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The Female Artisan Gu Erniang and the Craft of Inkstone Making in Early Modern...

This talk by Dorothy Ko (History|Barnard), focuses on the career of Gu Erniang, the most famous female inkstone-maker in the history of the craft, as...
EAP faculty Jessica Chen Weiss in the Guardian: “To some extent, the government has been able to use tough talk and bluster to appease domestic...
EAP's Jessica Chen Weiss in NYT: “With global anti-China sentiment at its highest level in decades, Chinese officials have indicated an interest in...
SAP faculty Eswar Prasad quoted in Bloomberg: "“The phase-one trade deal between the U.S. and China hangs by a thread."
WaPo quotes EAP faculty Jessica Chen Weiss: “Closing the consulate does not appear to be part of a coherent strategy to deter or compel China to alter...

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.