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2008 Fall Colloquium


View Resource Freedom and Blasphemy: On Indonesian Press Bans and Danish Cartoons

"Part of the Center for Middle Eastern and North African Studies/Near Eastern Studies colloquium ""Religion and the Subversive."""

View Resource Hijacking Scriptures in Medieval Polemics

"Part of the Center for Middle Eastern and North African Studies/Near Eastern Studies colloquium ""Religion and the Subversive."" In this lecture, we survey the variety of medieval uses of...

View Resource Heresy and Islam

"Part of the Center for Middle Eastern and North African Studies colloquium ""Religion and the Subversive."""

View Resource Humor and subversion in Persian Sufi tradition

"Part of the Center for Middle Eastern and North African Studies/Near Eastern Studies colloquium ""Religion and the Subversive."""

View Resource Unintended consequences: US cold war policy and Afghanistan's holy warriors

"Part of the Center for Middle Eastern and North African Studies/Near Eastern Studies colloquium ""Religion and the Subversive."""

View Resource Apologetic and polemic darwinism in the middle east

"Part of the Center for Middle Eastern and North African Studies/Near Eastern Studies colloquium ""Religion and the Subversive."""

View Resource The Power and Problem of the Image: Depictions of the Prophet Muhammad in Islamic Traditions

"Part of the Center for Middle Eastern and North African Studies/Near Eastern Studies colloquium ""Religion and the Subversive."""

View Resource Jewish Notions of Idolatry and their Function in the Religious Landscape of the Roman Mediterranean

"Part of the Center for Middle Eastern and North African Studies/Near Eastern Studies colloquium ""Religion and the Subversive."""

View Resource Blasphemy in Defense of Piety?

"Part of the Center for Middle Eastern and North African Studies/Near Eastern Studies colloquium ""Religion and the Subversive."""

View Resource "Time, Dreams and Laughter: Snapshots of the Subversive in Jewish Mystical Tradition (and its aftershocks)"

"A lecture by Dr. Elliot Ginsberg, Associate Professor of Jewish Thought, Department of Near Eastern Studies, University of Michigan. Part of the Center for Middle Eastern and North African...

2009 Fall Colloquium - War and Warfare in the Middle East: Past and Present


View Resource The Muslim Conquest of Byzantine North Africa in the Seventh Century

"Walter E. Kaegi, University of Chicago, Department of History The region of the Middle/Near East and North Africa has witnessed numerous wars and armed conflicts since ancient times up to the...

View Resource Jihad

"Sherman Jackson, University of Michigan, Department of Near Eastern Studies The region of the Middle/Near East and North Africa has witnessed numerous wars and armed conflicts since ancient times...

View Resource The Rise of the Middle East in the Time of the Crusade

"Stefan Heidemann, Visiting Professor, Islamic Artistic & Material Culture, Bard College"

View Resource Warfare in the Ancient Near East

"Mark Schwartz, Anthropology Department, Grand Valley State University The region of the Middle/Near East and North Africa has witnessed numerous wars and armed conflicts since ancient times up to...

View Resource The Last Thirty Years of the Kurdish Question in Turkey through Abdulah Ocalan's Biography

"The region of the Middle/Near East and North Africa has witnessed numerous wars and armed conflicts since ancient times up to the present. Some were a result of territorial expansion by imperial...

View Resource The Ottoman Empire and the Culture of War

"Virgina Aksan, McMaster University ""The Ottoman Empire and the Culture of War"" Part of the Center for Middle Eastern and North African Studies Colloquium ""War and Warfare in the Middle East:...

View Resource German Jihad in World War I

"Gottfried Hagen, Director of the Center for Middle Eastern & North African Studies, Department of Near Eastern Studies, University of Michigan German Jihad in World War I Part of the Center...

View Resource Iran and the Nuclear Issue

"Tom O'Donnell, Nuclear Physicist, Ph.D University of Michigan Iran and the Nuclear Issue Part of the Center for Middle Eastern and North African Studies Colloquium""War and Warfare in the...

View Resource Israel's Declared Existential Threats with a Focus on Conversations with Hamas

"Orly Halpern is a Freelance Writer and a Reporter for Toronto's Globe and MailVisit her website http://orlyhalpern.wordpress.com/about/ The region of the Middle/Near East and North Africa has...

