More than 450 faculty from across Cornell come together at the Einaudi Center to imagine and conduct global research. Over 150 graduate and undergraduate students find resources, inspiration, and a global scholarly community through Einaudi's eight regional and thematic programs and minors.
Reppy Institute Graduate Fellow
Adjunct Associate Professor, Government
XU Xin is the program manager for the China and Asia-Pacific Studies program (CAPS). His research and teaching focus on Chinese foreign policy and East Asian international relations.
Migrations Faculty Fellow
Stephen Yale-Loehr leads the Einaudi Center's Migrations research team, focused on advancing the health of U.S. refugee and immigrant populations.
Dongwei Yang is a Ph.D candidate from Renmin University of China. He holds an M.A. in comparative literature from Southwest University in China. His research interests are modern and contemporary Chinese poetry and translation studies.
Ivanna Sang Een Yi is a scholar of Korean literature, culture, and performance. Her research focuses on the performative dimensions of living oral traditions as they interact with written literature and the environment from the late Chosŏn period to the present.
Joshua Young holds a doctorate in Japanese literature with a scholarly focus on early modern and modern performance and intellectual history.
Elaine focuses on the effects of vitamin D supplementation among adult patients with tuberculosis (as well as a subset living with human immunodeficiency virus co-infection) in southern India.
Visiting Scholar, 2019-20
Liu Yuchun is an associate professor at Wuhan University of Science and Technology in China. She holds a doctorate in ancient Chinese history from Wuhan University.
Her research interests are gender, body, and medicine in the Song dynasty.
Degree Pursued: MPA
Anticipated Degree Year: 2019-2020
Committee chair/advisor: Tim O'Toole
Primary Language: Indonesian
Adjunct Assistant Professor, Asian Studies
Liren Zheng is the curator of the Charles W. Wason Collection on East Asia at the Cornell University Library. Previously he was the curator of the Dr. Shao You-Bao Overseas Chinese Research and Documentation Center, Ohio University Library (1998-2006).