AMS330H1: Transnational America



The United States -- as a global military, cultural, and economic power -- has always been a transnational space. In this course, students will read texts that emphasize the transnational dimensions of the US, learning about a range of topics that may include borders, global supply chains, immigration, food cultures, media, and the reach of the US military. In what ways do the United States and its people exceed their national boundaries? And in what ways are the United States and its people shaped by “elsewhere”?

AMS313H1 (Approaches to American Studies: Transnational America) offered in Winter 2024
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