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Fall 2018 American Studies Courses

AMST 1101 01 FYS:Cultures of College (USP First Year Seminar 3cr)
MWF 09:00am 09:50am Cooper House, Instructor: Sainz

AMST 2010-01 Intro to American Studies (USP CHWB<>H 3 cr)
MWF 10:00am 10:50am AG 2018, Instructor: Knobloch  

AMST 2110-01 Cultural Diversity in America (USP CSD<>H 3cr, Meets A&S Core Diversity in US)
TR 09:35am 10:50am Cooper House, Instructor: Sainz

AMST 2700-01 Intro to Museology (USP 2003 CH 3 cr)
R 01:20pm 03:50pm AC 239, Instructor: Helfgott
Cross listed with: ANTH2700 ART2700 HIST2700

AMST 4010-02 Independent Study 1-3cr, for undergraduates, by arrangement with instructor: Knobloch

AMST 4051 01 Environmental Politics (USP 2003 WC 3cr)
TR 09:35am 10:50am HA 115, Instructor: Cawley
Cross listed with: ENR4051 GEOG4051 POLS4051 REWM4051

AMST 4300 American Culture in the Public Sector (3cr)
W 01:10pm 03:40pm Cooper House, Instructor: Graham
Cross listed with: AMST5300. If you are a graduate student, please register for AMST 5300.

AMST 4500-01 American Civilization (Special Topics):The Frontier in US Visual Arts (3cr)
M 04:00pm 06:30pm Cooper House Instructor: Börger (visiting scholar from Hamburg, Germany) 

AMST 4650-02 Gender, Women & Migration (3 cr)
W 03:10pm 06:00pm ED 45 Instructor: Pignataro
Cross listed with: AMST5650 INST4650 INST5650 LTST4650 LTST5650 WMST4650 WMST5650

AMST 4800 Historic Preservation (3cr)
T 12:00pm 02:30pm Cooper House Instructors: historic preservation specialists Humstone, Chapman, Lindmeier
Cross listed with: AMST5800 ENR4800 ENR5800. If you are a graduate student, please register for 5800.

AMST 4970 Internship (1-3cr) Instructor and Coordinator: Graham. Satisfactory/Unsatisfactory only

AMST 4985 Senior Seminar (WC<> 3cr) By arrangement with AMST. Instructor: Knobloch

AMST 5010-03 Independent Study (1-6cr)
For graduate students, by arrangement with Instructor: Knobloch

AMST 5300 American Culture in the Public Sector (3cr)
W 01:10pm 03:40pm Cooper House, Instructor: Graham
Cross listed with: AMST4300. If you are an undergraduate student, please register for AMST 4300. 

AMST 5500  Topics in American Studies (3cr)
T 06:00pm 08:30pm Cooper House, Instructors:  Knobloch, Sandeen, Börger
Required 1st-year seminar for AMST MA students; open to all interested grad-level students.

AMST 5510 Readings in American Studies (3cr)
T 06:00pm 08:30pm Cooper House, Instructors: Knobloch, Sandeen, Börger
Required 2nd-year seminar for AMST MA students; open to all interested grad-level students. 

AMST 5550 Varieties of Literary Evidence: Realism (3cr)
R 04:00pm 06:30pm Cooper House, Instructor: Börger (visiting scholar from Hamburg, Germany) 
13372

AMST 5650 01 Gender, Women & Migration (3cr)
W 03:10pm 06:00pm ED 45, Instructor: Pignataro
Cross listed with: AMST4650 INST4650 INST5650 LTST4650 LTST5650 WMST4650 WMST5650

AMST 5800 Historic Preservation (3cr)
T 12:00pm 02:30pm Cooper House, Instructors: historic preservation specialists Chapman, Humstone, Lindmeier 
Cross listed with: AMST4800 ENR4800 ENR5800

AMST 5990 01 Internship (1-12cr) Instructor and Coordinator: Graham. Satisfactory/Unsatisfactory only.

Click Here for Registrar's link to search for all Fall 2018 Courses. 


Contact Us

American Studies Program

Cooper House

University of Wyoming

1000 E. University Ave. Dept. 4036

Laramie, WY 82071

Phone: (307) 766 3898

Fax: (307) 766 3700

Email: gipper@uwyo.edu

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American Studies Program

College of Arts and Sciences

Welcome to American Studies at UW

American studies is an interdisciplinary field emphasizing the integration of the humanities, fine arts, and social sciences in the study of American experiences, past and present.  Our Program places special emphasis on studying American cultures through course work, field experiences, and internships so that each student can apply academic knowledge to real-life circumstances. Our Program  highlights international perspectives, as well as the transnational context of American impacts and experiences, in course work and  in exchanges available to AMST students. AMST also highlights opportunities in the public sector, including historic preservation of buildings, neighborhoods, or landscapes.

