Newscenter: "Looking Like the Enemy" Examines WWII Internment, Current Debates

October 19, 2016

"Looking Like the Enemy: The WWII Japanese American Experience," is a Humanities Project exhibit and lecture organized by Joanne Bernardi, associate professor of Japanese, which will examine the experiences of interned Japanese-Americans – and the relevance of their experiences to current debates about terrorism, the refugee crisis, and illegal immigration.