• Bbain

    Bob Bain

    Associate Professor 4118 School of Education

    Teacher education in the design and use of history-specific technology734.615.0585 / bbain@umich.edu

  • EIHS Post Doc Fellow

    Anne Berg

    Assistant Director of Undergraduate Studies
    1029M Tisch Hall

    Modern German and modern European social and cultural history; Nazism, war, and the Holocaust; Urban history; Film studies; the history of garbage734.763.8905 / akberg@umich.edu

  • Howard Brick

    Howard Brick

    Louis Evans Chair in U.S. History
    Director, Eisenberg Institute for Historical Studies
    1725 Haven Hall

    20th Century U.S. History;Social Theory and American Intellectual History;History of Social Movements and Politics in the U.S. Since 1865734.763.7861 / hbrick@umich.edu

  • Charlie Bright

    Charlie Bright


    Social theory and practicecbright@umich.edu

  • Kathleen Canning

    Kathleen Canning

    Department Chair (History)
    Sonya O. Rose Collegiate Professor of History
    Arthur F. Thurnau Professor of History, Women's Studies and German

    Modern Germany;Modern European women and gender;Labor and social movements;Welfare state;History of the body734.763.9937 / kcanning@umich.edu

  • Sueann Caulfield

    Sueann Caulfield

    Associate Professor 2751 Haven Hall

    Latin America and Brazil734.647.7946 / scaul@umich.edu

  • Joshua Cole

    Joshua H. Cole

    Professor, History 1640 Haven Hall

    Modern France; Europe; Gender, memory, violence; colonial and post-colonial734.763.4159 / joshcole@umich.edu

  • Deirdre de la Cruz

    Deirdre de la Cruz

    Assistant Professor of Southeast Asian Studies
    Assistant Professor of History
    6167 STB

    Cultures and histories of Southeast Asia, in particular the Philippines734.615.8504 / ddelac@umich.edu

  • de Pee 2015

    Christian de Pee

    Associate Professor
    Director, Program in Medieval and Early Modern Studies
    1632 Haven Hall

    8th-14th centuries China (Tang, Song, and Yuan dynasties), text and writing, cities and urban space, representations of imperial power, ritual, archaelogy734.763.6968 / cdepee@umich.edu

  • Geoff Eley

    Geoff Eley

    Karl Pohrt Distinguished University Professor of Contemporary History 1664 Haven

    Modern Germany, Britain, Europe; historiography; history & film; nationalism; fascism and the right734.764.6373 / ghe@umich.edu

  • Hussein Fancy

    Hussein Anwar Fancy

    Assistant Professor 2528 Haven Hall

    Medieval Spain and North Africa; Social, Cultural and Intellectual History of Religious Interaction; Political Theology and Paleography734.647.5409 / fancy@umich.edu

  • Gabrielle Hecht

    Gabrielle Hecht

    Professor 2666 Haven Hall

    Science and technology studies; Nuclear power and proliferation;Colonialism and postcoloniality; Labor; National identity; Modern Africa (Gabon, Madagascar, Namibia, South Africa); Modern France734.647.7937 / hechtg@umich.edu

  • Joel D. Howell

    Joel D. Howell M.D.

    Victor Vaughan Professor
    Director, Program in Science, Technology & Society
    2773 Haven Hall

    Medicine; History and sociology of science734.615.8341 / jhowell@umich.edu

  • Brandi Hughes

    Brandi Hughes

    Assistant Professor 2518 Haven Hall

    North American religion, African American religious and intellectual history in the 20th century734.647.4873 / bshughes@umich.edu

  • Nancy Rose Hunt

    Nancy Rose Hunt

    Professor of History (and Obstetrics/Gynecology) 1735 Haven Hall

    Africa, health, medicine, violence, religious studies, humanitarianism, gender, psychiatry, theory, ethnographic history, global history, visual culture734.647.4887 / nrhunt@umich.edu

  • Valerie Kivelson

    Valerie A. Kivelson

    Thomas N. Tentler Collegiate Professor
    Arthur F. Thurnau Professor of History
    2743 Haven Hall

    Medieval and early modern Russia; history of cartography; history of witchcraft; religion; political culture; history and the visual; comparative empires; violence and visuality734.763.2049 / vkivelso@umich.edu

  • Victor Lieberman

    Victor B. Lieberman

    Raoul Wallenberg Distingusihed University Professor of History and Professor of Asian and Comparative History 1741 Haven Hall

