Recently, Wallace Best, the Hughes-Rogers Professor of Religion and African American Studies and director of the Program in Gender and Sexuality Studies, talked with Stacy Wolf, professor of theater in the Lewis Center for the Arts and American studies, and director of the Princeton Arts Fellowship and the Program in Musical Theater, about the power of musical theatre, and about and her new book, Beyond Broadway: The Pleasure a
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Commencement 2019 concluded the first academic year in which Princeton University undergraduates were able to choose from among three certificates offered by the Program in American Studies. 2019 was also the first Commencement in which a Princeton senior graduated with a certificate in Asian American studies.
- Tuesday, Aug 11, 2020Hugo Myron, a 2020 alumnus, discusses how American studies and Latino studies complemented his concentration and “fueled” his interests.
- Wednesday, Jul 15, 2020From the University homepage: Aisha M. Beliso-De Jesús is among six Princeton professors who share their summer reading lists.
- Tuesday, Jun 16, 2020Aisha M. Beliso-De Jesús and Laurence Ralph discuss their research and teaching, and the Center on Transnational Policing (CTP).
- Wednesday, Apr 8, 2020Musical theater is “a popular middlebrow form that participates in the construction of ideas about America,” Wolf says.
- Wednesday, Apr 8, 2020“It’s important to recognize how central language is to a sense of belonging,” says Rosina Lozano.
- Monday, Apr 27, 2020Over email, Spring 2020 Anschutz Distinguished Fellow P. Carl answered questions about his AMS course, recent book, and issues they engage with.
- Wednesday, Feb 12, 2020A visit to the course “Too Cute!: Race, Style, & Asiamania,” taught by AMS director Anne Cheng.