Phan Huy Lê
Professor Phan Huy Lê (Thạch Châu, Lộc Hà district, Hà Tĩnh province, 23 February 1934) is a Vietnamese historian, professor of history of the Hanoi National University. He is the author of many studies on village society, landholding patterns and peasant revolution in particular, and in Vietnamese history in general. He is considered by many as "doyen of Vietnamese historians." He is also director of the Center for Vietnamese and Intercultural Studies at Vietnam National University, Hanoi.
He belongs to the school of historians, including also Trần Quốc Vượng distinguishing 'Vietnamese-ness' without relation to Chinese influences.
- Liber amicorum: mélanges offerts au professeur Phan Huy Lê - John Kleinen, Philippe Papin, Huy Lê Phan - 1999
- Việt Nam: Borderless Histories - Page 4 Nhung Tuyet Tran, Anthony Reid - 2006 "A key figure in the dialogue is Professor Phan Huy Lê, doyen of Vietnamese historians and heir of a famous literati family, whose career has spanned the evolution of independent ViӾt Nam's historiography. "
- Gender, Household and State in Post-revolutionary Vietnam - Page 5 Jayne Werner - 2008 "Phan Huy Lê, a noted historian and director of the Center for Vietnamese and Intercultural Studies at Vietnam National University, Hanoi, based on a number of considerations."
- Marie-Carine Lall, Edward Vickers - Education As a Political Tool in Asia - Page 149 2009 "Already since 1954, with a new generation of modern Vietnamese historians (Trần Quốc Vượng, Phan Huy Lê etc.), 'Vietnamese-ness' had been clearly considered as having no relation with Chinese influences. "
- Patricia M. Pelley Postcolonial Vietnam: New Histories of the National Past - Page 50 "Phan Huy Lê—published two pathbreaking studies, Primitive Communism and The History of Feudalism, from which ..."