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Remembering Roland A. Delattre

The late professor was not your typical American studies academic

By David D. Hall

Transforming Teaching in a Digital Age

Alumna Sharon Leon uses technology to engage young history students

Sharon M. Leon, Ph.D. ’04

Travel Writing and American Ideas of Mexico

Grad student Jason Ruiz examines early travel discourse

By Jason Ruiz, Ph.D. ’08

David Noble on His Career

"I think of teaching as a kind of jazz performance..."

Q&A with Kate Tyler

News of our American Studies community

by Roderick Ferguson, Associate Professor

From The Chair

Professor Carol Miller to Retire

"She routinely draws students into the palm of her hand..."

by Riv Ellen Prell

The Lingering Effects of War

By John Kinder

How do wounded soldiers shape Americans’ views of their nation and themselves?

Reclaiming History

A model of the engaged scholar, Brenda Child works to expand the meaning of historic preservation in Minnesota.

Picturing America

By Kate Tyler

Studying a century of American moviemaking, Lary May probes the links between pop culture and national politics.

Historical Narrative

By Tiya Miles

How does an American studies scholar come to write an historical novel about an Afro-Cherokee family?



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