A roundtable of scholars, concurrent with a roundtable of archivists, convened by public history nonprofit Densho in Seattle in October 2016. This provided a new forum for scholars of the Japanese American incarceration to converse intensely on their individual new work but also the direction of the field. Read Densho’s blog for photos and descriptions of the weekend’s events, including Heidi Kim’s workshop.
- Speaking tomorrow for the Swannanoa Valley Museum on the Japanese Americans incarcerated at Grove Park Inn and Mont… https://t.co/XCn2AHvlkw 01:51:37 PM May 17, 2023
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- @UNCLibrary @NCCollection @UNC @WilsonLibUNC We are so proud of these students (now alums) and their amazing work.… https://t.co/qt3fSHYAWp 07:42:23 AM April 27, 2023 in reply to UNCLibrary
- If nothing else, I seek a new interest convergence. /end 09:52:40 AM April 26, 2023 in reply to HeidiKKim
- We can only reduce these attacks by examining our past & seeking to repair our present, as continues to be done for… https://t.co/G4s2zUif4h 09:52:39 AM April 26, 2023 in reply to HeidiKKim