An interdisciplinary major for independent thinkers
American Studies provides students with a multifaceted understanding of the United States in all its complexity and diversity. Rooted in courses in history and social sciences, literature and the arts, and race and ethnicity, it invites students to develop fresh, insightful interpretations of America’s past and present, while also preparing them for the future as deft critical thinkers and creative problem-solvers.
Clay Jenkinson will talk about his lifelong interest in the buffalo, which was sparked by a visit to Theodore Roosevelt National Park in western…
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Please join Stanford's Martin Luther King, Jr. Research and Education Institute for an interdisciplinary symposium on October 12-13. While August…
Speaker: Linda Connor in conversation with Lukas FelzmannDate
The Bill Lane Center for the…