    Southeast Asia, 1400-1800, early modern global734.763.4771 / eurasia@umich.edu

  • Rudi Lindner

    Rudi Lindner

    Professor 1672 Haven Hall

    Medieval world; Ottoman; astrophysics734.763.2290 / rpl@umich.edu

  • Farina Mir

    Farina Mir

    Associate Professor 2757 Haven Hall

    Modern South Asia; Islam/Muslims in South Asia; British colonialism734.647.5416 / fmir@umich.edu

  • Gina Morantz-Sanchez

    Regina Morantz-Sanchez

    Professor 2664 Haven Hall

    Women's and gender history, history of the family, sexuality, the body, and medicine, race and ethnicity, Jewish American history734.763.2296 / reginann@umich.edu

  • Ian Moyer

    Ian Moyer

    Associate Professor 2741 Haven Hall

    Ancient Greece and Egypt; Ethnicity and culture in the ancient world; Historiography and ethnography; Religion and magic734.763.5855 / ianmoyer@umich.edu

  • Ellen Muehlberger 2015

    Ellen Muehlberger

    Associate Professor of History, Near Eastern Studies 4163 STB

    Religion and Christianity in Late Antiquity734.615.2960 / emuehlbe@umich.edu

  • Rachel Neis

    Rachel Neis

    Associate Professor 2506 Haven Hall

    Jewish history (particularly late antique); Palestinian and Babylonian rabbinic culture; Religion and mysticism; Law in the ancient world; Vision and visuality734.647.4616 / rneis@umich.edu

  • Doug Northrop

    Douglas Northrop

    Associate Chair
    2519 Haven Hall

    Central Asia; World/global; Social/cultural; Empire/colonial; Gender/women; Environmental; Big history647-0099 / northrop@umich.edu

  • Marty Pernick

    Martin S. Pernick

    Professor 1727 Haven Hall

    History of disease, disability, health, and the body; Professionalism and professional cultures; History of ethics and value issues in medicine;Film and the mediation of professional and popular cultures734.647.4876 / mpernick@umich.edu

  • Derek R. Peterson

    Derek Peterson

    Professor of History and African Studies 1634 Haven Hall

    Africa, particularly eastern Africa; history of literature and religion; intellectual culture; gender history; nationalism; ethnicity734.615.3608 / drpeters@umich.edu

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    Daniel Ramirez

    Assistant Professor 3733 Haven Hall

    American religious history, immigration, race and ethnicity in the Americas, African American studies, Mesoamerican/Latin, American/Afro-Latino, and Asian American religions, religious music in the Americas, evangelicalisms of the Americas, Church and State, (post)colonial religious history, politics and religion, Spanish Reformation, cultural anthropology, Latin-American cultural studies, Reformation history.734.615.6474 / dramire@umich.edu

  • Melanie Schulze Tanielian

    Melanie Schulze Tanielian

    Assistant Professor 2520 Haven Hall

    Social and cultural history of the modern Middle East; War, violence and human rights; History of youth and childhood, Early 20th-century Lebanon734.647.4616 / meltan@umich.edu

  • Rebecca Scott

    Rebecca Scott

    Charles Gibson Distinguished University Professor of History and Professor of Law 1749 Haven / 969 Legal Research

    Latin America; Cuba, slavery and emancipation; Labor systems; Comparative citizenship734.763.4779 / rjscott@umich.edu

  • Perrin Selcer

    Perrin Selcer

    Assistant Professor

    Global environmental history; History and sociology of science, focusing on 20th century environmental and human sciences; International organizations and international development; U.S. and the Worldpselcer@umich.edu

  • Minnie Sinha

    Mrinalini Sinha

    Alice Freeman Palmer Professor of History
    Professor of English and Women's Studies
    1743 Haven Hall

    South Asia; Colonialism and Imperialism; World and Global; Women's Studies734.615.3451 / sinha@umich.edu

  • Hitomi Tonomura

    Hitomi Tonomura

    Professor 1719 Haven Hall

    Premodern patterns of gender construction and representation; war and manhood; work and environment; reproduction and lineage; impurity and law; violence and heroism; samurai films734.647.7298 / tomitono@umich.edu

  • Jeffrey Veidlinger

    Jeffrey Veidlinger

    Joseph Brodsky Collegiate Professor of History and Judaic Studies 2529 Haven Hall

    Modern Jewish history, modern Russia and Eastern Europe, oral history, culture and ethnicity, Holocaust734.647.4885 / jveidlin@umich.edu