American Studies is the study of various aspects of American history, society (such as racial, ethnic, and religious groups, as well as women) and culture (including literature, film and the arts) from a number of perspectives. The field, thus, is characterized by a multiplicity of both topics and methodological approaches.
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American Studies majors, therefore, both delve into the study of various US-related topics of interest to them, and acquire analytical models which they can apply in examining other cultures and societies (e.g. those of Hungary).
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Inviting everybody interested in the connection between language and culture to the lecture “Language, the cultural tool” by Prof. Dan Everett (Bentley University, USA) at noon on Monday, September 19 at our own Aud Max. The lecture will be geared towards undergraduates, so minimal previous knowledge of linguistics is required. Find more info about the […]
The Institute of English and American Studies and the Inter-American Research Center cordially invite you to the public lecture held by Christopher Machin, Cultural Attaché of the Embassy of the United States of America on “Multiculturalism from a Diplomat’s Perspective” Date: May 12th, 2016. Time: 12:00-13:00 Venue: SZTE BTK, Petőfi building, Room 5.
A Fulbright Magyar-Amerikai Oktatási Csereprogram Bizottság ismét meghirdeti ösztöndíjait. A 2017
2018as tanévre szóló programról – amelyre május 23-ig lehet jelentkezni – a Szegedi Tudományegyetemen is tartanak tájékoztatót. További információ »
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