"From Confinement to Containment examines four Japanese and Japanese American artists--the novelist Hanama Tasaki, the actor Yamaguchi Yoshiko, the painter Henry Sugimoto, and the children's author Yoshiko Uchida--whose lives and work explored overlapping transpacific legacies of immigration, imperialism, confinement, and global conflict in U.S.-Japan relations"--
Reorienting Empires : Hanama Tasaki's War Guilt and U.S.-Japan Relations -- Sleeping with the Frenemy: Yamaguchi Yoshiko as Japanese War Bride -- Beyond Confinement: The Racialized Cosmopolitan Style of Henry Sugimoto -- Teach Your Children Well: The Postwar Tales of Yoshiko Uchida
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