View Resource Mugged by Reality: Obama and the Arab-Israel Dispute

"Ambassador Mel Levitsky (retired), University of Michigan, Public Policy"

2009-10 Research Discussion Series on Global Health Equity


View Resource Post Graduate Training in Obstetrics and Gynecology in Ghana Improves Retention and Maternal Health

"Timothy R. Johnson, MD, FACOG Chair and Professor, Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology, Medical School; Professor of Women�s Studies; Arthur F. Thurnau Professor; Bates Professor of Disease...

2010 Fall Colloquium - Designing Nations: Maps and Statistical Modeling in the Middle East


View Resource Subjective Cartography - Mapping Palestine through Visual Art and Personal Narratives

"Toby Millman is an Independent Scholar. Her web site is www.tobymillman.com Part of the Center for Middle Eastern and North African Studies Colloquium ""Designing Nations: Maps and Statistical...

View Resource "Mapping, Counting, Graphing - The Young Turks' Turkification Policy 1913-1918"

"Fuat Dundar is a Junior Fellow at Brandeis University. Dundar was a Post-Doctoral Fellow at the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor, where he completed and published a book entitled Crime of Numbers...

View Resource "Mapping Early Modern Ottoman Space: Inlands, and Outlands"

"Palmira Brummett is Professor of History at the University of Tennessee. Professor Brummett teaches Middle Eastern history, world history, and rhetorics of cross-cultural encounter (East-West,...

View Resource Mapping the Iranian and Arabic Blogospheres

"Bruce Etling, Harvard University, directs the Internet & Democracy Project at the Berkman Center. Before joining Berkman, Bruce was the Director of USAID�s Office of Democracy and Governance in...

View Resource The Worldmapper Project and the State of the World Today

"Mark Newman is the Paul Dirac Collegiate Professor of Physics in the Department of Physics, and with the Center for the Study of Complex Systems at the University of Michigan Part of the Center...

View Resource Mapping the Countries of the World by Development and Morality: the Perceptions of Ordinary People

"Arland Thornton is Professor of Sociology at the University of Michigan, where he is also a Research Professor at the Population Studies Center and Survey Research Center. He is a social demographer...

View Resource Maps and Measurements in Islamic Cartography

"This lecture will address the intercultural diversity of scientific heritage traditions in Islamic geography and cartography. Muslim geographers and astronomers derived some of the basic concepts of...

2011 CMENAS Guest Lectures


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...

Archive, Museum, and the Safe House of Language Conference


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

The audience and other presenters discuss Dr. Hebrard's presentation of the issue of the colonial archive and museum.

View Resource "Reading a Letter: Vermeer, Van Riebeeck and the Archives of the Atlantic, Discussion"

The audience and other presenters discuss Professor Baucom's presentation.

View Resource "Is the Pose Death? On the Longue Duree of the Diorama, Discussion"

The audience and presenters discuss Dr. Bunn's presentation.

View Resource Introduction

"This conference derives from an exhibition the institute is mounting by University of Cape Town artist and writer Pippa Skotnes, based on her research in the Lucy Lloyd Archive from the Cape. In...

View Resource "Reading a Letter: Vermeer, Van Riebeeck and the Archives of the Atlantic"

"Professor Baucom addresses the issue of the colonial archive and museum in ways that challenge the kind, category, and historiographic inheritances of both."

View Resource "The Author in the Archive: Magema Fuze, Bilingual Print Journalism and the Making of a Self-Archive"

"Professor Mokoena addresses the issue of the colonial archive and museum in ways that challenge the kind, category, and historiographic inheritances of both."

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...

View Resource Carnal-House of Words: Curating a Bushman Archive

"University of Cape Town artist and writer Pippa Skotnes discovered a dictionary from 1873 of a now-extinct �Bushmen� in the Lucy Lloyd Archive from the Cape. She has constructed a magnificent...

View Resource Entangled Inheritances Part One: The Public Life of the Colonial Archive

"Professor Hamilton is the National Research Foundation Professor in Archive and Public Culture at the University of Cape Town and a member of the Public Life of Ideas Research Network. Formerly...

Brownbag Lectures


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...

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...

Brownbag Lectures


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...

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...

Brownbag Lectures


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...

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...

Community Informatics Seminar


View Resource Panel on Status and Impact of Open Educational Resources Movement

"Descriptions of current activities of the open education resources movement at the University, part 2."

