The American Studies Program at Kennesaw State University offers an interdisciplinary approach to learning more about American culture. Undergraduate and Graduate students have the opportunity to engage in practical, project-based learning linked to their own professional needs and interests.
American Studies can prepare you for a position in education, museums, public history sites, journalism, or in non-profit social change organizations. Professors in American Studies Program at KSU investigate and interpret:
•Literature, History, and Politics of the African Diaspora
•The American West
•International Literary Cultures
•U.S. Social Movements
•Cultures of Sexuality
•U.S. Labor and Economic History
•American Religious Cultures
•Mayan Communities in the U.S.
•Public History and the Construction of Popular Memory
•Popular Culture of the United States in an international perspective
•Constructions of race, gender, and ethnicity
RSVP to our first Open House of the semester! Come learn more about our program and meet our current students and faculty!
Kennesaw State University
Social Sciences Building
Bldg #402 , Room Dean's Terrace
Directions and Parking:
Off-campus visitors should park in Visitor parking.