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A Pilgrimage to WWII Japanese-American Internment Camps

November 16, 2016
05:00 PM - 06:00 PM
Gowen Room, Wilson Commons

Notch Miyake

This lecture is part of the Humanities Project,  “Looking Like the Enemy: the WWII Japanese-American Experience”

The Humanities Project also encompasses an exhibit in the Hartnett Gallery that will run from Nov. 17 to Dec. 11, “Internment, The Japanese-American Experience in World War II:  A Pilgrimage to  Japanese-American Internment Camps with Historical Ephemera from the Re-Envisioning Japan Collection.”

The event is sponsored by The Humanities Project, Dept. of Modern Languages and Cultures, The Digital Humanities Center, The Hartnett Gallery, the American Studies Program, the Film and Media Studies Program, the Dept. of English, and the Dept. of History. 

Category: Humanities Project Events