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Scholarships

Introducing the Office of Scholar Development

Oklahoma State University students interested in applying for scholarships or research opportunities need to know about the Office of Scholar Development. Housed in Stillwater, it provides assistance and advice to all OSU students–Tulsa-based and transfer-students included. They have recently begun to reach out to Tulsa campus, so I thought it might be useful to say […]

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September Events

American Studies is sponsoring several exciting events this month. First, Larry O’Dell from the Oklahoma Historical Society will be visiting Dr. Gray’s AMST3550 Tulsa Public Cultures course to talk about “The Tulsa Race Riot, A.J. Smitherman, and the Report of Tulsa Race Riot Commission.” The event is free and open to the public and will […]

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Summer Reading List

Welcome back

It’s time! The new semester is here, and the American Studies Program would like to welcome you all back to OSU for fall semester 2017. If you are still in search of interesting classes, please check our list of offerings, including courses in Stillwater on The Standing Rock protests (AMST3950 – 68943; cross-listed with ENGL […]

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Summer Reading List

Summer Reading Recommendations, Part II

Following up on last week’s reading recommendations, here’s advisor Kevin Seymore’s summer reading list, Part II: 6.) Dear Committee Members by Julie Schumacher. This is an academic novel written in the form of letters of recommendation and is quite hilarious. As students you might have asked for letters of recommendation. If you become professors or […]

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2017-2018 Degree Sheets now available!

The new degree sheets are here! The new degree sheets are here! That includes the new Pre-Law Option. As always American Studies has reviewed and amended the elective course list to provide students with maximum flexibility and depth in the field. We’ve combed the catalogues so you don’t have to! Know what counts for the major or […]

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What’s Doing with the Faculty (2)

Several of American Studies’ outstanding faculty were invited to present at a one day symposium on Postwar (as in WWII) Culture at University of North Texas.  Dr. Jeff Menne (Screen Studies, English) presented his work on Hollywood and the Postwar Corporation; Dr. Holly Karibo (HIST) presented new work on Federal Drug Treatment Policies in Postwar […]

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Course Offerings

Courses for Summer 2017 (Download) 2103 Intro to American Studies — June 12-Aug 4 — WEB (Childers) 2103 Intro to American Studies — July 10-Aug 4 — WEB (Twombly) 3423 American Popular Culture — June 12-July 7 — WEB (Davis) Courses for Fall 2017 (Download) In addition to the courses offered regularly for the general education requirements (ENGL 1113-1213 HIST […]

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