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Resource: Utah Nippō Newspaper Online

As with our previous posts on digitized Nikkei newspapers, the digitization of the Utah Nippō is an important contribution to historical resources on the history of Japanese Americans. Hosted by the J. Willard Library at the University of Utah, this … Continue reading

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Resource: Nikkei Newspapers Digital Archive

Those of you who previously explored our article on the Hoji Shinbun Digital Collection – Japanese Diaspora Initiative may also be interested in a collection of Nikkei newspapers digitized and openly available through the university libraries of the University of Washington. From … Continue reading

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Resource: Hoji Shinbun Digital Collection – Japanese Diaspora Initiative

Stanford University’s Hoover Institution Library & Archives recently launched the Hoji Shinbun Digital Collection as a part of their Japanese Diaspora Initiative, which aims to make the Hoover Institution the leading center for archive-based research and analysis on the historical … Continue reading

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Job Openings: Japan Times Editor (two positions)

Via: Work for us | The Japan Times Institution: The Japan Times Location: Tokyo Type: Full-time (part-time a possibility) Education: not indicated Application Deadline: Feb 7 The Japan Times is seeking experienced editors for two positions: New Desk Editor, and … Continue reading

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Book Announcement: Japan’s Local Newspapers: Chihoushi and Revitalization Journalism

Japan is one of the world’s most literate societies. Its national newspapers are the most read newspapers in the world and the country also has a vibrant local newspaper sector as well. The first of its kind, this book focuses … Continue reading

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