Lại: Making Home in Diasporic Time and Space, draws on multi-sited bilingual video ethnographic field work with women in post-1975 transnational Vietnamese refugee families across generations. Concurrently, I am embarking on another project that examines how shifting food pathways impact transnational diasporic relationships.



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