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Business


View Resource Lean Thinker's Series

Lean Thinker's Series

View Resource "Economic Knowledge, Capitalist Mythologies � About Supply and Demand, For Instance: How Economic Textbooks Have Come to Teach Students to Not Think about Labor Exploitation"

"Progressive commentators on our Great Recession-notably Paul Krugman and Charles Ferguson-have sought to link our recession to the rise of one school of economics (""efficient market theory""). This...

View Resource "Narrating the Crisis: The Great Recession, the ""Money Trust,"" and the Politics of Economic Reform"

"Narrating the Crisis: The Great Recession, the ""Money Trust,"" and the Politics of Economic Reform"

View Resource Flexibility Within the Regulations/The Michigan Initiative

"This session will discuss exercising flexibility within federal regulations and the development, implementation, and monitoring of two demonstration projects for non-federally sponsored research at...

View Resource FDA Regulations - An Overview of FDA Sponsor-Investigator Responsibilities and One Institution's Approach to Providing Assistance to Help Ease the Burden

"Representatives from the FDA will provide an overview of investigator responsibilities for conducting clinical trials involving investigational drugs and/or devices. The University of...

View Resource Shortening IRB Review Timelines

This session will focus on strategies to help shorten review times for investigators submitting IRB applications. The presenters will describe efforts to assess review timelines at the University of...

View Resource "Authentication, Authorization and Business Process Support"

Web lecture

View Resource A Comparison of Ex Ante versus Ex Post Vertical Market Power: Evidence from the Electrical Supply Industry

"This talk will demonstrate that because the widespread availability of data, well-defined market rules and history of regulatory oversight allow a more detailed study of many aspects of the...

View Resource Economics

Economics lectures

View Resource Upheaval in Financial Markets

A panel of distinguished alumni from the University of Michigan Department of Economics address the ongoing crisis in U.S. financial markets.

Engineering


View Resource Dynamics of Science and Technology in Africa

"Introduction by Dave Munson, Dean of the U-M College of Engineering"

View Resource Intelligent Machines and Smart Products

"Intelligent machines and smart products (i.e., mechatronic systems embedded with knowledge about the system dynamic behavior) are becoming ubiquitous. First, several examples from past research are...

View Resource International Experience for Engineering Students at the University of Michigan

"David Munson, Dean of College of Engineering Internationalization and Undergraduate Education"

Fine Arts


View Resource Concerning Contemporary African Art: A Critique and Variations on a Theme

"Atta Kwami comments on contemporary and historical art practice in Africa and beyond in order to share knowledge and understanding of ideas and methods of research relevant to his work. As he...

View Resource South African Photographer Santu Mofokeng in Conversation with Adam Ashforth

"Santu Mofokeng, one of South Africa�s most prominent photographers, began his work as a documentarian of the anti-Apartheid struggle. He eventually decided to leave the field of overly political...

View Resource Post-Modern Opera - Welcome to the 21st Century

The history of opera took a strong left turn with Robert Wilson/Philip Glass' opera Einstein on the Beach. But around that same time Fluxus-related composers such as John Cage and Robert Ashley were...

View Resource Art in the Public Realm - Find it Ann Arbor

"Margaret Parker, Elaine Sims, and Larry Cressman have all been active on the Ann Arbor Public Art Commission, representing the community and the University. Margaret Parker is an artist and a...

View Resource Poetry in Motion: The 100-year History of a Zanzibari Orchestra

"Brown Bag Lectures, Fall 2008: Remaking Heritage"

View Resource The Masquerading Uncanny

"First lecture in the Department of the History of Art's Symposium ""The Experience and Use of Wonder"" (Prof. Strother did not want to be recorded)"

View Resource Divine Surprise: Wonder and Astonishment in Yoruba and Kongo Art

"Robert Farris Thompson's ecture in the Department of the History of Art's Symposium ""The Experience and Use of Wonder"""

View Resource Misremembering the Future: Wonder and the Imaginary Twentieth Century

"Lecture in the Department of the History of Art's Symposium ""The Experience and Use of Wonder"""

View Resource Introduction

"Introduction to the Department of the History of Art's Symposium ""The Experience and Use of Wonder"""

View Resource "The Tinker's Curse: Industry, Artisans, and Tricks of the Trade"

"Lecture in the Department of the History of Art's Symposium ""The Experience and Use of Wonder"""

Health & Medicine


View Resource Measure of the Heart: Creative Caregiving

"In 2005, Mary Ellen Geist, an accomplished and respected career person, left her high-powered radio job in New York City to return home to Michigan to care for her father, who is suffering from...

