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Salzburg Seminar American Studies Alumni Association: Redefining America: Race, Ethnicity and Immigration 
SSASAA - American Approaches to Europe and Beyond: Policies and Patterns
26 Oct - 30 Oct, 2007
 SSASAA - Transnationalism and Immigration Shock in American Society and Literature

Faculty:
Ron Clifton Ron Clifton (Chair)

Adjunct Professor of American Studies and former Associate Vice President; Stetson University, Deland, Florida; retired Counselor, Senior Foreign Service of the United States

Andrew Cayton Andrew Cayton

Distinguished Professor of History, Miami University of Ohio; author (with Fred Anderson) of The Dominion of War: Liberty and Empire in North America, 1500-2000 (2005), awarded Washington Post Best Book of 2005

Detlef Junker Detlef Junker

Founding Director, Heidelberg Center for American Studies; former Director, German Historical Institute, Washington, D.C.

Peter Onuf Peter Onuf

Thomas Jefferson Foundation Professor, Dept. of History, University of Virginia; author of The Mind of Thomas Jefferson (2007); Across the Continent: Geopolitics, Science, and Culture Conflicts in the Making of America (with D. Seefeldt and J. Hantman (2004)

Maurizio Vaudagna Maurizio Vaudagna

(Keynote Speaker) Professor of Contemporary History, University of Eastern Piedmont, Cercelli, Italy; director, "Piero Bairati" Center in European-American Studies; editor, "The Place of Europe in American History: Twentieth Century Perspectives" (2007); editor (with R.L. Moore) ...

Edward Widmer Ted Widmer

Director, John Carter Brown Library, Brown University; Special Assistant to the President for National Security Affairs and Director for Speechwriting, National Security Council, under former President Clinton, 1997-2000

Allan Winkler Allan Winkler

Distinguished Professor of History, Miami University of Ohio; author of Franklin D. Roosevelt and the Making of Modern America, 2005; faculty member, Salzburg Seminar Session on Political Leadership and Media Democracy (2000)

 
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Sustainability and the City: America and the Urban World
26 Sep - 30 Sep, 2013
Screening America: Film and Television in the 21st Century
15 Nov - 19 Nov, 2012
Resistance and Readiness: Immigration, Nativism and the Challenge of Ethnic and Religious Diversity in the US and Europe Today
27 Sep - 01 Oct, 2012
Continuity and Change in US Presidential Foreign Policy: Plans, Policies and Doctrines
06 Oct - 10 Oct, 2011
American Studies Symposium -To Honor Emory Elliott: "American Literary History in a New Key"
24 Sep - 28 Sep, 2010
American Studies Symposium-Globalization and American Popular Culture
25 Sep - 28 Sep, 2009
 


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