Minh Huynh Vu is a first-year graduate student studying AfroAsian relationalities, aesthetics, and liberations across 20th and 21st century cultural productions. Prior to entering the Ph.D. program, he received a B.A. (with distinction) in English and Women’s, Gender, and Sexuality Studies from Yale in 2020. He has held previous fellowships at the Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture and the Satoda Scholars Program in Japanese American Internment.
Central to Minh’s research is the public humanities. He is currently researching and writing for the African American Policy Forum, Diasporic Vietnamese Artists Network, Yale Prison Education Initiative, and Revolution on Trial: May Day and The People’s Art, New Haven’s Black Panthers @ 50.