American Spaces are open-access learning and gathering places around the world that promote interaction – both in-person and virtual – among local audiences and the United States. More than 600 American Spaces are located in universities, shopping malls, libraries and other public places, as well as on embassy compounds, in more than 140 countries.
In a welcoming American-themed environment, American Spaces deliver compelling programs and activities on a wide range of themes and topics — everything from free internet access to objective news publications to advanced technology to programs on freedom of cultural expression. For example, visitors may find
TJIC maintains and coordinates a network of university-based American Corners in key locations throughout the Philippines. American Corners have books, maps, posters, periodicals, materials produced and published by the U.S. Department of State, CD-ROM, audio and video tapes, and online databases that provide a wide array of information about the United States.
An electronic version of the map is available for those who want to locate an American Corner [PDF 434KB]