Landscapes of Injustice is the recipient of a major federal grant! On Wednesday, August 27, 2014 Ed Holder, Minister of State for Science and Technology announced the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council’s $2.5 million grant over seven years for the Landscapes of Injustice research project, along with 13 other interdisciplinary projects. The grant, together with partner contributions, makes this one of the largest projects in the humanities in Canada.

Masako Fukawa, a co-applicant on the grant who lived through the internment with her family in the 1940s, commented that the size and length of this SSHRC grant demonstrates the commitment that this federal agency has put on the continued study of Japanese Canadian experience. More details and backgrounder can be found on SSHRC press release