Conjuring up Traces of Historical Violence: Grandpa,Who is Not in the Photo

  • Naono Akiko

Abstract

On the day of my omiya mairi [a shrine visit of a newborn baby], Grandma and her sister visited us from Hiroshima. Grandpa could not make it, so he is not in the photo (see figure 6.1).

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Migration Leukemia Syria Diarrhea Assimilation 

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© Neferti X. M. Tadiar and Angela Y. Davis 2005

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