Greg Robinson is professor of history at Université du Québec à Montréal. He is the author or editor of several notable books on Japanese Americans, including A Tragedy of Democracy, which was awarded the history book prize of the Association for Asian American Studies; After Camp, winner of the Caroline Bancroft History Prize in Western US History, and By Order of the President. He writes a regular column, “The Great Unknown and the Unknown Great,” for the Nichi Bei Weekly in San Francisco and is an active speaker and writer in the public arena and the blogsphere.
One of the most gratifying aspects of working on Japanese American history, and especially of focusing on individual biographies, is getting to know various people with whom my work brings me in contact, and taking advantage of our connection to deepen my research.
Japanese American Sketches