|Undergraduate Course Details|
|Title||Topics in American Studies|
|Fall 2016 Classes|
|01||2537||9/7/16 - 12/23/16||TBA||TBA||Online||Elizabeth A Duclos-Orsello|
This course is a close examination of a topic significant in the creation of American culture(s) and identity(ies). It is designed to deepen knowledge of a particular area of American Studies while strengthening general American Studies methodological skills. Students will examine primary and secondary sources from a range of disciplines and conduct interdisciplinary research. Potential topics may be (but are not limited to) immigration, popular culture, religion, globalization, community, or consumerism. Required of students in the American Studies Concentration. May be repeated once for an additional 3 credits with permission of the Department Chairperson. Three lecture hours per week.