The Bancroft Library is pleased to announce the publication of the Japanese American Evacuation and Resettlement Study Digital Archive: http://bancroft.berkeley.edu/collections/jais/
The result of a two-year digitization project generously funded by the National Park Service as part of the Japanese American Confinement Sites Grant Program, the digital archive makes available nearly 100,000 original manuscript items from The Japanese American Evacuation and Resettlement Study initiated in 1942 at the University of California, Berkeley. This research project sought to document the mass internment of Japanese Americans by embedding Nisei social science students recruited from the Berkeley campus into selected internment sites.
The Japanese American Evacuation and Resettlement Study Digital Archive website provides access to this massive collection of research materials through various means, including textual searches and browsing options, visual mechanisms such as GIS tagging and interactive maps, a timeline, and pointers to related resources. The collection comprises daily journals, field reports, life histories, extensive correspondence between staff, evacuees, and others, and secondary research materials collected and compiled by the research staff.
The Bancroft Library Reading Room is CLOSED from December 21st to January 5th.
January Intersession Hours:
January 6th - January 17th
Monday - Friday, 1pm - 5pm
Normal hours of operation will resume on January 21st. Please plan your research accordingly.
The Bancroft Library Reading Room will be CLOSED Thursday, 11/28 and Friday, 11/29.
Normal hours of operation will be in effect on Wednesday, 11/27, and will resume on Monday, 12/3.
Please plan your research accordingly.
November 21, 2013 - May 19, 2014
Third Floor Foyer, The Bancroft Library
Open during the operating hours of The Bancroft Reading Room
Curated by Jenna Cavelle, Winner of the Judith Lee Stronach Baccalaureate Prize
A tribute to the memory of the Owens Valley Paiute Indian water achievements, losses, contributions to pioneer society, and expropriation by the city of Los Angeles. Featuring journals, maps, and photographs from the collections of The Bancroft Library, this exhibition highlights early historical records of the ancient irrigation systems of the Paiute Indian tribes of California and their place in Paiute traditional cultural landscapes.
Number 143, Fall 2013
Comics, Cartoons, and Funny Papers
David Dodge: Cal Man in the End
Global India: Palestine, Italy, and Kerala in a unique illustrated manuscript from The Magnes
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