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American Studies Research Newsletter

Read about the American Studies Research Group's activities in our annual newsletter.

The newsletter is an annual publication detailing the latest news of research, publications, activities, events, and other news involving our community of American Studies scholars.

To read the latest newsletter, as well as back issues dating back to 2013, please follow the links on this page.

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