World War Two Japanese Cases
J. Garner Anthony, Hawaiian Martial Law in the Supreme Court, 57 The Yale Law Journal (1947).
Allan W. Austin, Eastward Pioneers: Japanese American Resettlement During World War II and the Contested Meaning of Exile and Incarceration, 26 Journal of American Ethnic History (2007).
Allan W. Austin, From Concentration Camp to Campus: Japanese American Students and World War II, (2004).
Eiichiro Azuma, From Civil Rights to Human Rights: Reinterpreting the Japanese American Internment in an International Context, 33 Reviews in American History (2005).
Edward N. Barnhart, The Individual Exclusion of Japanese American in World War II, 29 Pacific Historical Review (1960).
John Q. Barrett, A Commander's Power, a Civilian's Reason: Justice Jackson's 'Korematsu' Dissent, 68 Law and Contemporary Problems (2005).
Russell Bearden, Life Inside Arkansas' Japanese-American Relocation Centers, 48 The Arkansas Historical Quarterly (1989).
Leonard Bloom, Transitional Adjustments of Japanese-American Families to Relocation, 12 American Sociological Review (1947).
Allan R. Bosworth, America's Concentration Camps, (1967).
Arnold C . Brackman, The Other Nuremburg: The Untold Story of the Tokyo War Crimes Trials, (1986).
Charlotte Brooks, In the Twilight Zone Between Black and White: Japanese American Resettlement and Community in Chicago, 1942-1945, 86 The Journal of American History (2000).
Robert Cardon, Consitutional Law: Martial Law: Trial of Civilians by Military Tribunals in Hawaii, 45 Michigan Law Review (1946).
Fu-jen Chen and Su-lin Yu, Reclaiming the Southwest: A Traumatic Space in the Japanese American Internment Narrative, 47 Journal of the Southwest (2005).
Aimee Chin, Long-Run Labor Market Effects of Japanese American Internment During World War II on Working-Age Male Internees, 23 Journal of Labor Economics (2005).
John Christgau, Collins Versus the World: The Fight to Restore Citizenship to Japanese American Renunciants of World War II, 54 Pacific Historical Review (1985).
Roger Daniels, Further Thoughts on the Japanese American Cases, 17 OAH Magazine of History (2003).
Roger Daniels, Incarcerating Japanese Americans, 16 OAH Magazine of History (2002).
Roger Daniels, Incarceration of the Japanese Americans: A Sixty-Year Perspective, 35 The History Teacher (2002).
Roger Daniels, The Exile and Return of Seattle's Japanese, 88 The Pacific Northwest Quarterly (1997).
Roger Daniels, The Japanese American Cases, 1942-2004: A Social History, 68 Law and Contemporary Problems (2005).
Charles Davis and Jeffrey Kovac, Confrontation at the Locks: A Protest of Japanese Removal and Incarceration During World War II, 107 Oregon Historical Quarterly (2006).
Nanette Dembitz, Racial Discrimination and the Military Judgment: The Supreme Court's Korematsu and Endo Decisions, 45 Columbia Law Review (1945).
Ellen Eisenberg, As Truly American as Your Son': Voicing Opposition to Internment in Three West Coast Cities, 104 Oregon Historical Quarterly (2003).
Charles Fairman, The Supreme Court on Military Jurisdiction: Martial Rule in Hawaii and the Yamashita Case, 59 Harvard Law Review (1946).
Sidney Fine, Mr. Justice Murphy and the Hirabayashi Case, 33 Pacific Historical Review (1964).
Osmond K. Fraenkel, War, Civil Liberties and the Supreme Court, 1941 to 1946, 55 The Yale Law Journal (1946).
Thomas Fujita-Rony, Arizona and Japanese American History: The World War II Colorado River Relocation Center, 47 Journal of the Southwest (2005).
Eugene Gressman, Korematsu': A Melange of Military Imperatives, 68 Law and Contemporary Problems (2005).
Jerry Griffith (producer), Without Due Process [video], (1991).
Morton Grodzins, Americans Betrayed: Politics and the Japanese Evacuation, (1949).
Patrick O. Gudridge, Remember 'Endo'?, 116 Harvard Law Review (2003).