View Resource "An Ethics Enigma? Consent, Privacy, Return of Results and Whole Genome Research Keynote"

"Timothy Caulfield has been Research Director of the Health Law Institute at the University of Alberta, since 1993. In 2001 he received a Canada Research Chair in Health Law and Policy. He is also a...

View Resource "Caught in the Crossfire: The Politics, Policy and Science of Protecting Healthcare Workers"

"Trish M. Perl, MD, MSc, Professor, Department of Medicine, Infectious Diseases, Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, and Department of Epidemiology, Bloomberg School of Hygiene, Johns...

View Resource "Commentary on An Ethics Enigma? Consent, Privacy, Return of Results and Whole Genome Research"

"Dr. Kardia's main research interests are in the genetic epidemiology of cardiovascular disease and its risk factors. She is particularly interested in gene-environment and gene-gene interactions and...

View Resource "Discussion: An Ethics Enigma? Consent, Privacy, Return of Results and Whole Genome Research"

"Dr. Timothy Caulfield and Dr. Sharon Kardia answer audience questions and discuss issues related to ethics and privacy. Moderator: Wendy Uhlmann, Adult Medical Genetics Clinic; UM Medical School"

View Resource "Lock 'Em Up - Mass Incarcerations, Health and Human Rights"

"Josiah D. Rich, MD, MPH, is Professor of Medicine and Community Health, Brown University Medical School and Director of The Center for Prisoner Health and Human Rights at The Miriam Hospital"

View Resource "Scientific perspective: Bloodspots, storage, and the promise of genetic research"

"Jim Resau, PhD Van Andel Institute, Deputy Director for Special Programs, Division Director of Quantitative Sciences, and Distinguished Scientific Investigator"

View Resource "The Politics of Sex, Rights, and Freedom in Contemporary Anti-Trafficking Campaigns"

"Elizabeth Bernstein is Assistant Professor of Sociology, Columbia University"

View Resource "Thomas Francis, Jr. and his Contributions to the Public's Health"

"Howard Markel, MD, PhD, George E. Wantz Distinguished Professor of the History of Medicine; Professor of Pediatrics and Communicable Diseases; Professor of Psychiatry; Professor of History;...

View Resource "Thomas Francis, Jr. Memorial Lecture - The Francis Legacy in the 21st Century"

"Arnold S. Monto, MD, Thomas Francis Jr. Collegiate Professor of Epidemiology, University of Michigan School of Public Health "

History


View Resource Caught in the Act: Spells and Imagery of Erotic Magic in 17th-Century Russia

"The evil deeds and sexual depravity of witches fascinated visual artists in early modern Western and Central Europe during the time of the witch trials, and a lurid array of paintings, drawings, and...

View Resource The Government of God and the Economics of Moses: Painting the Exodus in the Age of Reform in Britain

"During the 1820s three British artists made monumental paintings based on the biblical narrative of the Israelite exodus from Egypt. John Martin, Francis Danby, and David Roberts each created...

View Resource "The Shakespearean Circle: Lawyers, Literary Criticism, and Professional Self-Fashioning in Late Imperial Russia"

"Yana Arnold specializes in Slavic Languages and Literatures This talk explores the literary activities of Russian lawyers within the Shakespearean circle, a literary body which was founded by the...

View Resource The Book as Such in the Russian Avant-Garde

"Since the 1970s, scholarship on the historical avant-gardes has extended well beyond painting to encompass the illustrated book and other forms of print media. Yet modernist studies still pays...

View Resource English Literature of the Early Qing Dynasty

"China played a leading role in Goethe's conceptualization of world literature, but has hovered uncomfortably on the margins ever since. The conundrum posed by China in conceptions of world...

View Resource "The Two Lives of Michel Vincent, a French Colonist in Saint-Domingue (c 1730-1804)"

"When the life of an ordinary man intersects with important events or, more typically, goes its own way in its own time, it leaves documents that open new ways of reading the past. It also provides...

View Resource "God I Miss the Cold War! Memory, Nostalgia, and Global Disorder since 1989"

"Penny Von Eschen is Professor of History and American Culture at the University of Michigan. She is the author of Satchmo Blows Up the World: Jazz Ambassadors Play the Cold War, Harvard University...

