American Studies is pleased to present John Fabian Witt from Yale Law School as featured speaker on March 28, 2019, 6:00 pm at Butler Library, room 203.
Professor John Fabian Witt is the Allen H. Duffy Class of 1960, Professor of Law, Yale Law School. The lecture is free and open to the public but seating is limited.
The Center for American Studies is grateful for the support of the Jack Miller Center.
In its Fall/Winter 2018 issue, the Columbia Newsletter writes that Freedom & Citizenship "has raised the bar in developing our next generation of high school students to become 'informed, responsible citizens.'" The newsletter is published by Columbia's Office of Government and Community Affairs to provide the university's neighbors with relevant news about the campus. It can be accessed as a pdf online.
First and Second Year Prospective American Studies Majors are Invited to Attend the Annual Open House on March 4, 2019
The Center for American Studies invites you to join us at our annual Open House on Monday, March 4, 6-7 pm in room 411 Fayerweather. Come meet our team get acquainted with the American Studies program. Refreshments will also be served! Please RSVP to Angela Darling.
Freedom and Citizenship Program
Beginning in 2009, the Center for American Studies has collaborated with the Roger Lehecka Double Discovery Center on a program that introduces high school students to college-level work in the humanities and prepares them for lives as informed, responsible citizens.