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AMST23020th-Century United States History
AMST243American Literature from the Colonial Period to the Civil War

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AMST200Colonialism and Its Consequences in the Americas
AMST205Junior Colloquium: Sites of the Self: Maps, Gardens, and Houses
AMST210Junior Colloquium: The Cultural Production of Ethnicity and Race

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AMST210Junior Colloquium: The Cultural Production of Ethnicity and Race
AMST218Introduction to Queer Studies
AMST23020th-Century United States History
AMST231Asian American History
AMST237Slavery and the Literary Imagination
AMST238Introduction to Modern African American History
AMST242Mixed in America: Race, Religion, and Memoir
AMST243American Literature from the Colonial Period to the Civil War
AMST249Art After 1945
AMST250Decolonizing Indigenous Middletown: Native Histories of the Wangunk Indian People
AMST256Race and Medicine in America
AMST264Introduction to Asian American Literature
AMST273Diasporic South Asian Writing and American Studies
AMST275Introduction to African American Literature
AMST278Introduction to Latina/o Literature: Border, Citizen, Body
AMST281Ethics of Embodiment (FGSS Gateway)
AMST304Techno-Orientalism
AMST329Issues in Latina/o Politics and Culture
AMST330American Utopias in the 19th Century

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AMST304Techno-Orientalism
AMST329Issues in Latina/o Politics and Culture
AMST330American Utopias in the 19th Century
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AMST118The Anthropology of Social Movements

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AMST235American Literature, 1865-1945
HIST239The Long 19th Century in the United States

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AMST201Junior Colloquium: Critical Queer Studies
AMST203Junior Colloquium: Biopolitics, Animality, and Posthumanism

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AMST201Junior Colloquium: Critical Queer Studies
AMST223Jews & America
AMST225Latinidad: Introduction to Latina/o Studies
AMST235American Literature, 1865-1945
AMST236Religion and National Culture in the United States
AMST239The Long 19th Century in the United States
AMST244Comparative Race and Ethnicity
AMST255Anarchy in America: From Haymarket to Occupy Wall Street
AMST259Discovering the Person
AMST269New World Poetics
AMST274Economics of Wealth and Poverty
AMST296America in Prison: Theater Behind Bars
AMST311Anthropology of Digital Media
AMST313After Orientalism: Asian American Literature and Theory After 2000
AMST334Black Power and the Modern Narrative of Slavery
AMST335Radio Production and the Politics of Independent Media
AMST336Comparative Asian and Latina/o Immigrant Experiences
AMST342Black Leadership in Historical Perspective
AMST343Forgetting, Denying, and Archiving: A Hemispheric Perspective on Memory and Violence
AMST371American Autobiography

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AMST311Anthropology of Digital Media
AMST313After Orientalism: Asian American Literature and Theory After 2000
AMST334Black Power and the Modern Narrative of Slavery
AMST335Radio Production and the Politics of Independent Media
AMST336Comparative Asian and Latina/o Immigrant Experiences
AMST342Black Leadership in Historical Perspective
AMST343Forgetting, Denying, and Archiving: A Hemispheric Perspective on Memory and Violence
AMST371American Autobiography

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