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Seed Grant Applications Due Oct. 29

Einaudi's seed grants support faculty-led international research, activities, and events. Find out more.

Manga's Portrayals of Deaf Characters October 18 at 4:45 p.m. ET

Yoshiko Okuyama, a professor of Japanese studies at the University of Hawai’i at Hilo, will discuss Reframing Disability in Manga (University of...

Government for the People: Troubling Legacies of the Confucian...

The Annual Hu Shih Distinguished Lecture will be given this year by Tim Brook, University of British Columbia October 28, 2021, at 4:45 p.m. ET

Eli Friedman, EAP

Eli Friedman, associate professor in the ILR School, says that the new push by the Chinese government for companies to unionize workers may leave many...

Supporting the study of peace and conflict in Korea and Japan

Eun A Jo is a PhD student in government and a Peace and Conflict Studies Fellow with the Einaudi Center's Judith A. Reppy Institute for Peace and...

Unlock fascinating history through Classical Sinographic texts

Join the Cornell Classical Chinese Colloquium to discover the fascinating history and meaning embedded in Sinographic texts.  All language levels are...

Alumnus EAP fellow, 2020 Ph.D., Fulbright-Hayes fellow, and more.

Congratulations Dexter. We are proud to share that Dexter Thomas, 2020 Ph.D. in Asian Literature, Religion, & Culture, has been named an Emerging...
In the Cornell Contemporary China Initiative’s seventh year, our guest speakers and host Allen Carlson critically examine, the question “What is...

Learn about Opportunities for You at Einaudi

Video: Join us! Whether you're a grad student or first-year, you'll find your community and a world of opportunities at Einaudi.
This semester we're up close and provocative with topics that range from Black Leftist feminists and Maoist China to deafness as it's portrayed in...