Arthur Koestler, “Act of Creation“, 1964 book was the subject of an earlier blog post. The “Creativity Curve” (shown in the diagram below) was presented by Arthur Koestler. At the center of the line is “anthropology”. There are five subjects on either side of “anthropology”. “Anthropology”, ‘history”, and “biography” are linear topics of the Koestler curve.
Diana Meyers-Bahr, “The Unquiet Nisei: An Oral History of the Life of Sue Kunitomi-Embrey”, 2007 was an oral-history, biography of Sue 国富 Kunitomi くにとみ. Diana Meyers-Bahr has written several oral-histories of American Indians as studies in anthropology. Sue 国富 Kunitomi (born 1923, died 2006) was relocated as a Japanese-American (as a result of the 7 December 1941 Pearl Harbor attack) to the “Mazanar Internment” camp. Sue 国富Kunitomi is the 二世 Nisei にせい that was “unquiet” about Japanese-American being relocated to locations previously reserved only for American Indian tribes.
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