THI DIEM HANG NGO


29-12-2019

Curriculum Vitae                        

DIEM-HANG NGO (THI)/ Ngô Thị Diễm Hằng/ Thi Diem Hang Ngo/ Ngo Thi Diem Hang/

Email: hangntd@nhanhoc.org                   Web.:  https://hnue.academia.edu/NgoDiemHang

DEGREE(S)

Date

Qualification

Major field

Awarding body

2011 –2016

Doctor of Philosophy

Anthropology and Development Studies

The University of Adelaide

2004 –2006

Master of Arts

Linguistic and Literature

Hanoi National University of Education (HNUE)

2007 –2009

Bachelor of Science

Teaching English

HNUE

2000 –2004

Bachelor of Science

Philology

HNUE

Other trainings:

Date

Name of qualification/ workshop

Awarding body

2019

Certificate of computer science (on going)

FPT online University

2018

Master words, excel and power point skills

HNUE IT Center

2017

'Writing for International Journal Publication'

Aus4skills Australia

2017

Innovation and Creativity Alumni Training Workshop

Aus4skills Australia

2016

The pedagogy of University teaching

HNUE

2006

Online Education (e-learning) for Higher Education

HNUE

 

ACADEMIC EMPLOYMENT

1) September 2004 – April 2007, May 2007 - January 2011: Lecturer

Faculty of Vietnamese Studies, Hanoi National University of Education

2) August 2011 – April 2016: PhD Candidate

Discipline of Anthropology and Development Studies, The University of Adelaide

3) June 2016 – present: Lecturer, Researcher, Academic Advisor

Faculty of Vietnamese Studies, Hanoi National University of Education

- Design annual academic activities for staff; Organize Faculty’s annual graduate forum;

- Teach average 400 periods a year for graduates and post graduates, both domestic and international students, of all levels;

- Publish articles, book chapters and delivering conference papers on areas of interest;

- Collaborate and do research projects with scholars of HNUE and internal institutions like Vietnam National University in Hanoi, Vietnam National University in Ho Chi Minh City, Institute of Applied Folklore, Vietnam Association of Social Sciences, and international institute like University of Sydney, University of Hawaii at Manoa, Aichi University of Education.

- Provide academic advisory to graduate and post graduate students, and to visiting scholar from Fulbright Program (2016)     

- Act as Education Program Adviser for HNUE’s Institution of International Education

Aug. 2016 – Sep. 2017: Education Manager, International Affairs Manager

Pascal Primary and Secondary School, Vietnam

 

COURSE INSTRUCTION AND ASSISTANCE

Instructor (post graduate courses): Culture and Heritages in Vietnam, (Sem. I 2019); preparing): Theories in Anthropology Today: Power, Experience and Identity, (preparing Sem. II 2019), HNUE.

Instructor (graduate courses for Vietnamese students): Vietnamese Culture in the Context of South East Asia, (Sem. II 2009, 2010, 2016, 2017, 2018; Cultural Anthropology, (2016, 2017, 2018); Vietnamese in Practice, (Sem. II, 2017); Vietnamese Folklore Studies, (Sem. I, 2017); English for Social Sciences (2016- 2018) HNUE.

Instructor (graduate courses for international students): Presentation skills in VietnameseVietnamese Culture in the Context of South East Asia, (Sem.I, 2016- 2018), HNUE.

Instructor (certified courses): Vietnamese for Beginners, Mediate, AdvancedVietnamese for Special purposes (Tourism, Education, Culture), (2008- 2010, 2016- 2018), HNUE.

Instructor (Short courses, non-certificated): Basic of Vietnamese Culture, (2009, 2010), Embassy of the US in Vietnam, Fulbright Program; Basic of Vietnamese CultureCross Cultural Issue in Social Work Practice in Vietnam, (2018), HNUE.

SCHOLARLY WORKS

Publications

10) Tran Kien, Ngo Thi Diem Hang, Dang Thi Phuong Anh, Tran Nguyen Khang, Chau Duong Quang (2018), edited book: Touring Vietnam: Exploring Development, Tourism and Sustainability from Multi-Disciplinary and Directional Perspectives, Vietnam National University at Ho Chi Minh City Press.

9) Ngo Thi Diem Hang (2018), article: “Bureaucracy in practice at a temple in Phu Tho province”, Journal of Science, Hanoi National University of Education Press.

