I N D E X
‘‘Absent presence’’: defined, 3–5, 11,
19, 76, 104, 186, 194; in Citizen
13660, 28–29
Acoustic Mirror (Silverman), 105
Alien Land Laws, 159, 212 n.17
America is in the Heart (Bulosan), 140
American Dilemma (Myrdal), 158
American in Disguise (Okimoto), 29
American Legion, 92
Anthropology: culture and personal-
ity, 63, 65; and internment, 1, 9;
and the Other, 43–45, 63, 70, 74–
75; structural functionalism, 56,
60–61, 63–64. See also Commu-
nity analysis; Leighton, Alexander;
Liberalism; Resettlement program
Antler, Joyce, 86
‘‘Applied Anthropology in Psycholog-
ical Warfare’’ (Opler), 69–70
Arensberg, Conrad, 59–60, 63, 65–
68
Articulate Silences (King-Kok), 189,
192
Asian American Studies, 2, 8, 72, 187
Assimilation: of internees, 45, 47, 52–
53, 67–68, 71–73; and ‘‘the oriental
problem,’’ 51, 58–59, 70, 158. See
also Oriental Other; Park, Robert E.
Atomic bomb, 6, 8, 10, 82–83, 119;
and internment experience, 113–
15. See also Hiroshima; Hiroshima
Maidens Project; Nagasaki
Balibar, Etienne: and nation as fam-
ily, 30; and ‘‘polymorphism of rac-
ism,’’ 6
Barker, Rodney, 118, 126, 131–34,
142–43
Benedict, Ruth: arguments for reten-
tion of emperor, 70; The Chrysan-
themum and the Sword, 63; influ-
ence of Gorer, 202 n.54; and
occupation policy, 74–75
Benjamin, Walter, 4, 19
Best Years of Our Lives (film), 17
Black Panthers, 146, 210–11 n.47
Boas, Franz, 59; ‘‘Changes in Bodily
Form of Descendants of Immi-
grants,’’ 56–57; work as response
to Social Darwinism, 50, 56, 63,
202 n.51
Born Free and Equal (Adams), 34, 187
Branch, Taylor, 154
Brundidge, Harry, 77–79, 89, 96,
104, 109, 206 n.43
Buck, Pearl, 119
Carroll, Earl, 94, 110
Carter, James M., 93
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