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AMST 500: Theory and Methods

This guide is for students in Penn State Harrisburg's AMST 500 taught by Dr. Charles Kupfer. It is intended to assist students with introductory graduate work in American Studies.

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Library of Congress Classification (American Studies)

  • AM 10-100: Museums
  • BL 2500-2592: American Religion
  • E 11-143: American History: Native American and General U.S. History
  • F 1-975: American History: Regional and Local U.S. History (Pennsylvania is F146-160)
  • GR: Folklore (Folktales is GR 15-550)
  • GT: Manners and Customs: Costumes, Dress, Holidays, and Festivals
  • GV: Recreation: Sports, Games and Amusements, and Dancing
  • HQ: Family, Marriage, and Sexuality
  • M: Music
  • N-NA: Visual Culture/Fine Arts and Architecture
  • P 87-96: Communication and Mass Media
  • PN 1993-1999: Film and Film Studies
  • PR-PS: English and American Literature
  • TR: Photography
  • TR 845-899: Cinematography
  • TT: Handicrafts, Arts and Crafts, Fashion, Beauty Culture, and Sewing
  • TX: Home Economics: Cooking and Nutrition (American Cooking is TX 715)