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Nancy Brown Diggs
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Renaissance Pubns (September 1, 1991)
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Nancy Brown Diggs designed and teaches a course for adults called “Why Aren’t the Japanese More Like Us?” at the Institute for Learning in Retirement at the University of Dayton and other centers, and frequently lectures to civic organizations about Japan. She is the author of Meet the Japanese and is coauthor (with Evangeline Lindsley) of My Century: An Outspoken Memoir.

Nancy Brown Diggs is a writer and lecturer whose interest in other cultures has taken her around the globe. One fee. Stacks of books. Read whenever, wherever. Your phone is always with you, so your books are too – even when you’re offline.

Nancy Brown Diggs bases her multi-faceted narrative on her .

Nancy Brown Diggs bases her multi-faceted narrative on her questionnaire-based conversations with Japanese women. The women's stories are woven together with supporting information from various sources. Diggs writes: "What I learned from Japanese women living in American validates this strength of the Japanese woman, which more than matches that of her American counterpart (p. ii. The book is organized into four parts: One, Strangers in a Strange Land; Two, Women in Japan: The Private Sphere; Three, Women in Japan: The Public Sphere; and Four, The American Experience.

Nancy Brown Diggs designed and teaches a course for adults called Why Aren t the Japanese More Like Us? at the Institute for Learning in Retirement at the University of Dayton and other centers, and frequently lectures to civic organizations about Japan

Nancy Brown Diggs designed and teaches a course for adults called Why Aren t the Japanese More Like Us? at the Institute for Learning in Retirement at the University of Dayton and other centers, and frequently lectures to civic organizations about Japan.

Nancy Brown Diggs is a writer and lecturer with a lifelong interest in other cultures, which led to an early work exchange experience in Switzerland through the University of Louisville, where she received an Associate in Arts degree, and a . degree in French at Case Western Reserve University. After translating French, Spanish and German for many years, she returned to college to obtain a Master of Humanities degree at Wright State University and a P. in East Asian Studies at the Union Institute. She subsequently designed and taught a course for adults on Japanese culture.

More by Nancy Brown Diggs. Steel Butterflies: Japanese Women and the American Experience. Hidden in the Heartland: The New Wave of Immigrants and the Challenge to America. Looking Beyond the Mask: When American Women Marry Japanese Men. Breaking the Cycle: How Schools Can Overcome Urban Challenges.

Home Browse Books Book details, Steel Butterflies: Japanese Women and the. Explores how Japanese women living in the United States see themselves and how they see American women. By Nancy Brown Diggs. Over 14 million journal, magazine, and newspaper articles.

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