Okinawan Diaspora
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216pp. February 2002
Okinawan Diaspora
Editor: Nakasone, Ronald Y.;
The first Okinawan immigrants arrived in Honolulu in January 1900 to work as contract laborers on Hawai'i's sugar plantations. Over time Okinawans would continue migrating east to the continental U.S., Canada, Brazil, Peru, Argentina, Bolivia, Mexico, Cub
"A surprisingly personal collection of academic essays.... I highly recommend this book" --Pacific Reader, Fall 2002
Editor: Nakasone, Ronald Y.;
Ronald Y. Nakasone, Buddhist cleric and scholar, teaches at the Graduate Theological Union in Berkeley, California, and has lectured at Ryukoku University, Japan, and Mahidol University, Thailand.
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Preface

PART I Introduction
Chapter 1 "An Impossible Possibility" - Ronald Y. Nakasone
Chapter 2 Theorizing on the Okinawan Diaspora - Robert K. Arakaki<



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