Welcome to the University of Michigan History Department. Please explore our website to learn about our graduate programs (including three joint degree programs), opportunities for undergraduates, and the wide variety of courses offered. The research fields of the ninety faculty members illustrate the exceptional breadth and depth of the department. If you have questions not answered here, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Matthew Countryman interviewed about riots sparked by confrontations between black residents and predominantly white police forces in Philadelphia and other U.S. cities in 1964. August 27, 2014
- Doug Northrop receives the 2014 John Dewey Award. June 25, 2014
- Michelle McClellan mentioned in article about the National Park Service's efforts to add places with a connection to gay and lesbian history to the National Historic Landmark program. June 25, 2014
- EIHS Lecture: "Earthquakes on the Edge: Border Spaces and Empire Making Along the Eurasian Frontier"
Speaker: Douglas Northrop,
University of Michigan 09/11/2014; 04:00 PM - 06:00 PM
- EIHS Workshop: "History in the Anthropocene: The Environment, Natural Sciences, and Planetary Narratives"
- 2:00 PM
- EIHS Lecture: "People’s Park Again: Landscape and the Production of Space"
Speaker: Don Mitchell,
Kemp Symposium on History and Geography 10/02/2014; 04:00 PM - 06:00 PM