The Mario Einaudi Center for International Studies is Cornell's hub for research, teaching, and learning about international issues. Founded in 1961 and based on the first floor of Uris Hall, the center provides a home to ten area studies and thematic programs. Two of these – the Southeast Asia Program and South Asia Program – are U.S. Department of Education Title VI National Resource Centers (NRCs).

The Einaudi Center and its programs make research and travel grants to faculty and students; organize conferences, workshops, seminars, roundtables, debates, lectures, and other events; sponsor faculty fellows, postdoctoral fellows, visiting scholars, and practitioners in residence; produce books, e-books, journals, working papers, and other publications; offer undergraduate and graduate minors; manage a doctoral dissertation proposal development program; spearhead research initiatives within and beyond the university; provide materials and assistance to educators across New York State; and support interdisciplinary working groups that tackle complex issues of global concern.

The center also works with other programs on campus to internationalize the university's research, teaching, and outreach agenda. More than 800 faculty members collaborate with the center and its programs.

For more information, visit the Einaudi Center's website.

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  • CCCI: Shelley Rigger 

    Rigger, Shelley (2021-11-15)
    Is China a Part of Taiwan? was the talk title given by Shelley Rigger, Professor of Political Science, Davidson University on November 15, 2021.
  • 2021-2022 Hu Shih Distinguished Lecture: Tim Brook 

    Brook, Timothy (East Asia Program, Cornell University, 2021-10-28)
    Timothy Brook, Professor of History, Department of History, The University of British Columbia - On October 28, 2021, Professor Brook gave the annual Hu Shih Distinguished Lecture titled "Government for the People: Troubling ...
  • CCCI James Millward: Decolonizing Chinese Historiography 

    Millward, James (East Asia Program, Cornell University, 2021-10-25)
    Professor James Millward, Georgetown University gave this talk titled, "Decolonizing Chinese Historiography with special attention to Xinjiang." The talk was co-sponsored by the East Asia Program's Contemporary China ...
  • CCCI Gerald Roche Tibet, China, and Settler Colonialism 

    Roche, Gerald (East Asia Program, Cornell University, 2021-04-12)
    Tibet, China, and Settler Colonialism The term settler colonialism is increasingly being used to describe the relationship between the People’s Republic of China and its so-called ethnic minorities, such as Tibetans and ...
  • CCCI: Ana Candela From Compradors to Hacendados 

    Candela, Ana (East Asia Program, Cornell University, 2020-02-22)
    From Compradors to Hacendados Cantonese Merchants In Peru and the Expanding Settler Colonial Frontiers of the Cantonese Pacific. Ana Candela, Assistant Professor of Sociology at Binghamton University Embracing the gendered ...
  • Natural Infrastructure in China’s Era of Ecological Civilization 

    Yeh, Emily (East Asia Program, Cornell University, 2020-10-19)
    Speaker: Emily T. Yeh is Professor of Geography at the University of Colorado, Boulder Abstract: Although infrastructure is conventionally thought of in reference to human-designed systems such as railroads, pipelines, ...
  • Reframing Disability: Manga's Portrayals of Deaf Characters 

    Okuyama, Yoshiko (East Asia Program, Cornell University, 2021-10-18)
    Yoshiko Okuyama, a professor of Japanese studies at the University of Hawai’i at Hilo, discusses "Reframing Disability in Manga" (University of Hawaii Press 2020), which she wrote after interviewing manga artists, conducting ...
  • At the Edge of China—life in a Tibetan town 

    Demick, Barbara (East Asia Program, Cornell University, 2021-09-27)
    Barbara Demick - author and journalist, formal Bureau Chief of the Los Angeles Time in Beijing and Seoul, previously reported from the Middle East and Balkans for the Philadelphia Inquirer, press fellow at the Council on ...
  • SEAP Bulletin Fall 2021 

    Unknown author (2021-10-13)
    The Southeast Asia Program Bulletin is a bi-annual publication covering Cornell faculty and student research, SEAP outreach activities, as well as SEAP news and updates.
  • Intergenerational Reproduction Migration: the Case of China 

    Xiang, Biao (East Asia Program, Cornell University, 2021-05-10)
    Professor Xiang Biao, Professor of Social Anthropology, Oxford University, MPI for Social Anthropology, Max Planck Institute - International reproduction migration means that people move for the purpose of maintaining and ...

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