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Professor, Chemistry and Chemical Biology

Héctor D. Abruña is interested in development and characterization of new materials using a wide variety of techniques for fuel cells, batteries, and molecular assemblies for molecular electronics.

Professor, Africana and Romance Studies

Gerard Aching is interested in 19th and 20th century Caribbean literature and intellectual histories, theories of modernisms and modernity in Latin America, 19th-century colonial literature in the Caribbean, slavery and philosophy, visual regimes and politics in Caribbean popular cultures, and la

Professor, Entomology

Arthur Agnello is the primary contributor to the development and implementation of the fruit program area plan of work that addresses the needs of diverse audience groups.

Administrative Assistant (Part-Time)
Mavis Akosua Amegah-Dorr is an administrative assistant for the Latin American and Carribean Studies program and the Reppy Institute for Peace and Conflict Studies. 
Visiting Graduate Student

Janeth Arias will be the Quechua Language instructor at Cornell for AY ‘22-‘23. She is from Bolivia.

Professor, History
Edward Baptist leads the Einaudi Center's inequalities, identities, and justice global research priority in academic years 2022–24.
William Nelson Cromwell Professor Emeritus, Law School

John Barceló is interested in international commercial arbitration, trade agreements, European Union law, and international law. He has been principally responsible for developing Cornell's international legal studies program over several decades.

Director, Latin American and Caribbean Studies Program

Ernesto Bassi Arevalo is an associate professor of history in the College of Arts and Sciences. His research interests coalesce around two significant questions: How do people develop geographic and cultural identifications?

Frank H.T. Rhodes Professor of Humane Letters

Carole Boyce Davies is interested in African diaspora studies, global Black women's writing, comparative Black literature, African literature, Caribbean oral and written literature, transnational feminist theory, and Black women and political leadership in the African diaspora.

Associate Professor, Literatures in English

Mary Pat Brady is interested in Chicana and latinx literature, film, and culture; American literature; critical geography; and queer and critical race theory.