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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...

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"

Center for Global Health


Center for Research on Learning and Teaching


CMENAS (Center for Middle Eastern and North African Studies)


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 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...

Division of Kinesiology


Eisenberg Institute


Frankel Center for Judaic Studies


History of Art Department


Institute for the Humanities


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"

International Institute


Interuniversity Consortium for Political and Social Research


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

Medical School Project Team


Office of the Vice President for Research


Physics Department


Provost's Office


Rackham Fellows Office


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.

School of Public Health


SNRE (School of Natural Resources and Environment)


Southeast Asian Studies Department


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

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

UMHS (University of Michigan Health System)


University Library


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...

University of Michigan


Web Lecture Archive Project at the University of Michigan