The EAP community reaches across the university, with more than 50 affiliated faculty, more than 100 affiliated graduate and undergraduate students, and visiting scholars, postdocs, and staff colleagues from other institutes at Cornell and around the world.
EAP is staffed by three positions as well as several student workers.
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Kenneth L. Robinson Professor of Applied Economics and Public Policy
Shanjun Li is the Kenneth L. Robinson Professor of Applied Economics and Public Policy in the Dyson School of Applied Economics and Management. He serves as the co-director of Cornell Institute for China Economic Research (CICER).
Lecturer, Asian Studies
Rui Liu is a lecturer in the Department of Asian Studies, College of Arts and Sciences.
Professor Emeritus, Economics
Tom Lyons studies China's recent economic history.
Adjunct Assistant Professor, Asian Studies
Daniel McKee's research interests include verbal-visual relations, Tokugawa period art and literature, comedy in Japanese art and literature, and kyōka and haikai poetry.
Associate Professor, Asian Studies
Robin McNeal received his PhD from the University of Washington in ancient Chinese history. His teaching at Cornell includes classical Chinese language, text studies, and history and thought of the pre-imperial and early imperial eras.
Senior Lecturer, Asian Studies
Frances Yufen Lee Mehta is a senior lecturer in the Department of Asian Studies, College of Arts and Sciences.
Lecturer, Asian Studies
Having received his B.A. in intercultural studies (concentration in Linguistics) from Kobe University, Takashi Miki went to graduate school in South Korea to study the field of Asian language pedagogy (Japanese and Korean) and second language acquisition, and received a Ph.D.
Frank and Rosa Rhodes Professor of Sociology
Victor Nee's current research interests in economic sociology examines the role of networks and norms in the emergence of economic institutions and organizations.
Associate Professor, History of Art and Visual Studies
An-Yi Pan researches Buddhist Art with special interest in the relation between Chinese intellectual participation in Buddhism and Buddhist painting, Buddhist architecture in relation to precepts, monastic hieratical structure, liturgical as well as spiritual spaces, and trans-continental blossom
Assistant Professor, History
Kristin Roebuck is drafting a book manuscript entitled Japan Reborn: Race and the Family of Nations after World War II.