The long afterlife of nikkei wartime incarceration reexamines the history of imprisonment of us and canadian citizens of japanese descent during world war ii. Stanford libraries official online search tool for books media journals databases government documents and more. The long afterlife of nikkei wartime incarceration is a powerful meditation on how injustice catalyzes individual and collective transformation that also stretches our geographic and temporal understanding of the significance of wartime japanese internment. The long afterlife of nikkei wartime incarceration contributes to the sparse literature on the lingering effect of the world war ii incarceration experience on. First it indicates that wartime incarceration continues to shape the lives of nikkei people of japanese ancestry in north america even decades after their wartime experiences
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