John Agricola, an AMS undergraduate alum, edited the latest edition of Southern Culture on the Fly (SCOF), a magazine focused on fly fishing, which includes three stories of his own:
Rebecca Todd Minder, AMS MA alum, Named Editor of Alabama Heritage Magazine
Alabama Heritage recently appointed Rebecca Todd Minder as its director. Rebecca earned her MA in American Studies at the University of Alabama, concentrating on the study of southern popular culture.
Justin Branum, 2022 Beijing Olympics
Justin Branum, who earned a M.A. in American Studies and graduated in 2021, published a op-ed surrounding the 2022 Olympics. Justin Branum: The 2020 Tokyo Olympics showed our resiliency, allowing
The Truth Behind an American Studies Degree, by Hannah Dillashaw, B.A.(2020)
Every time I tell someone I majored in American studies in college, I get the same response: “Oh, so like, history?” No, not exactly, at least not the history you’re
Undergraduate Alum Publishes Essay
Hannah Dillashaw, who earned a BA in American Studies and graduated in 2020, published an essay, “‘Ain’t Never Done Anything but Sing”: Understanding Betsy through Her Canary, in the Explicator.
Congratulations to Riecher Denmark
Congratulations to Riecher Denmark, an MA student in American Studies, who published an essay, What Barn? The Dialectical Revolt of Sarah Penn in Freeman’s “Revolt of ‘Mother’,” which appears in
Former MA American Studies published book
Bryan Jack, an alumnus (MA American Studies 1996), Associate Professor of Historical Studies at Southern Illinois University Edwardsville and lives in St. Louis, MO. He recently wrote Southern History on
AMS Alum Dr. Elliot Knight Named New Executive Director of the Arts Council
M.A. alum publishes article
Emily Tarvin published “YOU LOOK DISGUSTING: A Case Study of the YouTube Beauty Community,” in the Fall 2018 issue of Studies in Popular Culture. Emily is currently enrolled in the