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Publications

Daniel Johnson
Textual Cacophony explores the behaviors and routines of communication within anonymous internet culture in Japan. Focusing on the video sharing website Niconico, social m

East Asia Program

Edited by Esra Akcan and Iftikhar Dadi
This book brings together essays by established and emerging scholars that discuss Pakistan, Turkey, and their diasporas in Europe.

Mario Einaudi Center for International Studies

Institute for European Studies

South Asia Program

By Our Faculty
Wang Anyi
I Love Bill and Other Stories showcases the work of Wang Anyi, one of China's most prolific and highly regarded writers, in two novellas and three short stories.

East Asia Program

South Asia Program
The 2023 Bulletin includes articles on Afghan students and scholars at Cornell, Cornell leaders’ visits to India, Visiting Scholars’ campus experien

South Asia Program

Rachel Beatty Riedl
Einaudi Center director Rachel Beatty Riedl served on the APSA Presidential Task Force on Political Parties and wrote Chapter 10: Factions, Moderation, and Democratic Responsibility.

Mario Einaudi Center for International Studies

By Our Faculty
Stephanie Joy Mawson
In Incomplete Conquests, Stephanie Joy Mawson uncovers the limitations of Spanish empire in the Philippines, unearthing histories of resistan

Southeast Asia Program

Joseph Scalice
The Drama of Dictatorship uncovers the role played by rival Communist parties in the conflict that culminated in Ferdinand Marcos' declaration of martial law

Southeast Asia Program

Shu Yang
Untamed Shrews traces the evolution of unruly women in Chinese literature, from the reviled "shrew" to the celebrated "new woman." Notorious for her violence, jealousy, and promiscuity, th

East Asia Program

Van Nguyen-Marshall
In Between War and the State, Van Nguyen-Marshall examines an array of voluntary activities, including mutual-help, professional, charitable,

Southeast Asia Program

Wendy Wolford et al
This forum for dialogue and reflection invites empirical and theoretical inquiries that critically interrogate plantations in their myriad forms through the conceptual analytic of the Plantationoce

Mario Einaudi Center for International Studies

By Our Faculty