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.


Cochran, Sherman G

College of Arts and Sciences
Professor Emeritus, History (sgc11@cornell.edu)
http://vivo.cornell.edu/display/individual22871

Regions: East Asia
Countries: China
Research Specializations:

  • Asian Studies
    Chinese history
  • History
    modern Chinese history, 1644 to the present - political, social, economic, and intellectual


Coffman, William R.

College of Agriculture and Life Sciences
Professor, Plant Breeding and Genetics (wrc2@cornell.edu)
http://vivo.cornell.edu/display/individual142

Regions: Latin America and the Caribbean
Languages:

  • Spanish
    (Elementary)

Research Specializations:

  • Global Development
    development policy
  • Plant Breeding
    international agriculture
  • International Agriculture and Rural Development
    rice breeding; international agriculture; biotechnology


Cohen, Walter

College of Arts and Sciences
Professor, Comparative Literature (wic1@cornell.edu)
http://as.cornell.edu/walter-cohen

Regions: Europe
Countries: United Kingdom, Spain
Languages:

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

Research Specializations:

  • Romance Studies
    Golden Age Spanish literature; cultural studies; literary history and theory
  • Comparative Literature
    history of European literature in a global context; the Renaissance (especially Shakespeare); Marxist criticism and theory
  • Theatre Arts
    Renaissance theater; theater theory; dramatic literature
  • English Language and Literature
    the Renaissance; history of European literature; world literature


Cohen Suarez, Ananda

College of Arts and Sciences
Assistant Professor, History of Art and Visual Studies (aic42@cornell.edu)
http://arthistory.cornell.edu/ananda-cohen-aponte

Regions: Latin America and the Caribbean
Countries: Peru, Bolivia, Mexico
Languages:

  • Spanish
    (Native or Bilingual)
  • French
    (Limited Working)
  • Portuguese
    (Limited Working)
  • Italian
    (Limited Working)
  • Quechua
    (Elementary)

Research Specializations:

  • Archaeology
    Archaeology of colonialism; Andes; historical archaeology; visual and material culture
  • History of Art, Archaeology, and Visual Studies
    Pre-Columbian and colonial Latin American art, the Andes, cross-cultural exchange, visual cultures of colonialism, identity, material culture studies, art and social change, indigeneity, muralism.


Cohn, Abigail

College of Arts and Sciences
Professor, Linguistics (acc4@cornell.edu)
http://linguistics.cornell.edu/abigail-c-cohn

Regions: Europe, South-East Asia
Countries: France, Indonesia
Languages:

  • French
    (Full Professional)
  • Indonesian
    (Full Professional)

Research Specializations:

  • Romance Studies
    French linguistics
  • Asian Studies
    Indonesian languages, particularly Indonesian, Sudanese, Madurese, language planning and language maintenance
  • Cognitive Science
    linguistics
  • Linguistics
    phonology; phonetics-phonology interface; Indonesian linguistics; language endangerment


Cohn, Elisha

College of Arts and Sciences
Assistant Professor, English (ejc244@cornell.edu)
http://english.cornell.edu/elisha-cohn

Regions: Europe
Countries: United Kingdom
Research Specializations:

  • English Language and Literature
    19th century British literature and culture; history and theory of the novel; lyric poetry
  • Feminist, Gender, and Sexuality Studies


Cole, Virginia

College of Arts and Sciences
Librarian and Selector, Reference and Digital Services, University Library (vac11@cornell.edu)
http://guides.library.cornell.edu/prf.php?account_id=9261

Regions: Africa, Europe, Northern America, South Asia, West Asia, Australia/Oceania
Countries: Commonwealth countries, Mediterranean countries
Languages:

  • French
    (Native or Bilingual)
  • Latin
    (Working Professional)
  • Spanish
    (Working Professional)
  • Italian
    (Limited Working)
  • German
    (Elementary)
  • Russian
    (Elementary)

Research Specializations:

