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African Studies Center


Center for Afro-American 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...

Center for Global Health


Center for Research on Learning and Teaching


CMENAS (Center for Middle Eastern and North African Studies)


Division of Kinesiology


Eisenberg Institute


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 "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 "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 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 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...

Frankel Center for Judaic Studies


View Resource Of Mice and Mensches

Of Mice and Mensches:An American History of Intermarriage and Fatherhood

History of Art Department


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"""

Institute for the Humanities


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...

International Institute


Interuniversity Consortium for Political and Social Research


Medical School Project Team


Office of the Vice President for Research


Physics Department


Provost's Office


Rackham Fellows Office


School of Public Health


SNRE (School of Natural Resources and Environment)


Southeast Asian Studies Department


UMHS (University of Michigan Health System)


University Library


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!

University of Michigan


Web Lecture Archive Project at the University of Michigan