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Plantationocene Conference to Examine Plantations’ Legacies

April 15–16: Register now to attend this two-day virtual conference with more than 40 panelists from around the world.
by Amala Lane “When the pandemic began and Cornell went into lock-down, I and my friends felt so isolated,” undergraduate psychology major Lin Lin...

Apply by April 20!

Undergraduates from all colleges are invited to submit applications to pursue virtual internships and research projects focused on Europe. Faculty are...

North to South: Repair and Reparations for Climate Refugees?

The displacement of populations due to climate change forecasts an unprecedented phenomenon in human history. Neither international law nor nations...

Call for Applications

The Latin American Studies Program (LASP) is pleased to invite graduate students from across all disciplines to apply to become a LASP Graduate Fellow...
Nancy Liang '21 was able to identify her interests and unique path because of her time at the Einaudi Center. She has been a student worker in the...

Yiyun Peng, Ph.D. Candidate, Cornell, History

Beyond Workshops: Spatial Distribution of Paper-making Communities and Properties in Upland Southeast China, 1700-1950 April 7  11:30 AM-1:15...
The stories in this issue serve as a tribute to SEAP’s strength and vitality over the past seventy years. Read about the history of Southeast Asian...
Naomi Egel, PhD candidate in government, co-authors a commentary that challenges the current discussion on the future of arms control.

Nyabola, Students, Reflect on Border Crossings

April 12: Writer and activist Nanjala Nyabola joins Einaudi/Migrations panel. Cornell students share original writing and visual art. Register now!