Jennifer Rogers was elated when the archivist at Doylestown's Mercer Museum gave her the go-head to transcribe the journal, which dates from Private Joseph Eisenbrey's enlistment to the end of the war.
This program combines history, literature, anthropology, folklore, and the arts to examine American society.
Students explore American culture from multiple perspectives, analyzing high and popular culture, national and regional issues, and mainstream and marginal voices.
Develop speaking, writing, and analytic abilities necessary for success in business, education, law, museum/archive work, journalism, social services, and foreign/domestic government services. Some graduates continue their education in graduate or professional schools.
Dr. Andy August
Program Chair, American Studies
Roy Robson, Ph.D.
Division Head, Arts and Humanities