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 Panel on Status and Impact of Open Educational Resources Movement

"Descriptions of current activities of the open education resources movement at the University, part 2."

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

Design Science Conference


View Resource Design knowledge creation: What is design research?

Discussion #1.

View Resource Design knowledge dissemination: What constitutes design science education?

Discussion #2.

View Resource Design Science

Special events for the Design Science program.

View Resource What are the barriers to formal design programs?

Discussion #3.

Distinguished University Professor Lectures


View Resource "College of Literature, Science, and the Arts Distinguished Senior Faculty Lectures"

"College of Literature, Science, and the Arts Distinguished Senior Faculty Lectures"

View Resource 2009 Distinguished University Professorship Lectures

2009 Distinguished University Professorship Lecture series.

View Resource 2010 Distinguished University Professorship Lectures

2010 Distinguished University Professorship Lecture series.

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...

View Resource Beauty in Everyday Work

Beauty in Everyday Work: Seeing the Resourcefulness of University Staff Distinguished University Professorship lecture.

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...

View Resource Identifying Genes for Type 2 Diabetes

"The explosion in human genetic data provides opportunities to understand the genetic basis of human disease. Boehnke describes development of statistical methods for human gene mapping that take...

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 Jacquelynne Eccles

"Professor Eccles teaches in the department of Psychology in the school of Literature, Science and the Arts. She has been awarded the McKeachie-Pintrich Distinguished University Professor of...

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...

Engaging Africa Advancing African Studies


View Resource Health and Environment in Urban Africa

"introduction by Peter Polverini, Dean of the U-M School of Dentistry Chaired by Nancy Hunt, Associate Professor of History, U-M Organized by the African Development and Human Security Project...

View Resource "Computers, Apartheid, and Information Infrastructure in South Africa 1960-2000"

"Paul Edwards is Associate Professor in the School of Information, U-M"

View Resource "Gender Differences in Perception of Vulnerability to HIV/AIDS: The Case of Men and Women in the City of Lilongwe, Malawi"

"Ezekiel Kalipeni is Associate Professor of Geography, University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign"

View Resource "Normalizing Catastrophe: the Metropolitan Hazardscape, Environmental Vulnerability, and the Disposable Urban Poor in Johannesburg after Apartheid"

"Martin Murray is Professor of Sociology, SUNY-Binghamton"

View Resource "Panel Discussion, Q and A"

"Moderated by Daniel Herwitz, Director of the Institute for the Humanities, U-M Kodzo Gavua, Professor and Chair of Archaeology and Heritage Studies, University of Ghana Leslie Witz, Professor...

View Resource African Cities: Challenges to a Human Security Agenda

"Bill Freund is Professor of Economic History, University of KwaZulu-Natal"

View Resource Democratic Citizenship and Governance in Africa

"Rod Alence is Associate Professor of International Relations, University of the Witwatersrand, South Africa, and Visiting Associate Professor of Political Science, U-M"

View Resource Dynamics of Science and Technology in Africa

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

View Resource Environmental Management Challenges of Human Settlements in Ghana: From Health to Human Security and Sustainability

"Jacob Songsore is Professor of Geography, University of Ghana"

View Resource Expanding Health Initiatives in Ghana

"Introduction by James Woolliscroft, Dean of the U-M Medical School Chaired by Rachel Snow, Associate Director of the International Institute and Associate Professor of Public Health, U-M"

Ford Physics Lecture


View Resource Inflationary Cosmology - Is Our Universe Part of a Multiverse?

"The inflationary theory is a twist on the conventional big bang theory, proposing a modification to the history of the universe during its first quadrillionth of a quadrillionth of a second. I will...

Genetics and Health Disparities - Opportunities and Challenges


View Resource Genetics Symposium: Genetics and Health Disparities - Opportunities and Challenges - Panel Discussion

A panel bringing three leading researchers together to discuss genetics and genetic research as they apply to the study and elimination of health disparities.

View Resource Genetics Symposium: Genetics and Health Disparities - Opportunities and Challenges Part Two

"Lundy Braun is a Professor of Pathology and Laboratory Medicine and Africana Studies at Brown University and a member of the Faculty Committee on Science and Technology Studies. She received her PhD...

View Resource Genetics Symposium: Genetics and Health Disparities - Opportunities and Challenges Part Three

"Vivian Ota Wang is a National Institutes of Health (NIH) Agency Representative of the National Science and Technology Council of the Executive Office of the President to the National Nanotechnology...

