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Beyond Borders: Exploring the History of Cornell's Global Dimensions features chapters on the Einaudi Center and several regional and thematic...

Magnus Fiskesjö, PACS/EAP/SEAP

Magnus Fiskesjö has published a chapter on the Wa ethnic group in a new volume, Chasing Traces: History and Ethnography in the Uplands of Socialist...

Victoria Beard, SEAP/GPV

“There is an element of climate change that’s contributing to these conditions that we find ourselves in, but there’s also a very strong human-built...

Announcing 2024 Faculty Seed Awards

Read about results from last year's awards and new awards supporting internationally engaged faculty from six colleges and schools.

Deadline: July 12, 2023

With support from the Henry Luce Foundation, The Southeast East Asian Language Council (SEALC) and The Graduate Education and Training in Southeast...

Robert Hockett in World in Focus

Robert Hockett recently published a paper, The "Socialization of Investment," in CRADLE's new open-access Law and Economics Papers series.

Series Honors Einaudi's Past Visiting Scholars

Read about Turkish sociologist Azat Gündoğan (IES), Nicaraguan cartoonist Pedro X. Molina (LACS), and Afghan artist Elja Sharifi (Johnson Museum).

CRADLE Launches Paper Series

Read the first four papers and find out how to submit your paper to CRADLE's new open-access series.

María Cristina García, LACS

María Cristina García, professor of history, notes that Americans had the same complaints about immigrants 50 years ago.

Series Profiles Scholars and Artists Under Threat

Sharifi is completing her second year as a visiting scholar at the Johnson Museum, with support from Global Cornell and IIE-APF.