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The following resources, not sponsored by the Department, may prove useful to students and faculty seeking to learn more about the field of American Studies.



New article in @AmericanStJourn reassessing Cold War Television
American Studies Journal
In AMSJ Vol. 54, No. 1 (2015): 29–52, Andrew Paul's essay, "Reassessing Blacklist Era Television: Civil Libertarianism in You Are There, The Adventures of Robin Hood, and The Buccaneers" asks critical questions about the meaning of "resistance" in the context of twentieth-century American liberalism.

New article in @AmericanStJourn reassessing Cold War Television http://t.co/tZvpE0GAXp

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