Japanese Americans Books
Books con argomento Japanese Americans
When Justice Failed
Tamura David (ILT)
Chin Steven A.
edizioni Houghton Mifflin School collana Houghton Mifflin School (Paperback)
Relates the life and experiences of the Japanese American who defied the order of internment during World War II and took his case as far as the Supreme Court.
Where the Body Meets Memory
edizioni Random House collana Random House (Paperback)
In Turning Japanese, poet David Mura chronicled a year in Japan in which his sense of identity as a Japanese American was transformed. In Where the Body Meets Memory, Mura focuses on his experience growing up Japanese American in a country which interned both his parents during World War II, simply because of their...
Why Japanese Immigrants Came to America
Parker Lewis K.
edizioni Rosen Pub Group collana Rosen Pub Group (Library)
Explores Japanese immigration to the United States from the 1880s to the present, and looks at the contributions of Japanese Americans to the culture of the United States.