AMST puts people, ideas,  places, artifacts, images, and histories together in programs of study preparing students for specific career goals in K-12 education or work in the public sector (museums, collections, historic sites, interpretive centers, for example), or further education in professional schools and graduate study.

The program dates from 1952, placing it among the earliest to offer work in the interdisciplinary field of American culture studies. Students can earn both B.A. and M.A. degrees in American Studies.

Summer 2018: Our web site is happily undergoing a long awaited clean up and renewal.  Stay tuned for streamlined program information, new images and new content! Contact us any time for program information. 

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Fall 2018 American Studies Courses

AMST 1101 01 FYS:Cultures of College (USP First Year Seminar 3cr)
MWF 09:00am 09:50am Cooper House, Instructor: Sainz

AMST 2010-01 Intro to American Studies (USP CHWB<>H 3 cr)
MWF 10:00am 10:50am AG 2018, Instructor: Knobloch  

AMST 2110-01 Cultural Diversity in America (USP CSD<>H 3cr, Meets A&S Core Diversity in US)
TR 09:35am 10:50am Cooper House, Instructor: Sainz

AMST 2700-01 Intro to Museology (USP 2003 CH 3 cr)
R 01:20pm 03:50pm AC 239, Instructor: Helfgott
Cross listed with: ANTH2700 ART2700 HIST2700

AMST 4010-02 Independent Study 1-3cr, for undergraduates, by arrangement with instructor: Knobloch

AMST 4051 01 Environmental Politics (USP 2003 WC 3cr)
TR 09:35am 10:50am HA 115, Instructor: Cawley
Cross listed with: ENR4051 GEOG4051 POLS4051 REWM4051

AMST 4300 American Culture in the Public Sector (3cr)
W 01:10pm 03:40pm Cooper House, Instructor: Graham
Cross listed with: AMST5300. If you are a graduate student, please register for AMST 5300.

AMST 4500-01 American Civilization (Special Topics):The Frontier in US Visual Arts (3cr)
M 04:00pm 06:30pm Cooper House Instructor: Börger (visiting scholar from Hamburg, Germany) 

AMST 4650-02 Gender, Women & Migration (3 cr)
W 03:10pm 06:00pm ED 45 Instructor: Pignataro
Cross listed with: AMST5650 INST4650 INST5650 LTST4650 LTST5650 WMST4650 WMST5650

AMST 4800 Historic Preservation (3cr)
T 12:00pm 02:30pm Cooper House Instructors: historic preservation specialists Humstone, Chapman, Lindmeier
Cross listed with: AMST5800 ENR4800 ENR5800. If you are a graduate student, please register for 5800.

AMST 4970 Internship (1-3cr) Instructor and Coordinator: Graham. Satisfactory/Unsatisfactory only

AMST 4985 Senior Seminar (WC<> 3cr) By arrangement with AMST. Instructor: Knobloch

AMST 5010-03 Independent Study (1-6cr)
For graduate students, by arrangement with Instructor: Knobloch

AMST 5300 American Culture in the Public Sector (3cr)
W 01:10pm 03:40pm Cooper House, Instructor: Graham
Cross listed with: AMST4300. If you are an undergraduate student, please register for AMST 4300. 

AMST 5500  Topics in American Studies (3cr)
T 06:00pm 08:30pm Cooper House, Instructors:  Knobloch, Sandeen, Börger
Required 1st-year seminar for AMST MA students; open to all interested grad-level students.

AMST 5510 Readings in American Studies (3cr)
T 06:00pm 08:30pm Cooper House, Instructors: Knobloch, Sandeen, Börger
Required 2nd-year seminar for AMST MA students; open to all interested grad-level students. 

AMST 5550 Varieties of Literary Evidence: Realism (3cr)
R 04:00pm 06:30pm Cooper House, Instructor: Börger (visiting scholar from Hamburg, Germany) 
13372

AMST 5650 01 Gender, Women & Migration (3cr)
W 03:10pm 06:00pm ED 45, Instructor: Pignataro
Cross listed with: AMST4650 INST4650 INST5650 LTST4650 LTST5650 WMST4650 WMST5650

AMST 5800 Historic Preservation (3cr)
T 12:00pm 02:30pm Cooper House, Instructors: historic preservation specialists Chapman, Humstone, Lindmeier 
Cross listed with: AMST4800 ENR4800 ENR5800

AMST 5990 01 Internship (1-12cr) Instructor and Coordinator: Graham. Satisfactory/Unsatisfactory only.

Click Here for Registrar's link to search for all Fall 2018 Courses. 


Contact Us

American Studies Program

Cooper House

University of Wyoming

1000 E. University Ave. Dept. 4036

Laramie, WY 82071

Phone: (307) 766 3898

Fax: (307) 766 3700

Email: gipper@uwyo.edu

Find us on Facebook (Link opens a new window)

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