The Life of Paper

The Life of Paper

The Life of Paper offers a wholly original and inspiring analysis of how letter correspondence, a central experience of incarceration, has facilitated a form of communal life for groups targeted for racialized confinement across the development of the U.S. West. Providing an ambitiously comparative and connected history of the detention of Southern Chinese migrants (1880s–1920s), the internment of Japanese Americans (1930s–1940s), and the mass incarceration of… (more)

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Publisher: University of California Press (November 10, 2017)

Collection: American Crossroads

Page count: 328 pages

Language: English


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