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Kathryn Fiorella

Households caught and consumed a far more diverse array of fish than they sold at market, which has important implications for how loss of...

Cocurated by Ananda Cohen-Aponte, LACS

"Colonial Crossings," the first exhibition of colonial Latin American art at Cornell, is now on view at the Herbert F. Johnson Museum of Art.

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The Program Manager oversees SEAP’s administrative operations and is responsible for the overall implementation and coordination of the program’s...

Sarah Kreps, PACS

When it comes to Musk and X, “it’s pretty clear what his political views are, and now people can make a choice with more transparency and information...

Magnus Fiskesjö, EAP

Magnus Fiskesjö has published a chapter on the politics of labeling genetic populations in China in a new open-access book, Critical Perspectives on...

Matthew Evangelista, PACS

Deliberate attacks on civilians violates the Geneva Convention. We talked to Matthew Evangelista, a professor of history and political science...

Jenny Goldstein Wins Atkinson Venture Fund Award

Seaweed may play a significant role in the transition to a low-carbon economy. It can be converted into products that can sequester carbon directly,...

Eli Friedman, EAP

While the modern party’s legitimacy is based on a growing and diverse range of sources, “performance-based legitimacy” remains a central pillar of...

Robert Hockett, CRADLE

Robert Hockett, a Cornell professor who has testified before Congress on Chevron deference in the past, comments on the Supreme Court decision.

Eswar Prasad, SAP

Eswar Prasad, professor of finance at Cornell, writes that China’s problems are both cyclical and structural and need tackling on multiple fronts.