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Explores historical and contemporary issues from American culture(s). Topics may include nationhood, identity, and cultural production. Annually.
An introduction to the cultural complexities of the American experience with an emphasis on formulating interdisciplinary questions. Usually focuses on a particular decade, region, or theme. Prerequisite: ITW 101 or its equivalent. Fall, Spring.
An introduction to American Indian studies through the perspectives of Northern Plains Indians, focusing on Plains Indians' literature, music, art, Indian law, history, and philosophy. Prerequisite: ITW 101. Annually.
An examination of a particular aspect of American cultures with an emphasis on developing a critical method appropriate to the interdisciplinary use of texts and other cultural artifacts. Prerequisite: ITW 101 or its equivalent. Annually.
Exploration of topics in American Studies. May be repeated as topics change. Spring.
Course examines topics through perspectives and approaches drawn from the field of American Studies. May be repeated as topics change. Fall, Spring.
An opportunity for a qualified student to explore work in an area of individual interest, selected and pursued in consultation with a faculty member. Repeatable to a total of 8 credits. Prerequisite: Consent of the instructor who will supervise the independent study.
Interdisciplinary writing and research methods workshop, emphasizing revision and multiple drafts of student projects. Research explores American Studies theory and history, emphasizes role of ideology in forming national identity. Prepares students for the program's 400 level seminar. Prerequisites: IIAMST 210 and IIAMST 250. Spring
This course traces environmentalism as a social movement in relation to the development of environmental writing. Students will consider the relationship between literature and social change, the development of literary strategies in environmental writing, and commentaries on the environmental movement by cultural critics and environmental historians in developing countries. Prerequisites: ENST 250 or permission of instructor. Cross-listed with ENST 363. Fall, alternate years.
Interdisciplinary course examines selected biographies of Americans and American-identified figures from historical and literary perspectives. Readings contextualize developments in American culture and society (writ large) from 1492 to the present. Intended for nonmajors. Includes autobiographies. Prerequisite: 24 ISP credits, including ITW 101 and IQL 101. Annually.
Examines primary, theoretical, and critical materials related to American Studies. May engage historical, philosophical, artistic, and literary issues in American culture(s). Prerequisites: 24 credits in ISP, including ITW 101 and IQL 101. Annually.
Interdisciplinary exploration of a specific aspect or area of American culture employing methods drawn from the field of American Studies. Course moves toward the question: "What is American?" Readings consider phenomena defining American culture(s) and social structure(s), engaging theoretical, historical, and aesthetic materials. Intended for nonmajors. Prerequisite: 24 ISP credits, including ITW and IQL. Annually.
Interdisciplinary course examines selected readings and discussions of New England culture and society from 17th century to the present. Examination draws upon literary, historical, and theoretical materials. Questions of region, image, imagination, and identity are addressed. Prerequisite: 24 ISP credits, including ITW and IQL. Annually.
Exploration of selected aspects of the American experience viewed from one or more critical perspectives. When appropriate, also listed as ENG 390 or a 400-level English course. May be repeated as topics change. Every two years.
Course employs perspectives from the interdisciplinary field of American Studies to examine particular social, cultural, political, phenomena related to United States and/or American identity. Topical inquiries made using methods/approaches from academic disciplines such as history, ethnic studies, geography, musicology or literary studies. Prerequisite: 24 credits in ISP including ITW-101 and IQL-101. Spring.
Exploration of advanced topics in American Studies. May be repeated as topics change. Occasionally.
An interdisciplinary examination of a selected period, theme, or issue related to the American experience. AMST students will propose seminar paper topics that integrate learning from previous courses in American Studies and related disciplines. May be repeated for credit as topics change. Prerequisites: ITW 101, IIAMST 210, AMST 350, junior standing. Spring.
Experience in the field providing an opportunity to explore and reflect on work/professional options related to American Studies. Settings may be museums, historical/preservation/restoration organizations, libraries/archives, media, schools, environmental groups, social services, or other related fields. May be repeated to a total of 8 credits. Prerequisites: Permission of American Studies coordinator, and approval and appropriate supervision by core faculty.
Intensive study of an issue, problem, or topic related to American Studies. Consent required of the instructor who will supervise the independent study. May be repeated to a total of 8 credits.