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 Texts and Technology doctoral program at the University of Central Florida and teaches a Cultural Studies course there.
The American Studies Department congratulates Sarah Asseff, Mollie Gillis, and J.C. Godin, who were inducted into Phi Beta Kappa, the oldest academic honor society in the United States, on Friday, May 4.
Congratulations to Athena F. Richardson, a second-year Masters student and Graduate Teaching Assistant, for winning the Elizabeth Meese Memorial Award in Feminist Theory. The honor came from the 2018 Annual Paper Competition sponsored by the Department of Gender and Race Studies. Athena’s paper is titled “There Is a Balm: Performance, Voyeurism, and Public History through
Congratulations to AMS Associate Professor Michael Innis-Jiménez on the publication of his article, “Mexican Chicago’s Colonia Hull House: Food, Tourism, and Belonging in the 1930s” in the latest edition of Global Food History!
Congratulations to AMS Professor Michael Innis-Jiménez for being appointed distinguished lecturers of the Organization of American Historians. For more information, see the University of Alabama News Feed and the OAH distinguished lecturer webpage.
Congratulations to Dr. Mairin Odle for winning the Society of Early Americanists’ Best Essay Prize for 2016.
Congratulations to American Studies Professor Michael T. Woods on his award to Study Football in Cuba. Instructor Wins Award to Study Football in Cuba Posted on February 7, 2017 – Awards, Desktop News, For Faculty, News, Research, Teaching The University of Havana From the February 2017 Desktop News | Michael Wood, an instructor in the Department