The American Studies Association offers many resources to support pedagogy, professionalization, and institutional leadership.
To provide members with increasingly relevant and expanding forms of support, the resources published here will change as more areas of focus find direction, input, and implementation among the membership.
The ASA organizes various forms of institutional support as part of its advocacy of members and the field—including targeted forms of support and rapid response for American studies departments, programs, and centers.
The pedagogy resources found here are intended to support, challenge, and inspire teachers engaged in American studies pedagogy—and maintain a wide and robust conversation on pedagogical practice within the field.
Resources for professionalization connect members with opportunities for which a degree in American studies is either a requirement or a strong asset, and provide original research on topics related to professionalization.