Matt Delmont wrote an essay on the racial legacy of Dick Clark’s American Bandstand titled “Clark Aids Blacks on Bandstand? Not always. A historian on the complex racial legacy of the music show Dick Clark hosted.”
The Mount Vernon Hotel Museum and Garden offers two summer fellowships for undergraduate or graduate students interested in American Studies, U.S. History, Museum Studies, Education, or Historic Preservation.
The 5-C American Studies Program is hosting a panel discussion at the Pomona College Museum of Art on “Mexico in the U.S.: Art and Politics After the Mexican Revolution,” on November 18, 2010 at 4:15 pm,
American Studies student liaisons Kristen Trofa, along with American Studies junior and future liaison Clara Shelton, helped spread the word about the major at Pomona College’s Admissions Fair on Stover Walk on April 15.