Patrick O. Gudridge, The Constitution Glimpsed from Tule Lake, 68 Law and Contemporary Problems (2005).
Arthur A. Hansen, Oral History and the Japanese American Evacuation, 82 The Journal of American History (1995).
Leslie T. Hatamiya, Righting a Wrong: Japanese Americans and the Passage of the Civil Liberties Act of 1988, (1993).
Brian Masura Hayashi, Democratizing the Enemy: The Japanese American Internment, (2004).
Karen M. Higa, The View from Within: Japanese American Art from the Internment Camps, 1942-1945, (1994).
William Minoru Hohri, Repairing America: An Account of the Movement for Japanese-American Redress, (1988).
Bill Hosokawa, Out of the Frying Pan: Reflections of a Japanese American, (1998).
Jeanne Wakatsuki Houston and James D. Houston, Farewell to Manzanar: A True Story of Japanese American Experience During and After the World War II Internment, (1973).
John Howard, The Politics of Dancing Under Japanese-American Incarceration, 52 History Workshop Journal (2001).
Dennis J. Hutchinson, The Achilles Heel' of the Constitution: Justice Jackson and the Japanese Exclusion Cases, The Supreme Court Review (2002).
Lawson Fusao Inado, Only What We Could Carry: The Japanese American Internment Experience, (2000).
Peter Irons, Justice Delayed: The Record of the Japanese American Internment Cases, (1989).
Peter Irons, Justice at War: The Story of Japanese- American Internment Cases, (1983).
Leslie A. Ito, Japanese American Women and the Student Relocation Movement, 1942-1945, 21 Frontiers. A Journal of Women's Studies (2000).
Arthur K. Kahn, International Law and National Legislation in the Trial of War Criminals--the Yamashita Case, 44 The American Journal of International Law (1950).
Tetsuden Kashima, Japanese American Internees Return, 1945-1955: Readjustment and Social Amnesia, 41 Phylon (1980).
Milton R. Konvitz, The Alien and the Asiatic in American Law, (1946).
Todd T. Kunioka and Karen M. McCurdy, Relocation and Internment: Civil Rights Lessons from World War II, 39 PS: Political Science and Politics (2006).
Kristine C. Kuramitsu, Internment and Identity in Japanese-American Art, 47 American Quarterly (1995).
Richard L. Lael, The Yamashita Precedent: War Crimes and Command Responsibility, (1982).
Elbert Lin, Korematsu Continued, 7 The Yale Law Journal (2003).
Jeffrey F. Liss, The Schneiderman Case: An Inside View of the Roosevelt Court, 74 Michigan Law Review (1976).
Amy Lyford, Noguchi, Sculptural Abstraction, and the Politics of Japanese-American Internment, 85 The Art Bulletin (2003).
J. R. Mackenzie, Constitutional Law: Power of Supreme Court to Review Judgments of International Military Tribunal for Far East, 47 Michigan Law Review (1949).
Timothy P. Maga, Ronald Reagan and Redress for Japanese-American Internment, 1983-88, 28 Presidential Studies Quarterly (1998).
Carey McWilliams, Prejudice, Japanese Americans: Symbol of Racial Intolerance, (1944).
Karen L. Miksch and David Ghere, Teaching Japanese-American Incarceration, 37 The History Teacher (2004).
Betty E. Mitson, Looking Back in Anguish: Oral History and Japanese-American Evacuation, 2 The Oral History Review (1974).
John Modell, The Kikuchi Diary: Chronicle from an American Concentration Camp: The Tanforan Journals of Charles Kikuchi, (1973).
Eric L. Muller, American Inquisition: The Hunt for Japanese American Disloyalty in World War II, (2007).
Eric L. Muller, Free to Die for Their Country, (2001).
Walter F. Murphy, Civil Liberties and the Japanese American Cases: A Study in the Uses of Stare Decisis, 11 The Western Political Quarterly (1958).
Donna K. Nagata, Legacy of Injustice: Exploring the Cross-Generational Impact of the Japanese American Internment, (1993).
Richard S. Nishimoto and Lane Ryo Hirabayashi, Inside an American Concentration Camp: Japanese American Resistance at Poston, Arizona, (1995).
Steven Okazaki (producer), Unfinished Business [video], (1986).
