Faculty Database

The Einaudi Center’s Faculty Database tracks Cornell faculty whose research or teaching interests engages with global issues. Information included in the database comes from faculty, departmental and personal websites, as well as the Cornell Graduate School Fields of Study Database.

Our database enables users to search by field of study (e.g. Aerospace Engineering, Animal Science, Anthropology, etc.), research or teaching specialization (e.g. thermal sciences, animal nutrition, biological anthropology), language, region of the world, country, or faculty name.

To add, remove, or modify information in the database, please send an email to faculty@einaudi.cornell.edu.


Mannix, Elizabeth A.

Samuel Curtin Johnson Graduate School of Management
Professor and Associate Dean, Johnson Graduate School of Management (eam33@cornell.edu)
https://www.johnson.cornell.edu/Faculty-And-Research/Profile?id=eam33

Regions: Global
Research Specializations:

  • Management
    team performance; multiparty negotiation; power and alliances in organizations; management and organization; behavior science


Maralani, Vida

College of Arts and Sciences
Associate Professor, Sociology (vida.maralani@cornell.edu)
http://www.vidamaralani.com/

Regions: Global
Languages:

  • English
    (Native or Bilingual)

Research Specializations:

  • Sociology
    Social stratification and mobility; Gender, demography, and inequality; Education; Social disparities in health


March, Kathryn S.

College of Arts and Sciences
Professor, Anthropology (ksm8@cornell.edu)
http://anthropology.cornell.edu/kathryn-march

Regions: South Asia
Countries: Nepal, Himalayas, Tibet
Languages:

  • Nepali
    (Working Professional)
  • Tamang
    (Limited Working)
  • Sherpa
    (Elementary)
  • French
    (Working Professional)
  • German
    (Elementary)

Research Specializations:

  • Feminist, Gender, and Sexuality Studies
    anthropology of sex and gender; gender symbolism; life histories; women in development; social and cultural anthropology; South Asia and the Himalayas
  • Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender Studies
    anthropology of sex and gender; gender symbolism; life histories; women in development; social and cultural anthropology; South Asia; Himalayas
  • Anthropology
    culture and meaning; expressive culture; social organization; South Asian studies; women's studies
  • Global Development
    methods of analysis; development policy; gender and social justice
  • Asian Religions
    sex and gender in cross-cultural perspective; ethnology of the Himalayas, Inner Asia and South Asia; anthropological approaches to the study of Buddhism
  • Asian Literature, Religion and Culture
    sex and gender in cross-cultural perspective; ethnology of the himalayas; inner asia and south asia; anthropological approaches to the study of buddhism.
  • Public Affairs
    social organization; South Asian studies; women's studies
  • Asian Studies
    South Asian anthropology


Marshall, Eli

College of Arts and Sciences
Visiting Faculty, Music (emm354@cornell.edu)
https://music.cornell.edu/eli-marshall

Regions: Europe
Countries: Germany
Research Specializations:

  • Music
    Western classical ensembles


Martinez-Matsuda, Veronica

School of Industrial and Labor Relations
Assistant Professor, Industrial and Labor Relations (vm248@cornell.edu)
https://www.ilr.cornell.edu/people/ver%C3%B3nica-mart%C3%ADnez-matsuda

Regions: Northern America
Research Specializations:

  • Latin American Studies
    Twentieth-Century U.S. History, The Great Depression and the New Deal, Immigration/Migration History, Labor and Working-Class History, Chicana/o and Latina/o Studies, Borderlands Studies, U.S. Women's History, and Comparative and Relational Ethnic Studies
  • Latina/o Studies


Masson, Robert Tempest

College of Arts and Sciences
Professor (Retired), Economics (rtm2@cornell.edu)
https://masson.economics.cornell.edu/

Regions: East Asia
Research Specializations:

  • Economics
    industrial organization


Mathiason, John

College of Human Ecology
Adjunct Professor, Cornell Institute for Public Affairs (jrm534@cornell.edu)
https://www.human.cornell.edu/people/jrm534

Regions: Africa, Europe, Latin America and the Caribbean, Northern America, Central Asia, East Asia, South Asia, South-East Asia, West Asia, Australia/Oceania, Global
Countries: Venezuela, Brazil, Mexico, Rwanda, Pakistan, Austria, Sweden, South Africa, Argentina
Languages:

  • English
    (Native or Bilingual)
  • Spanish
    (Native or Bilingual)
  • French
    (Full Professional)
  • Portuguese
    (Working Professional)
  • German
    (Working Professional)

Research Specializations:

  • Global Development
    Governance of climate change; Internet government. results-based management, evaluation methods, international human rights.