View Resource "Concentration Camps, Matter of Fashion: Theresienstadt in Nazi Bohemia and Boven Digoel in Colonial Dutch East Indies, 1927-1945"

"Rudolf Mrazek is Professor of History, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts"

View Resource Zora Neale Hurston's Environmental History

"There has been a strong tendency in scholarship on African America to associate rural southern nature, and the folk cultures which emerged in close response to such a nature, as evolutionarily prior...

View Resource An Enslaved Baby Named Souffrance (pain): History of Slavery and Paucity of Documents

"Professor H�brard is the Norman Freehling Visiting Professor at the Institute for the Humanities. He is co-author with Anne-Marie Charier of Discours sur la lecture 1880-1980, a study of reading...

Humanities


View Resource Come Back Africa (1959): From America to Africa and Back Again

"Litheko Modisane explores one of the icons of South African cinema by American independent filmmaker Lionel Rogosin, made in collaboration with Sophiatown intellectuals Lewis Nkosi, Bloke Modisane,...

View Resource Caught in the Act: Spells and Imagery of Erotic Magic in 17th-Century Russia

"The evil deeds and sexual depravity of witches fascinated visual artists in early modern Western and Central Europe during the time of the witch trials, and a lurid array of paintings, drawings, and...

View Resource Concerning Contemporary African Art: A Critique and Variations on a Theme

"Atta Kwami comments on contemporary and historical art practice in Africa and beyond in order to share knowledge and understanding of ideas and methods of research relevant to his work. As he...

View Resource The Government of God and the Economics of Moses: Painting the Exodus in the Age of Reform in Britain

"During the 1820s three British artists made monumental paintings based on the biblical narrative of the Israelite exodus from Egypt. John Martin, Francis Danby, and David Roberts each created...

View Resource "Children as Spoils of War: Displaced Children, Ethnic Cleansing, and International Humanitarianism in Twentieth-Century Europe"

"Tara Zahra is an Assistant Professor of East European History at the University of Chicago In the twentieth century, the loss and recovery of children was central to the experiences of war and...

View Resource "The Shakespearean Circle: Lawyers, Literary Criticism, and Professional Self-Fashioning in Late Imperial Russia"

"Yana Arnold specializes in Slavic Languages and Literatures This talk explores the literary activities of Russian lawyers within the Shakespearean circle, a literary body which was founded by the...

View Resource We Are Exactly What We Seem - Notes on Interpreting a Black Property Rights Movement

"Drawing from his research on mid-twentieth century South Florida and the broader Jim Crow South, Nathan Connolly demonstrates how the history of black property rights revises several assumptions...

View Resource "Animals, Mothers, and Medieval France"

"In medieval France, as in medieval Europe more generally, writers maintain a rigid boundary between the animal and the human even as they constantly interrogate it. Stories about werewolves and...

View Resource "Trusting Masters, Faithful Captives - Ransom and Credit in the Early-Modern Mediterranean"

"This talk examines the problem of trust and trade across the sea in the context of captivity and ransom in early-modern North Africa. Scholars have assumed that in seventeenth-century Spain, ransom...

View Resource The Book as Such in the Russian Avant-Garde

"Since the 1970s, scholarship on the historical avant-gardes has extended well beyond painting to encompass the illustrated book and other forms of print media. Yet modernist studies still pays...

Language


View Resource The New Faces of Ladino in Latin America Today: Language Revival and National Identity

"Spanyolit, or Ladino, the vernacular Judeo-Spanish, has been living its death sentence for quite a number of years. And yet, it has been the language of choice for a series of works appearing in...

View Resource "Influence, Hybridization, or Transculturation? Muslims, Jews and Christians in the Music of Medieval Spain"

"Dwight Reynolds is Professor of Arabic Language and Literature at the University of California, Santa Barbara. He received his Ph.D. from the University of Pennsylvania, and his central interests...

View Resource Developing Assignments for Collaborative Student Web Projects

"Presentation by David Porter, University of Michigan English Language and Literature; Comparative Literature."

Literature


View Resource Developing Assignments for Collaborative Student Web Projects

"Presentation by David Porter, University of Michigan English Language and Literature; Comparative Literature."

View Resource Still Life: A Poetry Reading

"Gregerson's poetry has been described in The New York Times as ""supple"" and ""incandescent."" From subjects as diverse as an old man's improvised cure for arthritis and a wartime bombing in...

View Resource Music and mathematics

"Brown Bag Lectures, Fall 2008: Complicit�"

View Resource How Do You Know that You Know? Making Believe in Mathematics

"Distinguished University Professorship lecture. A larger version of the video portion of this presentation is also available for viewing. An audio-only version of this presentation is also...

