Events this week include jazz concerts by Alicia Olatuja and campus and Ithaca ensembles; Darwin Days talks; Valentine's Day films, Oscar nominees and a documentary on Bill Nye '77.
Eleven Cornell students traveled to Cuba over winter break, getting a glimpse of the island nation from the inside.
Leslie Adelson has written “Cosmic Miniatures and the Future Sense: Alexander Kluge's 21st-century Literary Experiments in German Culture and Narrative Form.”
Events this week include a Schubert recital with Malcolm Bilson, Ariana Kim and Shin Hwang; a Black History Month film series, and exhibitions and talks with alumni architect William Lim and artist Doug Hall.
David Feldshuh’s new play, “Dancing with Giants,” will have its world premiere Feb. 8 at the Illusion Theater in Minneapolis.
The After Experimental Music symposium will bring scholars, performers and artist-practitioners from across North America to Cornell Feb. 8-11.
A semesterlong series of lectures, “The Difficulty of Democracy: Challenges and Prospects,” begins Feb. 9.
Stephen Spinelli, director of the Cornell Chorale and Chamber Singers, sang on a CD that won the 2018 Grammy Award for Best Choral Performance Jan. 28.
Historian Durba Ghosh examines the interplay between India’s militant movement and the nonviolent civil disobedience led by Gandhi.