ISSEI


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ISSEIInternational Society for the Study of European Ideas (University of Helsinki, Finland)
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In Canada, the majority of Issei women were in their child-bearing years and arrived in the country in the two decades between 1908 and 1928, as a result of which families were formed within a relatively short period, and generations clearly differentiated.
Ayukawa's nicely written study adds to a growing trend in scholarship on Japanese immigrant history in North America in its conceptualization of the Issei as a heterogeneous immigrant group, rather than a monolithic one.
Weird Tatsuya Ichihachi, 28, craved the notoriety of Issei Sagawa who murdered and ate a student in Paris in 1981.
Chang and Eiichiro Azuma, this posthumous work examines the cultural divide between and the intergenerational experiences of the native-born issei [TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII] (lit.
Linda Turner, a Co-Chair of the Second International Workshop "Developing Creativity and Broad Mental Outlook in the Computer Age--CBMO-2002" in conjunction with the International Conference ISSEI 2002 (The University of Wales, Aberystwyth, UK, July 22-27, 2002).
Some claim to have seen the group rocking out to East Bay hardcore bands Look Back and Laugh, Mind Eraser, Outraged, and Issei Sagawa at the all-ages Balazo Gallery before the movie had let out.
Tokyo, Japan, Apr 19, 2006 - (JCN) - The Q'SAI Analysis & Research Center announced on April 17 that it will begin accepting orders for Imported Foods - Issei Bunseki 359 Pesticide, a multi-pesticide residue analysis service for imported foods, on April 20.
Issei Ogata's scarily endearing rendition of the emperor, his lips restively testing the air with carplike twitches, is beyond uncanny.
Executive Order 9066 followed, along with the orders from Stimson to DeWitt to remove Issei and Nisei alike.
The technique is effective in lessening the symptoms of excessive hardening of the arteries, known as arteriosclerosis obliterans, under which blood currents in patients' arteries are obstructed or even blocked, professor Issei Komuro said.
McCloy had access--revealed what Malkin describes as a "meticulously orchestrated espionage effort to undermine our natlonal security [that] utilized both Issei and Nisei, in Hawaii and on the West Coast, before and after the Pearl Harbor attack.
Pictures (clockwise): GERO BRELOER, EPA/ DAVID CRAM, REUTERS/ KIM LUDBROOK, EPA/ KEVORK DJANSEZIAN, AP/ DESMOND BOYLAN, REUTERS/ ISSEI KATO, REUTERS/ DONALD MIRALLE, GETTY/ ADRIAN DENNIS, AFP/ GERO BRELOER, EPA/ MAX ROSSI, REUTERS