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Interview and article by Grace Shan

Wondering what it’s like to study a Southeast Asian language at Cornell?
All event times are EST and held virtually. Please contact eap@cornell.edu for accessibility arrangements in advance. CCCC=Cornell Classical Chinese...

South Asia Program to Host Indian MP

Mar. 2 (9:30 a.m. EST/8:00 p.m. IT): Gandhi talks with Kaushik Basu about India's economy and outlook for democracy. Register or livestream.

“Dualism or Solidarity? Conditions for Union Success in Regulating Precarious...

The paper was co-authored by Laura Carver, M.S. 20, and Virginia Doellgast, associate professor of international and comparative labor in the ILR...
Videos of the 2020-2021 SAP Seminar Series, as well as several past events, are now available on the SAP YouTube playlist.

Joseph Margulies, PACS

Prof. Joseph Margulies and Prof. Jamila Michener will discuss Margulies’ new book based on a long-term study of Olneyville, a low-income Latino...

Enviromental Sociologist Works with Communities

EAP's Jack Zinda examines how human decisions influence environmental outcomes in communities—from China to New York State.

Maggie Jack, SEAP

The Tatmadaw generals’ digital strategy was a key part of their coup.
The Reppy Institute for Peace and Conflict Studies is excited to announce our reading group and seminar series. All events are held virtually.
Vusi Gumede has been appointed Dean of the Faculty of Economics, Development and Business Science, University of Mpumalanga (UMP).  Before joining...