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The Program in American Studies at the University of Miami fosters the interdisciplinary study of American culture and society, and explores the place of the United States in an increasingly interconnected world. Our faculty come from a wide range of fields, including history, literature, religion, art, philosophy, law, music, ethnic studies, anthropology, architecture, sociology, communications, and education. What unites them is the commitment to examining the U.S. from multiple perspectives, highlighting the diversity of people, cultures, and experiences that have shaped the past and present United States. The Program places analysis of globalization at its center, and encourages a hemispheric perspective that allows students and faculty to explore interests in the United States, the Caribbean, Latin America, the Pacific Rim, and other border crossings.

Course, Fall 2017. Religious and Cultural (In)tolerance in Contemporary America: AMS 325 J, Taught by Sanford Bohrer, Esq., Partner at Holland & Knight.
The University of Miami Program in American Studies welcomes students from any of our United Kingdom partners pursuing undergraduate degrees in American Studies.

The American Studies program is pleased to announce the launch of the Michael Carlebach Prize in American Studies.

Click here to view a list of upcoming events and speakers.