Mathios, Alan

College of Human Ecology
Professor and Dean, Policy Analysis and Management and Provost's Office (adm5@cornell.edu)
https://www.human.cornell.edu/people/adm5?netid=adm5

Regions: Northern America
Research Specializations:

  • Policy Analysis and Management
    consumer protection; antitrust law and economics; public utility regulation; federal and state regulation
  • Economics
    consumer protection; antitrust law and economics; public utility regulation; federal and state regulation
  • Public Affairs
    consumer protection; antitrust law and economics; public utility regulation; federal and state regulation
  • Communication
    consumer protection; antitrust law and economics; public utility regulation; federal and state regulation
  • Demography
    demography


Matthias Phelps, Grit

College of Arts and Sciences
Senior Lecturer, German Studies (gm326@cornell.edu)
http://german.cornell.edu/grit-matthias-phelps

Regions: Europe
Countries: Germany
Languages:

  • German
    (Native or Bilingual)

Research Specializations:

  • German Studies
    Internet-based language learning, the use of digital material in language instruction; interactive use of the Internet in language teaching; cultural communication; foreign language acquisition and teaching; language competencies for life long learners


Maxwell, Barry H.

College of Arts and Sciences
Senior Lecturer, Comparative Literature (bhm4@cornell.edu)

Regions: Europe, Northern America
Countries: United Kingdom, United States of America
Languages:

  • Italian
    (Working Professional)
  • French
    (Working Professional)
  • German
    (Elementary)
  • Spanish
    (Elementary)
  • Latin
    (Limited Working)
  • Classical Greek
    (Elementary)

Research Specializations:

  • American Studies
    19th and 20th century American literature and culture; hemispheric American Studies; jazz; critical theory, particularly that of Kenneth Burke, Ernst Bloch, Bertolt Brecht; relations of anarchism, Marxism, and literature
  • Comparative Literature
    literature of the Americas; German critical theory; Marxism and literature


Maza, Paul

College of Veterinary Medicine
Senior Lecturer, Biomedical Sciences (psm26@cornell.edu)
https://www2.vet.cornell.edu/research-departments/faculty/paul-maza-dvm-phd

Regions: Europe, Latin America and the Caribbean, South-East Asia
Countries: Mexico, Guatemala, Belize, Costa Rica, Nicaragua, Barbuda, Thailand, Bulgaria
Research Specializations:

  • Biomedical Sciences
  • Veterinary Medicine
    Field veterinary medicine; wellness and sterilization clinics; human animal bond


McBride, Douglas Brent

College of Arts and Sciences
Senior Lecturer, German Studies (dbm93@cornell.edu)
http://german.cornell.edu/douglas-brent-mcbride

Regions: Europe
Countries: Germany, Italy
Languages:

  • German
    (Native or Bilingual)
  • Italian
    (Full Professional)
  • French
    (Limited Working)

Research Specializations:

  • German Studies
    European Modernism in Literature and the Arts


McBride, Patrizia

College of Arts and Sciences
Associate Professor, German Studies (pcm29@cornell.edu)
http://german.cornell.edu/patrizia-c-mcbride

Regions: Europe
Countries: Germany, Austria
Languages:

  • Italian
    (Native or Bilingual)
  • German
    (Native or Bilingual)
  • French
    (Limited Working)

Research Specializations:

