Louisville, Colorado : University Press of Colorado, 
Book — xi, 278 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm.
Foreword / by Jeffrey Lesser
Introduction : diasporas, unstable identities, and Nikkei discourse
Historical memory and claiming place
Between assimilationism and cultural celebration
Female agency, nostalgia, and generational gaps
The impact of World War II on the Nikkeijin
Contested modernities : Dekasegi (self-)representations and the Nipponization of Brazil
Brazilian Dekasegi children in Japanese film.
"Explores the self-definition of Nikkei discourse in Portuguese-language cultural [i.e.culture] by Brazilian authors of Japanese ancestry. Using books and films by twentieth-century Nikkei authors as case studies to redefine the ideas of Brazilianness and Japaneseness from both a national and a transnational perspective"--Provided by publisher.