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American Studies: An Overview
The term American studies, often treated as a singular rather than plural noun, has been most conventionally used to refer to the seven-decade-old institutionalized academic movement devoted to the multi-, inter-, and transdisciplinary study, both in and outside the United States, of U.S. society and culture.
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