Dr. Weisbard was selected for a President’s Faculty Research Award in the Senior Scholar category for the Arts and Humanities. He is the author of the award-winning Top 40 Democracy:
These awards also were included in the College of Arts & Sciences’ recent Honors Day event on April 8. Lucy Barrow of Gulf Breeze, Florida is this year’s recipient of
Our hearty congratulations to Dr. Odle, who earned tenure and promotion to Associate Professor. She came to the American Studies Department in 2015 and specializes in Native American Studies. She
Dr. Jeffrey Melton, Professor of American Studies, contributed a short essay on Mark Twain’s experiences in Athens, Greece, to The Center of Mark Twain Studies at Elmira College (NY), which
Dr. Mairin Odle, assistant professor of American Studies, discusses Native American history, representation in pop culture, and her Mapping Native Alabama project. https://vimeo.com/691886035
Dr. Mairin Odle was interviewed on a podcast to talk about Inking of Immunity, which is a project of Dr. Chris Lynn in Anthropology.
The lecture was called “Imagined Indians and Indigenous Voices”. Art in Conversation: The Transformation of Indigenous Cultural Practices by Colonial Powers
Dr. Eric Weisbard’s Songbooks: The Literature of American Popular Music was selected by the music critic Greil Marcus as one of the Best Scholarly Books of 2021 for the Chronicle
Dr. Innis-Jimenez participates in Penn State University conference on the significance of Latinx populations in American urban history.
The Transformation of Indigenous Cultural Practices by Colonial Powers December 8 @ 11:00 am – 12:00 pm https://www.artsbma.org/event/the-transformation-of-indigenous-cultural-practices-by-colonial-powers/