UC San Diego
Everyday colonialism and hogg book /
- Author(s): Araki-Kawaguchi, Hiroki Michael (Kiik)
- et al.
These micro-fictions are sort of counter-internment stories that are looking to probe some of the unconscious elements of the internment experience. These stories (or some of them merely encounters) are attempting to move against internment narratives that represent Japanese internees as tragic, victimized, or disempowered people. These stories reach for complex personhood, characters with complex flaws, strengths, and desires