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Ian Kysel Mentioned in Forbes

Andrew Tisch of Forbes: "I had a chance to speak recently with Lazaro and Merlys from their temporary home in Kentucky, along with Ian Matthew Kysel,...

Iraq: From the Inside Out

On Monday, two Iraqi scholars will speak about their work in Baghdad to restore the architecture and accompanying social history after the American...

From shopping paradise to city of protests

The Cornell Contemporary China Initiative welcomes CK Lee, Professor, Sociology, UCLA speaking on Hong Kong: Global China’s Restive...
We are happy to announce the winners of the Kyoko Selden Memorial Translation Prize for 2021. Excerpts from Shōkenkō 蕉堅稿: The Selected Poems of...

Mabel Berezin, IES Director

Status figures in far right visits to Orban, says IES director Mabel Berezin.

Joseph Margulies, PACS

NPR's Ari Shapiro speaks with Joseph Margulies, a criminal law expert, about how citizen's arrest laws factor into the trial of three white men...

Nicaraguan Cartoonist Finds Refuge at Einaudi

The award-winning political cartoonist joined LACS this fall as a visiting critic and IIE-Artist Protection Fund fellow.

Alexandra Cirone, IES

“This network will most likely be most successful in targeting far-right users, the same that left Facebook for ‘alternative’ social networks like Gab...

CFP now available!

The call for papers is now available for the 24th SEAP Graduate Student Conference, "(De)Constructing Southeast Asia."

By Thak Chaloemtiarana, professor, Asian literature, religion, and culture; and...

The Cornell Southeast Asia Program (SEAP) was founded by Professor Lauristan Sharp in 1950 with Professor George Kahin as its Executive Director. To...