About: Wearing snapback caps and Air Jordans, the Reality Poets aren’t typical nursing home residents. In Fire Through Dry Grass, these young, Black and brown disabled artists document their lives on lockdown during Covid, their rhymes underscoring the danger and imprisonment they feel.
AN INTRODUCTION TO THE LATINO/A POPULATION (MEXICAN-AMERICANS, PUERTO RICANS, CUBAN-AMERICANS, DOMINICAN-AMERICANS, AND CENTRAL AND SOUTH AMERICANS) IN THE US. STUDENTS DISCUSS HOW US AND LATIN AMERICAN SOCIETIES HAVE SHAPED LATINO INCORPORATION INTO THE UNITED STATES.
Car Art: How Lowriders teach us about Chicanx and Mexican-American History. Open to Artists, Students, Teachers and Community Member Thursday September 28,2023 Spencer Museum of Art
What is AUMI? The Adaptive Use Musical Instruments app enables you to play sounds and musical phrases through movement and gestures. We focus on improv techniques using the synth-like technology, rather than traditional musical phrasing and notes.
Congratulations to our AMS scholarship award winners! GIANG NGUYEN DIEN Nadine Requardt Memorial Award for International Students LENA MOSE Yoshino Harmon Multicultural Scholars Award in American Studies XIMENA IBARRA
We are proud of graduates and all of the hard work they have done. We are graduating the following people with an American Studies major. Some have a double major! Danielle Wolff, American Studies BA Kelly Henning, American Studies BA/Political Science BA
American Studies has had the opportunity to host the following American Studies minors in their academic careers: Andrew Lind, American Studies Minor Amanda Weinberg, American Studies Minor Mary Koskovich, American Studies Minor
Congratulations to: Jose Cadena, PhD William Garcia-Medina, PhD Mica Mendez, MA Marilyn Ortega, PhD Ben Schmack, PhD Shannon Spears, PhD Ariane Tulloch, PhD
Allison Roseberg, Social Justice Minor Elise Gard, Social Justice Minor Ariel Wyatt, Social Justice Minor Gloria Gant, Social Justice Minor Kaylah Eddy, Social Justice Minor Leah Stein, Social Justice Minor Jaylen Fudge, Social Justice Minor