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Nicholas Mulder, IES

Nicholas Mulder, assistant professor of history, notes that sanctions rarely effect battlefield behavior in this Morning Newsletter. 

Putin Knows That Controlling History Is the Key to Total Power

Florea describes the threats posed to Ukrainian historical records and the need for international support to preserve archives under attack.

April 11-15

Celebrating the study of Southeast Asian languages and cultures at Cornell! 

Study a Southeast Asian language this summer with funding

SEAP offers one qualified undergraduate student a chance to win a full scholarship to intensively study a Southeast Asian language for eight full...

Study a Southeast Asian language this summer with funding

SEAP offers one qualified undergraduate student a chance to win a full scholarship to intensively study a Southeast Asian language for eight full...

May 3: Bartels Lecture and Reception

Join us on May 3 at 5:00 for Leymah Gbowee, "Forging Lasting Peace: Movements for Justice in a Pluralist World." Reserve your free ticket today!

Durba Ghosh, SAP/PACS

“It was more common for men to return to England and settle down, leaving behind their children and the Indian women who’d given birth to them,” says...

Nicholas Mulder, IES

Nicholas Mulder, assistant professor of history, discusses sanctions on Russia on the Ezra Klein Show. 

María Cristina García, LACS

María Cristina García, professor of history, says that in dealing with Ukrainian refugees, President Biden appears to be motivated by broader foreign...

Stephen Yale-Loehr, Migrations

“Even with these additional visas, there’s not nearly enough visas for all of the types of workers that employers want to hire on the H-2B program,”...