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

Check out the Global Cornell YouTube channel for more!

Recordings of several Gatty Lectures from Fall 2020 and Spring 2021 are now available on the Global Cornell YouTube channel. 

Dates: June 28 and August 26

The 2021 International Studies Summer Institute (ISSI), a professional development workshop for practicing and pre-service K–12 teachers hosted...

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.

Interview with Magnus Fiskesjö

Updates on the human rights situation in Myanmar and in China's Xinjiang/East Turkistan, with Prof. Magnus Fiskesjö.

Conference Videos Now Available

On April 15–16, 40 panelists from around the world explored plantations' legacies. Watch the videos.

by Gregory Green, curator, John M. Echols Collection

As featured in the Spring 2021 SEAP Bulletin, Giok Po Oey (1922-2010) was hired to work at Cornell in 1957 and successfully built a world-class...

Discover languages, win prizes

This is the last week of our month-long celebration of the study of Southeast Asian languages at Cornell! 
The Southeast Asia Digital Library (SEADL) is excited to host its inaugural Undergraduate Paper Award! Students may submit term papers they've already...

Tom Pepinsky, SEAP

"Once the military is involved in politics, it's hard to get them out if they don't want to get out," says Tom Pepinsky, professor of government.