Events

The Latina/o Studies Program Fridays with Faculty seminar offers an opportunity for Latina/o and non-Latina/o students of all levels and disciplines to meet faculty and administrators from across the university for informal conversation about their current research/work in progress. All welcome!

Facemasks are required to attend. Following the event a limited number of box lunches will…

James Millward, Professor of Inter-societal History, Walsh School of Foreign Service, Georgetown University

Decolonizing Chinese Historiography—with special attention to Xinjiang

This talk focuses on the use of history, and, more broadly, examines how common concepts and vocabulary used by nearly all China scholars teaching and writing in English not only mischaracterize the past…

, Emerson Hall, 135

Fall 2021 SIPS Plant Breeding and Genetics Weekly Section Seminars

Abstract

This session will provide participants who have an interest in increasing STEAM (science, technology, engineering, agriculture, and math) diversity through the development of collaborative partnerships with Minority Serving Institutions (MSIs). Particular focus will be on MSIs designated as Historically…

, Anabel Taylor Hall B21, B21

Join Derek Chang (Asian American Studies; History) and Wai-Kwong Wong (CAPS) for a look back at the events of the year and discussion on their continued impact on Asian Pacific Islander Desi American (APIDA) communities.

We strive to make our event acceceble to everyone. If you need accomadations to participate in this event, please contact aasp@cornell…

The U.S. Congress designated October as National Disability Employment Awareness Month (NDEAM) to educate about disability employment issues and commemorate the value and contributions people with disabilities bring to our diverse workplaces. In this session we will have a conversation with Erin Sember-Chase, a long time Cornell employee and co-chair of the CU Disability Colleague Network,…

Featuring author and guest speaker Dr. Ijeoma Nwaogu.

Read more about Dr. Nwaogu below:

Ijeoma C. Nwaogu, Ph.D. is the Founder and CEO of EVERLEAD, LLC., a leadership coaching and consulting enterprise. She is also a Coach and Founding Faculty of Success HER Way, a career pivot accelerator program. Ijeoma served as a director of the Multicultural Center at Rice University in…

, Willard Straight Theatre

1968 > Senegal > Directed by Ousmane Sembene

With Mamadou Guye, Ynousse N'Diaye

The story of an elderly family patriarch, a likably self-centered man of the old world with fragile pretentions to social distinction, who receives a money order from Europe, only to find himself faced with a maze of bureaucratic red tape to cash it. Sharply satirical, the film is a comedy…

, Clark Hall, 700

Political scientists Rebecca Hamlin and Lamis Abdelaaty are migration scholars whose work has broad implications for the study of asylum and migrant rights. In their new books, they look closely at the categories and labels that we assign to people on the move, how states respond to refugees, and how these labels and asylum systems affect people on the move.

They'll join Cornell…

, G-08 Uris Hall

Issues in African Development Seminar Series examines critical concerns in contemporary Africa using a different theme each semester. The seminars provide a forum for participants to explore alternative perspectives and exchange ideas. They are also a focal activity for students and faculty interested in African development. In addition, prepares students for higher level courses on African…

At 4:00 p.m. on Thursday October 28th, Eli Clare will give a public talk , entitled “Prevention, Treatment, Cure: Thinking About Survival, Disposability, and Profit Beyond the COVID-19 Vaccines,” hosted the CNY Humanities Corridor working group on health humanities.

In this talk, Eli will explore the complexities and contradictions of prevention, treatment, and cure amid capitalism. He…