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Subject: History

Stanford Authors Series: History

1 of 18 programs from the Stanford Authors Series that offers in-depth interviews with famous authors from Stanford University who discuss important topics and their writings. Produced by the Stanford University Channel. Programs available on 1 individual DVD, Digital Streaming File or Video. (Complete Series Click for more

Morning Glory, Evening Shadow

Morning Glory, Evening Shadow

Gordon Chang, an Associate Professor of American History at Stanford, and the first director of the university's Asian-American Studies Program, discusses his book Morning Glory, Evening Shadow, a biography of Yamato Ichihashi, one of the first academics of Asian ancestry at Stanford, whose WW II wartime writings provides a comprehensive first-person account of internment life in the U.S. government's "relocation centers" for 120,000 Japanese-Americans. 00/09DE PIJSCA 50 min.
Associated Program: An Asian-American Retrospective

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