Gary Y. Okihiro and Julie Sly, The Press, Japanese Americans, and the Concentration Camps, 44 Phylon (1983).
Paul R. Pickard, Injustice Compounded: Amerasians and Non-Japanese Americans in World War II Concentration Camps, 5 Journal of American Ethnic History (1986).
Susan C. Potucek, Using Children's Literature to Make History Come Alive: Discussing Prejudice and the Japanese Internment, 28 The History Teacher (1995).
Ann Marie Prevost, Race and War Crimes: The 1945 War Crimes Trial of General Tomoyuki Yamashita, 14 Human Rights Quarterly (1992).
A. Frank Reel, The Case of General Yamashita, (1949).
Alison Dundes Rentein, A Psychohistorical Analysis of the Japanese American Internment, 17 Human Rights Quarterly (1995).
Greg Robinson and Toni Robinson, Korematsu' and Beyond: Japanese Americans and the Origins of Strict Scrutiny, 68 Law and Contemporary Problems (2005).
Edward T. Robinson, The Japanese 'Internment' Cases Revisited, 17 OAH Magazine of History (2003).
Eugene V. Rostow, The Japanese American Cases: A Disaster, 54 The Yale Law Journal (1945).
Peter J. Rubin, Taking its Proper Place in the Constitutional Canon: Bolling v. Sharpe, Korematsu, and the Equal Protection Component of Fifth Amendment Due Process, 92 Virginia Law Review (2006).
Natsu Taylor Saito, Interning the 'Non-Alien' Other: The Illusory Protections of Citizenship, 68 Law and Contemporary Problems (2005).
Robert Sadamu Shimabukuro, Born in Seattle: The Campaign for Japanese American Redress, (2001).
Caroline Chung Simpson, An Absent Presence: Japanese Americans in Postwar American Culture, 1945-1960, (2001).
Orin Starn, Engineering Internment: Anthropologists and the War Relocation Authority, 13 American Ethnologist (1986).
Yasuko I. Takezawa, Breaking the Silence: Redress and Japanese American Ethnicity, (1995).
A. Wallace Tashima, Play it Again, Uncle Sam, 68 Law and Contemporary Problems (2006).
Lawrence Taylor, A Trial of Generals: Homma, Yamashita, MacArthur, (1981).
Sandra C. Taylor, Jewel of the Desert: Japanese American Internment at Topaz, (1993).
Sandra C. Taylor, Leaving the Concentration Camps: Japanese American Resettlement in Utah and the Intermountain West, 60 Pacific Historical Review (1991).
Jacobus tenBroek, Wartime Power of the Military over Citizen Civilians within the Country, 41 Californian Law Review (1953).
Jacobus tenBroek, Edward N. Barnhart, and Floyd W. Matson, Prejudice, War, and the Constitution (Japanese American Evacuation and Resettlement: Vol. III, (1954).
Dorothy Swaine Thomas, Charles Kakuchi, and James Sakoda, Japanese American Evacuation and Resettlement: The Salvage, (1952).
Dorothy Swaine Thomas and Richard S. Nishimoto, The Spoilage: Japanese American Evacuation and Resettlement, (1946).
Benson Tong, Race, Culture and Citizenship Among Japanese American Children and Adolescents During the Internment Era, 23 Journal of American Ethnic History (2004).
Uncredited, Legal Aspects of Japanese Evacuation, 17 Social Service Review (1943).
Ruth Petway Vickers, Japanese-American Relocation, 10 The Arkansas Historical Quarterly (1951).
Robert R. Wilson, Some Legal Questions Concerning War Relocation, 39 The American Journal of International Law (1945).
J. Woodford Howard Jr., Advocacy in Constitutional Choice: The Cramer Treason Case, 1942-1945, 11 American Bar Foundation Research Journal (1986).
Hui Wu, Writing and Teaching Behind Barbed Wire: An Exiled Composition Class in a Japanese-American Internment Camp, 59 College Composition and Communication (2007).
Toshio Yatsushiro, Iwao Ishino, and Yoshiharu Matsumoto, The Japanese American Looks at Resettlement, 8 The Public Opinion Quarterly (1944).
David Yoo, Captivating Memories: Museology, Concentration Camps, and Japanese American History, 48 American Quarterly (1996).