“The conference showcased the true intergenerational and diverse group of scholars involved in Andean Studies,” said Prof. Cohen-Aponte.
A Nov. 16 talk sponsored by the Office of the Provost and the College of Arts and Sciences will shed light on the history of hate movements in the U.S.
The Department of Near Eastern Studies will offer “Understanding Events in Israel – Palestine” from 5-6:30 p.m. in Room 165 of McGraw Hall.
Reported violations of ethnic minority children’s rights by the Chinese government will be explored in a symposium Oct. 27.
A Cornell-led project team – with Global Hubs partners in India, the U.K, Ghana and Singapore – has received a two-year $250,000 design grant from the National Science Foundation to bring more comfortable days and nights to homes everywhere.
The corridor is a consortium of 11 universities and colleges endowed by the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation.
Faculty researchers paint a picture of what will happen if multilateral organizations fail to protect Armenian cultural heritage as Azerbaijan shells the disputed region.
The competitive fellowships send PhD students abroad for up to 12 months to build on their language proficiency, engage with other cultures and complete significant dissertation research on global cultures and societies.
The funded community-engaged learning projects provide opportunities for students to excavate ancient Pompeii, establish a community garden in Moshi, Tanzania and more.
The Falling Walls Science Summit 2023, set for November 7-9 in Berlin, will explore the forefront of scientific trends that shape the world.
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"This degree has spoken to every part of myself that I’ve ever been proud of and uncovered parts that I’ve since grown to love."
Faculty from six colleges across Cornell tackle issues ranging from the health of endangered wild dogs to the spread of misinformation through social media.
A&S faculty members will delve into questions ranging from quantum computing to foreign policy development and from heritage forensics to effects of climate change.
This summer, 101 students in the College of Arts and Sciences will take part in groundbreaking research on campus with 61 faculty as part of the Nexus Scholars Program.
Bianca Garcia is an anthropology and College Scholar major.
Chloe Ahmann (Anthropology) receives NEH Summer Stipend for archival research.
The finding helps clarify the historical record for the Indigenous communities devastated by the 1918-19 pandemic.
Several Arts & Sciences faculty members are among the 14 2023-24 fellows by the Cornell Center for Social Sciences (CCSS).
"A theme of the Harrison College Scholar Program is that our students are independent but not isolated."
Here is a selection of articles featuring Department of Anthropology faculty and students.
A new public history digital exhibition hosted by the Center for Teaching Innovation uses storytelling methods to look at Cornell’s past.
The remains, unearthed in 1964, had been kept in a university archive for six decades. They were returned on Feb. 21 at a small campus ceremony.
The refurbishment and preservation of McGraw has become a top priority for the College of Arts & Sciences and the university.
Anthropologist Noah Tamarkin has received the Jordan Schnitzer Book Award from the Association for Jewish Studies in the category of social science, anthropology, and folklore.
This semester’s work also featured an end-of-semester mini-field course for local children and youth presented by two Cornell students.
Llhuros – its relics, rituals, poetry, and music – as well as the academic commentary it inspired, "documents just one tiny little sliver of Cornell’s history. But it’s a fascinating one.”
Amiel Bize received a Cornell Center for Social Sciences seed grant.
Iman Ali, PhD student in socio-cultural anthropology, was selected as a 2022 National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellowship Program fellow.
The awards celebrate cooperation between the university and the greater Ithaca community.
The National Science Foundation offers approximately 2,000 fellowships per year to research-based master’s and doctoral students pursuing STEM studies.
The minor is distinctive in including courses from many disciplines, from across Cornell’s schools and colleges.
The program matches undergraduate students with summer opportunities to work side by side with faculty from across the College.
Her talk is one of three in the African Diaspora Knowledge Exchange Series.
More than a dozen students are taking part in the Cornell Biennial, which aims to serve as an anchor for the arts at Cornell.
Five International Cornell Curriculum grants totaling $114,000 will support faculty developing courses that feature international experiences for students.
When politicians get close to constituents, either physically or digitally, they manage expectations and offer assurances to constituents. But they also expose themselves to scrutiny, giving people the chance to see beyond the performance into imperfect government workings.
“A Tale of Two Mummies: Multisensory Experience” runs Oct. 7-9, from 9 a.m. to 7 p.m., in Upson Hall’s Lounge 116.
Noah Tamarkin's book, Genetic Afterlives: Black Jewish Indigeneity in South Africa, was awarded the honorable mention for the Diana Forsythe Prize.
The study compiled decades of high-resolution satellite imagery from the Nakhchivan Autonomous Republic of Azerbaijan.
“These efforts recognize the critical questions Jewishness raises and its place as part of a shared heritage.”
Cornell University Department of Anthropology invites applications for an assistant or associate professor in the archaeology of liberation, its promises, possibilities, intricacies and illusions.
"The Society for the Humanities thought there is no better way to kick off the year of Repair, than to begin at home."
Klarman Fellows pursue research in any discipline in the College, including natural sciences, social sciences, humanities and the creative arts as well as cross-disciplinary fields. The application deadline is October 14.
Their map will visualize research about the spread of existing or known and new or emerging zoonotic diseases.
This year’s Academic Venture Fund (AVF) seed grants for research support equitable and sustainable development, offshore wind energy, and improved indoor air quality.
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A number of special events are planned in the College of Arts & Sciences to celebrate Reunion 2022.
I'm excited to see where my background in Anthropology can take me. I've learned so much about the world through the minor and the skills I've picked up over the years will definitely help me in my future.
Anthropology enlivens the mind most with the richness of specifics, the thick descriptions that bring the pages to life.