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American Studies is an Interdisciplinary Program at Stanford blending courses in history, literature, social sciences and the arts, in which students learn to analyze and interpret America's past and present, forging fresh and creative syntheses along the way.
 
To hear more from our students, visit "We the People" -- a blog for undergraduates in American Studies at Stanford.

Welcome Beth Kessler, AMSTUD Program Coordinator
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The Program in American Studies welcomes Beth Kessler as a new program coordinator!  Prof. Kessler joins Director Shelley Fisher Fishkin and coordinator Prof. Judy Richardson.  Prof. Kessler will be teaching AMSTUD 143X: Starstuff and the American Imagination this fall and AMSTUD 127: American Style and the Rhetoric of Fashion in the winter quarter.  She will also be teaching AMSTUD 160: Perspectives on American Identity in the spring.  Stop by the program offices in Margaret Jacks Hall and introduce yourself to Prof. Kessler in office 219A!