From Sites of Memory to Cybersights: (Re)Framing Japanese American Experiences

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This interdisciplinary study explores the legacies of Japanese American World War II internment experiences and the factors influencing the construction and mediation of cultural memory and national/ethnic identity in the United States. It discusses issues of contested memory and shows how once repressed historic events are selectively commemorated or even erased. By focusing on representations of Japanese American internment experiences recovered, reframed or created since the 1980s, the study acknowledges that these ...

From Sites of Memory to Cybersights: (Re)Framing Japanese American Experiences 2007, Universitatsverlag Winter, Heidelberg

ISBN-13: 9783825351397

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