Nengher N. Vang is an Associate Professor in the History Department and an affiliated faculty in the Race & Ethnic Studies Program.
- Nengher N. Vang, "Beyond the Peace Accords: Legacies of America's Secret War in Laos," in Beyond the Quagmire: New Interpretations of the Vietnam War, edited by Geoffrey W. Jensen and Matthew M. Stith (Denton, Texas: University of Texas Press, 2019), 47-82.
- Nengher N. Vang, "Unlawful or Not? Re-assessing the Value and Impact of Hmong American Transnational Politics,” Amerasia Journal 44, no. 2(2018): 43-64.
- Yang Sao Xiong, Nengher N. Vang, Chia Youyee Vang, “Charting New Paths for Critical Hmong American and Diaspora Studies,” Amerasia Journal 44, no. 2 (2018): ix-xxviii.
- Nengher N. Vang and Jeremy Hein, “From Kwvtxhiaj and Pajntaub to Theater and Literature: The Role of Generation, Gender, and Human Rights in the Expansion of Hmong American Art.” Hmong Studies Journal 18 (2017): 1-18.
- Nengher N. Vang and Jeremy Hein, “Hmong American Leadership and Unity in the Post-Vang Pao Era.” Hmong Studies Journal 16 (2015): 1-18.
- Jeremy Hein and Nengher N. Vang, “Politicians and Social Movements: Impact of Electoral Victory on Local, National, and Transnational Activism by Hmong Americans in Minneapolis-St. Paul.” Social Movements Studies 14:2 (2015): 164-179.
- Nengher N. Vang, “Peace-Makers or Peace-Wreckers: The Hmong in the Conflicts in Laos during and after the Cold War.” Journal of North Carolina Association of Historians 22 (2014): 57-82.
- Nengher N. Vang, “Political Transmigrants: Rethinking Hmong Political Activism in America.” Hmong Studies Journal 12 (2011): 1-46.