A Great New Dissertation – but with problems – by Kristin Roebuck
This commentary and introduction of mine, is about the following: Japan Reborn: Mixed-Race Children, Eugenic Nationalism, and the Politics of Sex after World War II Author: Kristin Roebuck Thesis Advisor(s): Pflugfelder, Gregory Date: 2015 Degree:Ph.D., Columbia University This can be found online through a Google search: https://academiccommons.columbia.edu/catalog/ac:207934 I love this … Continue Reading A Great New Dissertation – but with problems – by Kristin Roebuck
Dream of the Water Children: BOOK TRAILER #1- PUBLISHING DATE CHANGED
MY BOOK: The Layout and Proofs are Going! Yes.
Podcast: “Violence and Memory” — My Discussion at As(I)Am project
New PUBLISHING DATE for my Book
2014 – VIDEO: Korean Hapa Tour – Homelands, New Lands, Healing
It’s Official! My BOOK will be PUBLISHED – Fall 2014! (Now delayed until 2017)
It’s official! My Book will be published in the Fall of 2014 – by 2Leaf Press. I will keep everyone updated. I have provided the Vimeo introductory video here. More will follow. While watching this video, there are two issues I want to mention. SORRY–THIS BOOK WILL BE DELAYED until … Continue Reading It’s Official! My BOOK will be PUBLISHED – Fall 2014! (Now delayed until 2017)
OUT NOW! New Book by Walter Hamilton!
Music Video: Vintage Japanese Movie Song: Mongrel Marie 混血児マリー
Vintage Japanese Film – Trailer: Konketsuji Rika 混血児 リカ (1972)
Article: Former Orphanage Resident Demian Akhan Revisits Japan 2009
Demian Akhan, a former resident of the Elizabeth Saunders Home for Mixed Race Children in Japan, who now resides in New York, visits again and talks to the Japan Times interviewer. For article – CLICK HERE.
Excerpt from my book chapter: Kurombo 黒んぼ (Black Sambo)
Mixed-Japanese orphanage, June 1952
How is History, Person, and Life to be respected without forgetting?
Grits & Sushi: great blogsite by Mitzi Uehara Carter
An Undergraduate journal article on East Asian Afro-Asians
“The Marginalization of Afro-Asians in East Asia: Globalization and the Creation of Subculture and Hybrid Identity” by Sierra Reicheneker from Global Tides: Pepperdine Journal of International Studies