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Engaged Learning and Filmmaking by Way of Vietnam


Steven Emmanuel

Virginia Wesleyan College
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Steven Emmanuel earned his doctorate degree in philosophy from Brown University. He currently serves as Batten Professor of Philosophy at Virginia Wesleyan College, where he teaches courses in intellectual history and comparative ethics, with a special emphasis on Asian thought.
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Virginia Wesleyan professor Steven Emmanuel and five students spent four weeks in Vietnam in the summer of 2007. Their work, supported by an ASIANetwork Student-Faculty Fellows Grant, resulted in a documentary film that won several awards in national and international film festivals. In the following piece, he describes the project and talks about how the grant experience gave him a new perspective on study abroad.
How to Cite: Emmanuel, S., 2010. Engaged Learning and Filmmaking by Way of Vietnam. ASIANetwork Exchange: A Journal for Asian Studies in the Liberal Arts, 17(2), pp.83–90. DOI:
Published on 01 Apr 2010.
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