View Resource Genetics Symposium: Genetics and Health Disparities - Opportunities and Challenges Part One

"Welcome by Ana Diez Roux. Eric Boerwinkle received his Ph.D. degree in 1985 from the first-ever Department of Human Genetics at the University of Michigan. The following year he joined the Human...

Health and Human Rights Symposium


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

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

View Resource "Welcome, Health and Human Rights - Concepts, Practices and Impacts"

"Introduction and Welcome by Siob�n D. Harlow, Professor of Epidemiology in the School of Public Health, University of Michigan. Sofia Gruskin, JD, MIA, is Associate Professor of Health and...

View Resource Applying Public Health Methods in Human Rights Investigations

"Eric Stover is Faculty Director of the Human Rights Center, University of California, Berkeley"

View Resource Panel Discussion 1

"Sofia Gruskin, JD, MIA, Associate Professor of Health and Human Rights and Director of the Program on International Health and Human Rights, Department of Global Health and Population, Harvard...

View Resource Statistical Methods and Human Rights

"Fritz Scheuren, PhD, is Vice-President for Statistics at the National Opinion Research Center"

View Resource The Quest for Environmental Justice - Human Rights and the Politics of Pollution

"Robert D. Bullard, PhD, is the Ware Distinguished Professor of Sociology and Director of the Environmental Justice Resource Center, Clark Atlanta University"

International Conference on LHC First Data


View Resource SUSY Search Prospects with 1 fb-1 Data

Web Lecture

James T. Neubacher Award


View Resource 2008 Neubacher Award Ceremony

"The 2008 award presentation honors several members of the University community for their efforts in improving opportunities for all. The University of Michigan's Council for Disability Concerns...

Jill S. Harris Memorial Lecture


View Resource "Including Dogs, Horses, Cows, Dalits and Women: An Alternative Narrative of the Hindus"

"How does one go about telling the story of the Hindus by including the maverick as well as the mainstream Hindus in the story? The ancient Sanskrit texts, usually dismissed as the work of dead...

View Resource Clarifying the Grievance Process

"Presenters: Garrett-Owens, Sabrina and Dameron, Angela"

View Resource Closing and Next Steps - Joint Panel leaders

"Angela, Tom, Rich and Linda outline their next steps and reaffirm that this is an ongoing process."

View Resource Identifying Personal Obstacles - Part One

Knowing yourself: Emotional Intelligence

View Resource Identifying Personal Obstacles - Part Two

Knowing yourself: Emotional Intelligence - Part Two

View Resource Opening Statements and Vision from Leadership

"Tom Peterson, Linda Newman, Rich Robben, Angela Dameron - Common goals & support for activity."

View Resource Q and A Panel with Leadership

"Presenters: Angela Dameron, Rich Robben, Linda Newman, Tom Peterson, and Sabrina Garrett-Owens"

Katz-Newcomb Lecture


View Resource Affective Adaptation and the Pleasure of Uncertainty

The 2008 Katz-Newcomb Lecture

Library Review of Current Lecture Capture Practices


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...

View Resource Lecture Capture in LSA

"Reid Paxton is IT Manager, LSA Instructional Support Services. Content of these materials is restricted to official business of the University of Michigan. All rights reserved. Copyright 2010 by...

View Resource Lecture Capture in the School of Public Health

"Vlad Weilbut is Director of Informatics and Computing Services in the School of Public Health Download a summary of the answers to questions regarding the SoPH lecture-capture process Download...

View Resource Library Review of Current Lecture Capture Practices

Presentations of lecture capture practices on U-M campus

View Resource The CARMA Lecture Capture Service

"Bob Lougheed is the manager of the CARMA lecture capture service, which is part of the Michigan Library. www.carma.umich.edu"">www.carma.umich.edu Download the presentation slides Content...

Marc and Constance Jacobson Lecture


View Resource Commentary on Sexularism: On Gender Equality and Secularization

Scott Spector is a Professor of History and German at the University of Michigan Questions and comments from the audience follow Professor Spector's commentary.

View Resource Bits of Behavior/Concepts Prior to Words: The Emotional Intuition of Form

"In music theory, underscore refers to how it is that the buried thread of a melody is able to stay out of the way of the dialogue and yet still influence it. Similarly, Romantic �grammars of...

