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Sarah Wolff is Professor in International Studies and Global Politics at Leiden University in the Netherlands. Prior to that, she held a Professor position in European Politics and International Relations at Queen Mary University of London where she also directed the Centre for European Research (2017-2023) and was awarded a NEXTEUK Jean Monnet Chair of Excellence (2020-…

, ILR Conference Center, 423

This one-day symposium will explore the intersections of policy, practice and engagement related to health equity and justice in our criminal, health communication, environmental health and housing systems. The symposium will host renowned social scientist Melissa Creary for the keynote address, panel discussions involving local, regional and statewide researchers, community practitioners, and…

, A. D. White House

Trans Studies Now! is a year-long speaker series organized by the Feminist, Gender, and Sexuality Studies Program and the LGBT Studies Program at Cornell, with co-sponsorship from the Department of Literatures in English and the Society for the Humanities. Featuring cutting-edge scholars from a range of disciplines, the series offers a forum for discussing this field; audience members are…

Bilingual Meetings (Portuguese and English) are online meetings in which Portuguese-speaking community at Cornell meet students from various institutions and schools in Brazil as well as representatives of Afro-Brazilian organizations to discuss books written by Black writers, identity, representation, and raacism in a safe and respectful environment.

This semester we will discuss…

, Stimson Hall, G12

Join us in G12 Stimson Hall or on Zoom to practice your Swahili skills and meet new people. Conversation Hours provide an opportunity to use the target language in an informal, low-pressure atmosphere. Have fun practicing a language you are learning! Gain confidence through experience! Just using your new language skills helps you learn more than you might think. Conversation Hours are are…

, Warren Hall, 401

Circular Economy at Cornell University is proud to announce the second annual sustainability symposium in memory of Chris Dennis.

The Chris Dennis Memorial Sustainability Symposium honors Chris Dennis '13, an International Agriculture & Rural Development (IARD) Cornell alumnus who passed away during his graduation week 11 years ago.

The panel discussion will focus on…

, Bailey Hall

The Klezmatics became world-renowned superstars when they erupted out of New York City’s East Village in 1986 to revitalize klezmer for new generations. Their music is steeped in Eastern European Jewish tradition and spirituality, while also incorporating contemporary themes such as human rights, antifundamentalism, and eclectic musical influences—from jazz and punk to Arab, African, Latin,…

, 429 Rockefeller Hall, 429

Come meet one of your own! Jazmin Aguilar-Romero is a Cornell alumna who graduated in 2018, majoring in chemistry and minoring in Latina/o Studies. After leaving Ithaca, she earned a PhD in chemistry at the University of Illinois and is now a postdoctoral research fellow at the University of Minnesota!

Guest Speaker: Jazmin Aguilar-Romero ’18

Dr. Aguilar-Romero knows what it…

, Morrill Hall, 404

Talk Title: Transforming “Misogynoir in Medicine”
Moya Bailey, Northwestern University

Abstract: Black women’s bodies have been instrumental in the development of medical and scientific breakthroughs, which have aided countless humans across the world. However, the degree to which these medical and scientific gains have actually helped the health and well-being of Black women…

, 190 Rockefeller Hall

Join Feminist, Gender, & Sexuality Studies Program for our
Faculty Work Luncheon
with Ambre Dromgoole, PhD.
Assistant Professor of Africana Studies

THURSDAY, APRIL 25
12PM-1PM
190 Rockefeller Hall

Hailing from Nashville, TN, Ambre Dromgoole is an assistant professor of Africana religions and music in the Africana Studies & Research Center.…