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Courses

As a student in our program, you will have a wealth of course options available to you, from studies in religion, sexuality, and immigration to classes that focus on individual reading and directed study with faculty. Whether you appreciate the anonymity of a large lecture hall or the intimacy of a smaller, discussion-based seminar, we offer classes in multiple formats to meet your learning style.

Below is a current list of courses. Descriptions in our ClassInfo database provide in-depth information about course objectives, expectations, and workload to give you a realistic understanding about what you will experience in each class.

Fall 2018

Course NumberCourse TitleSections
AMST 1012Migrants, Refugees, Citizens, and Exiles: The U.S. on an Immigrant Pla...Sections [1]
AMST 1401Comparative Genders and SexualitiesSections [1]
AMST 1911Asian Americans and FoodSections [1]
AMST 2011The United States since September 11Sections [1]
AMST 2031Chasing the American Dream: Economic Opportunity & Inequality in the U...Sections [1]
AMST 3001Contemporary Perspectives on Asian AmericaSections [1]
AMST 3252WAmerican Popular Culture and Politics: 1900 to 1940Sections [1]
AMST 3253WAmerican Popular Culture and Politics: 1940 to the PresentSections [5]
AMST 3920Topics in American StudiesSections [1]
AMST 3993Directed StudiesSections [1]
AMST 4101Gender, Sexuality, and Politics in AmericaSections [1]
AMST 4961Proseminar ISections [1]

Spring 2019

Course NumberCourse TitleSections
AMST 1012Migrants, Refugees, Citizens, and Exiles: The U.S. on an Immigrant Pla...Sections [1]
AMST 1401Comparative Genders and SexualitiesSections [1]
AMST 1511Americans Abroad: Rethinking Travel, Culture, & EmpireSections [1]
AMST 2011The United States since September 11Sections [1]
AMST 2031Chasing the American Dream: Economic Opportunity & Inequality in the U...Sections [1]
AMST 3003Public HistorySections [1]
AMST 3112Prince, Porn, and Public Space: The Cultural Politics of the Twin Citi...Sections [1]
AMST 3114America in International PerspectiveSections [1]
AMST 3212Dissident Sexualities in U.S. HistorySections [1]
AMST 3253WAmerican Popular Culture and Politics: 1940 to the PresentSections [5]
AMST 3361Asian Americans and FoodSections [1]
AMST 3993Directed StudiesSections [1]
AMST 4301Workers and Consumers in the Global EconomySections [1]
AMST 4962WSecond Proseminar in American StudiesSections [1]