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EO9066’s ‘Coerced Prison Work(ers)’

Nichi Bei WeeklyArthur A. Hansen

An In-Depth Examination of the WRA’s Legal System

Arthur A. HansenNichi Bei Weekly

An Inquiry into the Kibei-Nisei ‘Diasporic Experiences’

Arthur A. HansenNichi Bei Weekly

I feel a close kinship with this remarkable book by Michael R. Jin. In 2013, I was privileged to read his pioneering UC Santa Cruz dissertation, which he completed under the able mentorship of Alice Yang and that became the basis for the 2022 Stanford University Press book here under …

Recollections from Jerome and Rohwer

Arthur A. HansenNichi Bei Weekly

'A Heuristic Model' for Historians to Emulate with Other Camps

Arthur A. HansenNichi Bei Weekly

Life in the Tule Lake Stockade

Arthur A. HansenNichi Bei Weekly

There now exists a richly diverse number of publications devoted to the World War II concentration camp for Japanese Americans generically called Tule Lake. This penal facility was initially known as the Tule Lake Relocation Center when it opened on May 27, 1942.

Bio of Issei Journo Shines

Arthur A. HansenNichi Bei Weekly

Prior to reading this book, my knowledge about prominent Issei lawyer/journalist Sei Fujii derived from two starkly contrasting experiences. The first of these was co-authoring with Ronald Larson a forthcoming published essay entitled DOHO: The Japanese American “Communist” Press, 1937-1942. The second was my viewing of the 30-minute award-winning 2012 …

‘Brilliant’ Work Relies on Oral Histories of Japanese American Hibakusha

Arthur A. HansenNichi Bei Weekly

In 1974, Betty Mitson and I co-edited a modest and virtually self-published and crudely fabricated book titled Voices Long Silent: An Oral Inquiry into the Japanese American Evacuation. It was conceived and developed as a way to open up discussion about a World War II event that had heretofore largely …

A ‘Comprehensive Treatment’ of the Wartime Incarceration of Japanese Americans

Arthur A. HansenNichi Bei Weekly

During the 1980s, I was privileged to co-direct the Honorable Stephen K. Tamura Orange County Japanese American Oral History Project (OCJAOHP), jointly sponsored by the Japanese American Council of the Historical and Cultural Foundation of Orange County and the Japanese American Project of the Oral History Program at California State …

The American Democratic and Multicultural Promise

Arthur A. HansenNichi Bei Weekly

In 1949, when I was 10 years old, my family moved from New Jersey to Goleta, Calif., where I enrolled as a sixth grader in Goleta Union School. It historically had always been an integrated school, as were the schools in the neighboring county seat of Santa Barbara. However, another …

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Professor Emeritus of History and Asian American Studies at California State University, Fullerton, where he retired in 2008 as the director of the Center for Oral and Public History. Between 2001 and 2005, he served as Senior Historian at the Japanese American National Museum.

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