The Program in American Culture Studies at Washington University (AMCS) invites applications for our Postdoctoral Fellowship in Inequality and Identity position, renewable annually for up to two years contingent upon satisfactory performance; expected start date is July 1, 2016.

It is with great enthusiasm that we announce the long-anticipated launch of amcs.wustl, our new site for cross-disciplinary exchange and collaboration. Developed to support the many needs of the growing AMCS community, it is intended to house richly varied program content, including profiles of faculty research and teaching, podcasts, events and program archives, course-related digital resources (including projects by our undergraduate students and our Masters Program candidates), and on-line exhibit curation and other content associated with Faculty Program Initiatives.

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February

29

Panel Discussion on Histories of Art and Design

John Klein, Maggie Taft, Kristina Wilson with Jennifer Padgett as discussant

DUC 276 @ 2:30pm

March

24

Undergraduate Study Abroad Workshop

McMillan 259 @ 4:30pm

31

Structural Racism, Power and Privilege: Residential Segregation and School Resegregation Symposium

Dr. L'Heureux Lewis-McCoy

Hurst Lounge, Duncker Hall Room 201 @ 10:00am