Summer and Fall 2018 Course Offerings

Perspectives on Social Justice
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American Studies students in Tulsa and Stillwater have a variety of course options available for Summer and Fall 2018. Visit the Course Offerings page, or click to get the complete list of what’s available for Summer and Fall. Informational flyers for individual courses are available from the Course Offerings Page.

For Stillwater-based students I would recommend our AMST3950 Topics Course: Perspectives on Social Justice, AMST3950 Topics Course: Black Thought in the Age of Mass Incarceration, or AMST3803 War in American Culture. The latter course is a perennial favorites featuring resident expert John Kinder, author of Paying with Their Bodies: American War and the Problem of the Disabled Vet.

In Tulsa, I recommend my own AMST3503 TV and American Society, which discusses changes in the television industry and how TV has shaped our sense of identity and community in America. Dr. David Gray’s AMST3550 Tulsa Public Cultures courses is also a favorite, which teaches the history of Tulsa and takes students into the community to meet cultural producers, curators, and movers and shakers.

NEED ADVICE? Email Dr Takacs with questions (stacy.takacs@okstate.edu)

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