View Resource Bits of Behavior/Concepts Prior to Words: The Emotional Intuition of Form PART TWO

Part two of Marc and Constance Jacobson lecture 2008.

NICHD Study of Early Child Care and Youth Development


View Resource Day One Part I

Welcome-ICPSR Introductions & Participant Research Questions-James Griffin Overview of Study-James Griffin Schedule of Data Collection-Bonnie Knoke Demographic Data-Bob Bradley

View Resource Day One Part II

Family Data-Margaret Owen Orientation to using the Data and Documentation-Bonnie Knoke

View Resource Day One Part III

Data Documentation: Hands-on Training-Bonnie Knoke

View Resource Day One Part IV

Data Orientation: Merging Data Files-Robert Corwyn Child Care Data-Margaret Owen

View Resource Day One Part V

Secondary Data Analysis - Peg Burchinal

View Resource Day One Part VI

NICHD Funding Opportunities-James Griffin

View Resource Day Three

Analytic Strategies-Renate Houts and Peg Burchinal

View Resource Day Two Part I

Social Data-Martha Cox Peer Data-Martha Cox Cognitive Data-Dan Keating

View Resource Day Two Part II

School Data-Renate Houts Out-of-school Data-Bob Bradley Health Data-Bob Bradley

View Resource Day Two Part III

Stats Presentation: Control Variables-Renate Houts

OHRP Research Community Forum


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 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 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 The Legal Assault on the Common Rule

"Jerry Menikoff, M.D., J.D, Director, Office for Human Research Protections (OHRP), U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS)"

Personal Genomics Seminar Series


View Resource "Who Owns Your Genes? - The Political, Social and International Context"

"Political/Social/International Context ShobIta Parthasarathy, PhD, Assistant Professor of Public Policy Co-Director, Science, Technology, and Public Policy Program U-M Ford School of Public...

View Resource "Who Owns Your Genes? Intellectual Property, Innovation Policy, and the Future of Genetic Medicine"

"Welcome and Introduction Scott Roberts, PhD, Assistant Professor of Health Behavior & Health Education (HBHE) Committee Chair, ELSI Personal Genomics Seminar SeriesU-M School of Public Health"

View Resource Who Owns Your Genes? - The Legal Context

"Legal Context Rebecca Eisenberg, JD, Robert and Barbara Luciano Professor of Law U-M Law School"

View Resource Who Owns Your Genes? - The Scientific and Medical Context

"Scientific/Medical Context Sofia Merajver, MD, PhD, Professor of Internal Medicine Director, Breast and Ovarian Cancer Risk and Evaluation Program U-M Comprehensive Cancer Center"

View Resource Who Owns Your Genes? Q and A

"Panel Discussion Rebecca Eisenberg, JD, Professor of Law ShobIta Parthasarathy, PhD, Assistant Professor of Public Policy Sofia Merajver, MD, PhD, Professor of Internal Medicine Moderator: Scott...

Peter Wege Lecture


View Resource Science and Technology Policy Priorities and Opportunities in the Obama Administration

"Dr. Holdren is assistant to President Obama for Science and Technology and director of the White House Office of Science and Technology Policy. Welcome by Rosina Bierbaum, Dean of the School of...

Provost's Forum on Accreditation


View Resource Special-Emphasis Study: Internationalization (Part II)

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View Resource "The Accreditation Process, Criterion One: Mission and Integrity and Criterion Two: Preparing for the Future"

Overview of the accreditation process Criterion 1 - Mission and Integrity Criterion 2 - Preparing for the Future

View Resource Criterion Five: Engagement and Service

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View Resource Criterion Three: Student Learning and Effective Teaching

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View Resource Special-Emphasis Study: Internationalization (Part I)

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View Resource Why Accreditation Matters to the University

"Remarks on accreditation, the upcoming review, the committee and the working groups."

View Resource Provost's Forum on Accreditation

Examining key topics and opportunities of the upcoming accreditation review

Rackham Fellows Lectures


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.

