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Meet Prof. Maria Kennedy.  Prof. Maria Kennedy specializes in the theory and practice of public folklore and humanities, their genres of representation, and their institutions, with a focus on performance theory, festival genres, and anthropology
Meet Prof. Jameson Sweet. Prof. Jimmy Sweet specializes in Native American and Indigenous studies. His work in the 19th century analyzes the legal and racial complexities of American Indians of mixed Indian and European ancestry with a focus on kins
"Being Muslim: A Cultural History of Women of Color in American Islam" By Prof. Sylvia Chan-Malik. From the stories that she gathers, Prof. Chan-Malik demonstrates the diversity and similarities of Black, Arab, South Asian, Latina, and m
Faculty Excellence: Nicole Fleetwood.  "Showcasing the Humanity of the Incarcerated. " Nicole Fleetwood, an associate professor of American Studies at Rutgers-New Brunswick and scholar on incarceration, has collaborated with Aperture magazin
Prof. Andy Urban publishes: "Brokering Servitude: Migration and the Politics of Domestic Labor." In Brokering Servitude, Andrew Urban offers a history of domestic servants, focusing on how Irish immigrant women, Chinese immigrant men, a
Make America Great Again? These People Switched Careers. "As a student at Rutgers University, Mr. Hansen majored in American studies and volunteered for various community organizations. But after graduating, he was drawn to the tech scene and learn
SAS Race and Ethnic Studies Minor. The minor in Comparative and Critical Race and Ethnic Studies is designed to introduce students to the history and politics of racial formation by bringing together courses from multiple departments engaged in th
Prof. Jeff Decker publishes "The Other Rights Revolution."  Decker demonstrates how legal and constitutional battles over property rights, preservation, and the environment helped to shape the political ideas and policy agendas of modern conservati
DISCOVER ASIAN AMERICA.  Asian American Studies Learning Community.  Throughout the semester, students will think about, discuss, and debate representations of Asian Americans in literature, history, politics, film, scholarship, current events, and popular culture.  Apply Today.  Open to all undergraduate students.  Meets on Fridays from 1:40 to 3:00pm at the Asian American Cultural Center.  Email rick.lee to request an application.
Helene K. Grynberg Scholarship For American Studies Majors.  The American Studies Department is pleased to announce scholarships for declared American Studies Majors!  To request an application, please speak with your American Studies faculty advisor.

Course Offerings Spring 2006

Dept.
Course No.
Title
Professor
Index
Syllabus
Additional Info.
Additional Info.
050
101
Intro. to Am. Studies
Rockland
29783

050
202
Am. Regionalism
Enright
33462

050
216
Am. in the Arts
Norland
33465

050
228
The Contemp. American
Johnson
25972
050
281
Am. as a Bus. Civ. I
Stern
27549

050
282
Am. as a Bus. Civ. II
Stern
27550

050
300:01
Am. Exp. Film
Nigrin
26379


050
300:02
Utopianiasm
Duus
33469

050
300:03
Queer Jewish Cult. in Am.
Hoffman
34575

050
301:01
Native Am. Lit. & Hist.
Barnett
27548

050
301:02
Am. Memoirs
Stubaus
33467

050
303:01
Decade in Am. Culture
Hallett
29661

050
303:02
Decade in Am. Culture
Fabian
33466

050
309
19th C. Arch. in U.S.
Yanni
32869

050
315
Am. Documentary
Fleetwood
33834

050
325
Women on the Fringe
Fishbein
33301

050
487
Constructing Am. Sexuality
Fishbein
24615

050
488
Am. Film & Lit.
Rockland
30534

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