BEGIN:VCALENDAR VERSION:2.0 PRODID:-//PYVOBJECT//NONSGML Version 1//EN BEGIN:VEVENT UID:events.uid.5464@www.discovernikkei.org DTSTART:20171028T000000Z DTEND:20171028T000000Z DESCRIPTION:Questions from the Audience\, Panel Discussions\, Audience Feed back and Suggestions for Future Topics in Research on Japanese Americans\ n\n Presented by the Japanese American Museum of San Jose\n Saturday\, Oct ober 28\, 2017 1:00 - 3:00 pm\n \n Japanese Diaspora Initiative: Uncoverin g Forgotten Voices in the Digital Age\n Kaoru Ueda\, PhD\, Hoover Institut ion\, Stanford University\n As part of the Japanese Diaspora Initiative t o promote the study of Japanese American history and preserve its related important resources\, the Hoover Institution has begun digitally collect ing overseas Japanese newspapers. In this talk Ueda introduces its digita l capabilities to unpacking Japanese American history.\n\nThe Proudest of All Flowers: Chrysanthemum Cultivation\, Japanese American Community&nbsp \;<span style="background-color: initial\;">&amp\; Suburban Boosterism in Redwood City\, California\, 1906-1942\n Paul Nauert\, PhD Student\, Stanfo rd University\n Nauert will share highlights from his recent research on the relationship between Japanese American working class families\, chrys anthemum cultivation\, and suburbanization in the Redwood City area durin g the early twentieth century. This research draws from oral histories as well as visual and print sources.\n\nCitizen Internees: A Second Look at Race &amp\; Citizenship in Japanese American Internment Camps\n Linda Ive y\, PhD\, and Kevin W. Kaatz\, PhD\, California State University\, East Ba y\, Hayward\n Through a new collection of primary documents about Japanes e internment during World War II\, this book enables a broader understand ing of the injustice experienced by displaced people within the United St ates in the 20th century.\n\nFree with Museum Admission\n Adults: $8\n Se niors and Students: $5\n JAMsj Members: Free\n\nJapanese American Museum o f San Jose\n <span style="background-color: initial\;">535 N. Fifth Street San Jose\, CA\n <span style="background-color: initial\;">(408) 294 - 313 8 SUMMARY:Academic Research on Japanese Americans URL:/en/events/2017/10/28/academic-research-on-japanese-americans/ END:VEVENT END:VCALENDAR