Publications About CSUJAD

This is a growing list of the publications focused on the work of the California State University Japanese American Digitization Project:

Cauley, Alexandra Arai, and Christina Pappous. “The Ninomiya Photo Studio Collection.” Los Angeles Archivists Collective (blog), 2017. http://www.laacollective.org/work/ninomiya-photo-studio/.

Hirabayashi, Lane Ryo. “Everyday Sources about Life in the Camps: The Value of the Vernacular.” Essay written for CSU Japanese American Digitization Project, April 2015. http://www.csujad.com/images/HolisticRepresentations_Hirabayashi.pdf

Johnston, George Toshio, “Into the Next Stage: Ninomiya Photo Archive, Wishes Granted,” The Rafu Shimpo, May 5, 2017,
http://www.rafu.com/2017/05/into-the-next-stage-ninomiya-photo-archive-wishes-granted/

Moore, Mary-Michelle. “And Then They Came For Us ….” CSUDH (blog), February 23, 2017.
https://torolink.csudh.edu/news/107759.

Moreno, Nereida, “CSU System Will Digitize Experiences of Japanese-American World War II Internees,” Daily Breeze, June 23, 2015, https://www.dailybreeze.com/2015/06/23/csu-system-will-digitize-experiences-of-japanese-american-world-war-ii-internees/

Nakagawa, Alan. Ninomiya Zine. Carson, CA: CSUDH Gerth Archives and Praxis Art, 2019.
[Click to view the zine]

Williams, Gregory L. “Civil Liberties Icons Fred Korematsu and Aiko Herzig Yoshinaga Archival Material Now Available in the CSU Japanese American Digitization Project” CSUDH (blog), April 14, 2021. https://libguides.csudh.edu/blog/civil-liberties-icons-collections-available

Williams, Gregory L. “CSU Japanese American Digitization Project.” Society of California Archivists Newsletter, No. 259, 2016, pp. 12-13.
https://calarchivists.org/resources/Documents/Newsletter/2016summer.pdf

Williams, Gregory L. and Maureen Burns. “The Importance of Collecting, Accessing, and Contextualizing Japanese American Historical Materials: A California State University Collaborative.” Chapter 16 in Archives and Special Collections as Sites of Contestation, edited by Mary Kandiuk, Sacramento: Library Juice Press: 2020.

Wiliams, Gregory L., Sue Tyson, and Maureen Burns. “Building a Statewide Archival Collaborative: The California State University Japanese American Digitization Project.” Visual Resources Association Bulletin 42, no. 1 (2015). https://online.vraweb.org/index.php/vrab/article/view/69

Williams, Gregory L., Sue Tyson, and Maureen Burns. “The CSU Japanese American Digitization Project: Planning and Implementing a Multi-Institutional Endeavor” 2015.
https://docs.google.com/viewer?a=v&pid=sites&srcid=ZGVmYXVsdGRvbWFpbnxjYXZyYWNvbjIwMTV8Z3g6MmJjODg4Y2UzYjg5MzQwMw

Williams, Gregory L., Rachel Mandell, and Maureen Burns. “Granting Wishes: Roles and Challenges Implementing Grants with Multiple Partners” 2016. https://www.slideshare.net/VisResAssoc/granting-wishes-roles-and-challenges-implementing-grants-with-multiple-partners

Williams, Gregory L. and Yoko Okunishi. “Navigating the California State University Japanese American Digitization Project” 2016. https://youtu.be/WRnrkNjCMuE