Phung Ha Thanh

Dr. Phùng Hà Thanh (Phùng is the family name) is a postdoctoral research fellow at ICE.

She also serves as an on-leave lecturer at the University of Languages and International Studies, Vietnam National University Hanoi.

Dr. Phùng  obtained her B.A. in English language teacher education from Vietnam National University Hanoi, her M.Ed. in educational studies from Katholieke Universiteit Leuven, Belgium, and a Ph.D. degree in curriculum, instruction and teacher education from Michigan State University, U.S.

Dr. Phùng’s scholarship attends to modes of (un)intelligibility and (in)visibility in different societies. Her doctoral dissertation investigated modern educational regimes of creativity.

Her current research interests include philosophy and history of education, history of capitalism and globalization, decolonizing epistemologies, place-based transnationality, and aesthetics of love.

Dr. Phùng has recently published an article together with Dr. Phan Le Ha of ICE in the University World News on “COVID-19 Opportunities for Internationalisation at Home.”