Inclusive History Project

  1. July 12, 2023

    Next steps for U-M’s Inclusive History Project

    The Inclusive History Project’s Framing and Design Committee has published a design for the project, which will act as a blueprint and roadmap for the next five years.

  2. March 29, 2023

    Inclusive History Project to host forums across university

    U-M community members from all three campuses are invited to a series of public forums to share their thoughts and ideas about the university’s Inclusive History Project.

  3. March 7, 2023

    DEI efforts intersect with U-M’s past, present, future

    A panel of scholars discussed diversity, equity and inclusion and U-M’s readiness to educate the next multifaceted generation of citizens at a March 7 symposium.

  4. February 13, 2023

    Scholars discuss approaches to university historical projects

    Historians, scholars and community members gathered Feb. 10 at the Michigan League for a panel discussion about how universities should best facilitate large-scale projects that reexamine their pasts.

  5. February 3, 2023

    Symposium will explore universities’ institutional history

    U-M will host a symposium at noon Feb. 10 focusing on what it means for universities to uncover and reckon with their institutional pasts with regard to diversity, equity and inclusion.

  6. November 14, 2022

    Work begins on U-M’s Inclusive History Project

    Twenty-two members from U-M’s three campuses have joined the committee to frame and design the Inclusive History Project, a multifaceted, years-long effort to study, document and better understand U-M’s history.

  7. November 14, 2022

    Inclusive History Project Framing and Design Committee membership

    The Inclusive History Project’s Framing and Design Committee is led by co-chairs Earl Lewis and Elizabeth Cole.

  8. June 6, 2022

    Race and racism at U-M is Inclusive History Project’s initial focus

    U-M is set to begin the Inclusive History Project to study, document and better understand the university’s history with respect to diversity, equity and inclusion. Its first major focus will be the history of race and racism at U-M.