BGSU established the American Culture Studies PhD program in 1978, among the earliest of its kind. From its inception, the ACS PhD program had a strong interdisciplinary focus, drawing faculty from across the BGSU campus and attracting students from across the US and world. Today the ACS program is the flagship program for interdisciplinary study in the humanities and social sciences at BGSU and a leading innovator in the cultural studies field nationally.
Please note that the content of this page does not necessarily constitute a comprehensive list of all faculty publications produced by this department.
Submissions from 2011
Little Founders on the Small Screen: Interpreting a Multicultural American Revolution for Children’s Television, Andrew M. Schocket
Submissions from 2010
American Revolution: New Directions for a New Century, Andrew M. Schocket
Submissions from 2008
New Approaches to the Founding of the Sierra Leone Colony, 1786–1808, Isaac Land and Andrew M. Schocket
Submissions from 2005
Thinking about Elites in the Early Republic, Andrew M. Schocket
Submissions from 2002
Consolidating Power: Technology, Ideology, and Philadelphia's Growth in the Early Republic, Andrew M. Schocket