8) Trần Thị An (editor), Bùi Thị Thiên Thai, Ngô Diễm Hằng, Nguyễn Khắc Sử (2017), book Thích ứng biển của người Việt vùng phía Bắc và Bắc Trong Bộ - tiếp cận từ hệ thống thần linh biển [Maritime Adaptation of the Viet people in the region of Northern and North-Central Coast – approach from the maritime spirits system], NXB Hội văn nghệ dân gian Việt Nam [Vietnam Association of Folk Arts Press]; Second prize research publication in 2017, Vietnam Association of Folk Arts.

7) Ngô Thị Diễm Hằng (2010), book chapter “Nghiên cứu trường hợp truyền thuyết Hùng Vương chọn đất đóng đô” [An analysis of the legend Hung Kings choose the land for the kingdom capital], in Nguyễn Thị Bích Hà  (2010) (editor), Giải mã văn học dân gian từ mã văn hóa [Folklore studies, the approach of cultural code], Hanoi National University of Education Press.

6) Ngô Thị Diễm Hằng (2009), text book Tiếng Việt cho lưu học sinh Campuchia, Lào, quyển B [Vietnamese for Lao and Cambodian learners, intermediate level]Huu Nghi 80 School, Son Tay, Hanoi.

5) Ngô Thị Diễm Hằng (2009), article “Phân tích truyện cổ tích Sọ Dừa từ cách tiếp cận biểu tượng” [The Fairy Tale So Dua from the Symbolic Approach], Journal of Language, Vol.12 (247), pp.46-52

4) Ngô Thị Diễm Hằng (2009), article “Giới thiệu truyện cổ dân gian dân tộc Brau ở Đăk Mế, Ngọc Hồi, Kon Tum” [Introduction of the Folklore of the Brau in Dakme, Ngoc Hoi, Kon Tum]. Journal of science, N054, Vol. 5, 2009, Hanoi National University of Education Press.

3) Ngô Thị Diễm Hằng (2008) (co-authors), Sách luyện thi đại học môn Ngữ văn [University entrance exam questions on literature], Hanoi National University of Education Press.

2) Ngô Thị Diễm Hằng, Đoàn Tiến Lực (2009) co-authors, Sách bài tập tiếng Việt cho học sinh lớp 2, Tập 1,2 [Practice exercises in Vietnamese for grade 2 learners, vol. 1&2], Hanoi National University of Education Press.

1) Ngô Thị Diễm Hằng (2008), Sách bài tập tiếng Việt cho học sinh lớp 1, Tập 1,2 [Practice exercises in Vietnamese for grade 1 learners, vol. 1&2], Hanoi National University of Education Press..

Conference presentations

12) Jan. 2019: “Moving toward collaborative ethnography, a case study of goddess religion studies in Vietnam”, Annual Conference Thực hành tín ngưỡng thờ Mẫu Tam phủ của người Việt: hai mươi năm nhìn lại từ phương diện nhận thức xã hội, Institute of Research and preservation of Vietnamese culture and believes Hanoi, Vietnam.

11) Dec. 2018: “Spirituality, agency and identity in practice: a study on the worship of Hung Kings in contemporary Vietnam”, Engaging with Vietnam 10, Phan Thiet – Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam.

10) Dec. 2018: “Communitas vs Contentious: Stories of Ethnic Minority Practices at the Anniversary Festival of the Hung Temple”, Engaging with Vietnam 10, Phan Thiet – Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam.                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     

9) Jul. 2018: “Venerating the swearing stone at the Hung Temple: spirit of place and statement of land ownership of the Viet people”, Annual Conference of Asian Studies Associations in Australia, Area Studies and Beyond, University of Sydney, Sydney, Australia.                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       

8) Dec. 2017: “Pilgrimage to the Hung Temple: Touring the nation, religion and citizenship identity of the contemporary Vietnamese”, Engaging with Vietnam 9, Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam.

7) Jul. 2015: “Remapping religion in contemporary Vietnam: the case of the worship of Hung Kings of the Viet people”, International Conference of Asian Studies 9, Adelaide, Australia

6) Dec. 2014: “The worship of Hung Kings in the contemporary Vietnam”, Vietnam Update Series, Australian National University, Australia

5) Apr. 2011, “Giải mã truyền thuyết Hùng Vương chọn đất đóng đô từ mã văn hóa” [From the cultural signal approach, decoding the myth of Hung Kings choosing the kingdom capital], International Conference Ancestor worship in contemporary societies (a case study of the worship of Hung Kings in Vietnam), Vietnamese Research Institute of Culture and Arts, Hanoi, Vietnam.

