The Program in American Culture Studies at Washington University in St. Louis invites applications for two (2) distinct postdoctoral opportunities: Postdoctoral Fellowship in Inequality and Identity and Postdoctoral Fellowship in Family and Intimate Relations.
A series featuring AMCS faculty that explores the "deep subjectivities" of American culture.
Hold That Thought, Arts & Sciences' weekly podcast, recently posted all episodes of the series, American Identities. The first episode, Stripes and Scars, features AMCS Director and Professor of History, Iver Bernstein. Subsequent episodes showcase the work of Patrick Burke, Associate Professor of Ethnomusicology ("Rock and Revolution"), Todd Decker, Associate Professor of Musicology ("Who Should Sing "Ol' Man River"?"), Sowande' Mustakeem, Assistant Professor of History and African and African-American Studies ("Confronting the Middle Passage"), William J. Maxwell, Associate Professor of English ("FB Eyes"), Angela Miller, Professor of Art History and Archaeology ("Art and Nationhood"), Leigh E. Schmidt, the Edward C. Mallinckrodt Distinguished University Professor in the Humanities in the Center for Religon and Politics ("Restless Souls"), Clarissa Rile Hayward, Associate Professor of Political Science ("How Americans Make Race"), and Adrienne Davis, William M. Van Cleve Professor of Law and Vice Provost of the University ("Irregular Intimacies").
Each episode of the American Identities series is available to stream or to download from the series' homepage.
The American Identities series and the first episode are profiled in Washington Univeristy's Record, and are also featured in an interview with Professor Bernstein about American culture, identity, and race for Joe Madison's show, The Black Eagle, on SiriusXM.
We will continue to highlight Americanist faculty and their work in coming months, so please check back for updates!
Angela Miller, Professor, Art History and Archaeology; Anca Parvulescu, Associate Professor, English and the Interdisciplinary Project in the Humanities (IPH); and William Paul, Professor, Film and Media StudiesUmrath Lounge @ 6:30 pm