Seed Grants and Global Public Voices
Einaudi's faculty funding opportunities are open, with applications closing in October. Find out more.
Cuban Memory Wars: Retrospective Politics in Revolution and Exile, by Michael J. Bustamante, U Miami, Mon 9-20, 1PM
Hybrid Event; G01 Stimson Hall or Register for Zoom
For many Cubans, Fidel Castro’s Revolution represented deliverance from a legacy of inequality and national disappointment. For others—especially...
Aching Leads Dig at Historic Ithaca Church
LACS faculty Gerard Aching is working with St. James A.M.E. Zion Church members and a Cornell team to uncover local history of Black diaspora.
Caribbean Studies Finds Home at Einaudi
LACS has a new name and growing Caribbean focus—thanks to a partnership with Caribbean students that began in 2020.
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Video: Join us! Whether you're a grad student or first-year, you'll find your community and a world of opportunities at Einaudi.
Lance Compa, LACS
A new law in Mexico is banning labor subcontracting. Lance Compa, senior lecturer at the ILR School, calls the legislation a “very significant” step....
VP of International Affairs in The Hill
New R&D legislation undercuts innovation by limiting productive collaboration with China, says LASP faculty Wendy Wolford.
Incoming Visiting Scholar Fights for Fair Elections in Nicaragua
The Nicaraguan cartoonist joins Einaudi's Latin American Studies Program this fall as an IIE Artist Protection Fund Fellow. Listen to an interview.
Article Written by LASP Former Visiting Scholar and Cornell Faculty
This article by former Cornell STS Visiting Scholar Diogo Loped de Oliveira, independent scholar Erik Moreno, and Cornell’s Bruce V. Lewenstein,...
LASP Seminar Series and Migrations Initiative co-sponsored
Journalist and translator Alice Driver is joining the Latin American Studies Program seminar series to share her work on migration, human rights, and...