American studies

This list has 20 sub-lists and 7 members.

  1. African-American studies

     - 4 lists, 2 members
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  2. American culture

    American culture

     - 47 lists, 10 members

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  3. American English

    American English

     - 8 lists

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  4. American folklore

    American folklore

     - 35 lists, 148 members

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  5. American media

    American media

     - 40 lists, 1 member

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  7. Americana

     - 2 lists, 2 members
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  8. Appalachian studies

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  9. Economy of the United States 2 views

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  10. History of the United States

    History of the United States

     - 21 lists, 3 members

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  11. American literature

    American literature

     - 14 lists, 2 members

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  12. Middle Eastern studies in the United States 0 views

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  13. Mormon studies

    Mormon studies

     - 4 lists, 42 members
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  14. Native American studies

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  15. Politics of the United States

    Politics of the United States

     - 35 lists, 1 member

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  16. Popular culture studies

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  17. Pre-Columbian studies

    Pre-Columbian studies

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  18. Religion in the United States

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  19. American society

    American society

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  1. Alfred Whitney Griswold

    Alfred Whitney Griswold


    Alfred Whitney Griswold (October 27, 1906 – April 19, 1963), who went by his second given name, was an American historian and educator. He served as 16th President of Yale University from 1951 to 1963, during which he built much of Yale's modern scientific research infrastructure, especially on Science Hill.

  2. Maarten van Rossem

    Maarten van Rossem


    Maarten van Rossem (Zeist, 24 October 1943) is a Dutch historian. He specializes in the history and politics of the United States. As an America expert he is a frequent guest on television talk shows. His public career started when he was asked to comment on the 1984 vice presidential elections. He still makes regular TV appearances and gives frequent public lectures.

  3. Jabari Asim

    Jabari Asim


    Jabari Asim (born August 11, 1962) is an author, poet, playwright, associate professor of writing, literature and publishing at Emerson College in Boston, Massachusetts, and since August 2007, has been the Editor-in-Chief of The Crisis magazine, a journal of politics, ideas and culture published by the NAACP and founded by historian and social activist W. E. B. Du Bois in 1910.

  4. Merle Curti

    Merle Curti


    Merle Eugene Curti (1897–1996) was a leading American historian. He taught many graduate students at Columbia University and the University of Wisconsin, and was a leader in developing the fields of social history and intellectual history. He directed 86 finished PhD dissertations and had an unusually wide range of correspondents. As a "Progressive" historian he was deeply committed to democracy, and to the Turnerian thesis that social and economic forces shape American life, thought and character. He was a pioneer in peace studies, intellectual history and social history—and helped develop quantitative methods based on census samples as a tool in historical research.

  5. Neal E. Lambert

    Neal E. Lambert


    Neal Elwood Lambert (born 1934) is an emeritus professor of English and American Studies at Brigham Young University (BYU). His most notable work was A Believing People: Literature of Latter-day Saints an anthology co-edited with Richard Cracroft.

  6. Sarah McFarland Taylor

    Sarah McFarland Taylor


    Sarah McFarland Taylor is an American academic and author. She is currently Associate Professor of Religion in the Department of Religious Studies at Northwestern University, where she also teaches in the Environmental Policy and Culture Program. Areas of focus include women's studies in religion, religion and ecology, and religion and American culture.

  7. Vernon Louis Parrington

    Vernon Louis Parrington


    Vernon Louis Parrington (August 3, 1871 – June 16, 1929) was an American literary historian and scholar. His three-volume history of American letters, Main Currents in American Thought, won the Pulitzer Prize for History in 1928 and was one of the most influential books for American historians of its time.

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