Sex/gender, reproduction, and metaphors of pathology
Kun Huang, a Ph.D. candidate in Comparative Literature and officer in our EAP Graduate Student Steering committee, writes about "Anti-Blackness" in...
Throughout modern history, the emergence of movements making powerful demands for justice have opened up the possibility for profound social...
"Especially given that [Chinese leader] Xi Jinping has reasserted the role of Marxism in education and official ideology, the state wants to keep a...
Cornell's Local Grown Dance concert excerpt of "Atelier 320: upending"
Taiwan's foremost Chinese calligrapher, Tong Yang-Tze's art is incorporated in a visually hypnotic dance titled, Atelier 320: upending. Choreographed...
Robin McNeal in conversation with John Zinda
China's enormous economic, industrial, and environmental transformation over the past few decades is the theme spring 2020 CCCI lecture series.
Michael Hathaway and CCCI faculty host John Zinda
John Zinda speaks with Michael Hathaway about the transformative Matsutake mushroom trade in southwest China.
Insights from China's War on Smog
Anna L. Ahlers, Max-Planck-Institute for the History of Science, Berlin, explores her research process and background air pollution in China.
Mindi Schneider in conversation with John Zinda
Mindi Schneider discusses her research titled The Pork Fix: African Swine Fever and the Opportunity of Crisis in China’s Pork Industry.
Skytte considered Nobel Prize for political science
The award honors Katzenstein's pioneering work in political economy, global security policy, and European politics.
Tong Yang-Tze Immortal at the River Chinese calligraphy exhibit being installed at the Johnson Museum.