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Bradford Smith: An American to Japan (and Back) — Part 2

Greg Robinson

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Bradford Smith: An American to Japan (and Back) — Part 1

Greg Robinson

Outside defenders of Japanese Americans during World War II, especially those in positions of power, were rare. Issei and Nisei did, however, receive various forms of assistance from a circle of “old Japan hands,” white Americans who had lived in Japan before the war and had become familiar with Japanese …

The Strange Case of James Edmiston and ... James Edmiston — Part 2

Greg Robinson

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The Strange Case of James Edmiston and ... James Edmiston — Part 1

Greg Robinson


From Wilfred Hari to Yoshitaka Horiuchi: The career of an Expatriate Executive - Part 2

Greg Robinson

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From Wilfred Horiuchi to Wilfred Hari: The Career of a Nisei Writer and Performer - Part 1

Greg Robinson

One exceptional Nisei, the different pieces of whose life I have been trying to investigate, was a man by the name of Yoshitaka Wilfred Horiuchi. In the course of a 50-year career, operating in different places and under different names, he made contributions in a variety of fields, from the …

A Heart to Heart: Carlos Bulosan and Japanese Americans - Part 2

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A Heart to Heart: Carlos Bulosan and Japanese Americans - Part 1

Jonathan van HarmelenGreg Robinson


Yoshinori Matsuyama: A Transnational Japanese Tenor and Composer in America—Part 2

Greg Robinson

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Yoshinori Matsuyama: A Transnational Japanese Tenor and Composer in America—Part 1

Greg Robinson

In recent decades, Asian-born performers have occupied a visible place in western classical music. These Musicians From a Different Shore, in scholar Mari Yoshihara’s phrase, have included renowned soloists such as Yo-Yo Ma, Mitsuko Uchida, Cho-Liang Lin, Midori, Kyung-Wah Chung, and Lang Lang, conductors such as Seiji Ozawa and Myung-whun …

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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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