Physics


View Resource Student Summer Lectures 2000

Student Summer Lectures 2000

View Resource "Matter Condensed: Science, Emergence & Society"

"Through semiconductor nano-technology, condensed matter science has had a profound impact on society. Equally profound, it also provides elegant paradigms of the cooperative emergent phenomena...

View Resource "Matter Condensed: Science, Technology & Society"

"Through semiconductor nano-technology, condensed matter science has had a profound impact on society. Equally profound, it also provides elegant paradigms of the cooperative emergent phenomena...

View Resource A Better Future through Annihilation: Positrons in Materials Science

"When they meet, matter and antimatter annihilate in a manner that reveals not only basic science but also provides practical application. The reality of antimatter is as rich as that presented in...

View Resource Gone in 140 Nanoseconds: the Measurement of a Lifetime

"When they meet, matter and antimatter annihilate in a manner that reveals not only basic science but also provides practical application. The reality of antimatter is as rich as that presented ...

View Resource Gamma-Ray Bursts: Special Relativity in the Brightest Explosions

"These talks will explain Special Relativity and its consequences for high-energy astronomy, including apparently superluminal jets and intense gamma-ray flashes."

View Resource Observing Special Relativistic Effects Directly in Astronomy

"These talks will explain Special Relativity and its consequences for high-energy astronomy, including apparently superluminal jets and intense gamma-ray flashes."

View Resource Special Relativity: Where Do Stretched Time and Squeezed Length Come From?

"These talks will explain Special Relativity and its consequences for high-energy astronomy, including apparently superluminal jets and intense gamma-ray flashes."

View Resource Origins

"Normally a scientist will not engage in speculations about the world around us and in particular not about the origin thereof. He will stick to reproducible facts, and try to produce definite...

View Resource Into the Dark: The Long Term Future of Our Dying Universe

"What will happen when the Universe burns out? We will examine the evolution of planets, stars, galaxies, and the universe itself over time scales that greatly exceed the current cosmic age. After...

Physics


View Resource Student Summer Lectures 2000

Student Summer Lectures 2000

View Resource "Matter Condensed: Science, Emergence & Society"

"Through semiconductor nano-technology, condensed matter science has had a profound impact on society. Equally profound, it also provides elegant paradigms of the cooperative emergent phenomena...

View Resource "Matter Condensed: Science, Technology & Society"

"Through semiconductor nano-technology, condensed matter science has had a profound impact on society. Equally profound, it also provides elegant paradigms of the cooperative emergent phenomena...

View Resource A Better Future through Annihilation: Positrons in Materials Science

"When they meet, matter and antimatter annihilate in a manner that reveals not only basic science but also provides practical application. The reality of antimatter is as rich as that presented in...

View Resource Gone in 140 Nanoseconds: the Measurement of a Lifetime

"When they meet, matter and antimatter annihilate in a manner that reveals not only basic science but also provides practical application. The reality of antimatter is as rich as that presented ...

View Resource Gamma-Ray Bursts: Special Relativity in the Brightest Explosions

"These talks will explain Special Relativity and its consequences for high-energy astronomy, including apparently superluminal jets and intense gamma-ray flashes."

View Resource Observing Special Relativistic Effects Directly in Astronomy

"These talks will explain Special Relativity and its consequences for high-energy astronomy, including apparently superluminal jets and intense gamma-ray flashes."

View Resource Special Relativity: Where Do Stretched Time and Squeezed Length Come From?

"These talks will explain Special Relativity and its consequences for high-energy astronomy, including apparently superluminal jets and intense gamma-ray flashes."

View Resource Origins

"Normally a scientist will not engage in speculations about the world around us and in particular not about the origin thereof. He will stick to reproducible facts, and try to produce definite...

View Resource Into the Dark: The Long Term Future of Our Dying Universe

"What will happen when the Universe burns out? We will examine the evolution of planets, stars, galaxies, and the universe itself over time scales that greatly exceed the current cosmic age. After...

Physics


View Resource Student Summer Lectures 2000

Student Summer Lectures 2000

View Resource "Matter Condensed: Science, Emergence & Society"

"Through semiconductor nano-technology, condensed matter science has had a profound impact on society. Equally profound, it also provides elegant paradigms of the cooperative emergent phenomena...

View Resource "Matter Condensed: Science, Technology & Society"

"Through semiconductor nano-technology, condensed matter science has had a profound impact on society. Equally profound, it also provides elegant paradigms of the cooperative emergent phenomena...

