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1029 Tisch Hall
435 South State Street
Ann Arbor, MI 48109-1003

Professor Frederick Cooper, Chair

Phone: (734) 764-6305

Departmental Information

Fax: (734) 647-4881

Departmental Faculty List


Undergraduate Concentration Programs

405 History
522 Medieval and Renaissance Collegium (will be replaced by MEMS)
Medieval and Early Modern Studies (effective F '00)

Undergraduate Academic Minor


Undergraduate Courses (by division)

390 History
429 Medieval and Renaissance Collegium


Appointments with concentration and history Honors advisors are scheduled at the History department, 1029 Tisch Hall (764-6306). Students should see an advisor as soon as they decide on their concentration or minor.

MEMS Honors concentrators will have academic advising by the program director (Prof. Michael Schoenfeldt) to support their individually constructed programs of study. A full-time administrator, housed in the department of history, will be the primary point of contact for students in MEMS.

The History Leaflet

The MARC Leaflet

Undergraduate History Homepage

Undergraduate Medieval and Renaissance Collegium Hompeage

Related Links


Center for European Studies

Historical Libraries

University Library:

Gateway to History Resources
Renaissance Resources

Selected U.S. History Resources on the Web

British Studies Resources on the Web

Medieval Realms - part of the Humanities Text Initiatives

Medieval Realms is a comprehensive collection of original source material for the Middle Ages in Britain.

The Cultural Crusades: War and Cultural Exchange Between The Christian and Islamic Worlds

Renaissance Liturgical Imprints: A Census

Medieval Academy of America

On-Line Text Materials for Medieval Studies

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