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AMST0209

Am. Lit. & Cult: origins-1830

American Literature and Culture: Origins-1830
A study of literary and other cultural forms in early America, including gravestones, architecture, furniture and visual art. We will consider how writing and these other forms gave life to ideas about religion, diversity, civic obligation and individual rights that dominated not only colonial life but that continue to influence notions of "Americanness" into the present day. 3 hrs. lect./dics.
Subject:
American Studies
Department:
Program in American Studies
Division:
Interdisciplinary
Requirements Fulfilled:
LIT NOR
Equivalent Courses:
AMST0201
AMCV0201
AMLT0201
ENAM0209

Sections

Fall 2014

AMST0209A-F14 Lecture (Newbury)

Fall 2013

AMST0209A-F13 Lecture (Newbury)

Fall 2012

AMST0209A-F12 Lecture (Lint)

Fall 2011

AMST0209A-F11 Lecture (Lint)
AMST0209B-F11 Lecture (Lint)

Fall 2010

AMST0209A-F10 Lecture (Lint)
AMST0209B-F10 Lecture (Lint)

Fall 2009

AMST0209A-F09 Lecture (Lint)
AMST0209X-F09 Discussion (Lint)
AMST0209Y-F09 Discussion (Lint)
AMST0209Z-F09 Discussion (Lint)

Fall 2008

AMST0209A-F08 Lecture (Newbury)
AMST0209B-F08 Lecture (Newbury)

Fall 2007

AMST0209A-F07 Lecture (Newbury)
AMST0209B-F07 Lecture (Newbury)

Fall 2006

AMST0209A-F06 Lecture (Newbury)
AMST0209B-F06 Lecture (Newbury)