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University of Denver. American Studies Program



American Studies program established in 1967.

“New Major to Interpret American Culture, People,” The University of Denver Clarion, vol. 71, no. 24, January 13, 1967, pages 1, 3.

Found in 4 Collections and/or Records:

American Studies Program Records

Identifier: U001

This collection contains administrative and business records of the American Studies Program at the University of Denver, collected from 1965 to 1983. The program was converted to the Women's Studies program in 1984 due to budget difficulties at the university.

Dates: 1965-1983

The Denver Clarion, vol. 71, issue 24, 1967 January 13

Identifier: clarion_v071i24_19670113

New Major to Interpret American Culture, People. Education Evaluated – Peace Corps Suggests Reforms. Pair of Amendments Proposed to Change AUSA Constitution. Buchtel Lecture – Spilka Shows Relations Between Religion and Prejudice. Senate Academic Affairs Considers Use of GRE.

Dates: 1967 January 13

The Denver Clarion, vol. 73, issue 11, 1968 October 21

Identifier: clarion_v073i11_19681021

Zall says DU stays tax free. AAUP meeting panel discusses Bill, explains administration’s position. Few problems can be solved by spending, Eckelberry says. American Studies major explores character, literature, institutions. Academic situation studied.

Dates: 1968 October 21

The Denver Clarion, vol. 78, issue 33, 1973 November 14

Identifier: clarion_v078i33_19731114

Grocery clerk strike end marks union victory. American Studies program to offer introductory course. Cancer Society recruiting blood here. Visitors to tour DU.

Dates: 1973 November 14