Xuan Thuy Nguyen
Xuan Thuy Nguyen’s areas of research include educational policies, disability studies, visual studies, and inclusive education. Her thesis, Policy, power, and the paradigm shift in the Vietnamese discourses of disability and inclusion, focuses on the critical aspects of inclusion and exclusion underlying the political agenda of inclusion in Vietnam, and the implications of its discourses on disability issues in educational arenas.
International Ford Foundation Program Fellowship (IFP); Fonds de researche sur la société and la culture (FQRSC) Post-Doctoral Grant to pursue her post-doctoral program at the School of Health, Policy, and Management at York University in 2012-2014.
Nguyen, T. X. T (2010). Deconstructing “Education for All”: Discourse, power, and the politics of inclusion. International Journal of Inclusive Education, 14(4), 341-355.
Nguyen, T. X. T. & Mitchell, C. (2011). Picturing Policy and Social Change: The Use of Visual Methodologies in Educational Policy Research. Paper presented at the Annual Conference, American Educational Research Association (AERA) 2011, New Orleans, Louisiana.
Thesis Ph.D. Policy, power, and the paradigm shift in the Vietnamese discourses of disability and inclusion