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Reunions 2012 Event

Divas, Darlings, and Dames:
Women in Broadway Musicals of the 1960s
The image of the Single Girl – sassy, sexual, and employed – was a staple of 1960s popular culture. Broadway musicals, including Oliver!, Man of La Mancha, Mame, Hello, Dolly!, Cabaret, and Sweet Charity, presented singing and dancing versions of this figure. How did the performance of femininity on Broadway converse with U.S. culture in the mid-1960’s?
Join Stacy Wolf, Professor of Theater in the Lewis Center for the Arts, Director of the Princeton Atelier, and author of Changed for Good: A Feminist History of the Broadway Musical, for a multi-media presentation.
Friday, June 1
12:00 noon – 1:00 p.m.
 101 McCormick Hall
The program will be followed by an informal reception in 42 McCosh


Below are several pictures from our Alumni Day event:


Reunions 2011 Event

Teachers and Teachers Unions:  Road or Roadblock to Education Reform
A conversation which featured perspectives from the academy, the field, and the audience. 
See here for more information.
Hosted by AMS Program Director Dirk Hartog, the panel included current faculty and alumni who are prominent in the field of education
Friday, May 27, 11:00-12:30 in 101 McCormick Hall
The program was followed by an informal reception in 42 McCosh

Click here for the text of Leslie Gerwin's remarks.

Dirk Hartog, far left, with Janella Hinds, Leslie Gerwin, Paul Frymer, Earl Kim, and Jason Kamras

Panelists Janella Hinds, Jason Kamras, and Earl Kim


Alumni News

Singer-Songwriter Anthony D'Amato '10 with Prof. Paul Muldoon
See link

Reunions 2010 Event

What We Learn about America from American Art 

Many alum joined Professor Rachael DeLue for a tour of Princeton’s American Art Collection on Friday, May 28, 10:30-11:30 a.m. in the Art Museum 

The program was followed by an informal reception in 42 McCosh.

American Studies Alumni interested in joining our Alumni email list should contact the Program Manager, Judith Ferszt at