De-centering the Global Middle Ages is made possible by the generous support by the following University of Michigan academic offices, departments, and programs:

  • Department of History
  • International Institute
  • The Office of Diversity, Equity, & Inclusion
  • Program in Medieval and Early Modern Studies
  • Lieberthal-Rogel Center for Chinese Studies
  • Jean & Samuel Frankel Center for Judaic Studies
  • Department of Comparative Literature
  • Center for Research on Teaching and Learning
  • African Studies Center
  • History of Art Department
  • Department of English Language & Literature
  • Department of Romance Languages & Literatures
  • Asian Languages and Cultures Department
  • Institute for the Humanities
  • Slavic Languages & Literatures Department
  • Germanic Languages and Literatures Department
  • Near Eastern Studies Department
  • The Center for Japanese Studies
  • Forum on Research in Medieval Studies
  • The Japanese Studies Interdisciplinary Colloquium
  • Eisenberg Institute for Historical Studies
  • Doctoral Program in Anthropology and History
  • Center for Latin American and Caribbean Studies
lsa logoum logoU-M Privacy StatementAccessibility at U-M