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A combined Asian-American and Native American studies reading of Kayamori's suicide, alongside the internment of mixed Native-Japanese and Aleut peoples, elucidates a disavowed militarization and surveillance that reinforces the argument that, in Alaska, colonialism and modernity are always intertwined processes.
The same productivity that has supported the Aleut people for centuries is also the focus of large scale commercial fishing, and that kind of resource exploitation is not always compatible with sensitive habitat or sustainable oceans.
The Aleut people, poets and artists who lived in peaceful celebration of their land and sea, unfairly became targets of suspicion and were placed in internment camps by the U.
purchased Alaska from Russia in 1867, the Russian legacy remains imprinted on the Aleut people.