American Studies Association of Texas
The American Studies Association of Texas (founded 1956) is the Texas regional affiliate
of the national American Studies Association. It is dedicated to the study of and
promotion of all areas of American studies.
It holds yearly conferences, publishes a journal (JASAT, Journal of the American Studies Association of Texas), and supports all aspects of American studies in the State of Texas. However, its membership is not limited to people residing in or near Texas. It draws members from all over the United States.
ASAT celebrated its fiftieth anniversary at its 2006 Conference in Waco, Texas. For a history of ASAT, go here.
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