We are excited to announce a new recurring panel series featuring our very own students, staff, alumni, and faculty highlighting the outstanding work that our MAST community does. To kick us off, we’re bringing back alumna Ann Kane Burkly (’14), alumna and staff member Annie Moye (’12), and KSU’s top archivist, Dr. Tamara Livingston to discuss how to build a digital archive either for your research and scholarship or for personal use as well.
I think it is very important for American Studies to be at the table for the college- and university-level discussions of what graduate programming is going to look like. That said, many of our long-held values are the ones being emphasized – interdisciplinarity, engagement, diversity, culture. We just have to make sure we are part of the dialogue that determines their meaning.
We here at the Master of Arts in American Studies are venturing into the blogosphere to keep you updated on what’s going on in our department and in the broader field of American Studies. We’ll bring you Student and Faculty Spotlights, Guest Bloggers, Reading lists for your breaks, and Alumni Updates in addition to generalContinue reading “Welcome to American Studies at Kennesaw State University!”