This is going to be an exciting year for American Studies. We’re launching a new minor in Truth and Reconciliation in the Americas. Plus, we have a lot of events lined up for both Fall and Spring — so stay tuned.
Most important of all, we’re offering a number of fantastic courses in Fall 2020.
In Tulsa, Dr. David Gray will be teaching a hybrid version of the American Studies Theory and Methods class. He’s also teaching a brand new class on the Tulsa Race Massacre, just in time for a year of events designed to mark its 100-year anniversary. Dr. Tom Jorsch is bringing his popular course on the Cultural History of American Sports to Tulsa (you’ll want to sign up quick for that one).
As for Stillwater, we’re offering a slate of interdisciplinary courses, from Dr. Reanae McNeal’s important new class on Racialized Trauma and Restorative Justice to Dr. Louise Siddons’ class on American Art to John Kinder’s American Period Seminar on the 1980s (we’re talking Ronald Reagan, old school hip hop, and a whole lot more).
For more info about all of American Studies’ Fall 2020 courses — in Stillwater, in Tulsa, and online — check out the following link: http://amst.okstate.edu/courses-fall-2020/.
And if you haven’t already, be sure to sign up for Dr. McNeal’s SUMMER online class on US women of Colors.