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Global Public Voices Fellows

Einaudi's eight Global Public Voices fellows are working with international partners to expand the reach of Cornell’s academic expertise to new audiences. This year's theme: global racial justice.

Professor, History

Raymond Craib's research and teaching interests revolve around the intersections of space, politics, and everyday practice.

Assistant Professor, Africana Studies and Research Center

Jerel Ezell is a mixed-methods researcher and Fulbright scholar focused on health disparities and social inequality in post-industrial communities.

Assistant Professor, Africana Studies and Research Center

Tao Leigh Goffe is an assistant professor of literary theory and cultural history with a joint appointment in the Africana Studies and Research Center and Feminist, Gender, and Sexuality Studies Program.

Assistant Professor, International and Comparative Labor

Tristan Ivory's research is principally concerned with various aspects of sub-Saharan African geographic, social, and economic mobility. His first research project explored these issues for Sub-Saharan African migrants in Japan.

International Professor of Environmental and Indigenous Studies

Geographic Research Area: Afghanistan, India, Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan, China, Alaska, Canada, and Russia

Visiting Assistant Clinical Professor, Law

Ian Kysel is a core faculty member in Cornell Law School's Migration and Human Rights Program and codirects the Asylum and Convention Against Torture Appellate Clinic.

Associate Professor, Global Health, Epidemiology, and Nutrition

Geographic Research Area: India, Kenya, and Ecuador

Teaching/Research Interests: Infectious disease, nutrition, and epidemiology

Assistant Professor, City and Regional Planning

Linda Shi's research and professional practice focus on urban environmental governance and advancing planning policies to manage the urban climate transition in ways that improve social equity.