  • University Library
    Genealogy; Medieval History; British History


Collins, Lance

College of Engineering
Professor, Mechanical & Aerospace Engineering (lc246@cornell.edu)
http://www.mae.cornell.edu/people/profile.cfm?netid=lc246

Regions: Global
Research Specializations:

  • Mechanical & Aerospace Engineering
    Combines simulation and theory to investigate a broad range of turbulent flow processes, including: (i) turbulent coagulation of aerosol particles (with applications to cloud processes and global climate modeling; (ii) experimental and numerical investigation of Lagrangian statistics in turbulent flows; (iii) mixing and chemical reaction in turbulent flames; (iv) turbulent breakup of microstructures (e.g., drops, polymers and red blood cells); (v) drag reduction due to polymer additives. A unifying theme is the importance of small-scale (micro-turbulence) transport to these phenomena. A second focus is on developing a new class of turbulence models that are capable of describing micro-turbulence processes.


Compa, Lance

School of Industrial and Labor Relations
Senior Lecturer, Industrial and Labor Relations (lac24@cornell.edu)
https://www.ilr.cornell.edu/people/lance-compa

Regions: Latin America and the Caribbean, Northern America, East Asia, South Asia, South-East Asia
Countries: United States of America, Cambodia, Chile, China, Haiti, Guatemala, Mexico, Sri Lanka
Languages:

  • English, Spanish, French

Research Specializations:

  • International and comparative labor law
  • International human rights law
  • Trade and labor standards
  • Global trade union organizing and collective bargaining
  • Corporate social responsibility and socially responsible investment in the global economy


Conrad, Jon M.

College of Agriculture and Life Sciences
Professor, Applied Economics & Management (jmc16@cornell.edu)
https://dyson.cornell.edu/people/jon-conrad

Regions: Global
Research Specializations:

  • Public Affairs
    applied econometrics and quantitative analysis; resource economics; environmental economics
  • Applied Economics and Management
    resource and environmental economics, bioeconomics, dynamic optimization
  • Economics
    resource and environmental economics; public finance
  • Conservation and Sustainable Development
    resource economics
  • Regional Science
    resource economics


Constas, Mark

College of Agriculture and Life Sciences
Associate Professor, Charles Dyson's School of Applied Economics (gf35@cornell.edu)
https://dyson.cornell.edu/people/mark-constas

Regions: South Asia
Countries: India
Research Specializations:

  • Applied Economics
    Impact evaluation; Measurement; International Development


Cook, Maria

School of Industrial and Labor Relations
Professor, Industrial and Labor Relations (mlc13@cornell.edu)
https://www.ilr.cornell.edu/people/maria-lorena-cook

Regions: Europe, Latin America and the Caribbean, Australia/Oceania
Countries: Brazil, Australia, Argentina, Portugal, Spain, Chile, Mexico, Peru
Research Specializations:

  • Latin American Studies
    collective bargaining; labor law; labor history; international and comparative labor
  • Industrial and Labor Relations
    labor and politics in Latin America; comparative migrations
  • Government
    labor and politics in Latin America; comparative migrations
  • Global Development
    labor and politics in Latin America; comparative migrations
  • Public Affairs


Cornell, Angela B.

Regions: Latin America and the Caribbean
Languages:

  • Spanish
    (Full Professional)

Research Specializations:

  • Labor Law
    Collective Rights of Workers, Organizing, Collective Bargaining, Strikes
  • International and Comparative Labor Rights
    International Framework Agreements, Private Agreements that Advance Labor Rights, Latin American Labor Law, Labor Provisions in Trade Agreements
  • International Human Rights
    Labor Rights under Regional Human Rights Instruments
  • Immigration Law and Migrant Workers


Corpis, Duane

College of Arts and Sciences
Assistant Professor, History (djc222@cornell.edu)
https://shanghai.nyu.edu/academics/faculty/directory/duane-corpis

Regions: Europe
Countries: France, Germany
Research Specializations:

  • History
    early modern Germany and European history; cultural, social, and religious history


