AC Graduate Students, Faculty, and Staff stand with Marlene Moore, recipient of 2012 Kay Beattie Distinguished Service Award
U-M Native American Studies faculty are joined by MSU faculty via skype
Welcome to American Culture, CELEBRATING 79 YEARS AS WOLVERINES
As the oldest program in American studies in the country, we have educated generations of Wolverines about the changing meanings of U.S. citizenship and national belonging...
American Culture started with a small, but dedicated, coalition of faculty and students who volunteered their time and intellectual talents. They eschewed traditional academic disciplinary boundaries for new scholarly conversations about what it has meant to be "American." Over the years, we have grown and matured into an unmatched center for understanding the nation’s ever increasing diversity and global connections. Today, we are the top American studies department in the world. Our students and faculty are uniquely committed to social justice and the highest standards of scholarship. We are proud, too, to be home to ethnic studies programs at Michigan: Asian/Pacific Islander American Studies, Arab and Muslim American Studies, Latina/o Studies, and Native American Studies.
- Fall 2014 U-M LSA Magazine Released November 19, 2014
- American Culture Fall 2014 Newsletter Released November 13, 2014
- Professor Alexandra Stern's Research Inspires Oregon Art Installation October 27, 2014
- "'Folk-lorist of the Brush and Palette': Winold Reiss's Illustrations for The New Negro, Paul Kellogg, Alain Locke, and Transcultural Modernity"
Speaker: Patricia Hills, professor of art history emerita, Boston University
- Student Hula Performance
- Nam Center for Korean Studies Colloquium Series: Diasporic Koreans and the Military, 1930-1960
Speaker: Ji-Yeon Yuh, Associate Professor, Department of History, Northwestern University