AMS310H1: Approaches to American Studies



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An in-depth, interdisciplinary examination of a specific question concerning U.S. history, politics, and/or culture. Focus varies depending on instructor. Major emphases include reading critically and the initial steps of conducting original research.

AMS300H1/ USA300H1, or 1.0 credit chosen from the four American Studies Program disciplinary/thematic clusters (Politics and Economics, Society, Culture, and History) as published in the American Studies section of the Calendar. If you do not have these prerequisites but would like to take the course, please contact the instructor and/or to discuss exceptions to the prerequisites.
Distribution Requirements
Social Science
Breadth Requirements
Creative and Cultural Representations (1)
Mode of Delivery
In Class