Jim and Jap Crow : a cultural history of 1940s interracial America /
|Published:||Princeton : Princeton University Press, c2012.|
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Table of Contents:
- Preface: "Contraction and Release"
- Introduction An Age of Possibility
- Chapter 1. Before Pearl Harbor: Taking the Measure of a "Marginal" Man
- Chapter 2. "A Multitude of Complexes": Finding Common Ground with Louis Adamic
- Chapter 3. "Unity within Diversity": Intimacies and Public Discourses of Race and Ethnicity
- Chapter 4. "Participating and Observing": Dorothy Swaine Thomas, W. I Thomas and Jers
- Chapter 5. The Tanforan and Gila Diaries: Becoming Nikkei
- Chapter 6. From "Jap Crow" to "Jim and Jane Crow": Black and Blue (and Yellow) in Chicago and the Bay Area
- Chapter 7. "It Could Just as Well Be Me": Japanese American and African American GIs in the Army Diary
- Conclusion Tatsuro, "Standing Man"
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