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An Abundance of Riches: A Celebration of Recent Books by U-M Historians

Thursday, January 19, 2023
4:00-6:00 PM
1014 Tisch Hall Map
The Eisenberg Institute and Department of History invite you to help celebrate the recent publication of more than 20 new works by our U-M History colleagues. Free and open to the public. Light hors d'oeuvres and beverages provided.

The authors/editors and their books include:

• Kathryn Babayan, The City as Anthology: Eroticism and Urbanity in Early Modern Isfahan
• Pamela Ballinger, The World Refugees Made: Decolonization and the Foundation of Postwar Italy
• Howard Brick, Casey Nelson Blake, and Daniel H. Borus, At the Center: American Thought and Culture in the Mid-Twentieth Century
• Joshua Cole, Lethal Provocation: The Constantine Murders and the Politics of French Algeria
• Juan Cole, The Rubaiyat of Omar Khayyam
• Henry Cowles, The Scientific Method: An Evolution of Thinking from Darwin to Dewey
• Christian de Pee, Urban Life and Intellectual Crisis in Middle-Period China, 800-1100
• Geoff Eley and Julia Thomas (eds.), Visualizing Fascism: TheTwentieth-Century Rise of the Global Right
• Katherine French, Household Goods and Good Households in Late Medieval London: Consumption and Domesticity After the Plague
• Paul C. Johnson, Automatic Religion: Nearhuman Agents of Brazil and France
• Paul C. Johnson and Hugh Urban (eds.), Handbook of Secrecy and Religion
• Victoria Langland, James N. Green, and Lilia Moritz Schwarcz (eds.), The Brazil Reader: History, Culture, Politics
• Ian Moyer and Paul Kosmin (eds.), Cultures of Resistance in the Hellenistic East 
• Rudolf Mrazek, The Complete Lives of Camp People: Colonialism, Fascism, Concentrated Modernity
• Ellen Muehlberger, Moment of Reckoning: Imagined Death and Its Consequences in Late Ancient Christianity
• Douglas Northrop and Cameron Gibelyou, Big Ideas: A Guide to the History of Everything
• Perrin Selcer, The Cold War Origins of the Global Environment
• LaKisha Simmons and Corinne T. Field (eds.), The Global History of Black Girlhood
• Mrinalini Sinha and Manu Goswami (eds.), Political Imaginaries in Twentieth-Century India
• Ronald G. Suny, Stalin: Passage to Revolution
• Kira Thurman, Singing Like Germans: Black Musicians in the Land of Bach, Beethoven, and Brahms
• Jeffrey Veidlinger, In the Midst of Civilized Europe: The Pogroms of 1918–1921 and the Onset of the Holocaust
• Jonathan Wells, The Kidnapping Club: Wall Street, Slavery, and Resistance on the Eve of the Civil War
• Anthony Wood, ​​Black Montana: Settler Colonialism and the Erosion of the Racial Frontier, 1877-1930

Presented by the Eisenberg Institute for Historical Studies and the Department of History.
Building: Tisch Hall
Event Type: Conference / Symposium
Tags: Books, History
Source: Happening @ Michigan from Eisenberg Institute for Historical Studies, Department of History