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Otto and Iris Yamaoka: Asian Actors in 1930s Hollywood - Part 1

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As readers of this column know, I have done a great deal of research in recent years on the panoply of Asian American performers who worked in Hollywood in the generation before World War II. Theirs was not a simple life. Hollywood studios made frequent use of white actors in …

Leo Amino: Building a Brighter Art Through Plastics - Part 2

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Leo Amino: Building a Brighter Art Through Plastics - Part 1

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The modern sculptor Leo Amino, who achieved fame in the postwar artworld but then faded from view, has been experiencing a rebirth of public interest in recent years. Amid the new attention that Amino’s work is receiving, it is interesting to retrace the path that took him to his initial …

Les nouvelles japonaises: French Canadian newspaper coverage of Japanese American wartime confinement - Part 2

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Les nouvelles japonaises: French Canadian newspaper coverage of Japanese American wartime confinement - Part 1

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Jonathan van Harmelen has been studying international newspaper coverage of Japanese American confinement and of redress movements. After publishing a Discover Nikkei column on Dutch newspaper coverage, he followed it up with an extended study in the Journal of Transnational American Studies of British, French, German and Dutch sources. More …

African American images on a Nikkei Canvas: Black Characters in Japanese American Literature - Part 4

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African American images on a Nikkei Canvas: Black Characters in Japanese American Literature - Part 3

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African American images on a Nikkei Canvas: Black Characters in Japanese American Literature - Part 2

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African American images on a Nikkei Canvas: Black Characters in Japanese American Literature - Part 1

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It is a commonplace that the presence and contributions of racial minorities have been too long and thoroughly erased from the writing of America’s history. Yet, as the eminent historian Arthur Schlesinger, Jr. once observed, if racial conflict has remained excluded from the nation’s consciousness, as expressed by the writing …

Ruth Sato Reinhardt: From Chorus Girl to Jazz Momma - Part 2

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I am a native New Yorker who is Professor of History at l'Université du Québec À Montréal, a French-language institution in Montreal, Canada. In addition to writing multiple books on Japanese American and Japanese Caandian history, I write the regular historical column "The Great Unknown" for the NICHI BEI WEEKLY newspaper.

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