View Resource A Better Future through Annihilation: Positrons in Materials Science

"When they meet, matter and antimatter annihilate in a manner that reveals not only basic science but also provides practical application. The reality of antimatter is as rich as that presented in...

View Resource Gone in 140 Nanoseconds: the Measurement of a Lifetime

"When they meet, matter and antimatter annihilate in a manner that reveals not only basic science but also provides practical application. The reality of antimatter is as rich as that presented ...

View Resource Gamma-Ray Bursts: Special Relativity in the Brightest Explosions

"These talks will explain Special Relativity and its consequences for high-energy astronomy, including apparently superluminal jets and intense gamma-ray flashes."

View Resource Observing Special Relativistic Effects Directly in Astronomy

"These talks will explain Special Relativity and its consequences for high-energy astronomy, including apparently superluminal jets and intense gamma-ray flashes."

View Resource Special Relativity: Where Do Stretched Time and Squeezed Length Come From?

"These talks will explain Special Relativity and its consequences for high-energy astronomy, including apparently superluminal jets and intense gamma-ray flashes."

View Resource Origins

"Normally a scientist will not engage in speculations about the world around us and in particular not about the origin thereof. He will stick to reproducible facts, and try to produce definite...

View Resource Into the Dark: The Long Term Future of Our Dying Universe

"What will happen when the Universe burns out? We will examine the evolution of planets, stars, galaxies, and the universe itself over time scales that greatly exceed the current cosmic age. After...

Science


View Resource Operation and data taking organization at Point 1: Level 2 alarms strategy and organization

ATLAS Week Web Lecture

View Resource Comments and Discovery in Science

Lecture by Mary Sue Coleman

View Resource Data Sensitivity Analysis

"Alex Kanous is Operations Manager of the Data Sharing & Intellectual Capital (DSIC) Knowledge Center, part of the National Cancer Institute's caBIG initiative located at the University of Michigan. ...

View Resource Dynamics of Science and Technology in Africa

"Introduction by Dave Munson, Dean of the U-M College of Engineering"

View Resource Exercise as an approach to weight control

"Conference lecture 3, Katarina Borer"

View Resource Exercise energy expenditure and appetite

"Conference lecture 2, Katarina Borer"

View Resource John Vandermeer

"Professor Vandermeer teaches in the department of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology in the school of Literature, Science and the Arts. He has been awarded the Asa Gray Distinguished University...

View Resource Lecture Capture at the Dental School

"Dan Bruell is the Director of Digital Learning Services at the Dental School, which uses Apple's Podcast Producer lecture capture systems and iTunes U for distribution. Referenced sites: ...

View Resource Lecture Capture at the Medical School

John Westfall and Roger Burns are in the LRC Office of Medical Education. Content of these materials is restricted to official business of the University of Michigan. All rights reserved....

View Resource Lecture Capture at the Ross School of Business

"Edwards Adams is Chief Technology Officer and Director, Computing Services of the Ross School of Business, which uses MediaSite lecture capture systems. Content of these materials is restricted...

Social Science


View Resource Walkers in the City - Young Jewish Women with Cameras

"Beginning in the mid-1930s, a number of young American Jewish women picked up cameras to photograph their urban world. They learned their craft at the New York Photo League (1936-1951), a largely...

View Resource Arming Black America: Race and Citizenship in the Era of Dred Scott v. Sandford

"The U.S. Supreme Court�s 1857 decision in Dred Scott v. Sandford has for too long served as a narrow window onto the citizenship of African Americans before the Civil War. The case itself has been...

View Resource "Between Talk of the Real and the Fake - Constituting ""Spirit Possession"" in the Black Atlantic"

"Paul Johnson, Center for Afroamerican and African Studies"

View Resource Q and A with audience

"George Shirley, Emeritus Professor of Voice, SMTD Betty Anne Younker, Associate Professor of Music Education and Associate Dean for Academic Affairs, SMTD Marie McCarthy,Professor and Chair of...

View Resource The Musicians of Motown: Their Lives and Contributions

"Marie McCarthy is Professor and Chair of Music Education, SMTD With special reference to Jazz Pianist and native Detroiter Geri Allen"

View Resource Reflections on the Influences that Helped Define Motown

"Betty Anne Younker is Associate Professor of Music Education and Associate Dean for Academic Affairs, SMTD"

View Resource When Detroit Set the Tone

"Introduction by Lori Brooks, Assistant Professor of Afro-American and African Studies and Assistant Professor of American Culture George Shirley is the Joseph Edgar Maddy Distinguished University...

