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Goffe Studies Afterlives of European Colonialism

Global Public Voices fellow Tao Leigh Goffe: "You can’t understand ecological crisis without understanding racial crisis.”

Discover languages, win prizes

Throughout the month of April we'll be celebrating the teaching and study of Southeast Asian languages at Cornell, and Cornell students can...

Robert H. Frank, Einaudi

“It’s simple human nature—you want to follow the rules, but if you see other people breaking them and not getting punished, you stop too,” says Robert...

Christine Bacareza Balance, SEAP

“Before it was a census category or a niche marketing term, they were actual people who were fighting to understand themselves as a kind of pan-ethnic...

Mildred Warner, IES

Mildred Warner, professor of city and regional planning, says, “This study shows the importance of a national standard for access to water, especially...

Chris Barrett, IAD

Chris Barrett, professor of applied economics and policy, says, “We shouldn’t waste a crisis. Ten years from now, we will look back and see that the...

Robert Hockett, Einaudi/CRADLE

“It seems to me it's a form of thinking that assumes there's a developing existential worldwide military competition,” says Robert Hockett, professor...

Alexandra Cirone, IES

“At the end of the day, Facebook’s response to disinformation is always going to be driven by how to increase their user engagement and advertising...

Durba Ghosh, SAP

“The short answer is yes, it’s historically accurate — especially during the era in which ‘Bridgerton’ is set,” says historian Durba Ghosh, professor...

Thursday, April 1, 6:30pm EDT

What is the human impact of U.S. war and foreign policy in Southeast Asia? How do refugees continue to make sense of war, empire, and national...