American Culture Advising
Students can set up advising appointments for any of the program's major or minor plans by visiting www.lsa.umich.edu/ac/undergraduate/advising.
American Culture Langagues Taught
The U-M Program in American Culture is among the most dynamic units on the campus. Its intellectual development focuses on a rethinking of interdisciplinarity. In the spirit of the most creative and responsible scholarship of the new millennium, the Program is moving its intellectual center beyond a coalition of disciplinary specialists laboring in a collaborative relationship and toward the production of scholars whose accomplishments express a genuine synthesis of methods. Moreover, a critical constituent of this process is the reformulation of a vision of American cultures without borders, in an international framework, and with the study of Asian Americans, Latina/os, Native Americans, Arab Americans, and African Americans pivotal to teaching and research. Our goal is to enrich the investigation of American culture by engaging in a refashioning of the more traditional areas of the field of American Studies, together with attentiveness to budding subjects of new study within disciplines across the social sciences and humanities.
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