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AMST0500A-W13

CRN: 10511

Independent Study
Independent Study
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AMST0500B-W13

CRN: 10512

Independent Study
Independent Study
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AMST0500D-W13

CRN: 10514

Independent Study
Independent Study
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AMST0500F-W13

CRN: 10516

Independent Study
Independent Study
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AMST0500G-W13

CRN: 10517

Independent Study
Independent Study
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AMST0500I-W13

CRN: 10519

Independent Study
Independent Study
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AMST0500M-W13

CRN: 11053

Independent Study
Independent Study
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AMST0710A-W13

CRN: 10521

Honors Thesis
Honors Thesis
For students who have completed AMST 0705, are eligible for honors and choose qualify to write a two-term, two-credit interdisciplinary honors thesis. on some aspect of American culture. The thesis may be completed on a fall/winter schedule or a fall/spring schedule. (Select a thesis advisor prior to registration)

AMST0710B-W13

CRN: 10522

Honors Thesis
Honors Thesis
For students who have completed AMST 0705, are eligible for honors and choose qualify to write a two-term, two-credit interdisciplinary honors thesis. on some aspect of American culture. The thesis may be completed on a fall/winter schedule or a fall/spring schedule. (Select a thesis advisor prior to registration)

AMST0710D-W13

CRN: 10524

Honors Thesis
Honors Thesis
For students who have completed AMST 0705, are eligible for honors and choose qualify to write a two-term, two-credit interdisciplinary honors thesis. on some aspect of American culture. The thesis may be completed on a fall/winter schedule or a fall/spring schedule. (Select a thesis advisor prior to registration)

AMST0710F-W13

CRN: 10526

Honors Thesis
Honors Thesis
For students who have completed AMST 0705, are eligible for honors and choose qualify to write a two-term, two-credit interdisciplinary honors thesis. on some aspect of American culture. The thesis may be completed on a fall/winter schedule or a fall/spring schedule. (Select a thesis advisor prior to registration)

AMST0710G-W13

CRN: 10527

Honors Thesis
Honors Thesis
For students who have completed AMST 0705, are eligible for honors and choose qualify to write a two-term, two-credit interdisciplinary honors thesis. on some aspect of American culture. The thesis may be completed on a fall/winter schedule or a fall/spring schedule. (Select a thesis advisor prior to registration)

AMST0710I-W13

CRN: 10529

Honors Thesis
Honors Thesis
For students who have completed AMST 0705, are eligible for honors and choose qualify to write a two-term, two-credit interdisciplinary honors thesis. on some aspect of American culture. The thesis may be completed on a fall/winter schedule or a fall/spring schedule. (Select a thesis advisor prior to registration)

AMST0710L-W13

CRN: 11054

Honors Thesis
Honors Thesis
For students who have completed AMST 0705, are eligible for honors and choose qualify to write a two-term, two-credit interdisciplinary honors thesis. on some aspect of American culture. The thesis may be completed on a fall/winter schedule or a fall/spring schedule. (Select a thesis advisor prior to registration)

AMST0710M-W13

CRN: 11055

Honors Thesis
Honors Thesis
For students who have completed AMST 0705, are eligible for honors and choose qualify to write a two-term, two-credit interdisciplinary honors thesis. on some aspect of American culture. The thesis may be completed on a fall/winter schedule or a fall/spring schedule. (Select a thesis advisor prior to registration)

AMST0710P-W13

CRN: 11080

Honors Thesis
Honors Thesis
For students who have completed AMST 0705, are eligible for honors and choose qualify to write a two-term, two-credit interdisciplinary honors thesis. on some aspect of American culture. The thesis may be completed on a fall/winter schedule or a fall/spring schedule. (Select a thesis advisor prior to registration)

AMST1003A-W13

CRN: 11377

Cultural Studies of Sports
Cultural Studies of Sports
Sports operate as a central cultural institution in communities throughout the world. In this course we will offer a critical investigation into the social and cultural roles of sports in the contemporary United States and beyond. We will analyze the role of sports in shaping cultural meanings by asking the following questions: What constitutes a sport? How should sports be defined? What role do sports play in people’s everyday lives? How do sports reflect and reproduce social differences? Students will be expected to write about sports informed by their own fieldwork observations.

AMST1007A-W13

CRN: 11447

Designing a Field House Museum
Designing a Field House Museum for Middlebury College
In this course students will help design a museum space dedicated to the history of athletics at Middlebury College. The work we accomplish will contribute to plans for the new Field House, to be erected in 2013-14. Students will conduct archival research on the history of Middlebury athletics, and they will design interpretive exhibits utilizing digital and analog formats for inclusion in the new museum space. Additionally, students will generate an overall design for the Field House museum space. Because the course emphasizes public history and museum design, field trips to regional museums and athletic facilities should be expected.

AMST1012A-W13

CRN: 11380

The West on Film
Hollywood’s West: The American West on Film
From its beginnings the Hollywood western has presented an imaginative geography, a powerful popular fantasy expressing deep truths, and perhaps still deeper desires about American identity. Initially the western reasserted 19th century America’s optimistic vision of manifest destiny; ultimately, many westerns challenged that optimism, often explicitly presenting racial, sexual, and political tensions. Over time, westerns have been re-defined, re-invented and expanded, dismissed, re-discovered, and spoofed. Working with a broad range of films, including Stagecoach, High Noon, Pat Garrett and Billy the Kid, Unforgiven, Lone Star, Blazing Saddles—and perhaps even the recent Cowboys vs. Aliens—we will explore the ways in which westerns have both shaped and reflected the dominant social and political desires and anxieties of their respective eras.

Program in American Studies

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