As part and parcel to American Culture Studies’ continued efforts to bring the vibrancy of our community to the web, the Media Archive will include a growing body of audio and visual material. Culled from interviews with visiting scholars, recordings of AMCS events hosted throughout the semester, and features from program initiatives, the Media Archive rounds out amcs.wustl’s digital presence. Our aim is to offer site visitors a way to hear and see community inquire about and debate issues critical to American Life.
Graduate Fellows often teach an AMCS course of their own design - usually after their PhD coursework is complete, and often on a subject related to their dissertation research. (If circumstances allow, Graduate Certificate Students may also have the chance to teach their own AMCS course.)
To encourage the teaching of courses that are suited not only to student interests but also to program needs (and to ensure they are developed well in advance of curriculum deadlines!), we offer a downloadable pdf, Overview of Graduate Teaching in AMCS, which explains program curricular needs and provides sample course descriptions, time tables and information about what will be required when you submit a draft syllabus.
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