Christoph Giebel, associate professor of international studies and history, is quoted in an article titled, “Op-ed published in Asian Weekly led to controversial plaque removal,” about the May 7 UW panel
In “UW professors to participate in panel on recently removed Volunteer Park plaque,” which features Jackson School and History Faculty Christoph Giebel, as well as Vicente Rafael and Ileana M. Rodríguez-Silva, both faculty with
In an article titled, “Statues: Relics representing past and present colonialism and white supremacy,” Associate Professor Christoph Giebel is quoted from his Op-Ed in May 2021, published by the Northwest Asian
In “The Big Lie in Volunteer Park” Jackson School Faculty Christoph Giebel examines how introspection about anti-Asian violence must include a stone marker next to Volunteer Park’s water tower telling
In conjunction with KBTC’s ongoing broadcasting of the Ken Burns and Lynn Novick documentary series on the war in Viet Nam, Associate Professor of International Studies and History Christoph Giebel is featured to
Associate Professor of International Studies and History Christoph Giebel features on Northwest Now (PBS) segment to discuss The Vietnam War, an 18-hour documentary series co-directed by Ken Burns and Lynn Novick.
Vietnam expert and Associate Professor Christoph Giebel shares his reflections on The Vietnam War, an 18-hour documentary series co-directed by Ken Burns and Lynn Novick, in a Talking Stick TV show discussing the series.
Christoph Giebel, associate professor of history and international studies, recently gave a talk on the Vietnamese Revolution as part of the History Department’s “Worlds Turned Upside Down: Five Revolutions that Shaped
Veronica Inveen, a transfer student from Tacoma Community College, was featured in UW’s Spring 2016 Transfer Newsletter where she talks about her decision to major in International Studies and minor in Southeast
Christoph Giebel, associate professor of international studies, has his op-ed “In Vietnam, former enemies must accept responsibility for war” published in the Seattle Times. Click here for full article.