Eisenberg Institute for Historical Studies (EIHS)
Programs will take place remotely via Zoom webinar
Sinha is the institute’s sixth director
EIHS Operations and COVID-19
The Eisenberg Institute has adjusted its work and service expectations to align with those set by the university and the State of Michigan. While our physical offices are closed, the direvtor and staff are conducting the institute's day-to-day business remotely. Fellows are also working remotely. Please contact individuals via email (link for directory) or message email@example.com with general inquiries.
The Eisenberg Institute for Historical Studies, established in 2007 by a generous gift by Kenneth and Frances Aftel Eisenberg, provides a world-class forum for historical research and teaching.
We strive to support our students and faculty on the front lines of learning and research and to steward our planet, our community, our campus. To do this, the Eisenberg Institute for Historical Studies needs your support.