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Mario Einaudi Center for International Studies

Latin American Studies Program

12:00 pm

Virtual

Spanish colonial accounts of the former Inka Empire chart a vast political landscape of diverse ethnic polities that were differentiated by language, dress, and custom. The ethno-territorial maps derived from these accounts have significantly shaped how archaeologists describe and classify stylistic variation in…

Mario Einaudi Center for International Studies

South Asia Program

11:30 am

Virtual

Partisan Aesthetics explores art's entanglements with histories of war, famine, mass politics and displacements that marked late-colonial and postcolonial India. Introducing "partisan aesthetics" as a conceptual grid, the book identifies ways in which art became political through interactions with…

Mario Einaudi Center for International Studies

Latin American Studies Program

1:00 pm

Virtual

Sponsored by the Central New York Humanities Corridor from an award by the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation

Georgina J. Whittingham (B.A. Queens College, M.A. Stanford University, Ph.D. Rutgers University) is Professor of Spanish and Latin American Literature at the State University of New York at Oswego. She is…

Mario Einaudi Center for International Studies

Comparative Muslim Societies Program

Southeast Asia Program

4:30 pm

Virtual

Although Hamka (Haji Abdul Malik Karim Amrullah, 1908-1981) embraced modernist ideas of purity, he also embraced the idea that Islam manifested itself differently in different places and times. Indeed, this was natural and necessary. As a Indonesian writer of great popularity and authority, and also as an…

Latin American Studies Program

12:30 pm

Virtual

Pedagogical concerns of curiosity, minoritarian difference, and ethics in teaching

Graduate Student Workshop with Christina León
Assistant Professor of English at Princeton University

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March 31
12:30PM

Christina has published a piece merging her…

Latin American Studies Program

4:30 pm

Virtual

Exorbitant Dust: Manuel Ramos Otero’s Queer and Colonial Matters

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March 31
4:30PM

Christina León is Assistant Professor of English at Princeton University. Her work centers on hemispheric American literature with a focus on Latinx, Caribbean, and diasporic studies, in…

Mario Einaudi Center for International Studies

East Asia Program

12:01 am

Virtual

Ithaca Premiere>2004 > Hong Kong > Directed by Wong Kar Wai
With Chang Chen, Gong Li
Originally conceived for the omnibus film Eros, this film - presented in this retrospective for the first time in its extended cut - tells the tale of Zhang, a shy tailor's assistant enraptured by a…

Mario Einaudi Center for International Studies

Southeast Asia Program

12:30 pm

Virtual

Part of the Ronald and Janette Gatty Lecture Series

Anthony Irwin, Society of Humanities Postdoctoral Fellow, Cornell University

This talk focuses on the production, ritual use, and recent mass proliferation of magical swords in northern Thailand. Considered to be some of the most powerful Buddhist…

Institute for European Studies

2:30 pm

Virtual

Speakers List:

Anne McClintock | Princeton University

Ashley Dawson | City University of New York

Bronwyn Leebaw | University of California, Riverside

Anoo Siddiqui | Columbia University

Billy Fleming | Weitzman School of Design

Moderated by Esra Akcan, Cornell University…

Mario Einaudi Center for International Studies

East Asia Program

3:30 pm

Virtual

The Cornell Classical Chinese Colloquium (CCCC) 古文品讀 is a reading group for scholars interested in premodern Sinographic (古文) text. The group typically meets monthly during the semester to explore a variety of classical Chinese texts and styles. Other premodern texts linked to classical Chinese in Japanese, Korean…

Past Events

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Mario Einaudi Center for International Studies

Institute for African Development

1:00 pm

Virtual

In Genetic Afterlives: Black Jewish Indigeneity in South Africa, Noah Tamarkin considers new ways to think about belonging that can acknowledge the importance of historical and sacred ties to land without valorizing autochthony, borders, or other technologies of exclusion.

Tamarkin will join a panel of…

Mario Einaudi Center for International Studies

1:00 pm

Virtual

In Genetic Afterlives: Black Jewish Indigeneity in South Africa, Noah Tamarkin considers new ways to think about belonging that can acknowledge the importance of historical and sacred ties to land without valorizing autochthony, borders, or other technologies of exclusion.

Tamarkin will join a panel of…

East Asia Program

Southeast Asia Program

South Asia Program

9:00 am

Virtual

Please join us for an invited talk by Prof. Peter Skilling, generously co-sponsored by the Departments of Asian Studies, History and Philosophy; the South Asia, Southeast Asia, East Asia and Religious Studies Programs; and the Graduate and Professional Student Assembly. The event is open to all interested, and…

Mario Einaudi Center for International Studies

Reppy Institute for Peace and Conflict Studies

Comparative Muslim Societies Program

East Asia Program

Southeast Asia Program

Latin American Studies Program

Institute for African Development

Institute for European Studies

South Asia Program

4:45 pm

Virtual

Is the Einaudi Center's International Relations minor for you? Here's a chance to find out. Graduates go on to successful careers in fields like international law, economics, agriculture, trade, finance, journalism, education, and government service.

Contact:…

Mario Einaudi Center for International Studies

4:00 pm

Virtual

The Migrations Forum is an interdisciplinary works-in-progress series for Cornell migrations scholars, bringing together graduate students and faculty across disciplines to share ongoing research.

At this session, Ian Kysel will present on the topic of "Launching a Migrant Rights Database."