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AMSTĀ 100: American Culture: Interdisciplinary Perspectives

This analysis of modern American society introduces theories and methods of culture studies, beginning with anthropological definitions of culture and including perspectives of sociology, political science, history, art history, and English. Students examine the moral ecology of everyday life in America, looking at the cultural meanings of work, clothes, food, family, gender, buildings, bodies, television, advertising, and education. Offered annually in the fall semester. Counts toward women's and gender studies major and concentration and media studies concentration.

American Studies

http://catalog.stolaf.edu/academic-programs/american-studies/

...the following: Course List Code Title Credits AMST 100 American Culture: Interdisciplinary Perspectives 1.00...

Media Studies

http://catalog.stolaf.edu/academic-programs/media-studies/

...media studies should consult the program director. AMST 100 American Culture: Interdisciplinary Perspectives ART 205...

Women's and Gender Studies

http://catalog.stolaf.edu/academic-programs/womens-gender-studies/

...the program website. Theory and Methods Courses AMST 100 American Culture: Interdisciplinary Perspectives ART 277...