SOUS LA DIRECTION DE GREG ROBINSON ET ELENA TAJIMA CREEF
University of Washington Press, 2008, 224 pages.
Paintings, drawings, and writings by the Nisei artist, writer, and community activist Mine Okubo, author of the landmark Citizen 13660--arguably the best-known narrative of the Japanese American relocation experience--are reproduced along along with new critical articles, reminiscences, and photographs dealing with her life and work. Greg Robinson is professor of history at Universit du Qubec Montral. Elena Tajima Creef is professof of women's studies at Wellesley College.