Japanese Americans invoked their own experiences of incarceration at Fort Sill to highlight the history of racism, colonialism, and trauma.
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The 50th Anniversary of the Koza Uprising
Abstract: Three authors address the potential for the emergence of transnational audiences for public history. In December 2020, the Okinawa Memories Initiative hosted an online event commemorating the 50th anniversary… Read More ›
Rhodes must fall! Anatomy of a Protest
The recent protests about the statue of Rhodes at the University of Cape Town (UCT) have resulted in much debate and media coverage. They also present an opportunity to analyse elements of public history and its role.