Vu Le Thao Chi

Vu Le Thao Chi

Project Assistant Professor
Faculty of Policy Management
Graduate School of Media and Governance
DegreesDoctorate
Short Biography2003/06/30/ BA., Institute for International Relations (Presently Diplomatic
Academy of Vietnam), Hanoi, Vietnam, Department of International Politics and
Vietnam Diplomacy
2008/03/31/ MA., Keio Univeristy, Graduate School of Media and Governance,
2014/03/15/ Ph.D., Keio Univeristy, Graduate School of Media and Governance

2004-2006: Lecturer at College of Social Sciences and Humanities, Department of International Relations, Vietnam National University of Ho Chi Minh City
2013- 2014: Part-time instructor, “Information Literacy I and II” Meiji Gakuin University, Faculty of International Studies
2014ー2016 EBA Project Research Associate, Keio University Graduate School of Media and Governance
2016 ~ present : Assistant Professor, Faculty of Policy Management, Keio University

Areas of Expertise Risk Behavior, Choices, Human Security, Narrative Approach, Development
Courses TaughtASIA WORKSHOP (GIGA/GG),POLICY MANAGEMENT(HUMAN SECURITY AND INTERNATIONAL DEVELOPMENT) (GIGA/GG),CONCEPTUAL FRAMEWORK(HUMAN SECURITY),POLICY MANAGEMENT(HUMAN SECURITY AND INTERNATIONAL DEVELOPMENT) (e-科目),MASTER SEMINAR,SEMINAR(Risk Analysis: Policy and Daily Life ),ACADEMIC PROJECT (Climate Change and Disaster Risk Governance System for Sustainable Development)
AffiliationsAssoctiation for Asian Studies, Japanese Association for Human Security Studies,
Selected Publications “The World after Dien Bien Phu,” Dien Bien Phu and Southern Battlefield workshop paper collection, Publisher of Vietnam National University of Ho Chiminh City, 2004.
“The Quiet War”- Paper collection of 30th anniversary of Vietnam Liberation, Publisher of Vietnam National University of Ho Chiminh City, 2005.
“Embracing Human Security; Agent Orange-Dioxin and the legacies of the war in Vietnam” (co-authored with Michio Umegaki and Tran Duc Phan), Michio Umegaki. et al, eds., Human Security in East Asia, United Nations University Press, Tokyo, New York, Paris, 2009.pp. 21-46.
“Risk and Farmers in Transitional Rural Societies: Cases of Vietnam and Laos”*, Keio SFC Journal, Vol. 11, No.1, pp. 199-207.
“Agent Orange and its Victims: A Neglected Warning”, Matthew Cotton & Bernardo H. Motta, eds., Engaging with Environmental Justice: Governance, Education and Citizenship, Inter-disciplinary Press, 2011.pp.35-42.
“Farmers in a Developing Country: An Inquiry into Human Insecurity of the Many,” Journal of Human Security Studies, Vol. 1, No. 2, Summer, 2012, pp.94-108.
“Informed Choices: Re-conceptualizing Human Security,” Journal of Human Security Studies,
Vol. 5, No. 1, Spring, 2016, pp. 40-58.
2018: “Evidence based Approach (EBA)- An innovation for Higher Education,” Keio SFC Journal, Vol.17, No.2, Spring 2018
2018: “Everyday Life and Risk,” Journal of Human Security Studies, Special Issue, 1, 2018 (Editor and Contributor)


Message to StudentsUse yourself as a case study of understanding others
Contact Information5322 Endo Fujisawa, Kanagawa 252-0882 Japan
Keio University Shonan Fujisawa Campus