Reaching Excellence in Health Management and Policy


View Resource 1 - Gwen MacKenzie: Leading Health Care Performance Excellence in a Changing Policy Landscape

"Gwen M. MacKenzie, RN, MN, MHSA, President and CEO, Sarasota Memorial Hospital"

View Resource 2 - Larry Levine: Leading Health Care Performance Excellence in a Changing Policy Landscape

"Larry Levine, President and CEO, Blythedale Children�s Hospital"

View Resource 3 - Glenn A. Fosdick: Leading Health Care Performance Excellence in a Changing Policy Landscape

"Glenn A. Fosdick, FACHE, President and CEO, Nebraska Medical Center"

View Resource Closing Remarks

"Gail Warden, MHA, President & CEO Emeritus Henry Ford Health System; Professor, University of Michigan School of Public Health, Department of Health Management and Policy; Chair, Griffith Leadership...

View Resource Conference Opening and Welcome

"Introduction by Paula M. Lantz, PhD, MS, Department Chair, University of Michigan School of Public Health, Department of Health Management and Policy; S.J. Axelrod Collegiate Professor of Health...

View Resource Introduction of Donald Berwick

"Gail Warden, MHA, President and CEO Emeritus Henry Ford Health System, Professor; University of Michigan School of Public Health, Department of Health Management and Policy; Chair, Griffith...

View Resource Introduction of Griffith Leadership Center Board

"Paula M. Lantz, U-M SPH introduces the Boards of the Griffith Leadership Center and the HMP Alumni, and Gail Warden"

View Resource Introduction of John Griffith

"Kenneth Warner, Dean of the SPH, gives an introduction to John R. Griffith"

View Resource Keynote Presentation

"Donald M. Berwick, MD, MPP, Administrator of the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) Due to Government Policy, this presentation is not available for internet viewing"

View Resource Moderator's Introduction: Leading Health Care Performance Excellence in a Changing Policy Landscape

"Introduction: Christy Harris Lemak, University of Michigan School of Public Health Moderator: Maulik S. Joshi, DrPH, President, Health Research & Educational Trust, Senior Vice President of...

Saturday Morning Physics


View Resource Cosmic Genesis: How Physics Drives the Structure of the Universe

"How do the laws of physics enforce the production of our universe and the subsequent formation of galaxies, stars, and planets, including some like our Earth? Starting with the laws of physics and...

View Resource "Dynamics of Spinning, Rolling, and Skating"

"Professor Tony Bloch, U-M Mathematics Department Professor Bloch discusses some of the physics and mathematics of the classical motion of rigid bodies and general mechanical systems. The basic...

View Resource "1905: Einstein and Bern, A Year to Remember"

"One hundred years ago in a small apartment building in Bern, Switzerland, a patent clerk wrote five short articles that changed our understanding of the world. It is this amazing story that will be...

View Resource "Heff Heff, A Herrible Higgsalump! In Which A Trap is Set to Capture a Higgs"

Web Lecture.

View Resource "Higher, Faster, Longer: From Model Rocketry to Rocket Science II"

"Explore the physics and engineering techniques of hobby experimentation by examining a variety of flying model rockets, airplanes and toys in the first lecture. The second lecture will illustrate...

View Resource "Higher, Faster, Longer: From Model Rocketry to Rocket Science"

"Explore the physics and engineering techniques of hobby experimentation by examining a variety of flying model rockets, airplanes and toys in the first lecture. The second lecture will illustrate...

View Resource "Lightning Lights: the Mercury Float Lighthouse Lens or How you float a 4,000lb lens in 600 lbs of liquid"

"The revolutionary concept that took 70 years to create, a wonderfully unique invention that almost came too late. Mercury, the almost-perfect, slightly toxic, weight-bearing material, is not just...

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 "Mirrors, Anti-Matter and the Left-Handed World"

"Can you know whether you are looking at the world or its mirror reflection? Does any fundamental physical process break that symmetry to distinguish �right� from �left�? This simple question...

Science Environments in Africa Conference


View Resource Appropriate Technologies for Africa

"Welcoming remarks by: Kelly Askew, Director, African Studies Center/Associate Professor, Anthropology, U-M Samuel Mukasa, Chair and Professor, Geological Sciences, U-M Professor Musaazi is...

View Resource The Challenges of Combining the Social with the Ecological

"Welcoming remarks by: Lester Monts, Senior Vice-Provost for Academic Affairs, U-M Phil Hanlon, Vice-Provost for Academic and Budgetary Affairs/Provost Designate, U-M Ken Kollman, Acting Director,...

SEAS 215/UC 215: Contemporary Social Issues in Southeast Asia


View Resource Buddhism in Southeast Asia

Buddhism in Southeast Asia (Thailand)

View Resource Catholicism in the Philippines

Catholicism in the Philippines.

