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Am I Too African to be American, Too American to be African?

  May 14, 2021     10:00am - 12:00pm EST   Registration required Documentary Film    followed by Discussion with Nadia Sasso, Creative...

Magnus Fiskesjö, PACS

Fiskesjö argues a UN visit would 'inevitably be stage-managed by the Chinese authorities,' risking the prestige and reputation of the UN and Bachelet,...

Apply by May 17

PhD students: Conduct your international field research with a $10,000 award to support fieldwork expenses. All disciplines welcome.

Attacks on Democracy

Video (May 5): World-renowned economist and philosopher joined Cornell students and faculty for Einaudi's annual Bartels World Affairs Lecture.

Join Us for Teaching and Listening

May 7 (noon–2:00): Join us for a teach-in and listen-in to support Cornell's Asian, Asian American, and Pacific Islander (AAPI) communities.

Article Written by LASP Former Visiting Scholar and Cornell Faculty

This article by former Cornell STS Visiting Scholar Diogo Loped de Oliveira, independent scholar Erik Moreno, and Cornell’s Bruce V. Lewenstein,...

Lessons from COVID-19

Global Public Voices fellows Karim-Aly Kassam and painter and poet Frederick R. McDonald in Medium.

Cornellians Join Fundraiser for Medical Supplies

Our hearts are with Cornellians in India and South Asia, or with family or friends in the region. Consider supporting this student-led initiative.

LASP Seminar Series and Migrations Initiative co-sponsored

Journalist and translator Alice Driver is joining the Latin American Studies Program seminar series to share her work on migration, human rights, and...

Supporting AAPI and combating anti-Asian hate

As a Cornell unit devoted to all students, faculty, and staff, the East Asia Program shares these resources for support, education, awareness, and...