  • Germanic Studies
    German literature; aesthetic theory; visual studies


McCouch, Susan Rutherford

College of Agriculture and Life Sciences
Professor, Plant Breeding and Genetics, Plant Biology (srm4@cornell.edu)
https://plbrgen.cals.cornell.edu/people/susan-mccouch

Regions: South-East Asia
Research Specializations:

  • Global Development
    biotechnology and plant improvement; molecular mapping; use of genetic diversity; plant breeding and global food supplies; rice genetic improvement; comparative genomics of rice and staple cereal grains
  • Plant Biology
    development and application of molecular tools for rice improvement
  • Computational Biology
    plant breeding; plant genetics
  • Plant Breeding
    rice molecular genetics; comparative grass genome analysis; database curation and design


McCrea, Lawrence

College of Arts and Sciences
Associate Professor, Asian Studies (ljm223@cornell.edu)
http://asianstudies.cornell.edu/lawrence-j-mccrea

Regions: South Asia
Languages:

  • Sanskrit
    (Native or Bilingual)
  • Prakrit
    (Full Professional)
  • Pali
    (Working Professional)
  • German
    (Working Professional)

Research Specializations:

  • Classics
    Greek and Latin languages and linguistics; Sanskrit
  • Asian Literature, Religion and Culture
    Sanskrit studies, South Asian religious and intellectual history.
  • Asian Studies
    Sanskrit; South Asia religious and intellectual history, with particular interests in poetics and aesthetics; South Asia knowledge systems in the medieval and early modern periods
  • Asian Religions
    Sanskrit; South Asian religious and intellectual history


McDaniel, Shawn

College of Arts and Sciences
Assistant Professor of Romance Studies, Romance Studies (sm2362@cornell.edu)
http://as.cornell.edu/shawn-mcdaniel-1

Regions: Europe, Latin America and the Caribbean, Northern America
Languages:

  • English
    (Native or Bilingual)

Research Specializations:

  • Romance Studies
    Hispanic Caribbean; Latin American and Diasporic Literature and Culture


McGowan, Kaja Maria

College of Arts and Sciences
Associate Professor, History of Art and Visual Studies (kmm22@cornell.edu)
http://arthistory.cornell.edu/kaja-maria-mcgowan

Regions: South-East Asia
Languages:

  • Indonesian
    (Native or Bilingual)
  • Balinese
    (Full Professional)
  • Dutch
    (Limited Working)
  • German
    (Limited Working)
  • Norwegian
    (Limited Working)
  • French
    (Limited Working)

Research Specializations:

  • Fiber Science and Apparel Design
    Asian American art; comparative modernities; contemporary art; East Asian art; history of photography; Islamic art; modern art; Native American and indigenous studies; South Asian art; Southeast Asian art; theory and criticism; visual studies
  • Asian Studies
    Indonesia; gender studies; colonialism; landscape
  • History of Art, Archaeology, and Visual Studies
    Southeast Asian art


Mckee, Daniel

College of Arts and Sciences
Assistant Professor Adjunct; Senior Assistant Librarian, Asian Studies; Wason E Asia Collections (djm53@cornell.edu)
http://asianstudies.cornell.edu/daniel-mckee

Regions: East Asia
Countries: Japan
Languages:

  • Japanese
    (Working Professional)

Research Specializations:

  • Asian Literature, Religion and Culture
    Japanese literature; art history


McLaughlin, Edward

College of Agriculture and Life Sciences
Robert G. Tobin Professor of Marketing; Director, Dyson Food Industry Management Program, Applied Economics and Management (ewm3@cornell.edu)
https://dyson.cornell.edu/people/edward-mclaughlin

Regions: Global
Languages:

  • English
    (Native or Bilingual)

Research Specializations:

  • Applied Economics and Management; Global Development
    Marketing and Food Distribution; Food Retailing; International Marketing


McMichael, Philip

College of Agriculture and Life Sciences
Professor, Development Sociology (pdm1@cornell.edu)
https://devsoc.cals.cornell.edu/research/faculty-research-projects/philip-mcmich...

Regions: Europe, Global
Research Specializations:

  • Development Sociology
    Changing political relationships in the international food system across time,

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