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Perspectives 360 Film Festival: Virus Has No Nationality ... coming June 11! Submit your short film by May 31.

Infrastructure and Sensibility: A Physiology of Power

The EastAsia+ Initiative presented a talk by Thomas Lamarre on television, anime infrastructures, and new formations of media power. Across these two...

Join Us for Teaching and Listening

May 7 (noon–2:00): Join us for a teach-in and listen-in to support Cornell's Asian, Asian American, and Pacific Islander (AAPI) communities.

Supporting AAPI and combating anti-Asian hate

As a Cornell unit devoted to all students, faculty, and staff, the East Asia Program shares these resources for support, education, awareness, and...

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...

Eli Friedman, EAP

“Anything that coheres collective power for workers is seen as a threat to state power,” says Eli Friedman, associate professor in the ILR School....
Wanheng Hu, a PhD student in science and technology studies, received a fellowship from the Einaudi Center's East Asia Program to support his...
by Amala Lane “When the pandemic began and Cornell went into lock-down, I and my friends felt so isolated,” undergraduate psychology major Lin Lin...
Nancy Liang '21 was able to identify her interests and unique path because of her time at the Einaudi Center. She has been a student worker in the...