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Concentration camps on the home front : Japanese Americans in the house of Jim Crow

저자: John Howard
출판사: Chicago : University of Chicago Press, 2008.
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모든 저자 / 참여자: John Howard
ISBN: 9780226354767 0226354768
OCLC 번호: 184906156
설명: 344 p. : ill., map ; 24 cm.
내용: Introduction: Unnatural but not Un-American ; Not American, not again ; Human differences, human rights --
1. Expansion and restriction: Christian Empire ; Self-sufficiency, Sandalwood, and sugar ; White citizenship, racial hierarchy --
2. Subversion: Perverse sexuality ; House Un-American Activities ; Segregation versus extermination --
3. Concentration and cooperation: Collective living ; Cooperative enterprises ; Competitive sports ; Participatory democracy --
4. Camp life: Gendered spaces ; Caucasian environments ; Unusual places --
5. Race, war, dances: Complicating the color line ; Courting within the color lines ; Authorizing gender roles --
6. Americanization and Christianization: Schooling in the nation ; Drawing out the nation ; Safeguarding Buddhism ; Worshipping of the nation --
7. Strikes and resistance ; Disputes over pay and conditions ; The woodcutters strike and the death of Seizo Imada ; The motor repair strike ; The general strike and the death of Haruji Ego --
8. Segregation, expatriation, annihilation ; Neither a trial nor inquisition ; Tule Lake ; Hiroshima --
9. Resettlement and dispersal ; Normal American communities ; The suicide of Julia Dakuzaku ; Plantation versus cooperative colony --
10. Occupation and statehood: Adopting the American way ; Queering the Empire ; Rock 'n' roll and redemption --
Epilogue: Democracy is for the unafraid ; Cliches of American happiness.
책임: John Howard.
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