The College of Arts and Sciences consists of 600 Faculty and 300 staff members with 50 departments and programs that study and teach the humanities and arts, the basic sceinces and mathematics, and the social sciences.

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Recent Submissions

  • How to Be in Two Places at Once: Listening to the Firesign Theatre in the U.S. and Vietnam 

    Braddock, Jeremy (The Organist / KCRW and McSweeney's, 2017-12-14)
    A podcast that discusses the distinctive way the recordings of the Firesign Theatre were listened to collectively, in the United States and Vietnam, during the years of their Columbia recording contract, 1967-75. Features ...
  • The Firesign Theatre's Wax Poetics: Overdub, Dissonance, and Narrative in the Age of Nixon 

    Braddock, Jeremy (Sounding Out!, 2017-11-27)
    A short article on how the Firesign Theater, during the period of their contract with Columbia Records (1967-75), pioneered a new form of sound-based literary writing using the emerging technologies of multitrack recording, ...
  • German Culture News, Vol. XXVI, Fall 2017 

    Unknown author (Institute for German Cultural Studies, 2017-10)
    German Culture News is produced by the Institute for German Cultural Studies, Cornell University. Peter Gilgen: Acting Director; Olga Petrova: Editor & Designer; Matteo Calla: Copy Editor; Jacy Tackett: Photographer & ...
  • Data from: "Larger but not louder: bigger honey bee colonies have quieter combs” 

    Smith, Michael L; Chen, Po-Cheng (2017-10-02)
    Communication is impossible if the sender’s signal cannot overcome background noise to reach the receiver. This obstacle is present in all communication modalities, forcing organisms to develop diverse mechanisms to overcome ...
  • Finite state intensional semantics 

    Rooth, Mats (2017-10)
    The paper presents a computable formulation of Hintikka semantics for clausal complements and partition semantics for questions in a framework where worlds are strings, propositions are regular sets of worlds, and epistemic ...

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