Congratulations to Leanne Sims who is the first-place winner for this year’s Ian MacMillan Writing Contest in creative nonfiction category.
We are very proud to announce that one of our faculty members, Vernadette Gonzalez, won the Association for Asian American Studies Award for the Best Book in Cultural Studies. The title of her book is “Securing Paradise: Tourism and Militarism … Continue reading
Congratulations to American Studies students for awards received and achievements attained over the past academic year (2013-2014)! Our future depends on the contributions you make in our department and university and in local, national, and international communities. AMERICAN STUDIES … Continue reading
The Department of American Studies is pleased to announce the recipients of the department’s Graduate Merit Scholarships for outstanding work. Congratulations to all awardees! Dissertation Scholarships ($10,000 each)Liné Kruse (PhD)Yu Jung Lee (PhD)Darlene Mortel (PhD)Yohei Sekiguchi (PhD) Graduate Merit Scholarships … Continue reading
In the summer of 2013, a group of teenagers and an educator from the Wexner Center for the Arts spread out across a low-income neighborhood just a few blocks from the Ohio State campus. They fought through rain, sunburn and … Continue reading
Museums 2020: Vision & Visitors Friday, April 25, 2014 from 8:00 to 4:00 PM Japanese Cultural Center of Hawai’iManoa Grand Ballroom, 5th Floor2454 S Beretania St.Honolulu, HI 96826Program Schedule [PDF] Understanding and Engaging Museum Visitors Visitor Studies/Satisfaction Evaluator will give … Continue reading
**Please note: The April 25th Resume and Cover Letter Crash Course series has been cancelled. Come and join the American Studies Department to learn more about a career in film and media on Monday, April 7th. If you are interested … Continue reading
Come and join the American Studies Department for a pizza and talk story series on Thursday March 13th at 12:00pm in the Tokioka Room (Moore Hall 3rd floor). This informal gathering invites conversation between students and professionals in the field. You can … Continue reading
The American Studies Department, the Academy for Creative Media and the College of Arts and Humanities is pleased to announce the John Sayles Film Series. Amigo, introduced by American Studies professor Joyce Mariano John Sayles will join our audience for … Continue reading
A screening of John Sayles’ “Amigo” followed by a forum with the filmmaker with Vina Lanzona and Vernadette Gonzalez from the Center for Philippine Studies at UHM. Sayles is an award-winning director, writer, actor and author. He is credited with … Continue reading
John Sayles – known as one of the country’s godfathers of the independent film movement – has been named as the 2014 Dan and Maggie Inouye Distinguished Chair in Democratic Ideals. He will be giving a free public presentation about … Continue reading
Please join us on February 7th for our first American Studies’ Open House for the semester.
The Department of American Studies is pleased to announce the recipients of the department’s Graduate Scholarship Awards for outstanding work. Congratulations to all the awardees! American Studies Outreach Dissertation Fellowship Award ($10,000) Erline “Sunny” Greer American Studies Outreach … Continue reading
Event information can be found in the link below. We hope you can join us! Experts at the Palace Schedule
Congratulations to American Studies MA student Yanli Luo, who has been awarded the K.S. Cheng Memorial Scholarship by the College of Arts and Sciences Office of Community and Alumni Relations.