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AMST123Sophomore Seminar: Early American Encounters: Colonists in the New World
AMST130Ten Photographs That Shook the World: Visual Technologies of Historical Memory
AMST132Writing Historical Biography
AMST142Poverty in the United States
AMST151Colonial America
AMST156American Literature, 1865-1945
AMST195Readings in American Drama
AMST197Intimate Histories: Sexed Bodies, Embodied Selves
AMST202Junior Colloquium: The All-American Family
AMST203Junior Colloquium: Culture and Violence in the Progressive Era
AMST204Junior Colloquium: Cultural Power and American Studies
AMST206The First Gilded Age: Art and Culture in the U.S. 1865-1913
AMST207Methodologies in Critical Race Studies
AMST208Early American Material Culture: Art, Buildings, and Things in a Colonial Place
AMST210Literary Studies as American Studies
AMST211Intimacy and Asian Migrations
AMST212Korean American Literature and Diaspora
AMST213Politics and Sex After 1968: Queering the American State
AMST215The Rise of the British Empire
AMST216Chosen Peoples, Chosen Nation
AMST219American Pastoral
AMST220Religion in the United States
AMST222Directorial Style: Classic American Film Comedy
AMST224The Great American Novel
AMST225Objects and Others: Museums and the Politics of Representation
AMST22620th-Century Franco-Caribbean Literature and the Search for Identity
AMST229Hymnody in the United States Before the Civil War
AMST230The United States During the 20th Century
AMST231Sophomore Seminar: American Utopias in the 19th Century
AMST232American Architecture and Urbanism, 1770-1914
AMST235Western Movies: Myth, Ideology, and Genre
AMST236Topics in United States Intellectual History
AMST239Power, Culture, Continuity, and Change in Native America: A Historical Survey
AMST241Qualitative Research Methods in Psychology
AMST242Mixed-Heritage Asian Americans
AMST251The Sixties
AMST252Culture of Gay Liberation
AMST253Television: The Domestic Medium
AMST254Race State: Race, Public Policy, and the Making of the New Deal State Since 1930
AMST257Queer Literature and Studies
AMST258Migration and Cultural Politics: Immigrant Experiences in the United States
AMST260Native Sovereignty Politics
AMST261Protestantism: From the Reformation to the Religious Right
AMST262Middletown Materials: Theory and Practice
AMST263Globalization, Democracy, and Social Change in the Americas
AMST266Making Places: Art and the Landscape
AMST268Anglo-American Masculinities Through the Great War
AMST270Art in North America to 1867
AMST271Work and Leisure: The Sociology of Everyday Life
AMST272Sculpture in the United States,1776-1976
AMST273Domesticity and Gender in 19th-Century American Literature and Culture
AMST274Economics of Wealth and Poverty
AMST275Introduction to African American Literature
AMST276Vodou in Haiti--Vodou in Hollywood
AMST281Ethics of Embodiment (FGSS Gateway)
AMST282Postcolonial Theory
AMST283Housing and Public Policy
AMST284Engendering the African Diaspora (FGSS Gateway)
AMST289Postcolonialism and Globalization
AMST290The American Revolution
AMST292Women in U.S. History
AMST293Poetry and Politics in New York City, 1930-1975
AMST294Diasporas, Transnationalism, and Globalization
AMST297Religion and the Social Construction of Race
AMST298American Novel Before the Civil War
AMST301Contesting the Past: Historical Memory and the Struggle over Truth and Representation
AMST303Exile Modernism: German Kultur, American Culture
AMST305Writing Historical Biography/Biographical Fiction
AMST306Understanding Television: Industrial System, Cultural Form, and Everyday Life
AMST307Race Discourse in the Americas
AMST310Queer Theory
AMST312Americans Abroad: The Literature and Politics of Travel, 1675-1975
AMST313Stein and Woolf
AMST314The United States in the Pacific Islands
AMST317Zombies as Other from Haiti to Hollywood
AMST326Intimacy Matters: The Reform Aesthetic in Victorian America
AMST327American Modernism
AMST329American Pragmatist Philosophy: Purposes, Meanings, and Truths
AMST333The American Inner-Self Industry
AMST334Contemporary African American Narratives of Slavery
AMST336Alfred Hitchcock
AMST338Anthropos and the Archive
AMST339The Rise of the Conservative Movement in the United States Since 1950
AMST340Crime and Violence in the 20th-Century United States
AMST343Making History in the Contemporary American Novel
AMST348Frank Lloyd Wright: Myth and Fact
AMST349Toward an Archaeology of the U. S. Prison System
AMST354Chicago Architecture and Urbanism,1880-2000
AMST360Museum Studies
AMST361The Black '60s: Civil Rights to Black Power
AMST362Nationality and Power at the Movies: The Combat Film
AMST364Photography and Representation
AMST369Reading About War
