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and Townhall Meeting, CSA & LASP

Register for the meeting at: tinyurl.com/2fm8ub6a Join the Caribbean Students' Association & the Faculty of the Latin American Studies Program...
The Judith Reppy Institute for Peace and Conflict Studies is pleased to announce the recipients of three graduate fellowships for the 2021-22 academic...
Sahana Natesan ’19 worked with the South Asia Program to bring her passion for traditional Indian dance to others, performing at the Johnson Museum...

Interview with Magnus Fiskesjö

Updates on the human rights situation in Myanmar and in China's Xinjiang/East Turkistan, with Prof. Magnus Fiskesjö.

Conference Videos Now Available

On April 15–16, 40 panelists from around the world explored plantations' legacies. Watch the videos.

Highlighting the new Diverse Knowledge East Asia Fellowship

EAP is proud to announce the 2021-2022 Fellowship Recipients which support graduate and undergraduate student research. It was a competitive year and...

by Gregory Green, curator, John M. Echols Collection

As featured in the Spring 2021 SEAP Bulletin, Giok Po Oey (1922-2010) was hired to work at Cornell in 1957 and successfully built a world-class...

Discover languages, win prizes

This is the last week of our month-long celebration of the study of Southeast Asian languages at Cornell! 

EU to Bosnia: Refuge, Reparations, and Global Apartheid

The foreclosure of asylum in the European Union and the militarization of the EU borders have resulted in EU pushbacks of refugees and migrants from...

Mary Jo Dudley, LASP

Mary Jo Dudley, director of the Cornell Farmworker Program, discusses efforts to get farmworkers vaccinated. Richard Stup, a workforce specialist with...