I'm in the process of forming a panel for the American Studies Association meeting in Albuquerque (10/16/08 thru 10/19/08).
I'm thinking of it as a round-table discussion format, where the audience responds.
The question that your brief presentation should address is:
Given the current academic and political conditions affecting American studies, how do community college instructors integrate "multicultural, transnational, and/or public scholarship” given the structural realities of their institutions?
Working Title: "On the Frontlines of American Studies: Community Colleges and American Studies in the First Decade of the 21st Century"
Please email me for further information.
Jaime Cardenas, Jr., Ph.D.
Instructor of History
Humanities and Social Sciences
Seattle Central Community College
Seattle, WA 98122
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