4) Dec. 2010: “Folk Lore of choosing land for a capital of the Viet people in Phu Tho province, a mythological approach”, The International Forum of Red River Region, Yen Nan, China.

3) Apr. 2009: “A modeling curriculum for the Bachelor program of Vietnamese Studies for foreign students”, Conference of Program and The Training of Vietnamese Studies in Vietnam and worldwide, HNUE. Co-author.

2) Mar. 2008: “Thiết kế một số trò chơi dạy học vần, mở rộng vốn từ  tiếng Việt cho học viên nước ngoài” [Designing word games for the teaching of Vietnamese syllabus and enhancing vocabulary for international learners], Conference of science research for Young Staffs, Faculty of Vietnamese Studies, HNUE. Co-author.

1) Mar. 2007: “Design educational games for the learning of Vietnamese words and syllabus for foreign students”, Conference of science research for Young Staffs, Faculty of Vietnamese Studies, HNUE. Co-author.

Research projects

11) 2018-2022 (on going): Building National Gazetteer Systems, National Special Science and Technology Project, Head: Prof.Dr. Nguyen Kim Son, Vietnam National University in Hanoi, translator and content contributor.

10) 2018-2019 (on going): Building policies for festivals holidays among ethnic minorities in contemporary Vietnam, Ministry of Ethnic Minority Project, Head: Accos. Prof. Dr. Tran Huu Son, Institute of Applied Folklore Studies, chapter contributor.

9) 2016-2018: An application of Lipski’s “street bureaucrat” theory into the understanding of bureaucracy practices at a religious heritage site in contemporary Vietnam, HNUE, Head of project.

8) 2013: Maritime Adaptation of the Viet people in the region of Northern and North-Central Coast – approach from the maritime spirits system, National research fund Project, Head: Ass.Prof. Tran Thi An, Vietnamese Association of Social Sciences, chapter contributor.

7) 2010: Writing the online lectures for subject “The Basis of Vietnamese Culture”, Hanoi National University of Education, Head of project.

6) 2010: Ella chào Việt Nam (Ella say hello Vietnam), TV programs teaching language for over sea Vietnamese, VTVC, script writer.

5) 2009: Decoding cultural codes in folk literature, Ministry of Education Project, Head: Assoc. Prof. Nguyen Thi Bich Ha, Hanoi National University of Education, chapter contributor.

4) 2009: Investigating and preserving the culture of minorities in the Hydroelectric Plant area of Son La Province, Ministry of Culture, Sport and Information Project, Head: Dr. Hoang Son, Vietnamese Institute of Culture and Arts, fieldworker.

3) 2/2008 – 10/2009: Investigation on secondary school’s cultural environment, Ministry of Education Project, Head: Assoc. Prof. Le Quang Hung, HNUE, chapter contributor.

2) 10/2007 – 10/2008: Investigation on teaching literature in secondary schools, Head: Assoc.Prof. Nguyen Thi Bich Ha, HNUE, Data collector and analyzer.

1) 4/2008: Investigation on Love Duets culture in Bac Ninh, Bac Giang provinces, Head: Assoc. Prof. Bui Quang Thanh, Vietnamese Institute of Culture and Arts, Fieldwork team leader.

SCHOLARSHIP(S) AND FELLOWSHIP(S)

  • Australian National University Visiting Graduate Fellowship:

August 2014 to October 2014; CHL, School of Culture, History and Language (CHL), College of Asia and the Pacific (CAP), ANU, Canbera, Australia

  • University of Adelaide Study oversea travel scholarship:

August 2012 to May 2013; University of Adelaide, South Australia, Australia

  • Australia Award Scholarship for Doctoral Program:

January 2010 to April 2016; University of Adelaide, South Australia, Australia

Professional Associations and Social Networks Membership

- Member of Asian Studies Association of Australia: since March 2018

- Committee Member of Association of Vietnamese Students in South Australia: 2014-2015

- Founder of Research Group of Vietnamese Students in South Australia: 2013-2014

- Founder and General Secretary of Association of Vietnamese Students in the University of Adelaide: 2014-2015

- General Director of community event Vietfest in South Australia: 2014

- Admin for social media network of Association of Vietnamese Students in South Australia, Research Group of Vietnamese Students in South Australia, Family Group in South Australia, Vietfest, Aus4skill Specialized Group in Education

 

LANGUAGES

Vietnamese: Native language

English: Excellent in reading, writing, listening and speaking (IELTS 7.5, 2017 exam)

Sino Nom: Basic reading and writing

Modern Chinese:  Basic listening and speaking

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