AMST376Topics in 19th-Century Painting: Thomas Moran, Thomas Eakins, and Mary Cassatt
AMST379Christianity and Sexuality
AMST386Mapping Metropolis: The Urban Novel as Artifact

Spring 2010 Courses Not Offered       Home       Archive       Search       AMST
AMST113Henry David Thoreau: His Art and Thought in Relation to His Times
AMST117Education in Society: Universities as Agents of Change, Ivory Towers, or Knowledge Factories
AMST118Social Norms and Social Power
AMST123Sophomore Seminar: Early American Encounters: Colonists in the New World
AMST124The Environmental Imagination: Green Writing and Ecocriticism
AMST130Ten Photographs That Shook the World: Visual Technologies of Historical Memory
AMST132Writing Historical Biography
AMST142Poverty in the United States
AMST152The Long 19th Century in the United States
AMST195Readings in American Drama
AMST197Intimate Histories: Sexed Bodies, Embodied Selves
AMST200Colonialism and Its Consequences in the Americas
AMST202Junior Colloquium: The All-American Family
AMST203Junior Colloquium: Culture and Violence in the Progressive Era
AMST204Junior Colloquium: Cultural Power and American Studies
AMST205Junior Colloquium: The Study of Material Culture: Marking the Past in Middletown
AMST206The First Gilded Age: Art and Culture in the U.S. 1865-1913
AMST209Paternalism and Social Power
AMST210Literary Studies as American Studies
AMST211Intimacy and Asian Migrations
AMST212Korean American Literature and Diaspora
AMST213Politics and Sex After 1968: Queering the American State
AMST214African Presences II: Music in the Americas
AMST217Introduction to U.S. Racial Formations
AMST220Religion in the United States
AMST222Directorial Style: Classic American Film Comedy
AMST223American Jewish History: 1492 - 2001
AMST224The Great American Novel
AMST22620th-Century Franco-Caribbean Literature and the Search for Identity
AMST229Hymnody in the United States Before the Civil War
AMST230The United States During the 20th Century
AMST232American Architecture and Urbanism, 1770-1914
AMST233Making Art in the United States, 1860-1960
AMST235Western Movies: Myth, Ideology, and Genre
AMST237African American History, 1444-1877
AMST239Power, Culture, Continuity, and Change in Native America: A Historical Survey
AMST242Mixed-Heritage Asian Americans
AMST246Social Movements
AMST254Race State: Race, Public Policy, and the Making of the New Deal State Since 1930
AMST256Perspectives on Motherhood
AMST258Migration and Cultural Politics: Immigrant Experiences in the United States
AMST259Discovering the Person
AMST260Native Sovereignty Politics
AMST261Protestantism: From the Reformation to the Religious Right
AMST263Globalization, Democracy, and Social Change in the Americas
AMST266Making Places: Art and the Landscape
AMST268Anglo-American Masculinities Through the Great War
AMST270Art in North America to 1867
AMST271Work and Leisure: The Sociology of Everyday Life
AMST272Sculpture in the United States,1776-1976
AMST273Domesticity and Gender in 19th-Century American Literature and Culture
AMST277Native Americans, Archaeology, and Repatriation
AMST282Postcolonial Theory
AMST284Engendering the African Diaspora (FGSS Gateway)
AMST288The End of the World: The Millennium and the End Times in American Thought
AMST290The American Revolution
AMST292Women in U.S. History
AMST293Poetry and Politics in New York City, 1930-1975
AMST297Religious Worlds of New York
AMST301Contesting the Past: Historical Memory and the Struggle over Truth and Representation
AMST303Exile Modernism: German Kultur, American Culture
AMST304American Religions Through Children's Media
AMST307Race Discourse in the Americas
AMST310Queer Theory
AMST312Americans Abroad: The Literature and Politics of Travel, 1675-1975
AMST316Television Storytelling: The Conditions of Narrative Complexity
AMST317Zombies as Other from Haiti to Hollywood
AMST321Youth Culture
AMST325Faulkner and the Thirties
AMST326Intimacy Matters: The Reform Aesthetic in Victorian America
AMST328The Immigrant City in the United States, 1880-1924
AMST332Topics in African American Literature: Charles Chesnutt and Pauline Hopkins
AMST333The American Inner-Self Industry
AMST336Alfred Hitchcock
AMST338Anthropos and the Archive
AMST339The Rise of the Conservative Movement in the United States Since 1950
AMST340Crime and Violence in the 20th-Century United States
AMST343Making History in the Contemporary American Novel
AMST348Frank Lloyd Wright: Myth and Fact
AMST349Toward an Archaeology of the U. S. Prison System
AMST360Museum Studies
AMST362Nationality and Power at the Movies: The Combat Film
AMST369Reading About War
AMST379Christianity and Sexuality
AMST386Mapping Metropolis: The Urban Novel as Artifact

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