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If you have an interest in American literature but also desire to learn how it relates to American art, film, music and religion and how these influences collectively reflect and shape the attitudes and values of the United States, you are an excellent candidate for our program in American studies. You will explore the strands of American culture and examine the forces of class, ethnicity, gender and race, and how these factors form your identity and contribute to your place in the larger mosaic of American society.
Below are American Studies Open Educational Resources (OER) / Zero Textbook Cost courses created by Brooklyn College.
OERs are organized by Course Number
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AMST 1010: American Identities (Reed) (Spring 2020)
Course: AMST 1010 Title: American Identities Instructor: Conor Tomas Reed Platform: WordPress Academic Commons Status: Active, Spring 2020
AMST 1010: American Studies (Gallagher) (Spring 2021)
Course: AMST 1010 Title: American Studies Instructor: Justin Gallagher Platform: Blackboard Status: Active Spring 2021