Correll, Barbara

College of Arts and Sciences
Associate Professor, English (bc21@cornell.edu)
http://english.cornell.edu/barbara-correll

Regions: Europe
Countries: United Kingdom
Languages:

  • Spanish
    (Native or Bilingual)
  • German
    (Native or Bilingual)
  • Italian
    (Working Professional)

Research Specializations:

  • Feminist, Gender, and Sexuality Studies
    gender and sexuality in Renaissance literature and cultural history; early modern women's writing
  • English Language and Literature
    Renaissance literary and cultural texts; gender and sexuality studies; post-structuralist theory; film and adaptation; Shakespeare; Donne; Marlowe
  • Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender Studies
    studies in gender and sexuality in Renaissance literature


Cowie, Jefferson R.

School of Industrial and Labor Relations
Professor, Industrial and Labor Relations (cowie@cornell.edu)
https://www.ilr.cornell.edu/people/jefferson-cowie

Regions: Global
Research Specializations:

  • Industrial and Labor Relations
    collective bargaining; labor law; labor history; international and comparative labor
  • American Studies
    postwar U.S. history, work and social class, class and popular culture, organized labor, globalization
  • History
    postwar U.S. social and political history; labor and working class history; comparative history


Coyle, Richard

Samuel Curtin Johnson Graduate School of Management
Senior Lecturer and Executive Director of the Emerging Markets Institute, Johnson Graduate School of Management (rjc89@cornell.edu)
https://www.johnson.cornell.edu/Faculty-And-Research/Profile?id=rjc89

Regions: Europe
Languages:

  • German
    (Full Professional)

Research Specializations:

  • Johnson Graduate School of Management
    Lead the premier academic institute for the study of emerging markets in a business school. Focus on educational programming, sponsoring research, and conducting corporate outreach. Launched the Emerging Markets Fellows program, advise students, and teach an international consulting practicum course


Craib, Raymond

College of Arts and Sciences
Associate Professor, History (rbc23@cornell.edu)
http://history.cornell.edu/raymond-b-craib

Regions: Latin America and the Caribbean
Countries: Mexico and Chile
Languages:

  • Spanish
    (Native or Bilingual)
  • Portuguese
    (Limited Working)
  • French
    (Limited Working)

Research Specializations:

  • History
    Latin American; Mexico; agrarian; postcolonial studies
  • Latin American Studies
    My research focuses primarily on the modern histories of Mexico and Chile. As well as introductory survey courses on colonial and modern Latin America, I teach courses on historical geography, the history of anarchism, and a service learning course on mig


Culler, Jonathan

College of Arts and Sciences
Professor, Class of 1916 of English and Comparative Literature, English (culler@cornell.edu)
http://english.cornell.edu/jonathan-d-culler

Regions: Europe
Countries: France, United Kingdom
Languages:

  • French
    (Full Professional)
  • Italian
    (Limited Working)
  • German
    (Limited Working)
  • Latin
    (Elementary)

Research Specializations:

  • English Language and Literature
    literary theory and criticism; English poetry since 1600; 19th and 20th century French literature
  • Comparative Literature
    literary theory; nineteenth- and twentieth-century French and English literature
  • Romance Studies
    literary theory; nineteenth- and twentieth-century French literature


Dadi, Muhammad Iftikhar

College of Architecture, Art, and Planning
Associate Professor, Art (mid1@cornell.edu)
http://neareasternstudies.cornell.edu/iftikhar-dadi

Regions: Africa, Central Asia, South Asia, West Asia
Languages:

  • Urdu
    (Native or Bilingual)
  • Arabic
    (Full Professional)
  • Persian
    (Limited Working)
  • French
    (Elementary)

Research Specializations:

  • Near Eastern Studies
    comparative modernities; critical and post-colonial theory; modern South Asian and Islamic Art
  • History of Art, Archaeology, and Visual Studies
    modern art; theory and criticism; history of photography; globalization; comparative modernities; critical and post-colonial theory; modernism; South Asian and Islamic art
  • Art
    painting; photography; printmaking; sculpture; studio art

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