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Morning glory, evening shadow Yamato Ichihashi and his internment writings, 1942-1945

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  • "This book has a dual purpose. The first is to present a biography of Yamato Ichihashi, a Stanford University professor who was one of the first academics of Asian ancestry in the United States. The second is to present, through Ichihashi's wartime writings, the only known comprehensive first-person account of internment life by one of the 120,000 persons of Japanese ancestry who, in 1942, were sent by the U.S. government to "relocation centers," the euphemism for prison camps. In the comprehensive biographical essay that opens the book, Gordon Chang explores Ichihashi's personal life and intellectual work until his forced departure from Stanford, examining his career, publications, and experiences in American academia in the early twentieth century. He also relates Ichihashi's involvement in international conferences, including the 1922 Disarmament Conference - an involvement with later consequences."

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  • "Biography"
  • "Personal narratives"
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  • "Morning glory, evening shadow : Yamato Ichihashi and his internment writings, 1942-1945. Ed., annotated, and with a biographical essay by Gordon H. Chang"
  • "Morning glory, evening shadow : Yamato Ichihashi and his internment writings 1942-1945"
  • "Morning glory, evening shadow : Yamato Ichihashi and his internment writings, 1942-1945"
  • "Morning glory, evening shadow Yamato Ichihashi and his internment writings, 1942-1945"
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