Scholarly and Creative Activities Directory

Maki, Mitchell T.

Title: Vice Provost, Academic Affairs

Department: Division of Academic Affairs

Office: WH D-440
Phone Extension: x3307
Email Username: mmaki

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Selected Presentations - Invited*

  • Maki, M.T. 2008. The Civil Liberties Act of 1988: Remembering the Japanese American Redress Movement.  Cross Cultural Lecture Series.  Central Valley Cultural Heritage Institute and  Japanese American Citizens League. Fresno, California. October 7, 2008.  
  • Maki, M.T. 2006. Against the Grain: Courage at the Bottom Produces Change at the Top. National Center for History in the Schools. Los Angeles, California. June 30, 2006.  
  • Maki, M.T. 2006.  The Japanese American Redress Movement. Asian American Studies Program’s Month of Remembrance at Ohio State University. Columbus, Ohio. February 23, 2006.  
  • Maki, M.T., Loera, G., & Vega, Eduardo. 2006. Designing a Mental Health Rehabilitation Worker Training Program – Creating a Recovery Oriented and Consumer, Family Member, and             Culturally Representative Workforce.  Mental Health Services Act Challenge: Workforce             Development and Deployment.  Huntington Beach, California. February 9, 2006.  
  • Maki, M.T. 2005. The Japanese American Incarceration and Redress. Legal Heritage Institute. Los Angeles, CA. August 16, 2005.  
  • Maki, M.T. 2004.  The Japanese American Redress Movement. Central High School. Little Rock, Arkansas. September 24, 2004.  
  • Maki, M.T. 2002.  U.S. Multiculturalism and Japanese Americans: New Challenges after September 11.  Japan Foundation and the Center for Pacific and American Studies. University of Tokyo. Tokyo, Japan. March 27, 2002.  
  • Maki, M.T. 2001. Achieving Social Justice: What form of Redress? (panel discussion).  The Struggle for Social Justice: A Symposium on Recognition, Reparations, and Redress.  University of California Los Angeles.  Los Angeles, CA.  May 12, 2001.  
  • Maki, M.T. 2001. Reparations and Racial Justice (panel discussion). Race in the 21st Century America. Michigan State University. East Lansing, Michigan. April 5, 2001.  
  • Maki, M.T., Kitano, H.L., & Berthold, S.M. 1997. The Impossible Dream: Japanese Americans and  Redress.  First International and Seventh National MELUS Conference: Multi-Ethnic             Literatures Across the Americas and the Pacific: Exchanges, Contestation, and Alliances.              University of Hawai`i, Manoa, Hawai`i. April 20, 1997.    
  • Maki, M.T. 1995. The Effects of Redress on the Japanese American Elderly. 5th Asia/Oceania Regional Congress of Gerontology. Hong Kong, November 21, 1995.
*A complete listing of publications and presentations is available upon request.

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