View Resource From Rice to Chips: Making a Living in Southeast Asia

From Rice to Chips: Making a Living in Southeast Asia.

View Resource Islam and Politics in Indonesia

Islam and Politics in Indonesia.

View Resource The Economics of Southeast Asia

The Economics of Southeast Asia.

View Resource The Southeast Asian City

The Southeast Asian City.

View Resource The State of Democracy in Southeast Asia

From Rice to Chips: Making a Living in Southeast Asia.

Sharing Research Data Workshop


View Resource "Data Sharing - Why and How, plus a Q & A discussion"

"Greg Grossmeier is Copyright Specialist at the University of Michigan Library, where his time revolves around giving presentations and answering copyright and publishing questions for faculty, staff...

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 Resources for Data Sharing: Tranche and Proteomecommons.org

"Dr. Philip Andrews is Professor in the departments of Biological Chemistry, Chemistry, and Bioinformatics at the University of Michigan Medical School. Dr. Andrews speaks about the impact of the...

SI 523 Information and Control


View Resource "Lecture #12c: Superheroes, Ideology, Information, and Control"

"Week 12c: Nathan leads a discussion on one of his favorite topics, comic-book Superheroes."

View Resource Lecture #01a

First part of Lecture 1

View Resource Lecture #01b

Second part of Lecture 1

View Resource Lecture #02a

First part of Lecture 2

View Resource Lecture #02b

Second part of Lecture 2

View Resource Lecture #03a

First part of Lecture 3

View Resource Lecture #03b

Second part of Lecture 3

View Resource Lecture #04a

First part of Lecture 4

View Resource Lecture #04b

Second part of Lecture 4

View Resource Lecture #05a

First part of Lecture 5

The Experience and Use of Wonder


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"""

Think Fast Thursdays


View Resource A Think Fast History of the Horror Film

It's that time of year when everyone loves a scary movie! Join librarian and horror fan Harold Tuckett for a rapid fire journey through the history of the horror film. Film clips included!

View Resource The Peace Corps - A True Story

Donna McCauley will talk about her 8 months in Africa.

View Resource Fossil Hunting in Michigan

"The state of Michigan is rich in fossil resources. Michigan�s ancient history included a lot of time underwater. It also spent time buried under miles of moving ice. Learn a little about these...

View Resource Remix Music - A Short History

"Melissa Levine, a copyright specialist, talks about the history of remix music and mashup culture."

Thursday Series


View Resource A Pedagogic Revolution: Early English Culinary Texts and the Common Reader

"Cookbooks were among the first mass-market texts in english to describe their intended readership and to design pedagogical strategies to attract that readership. In the late 17th and 18th centuries...

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 "Economic Systems, Colonization and the Production of Difference: Thinking Through Southern New Zealand"

"This lecture examines the complex connections between environment, economic systems, and understandings of cultural difference. It uses a particular space - the southern part of New Zealand that was...

View Resource Poor People's Movements and the Cold War in the Middle East

"On September 15, 1951, tens of thousands of peasants gathered in the northern Syrian city of Aleppo to rally for land reform and an end to landowner privilege. Never before had such a large and...

View Resource The Aftershocks of History in Haiti

"In this lecture Professor Dubois presents the broad outlines of his new book Haiti: The Aftershocks of History, which seeks to explain how internal conflicts and external pressures have shaped state...

View Resource The American Journey through Adulthood

"Today, the script of adulthood is undergoing profound transformations. A new life stage, identified as twentysomethings, delays the markers of adult identity - marrying, having children, and...

View Resource The Future in Question: History and Utopia in Latin America (1989-2010)

The Future in Question: History and Utopia in Latin America (1989-2010)

View Resource The Return of Merchant Capitalism

"Exemplified by the rise to commercial power and political influence of the Wal-Marts and other transnational retailers of our own time, the political economy of 21st century merchant capitalism...

View Resource Torture and the Moral Risks of Excess in Muscovite Witch Trials

"Torture was a routine part of formal Muscovite witchcraft and murder trials in the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries, yet its application outside of the court setting was considered a heinous...

World History Initiative


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 Europe - The Byzantine Empire

Ian Mladjov is a graduate student in the History Department at the University of Michigan. He expects to receive his PhD this year.