View Resource Thinking about Change in the Global Era

"Is change a social event or something that happens first in individual minds? Do we think about change differently now that we think of ourselves as living in an era of globalization? Using three...

View Resource Thinking about Change in the Global Era - Q and A

Professor Hunt answers questions and discusses her latest book.

View Resource "Influence, Hybridization, or Transculturation? Muslims, Jews and Christians in the Music of Medieval Spain"

"Dwight Reynolds is Professor of Arabic Language and Literature at the University of California, Santa Barbara. He received his Ph.D. from the University of Pennsylvania, and his central interests...

Society


View Resource "Between Talk of the Real and the Fake - Constituting ""Spirit Possession"" in the Black Atlantic"

"Paul Johnson, Center for Afroamerican and African Studies"

View Resource A Crisis for the Cinema: Screening HIV/AIDS in South Africa

"South African Media and the State of Things - the impact of HIV on the film industry. A large version of this presentation is available for viewing."

View Resource "An Ethics Enigma? Consent, Privacy, Return of Results and Whole Genome Research Keynote"

"Timothy Caulfield has been Research Director of the Health Law Institute at the University of Alberta, since 1993. In 2001 he received a Canada Research Chair in Health Law and Policy. He is also a...

View Resource "The Politics of Sex, Rights, and Freedom in Contemporary Anti-Trafficking Campaigns"

"Elizabeth Bernstein is Assistant Professor of Sociology, Columbia University"

View Resource The Peace Corps - A True Story

Donna McCauley will talk about her 8 months in Africa.

View Resource The W. K. Kellogg Foundation International Activities

"Gail McClure, Vice President for International Programs, and Ted Chen, Director of Learning and Innovation of the W. K. Kellogg Foundation discuss the Foundation's support of programs in Central...

View Resource Information for Development in a Post-Development Era: (Notes from the African Knowledge Infrastructures Project)

Part of Community Information Corps Fall 2008 Seminar Series

View Resource "Lwandle, Sun City and the Re-Making of Apartheid's Heritage"

"Leslie Witz is Professor of History, University of the Western Cape, South Africa"

View Resource Are Homosexuals Still Sick?

"Introduction by Mary Sue Coleman, President of the University of Michigan Professor Halperin teaches in the department of English Language and Literature in the school of Literature, Science and...

Teaching & Education


View Resource Lean Thinker's Series

Lean Thinker's Series

View Resource Connecting With Kids - Organizing Lectures to Develop Student Interest

"Robert Bain, School of Education, University of Michigan"

View Resource "Changing Ideologies of Race and Nation in Argentina and Brazil, 1900-1945"

"Paulina Alberto, Ph.D. is an Assistant Professor of Spanish, Portuguese, and History at the University of Michigan"

View Resource "Humans as Hunter-Gatherers - African Origins, Global Dispersals, and the Beginnings of Food Production"

"Teaching Globally: Comparative Approaches to World History and Geography Eras 1-3 + Foundations (through 600 CE) of the Michigan Social Studies Framework Humans as Hunter-Gatherers: African...

View Resource "Prehistory of ""Japan"" - a Latecomer in East Asia"

"Teaching Globally: Comparative Approaches to World History and Geography Eras 1-3 + Foundations (through 600 CE) of the Michigan Social Studies Framework Hitomi Tonomura, Department of History,...

View Resource "World History in General, in these Eras and these Workshops"

"Teaching Globally: Comparative Approaches to World History and Geography Eras 1-3 + Foundations (through 600 CE) of the Michigan Social Studies Framework Introduction of themes: movement, power...

View Resource "World History in General, in these Eras and these Workshops"

"Robert Bain, Ph.D., is Associate Professor in the School of Education and Department of History at the University of Michigan Teaching Globally: Comparative Approaches to World History and...

View Resource "World History in General, in these Eras and these Workshops"

"Robert Bain, Ph.D., is Associate Professor in the School of Education and Department of History at the University of Michigan Teaching Globally: Comparative Approaches to World History and...

View Resource "Zoology, Anthropology and Theories of Racial Science: The Worcester Collection of Photographs in the Early American Colonial Philippines"

"Charles Sullivan, Program Coordinator for South and Southeast Asia, Africa and the Middle East Centers, International Institute, University of Michigan"

View Resource 'The Other One-Third of the World' - The Discovery and Settlement of Oceania

"Teaching Globally: Comparative Approaches to World History and Geography Eras 1-3 + Foundations (through 600 CE) of the Michigan Social Studies Framework Damon Salesa, Department of History,...