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Podcast explores science fiction and the human future

“Imagining the Future,” a new episode of the “What Makes Us Human” podcast series, explores how science fiction can help make sense of climate change.

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Archaeology grad students bring Ethics Bowl home

Cornell’s team won the Society for American Archaeology Ethics Bowl April 12 in Washington, D.C.

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Jelani Cobb to address policing and racial justice in Krieger Lecture

Columbia University historian Jelani Cobb will deliver the 2018 Krieger Lecture in American Political Culture May 3 on police violence against black people.

Things to Do, April 27-May 4, 2018

Events this week include skating at Lynah Rink; a Tchaikovsky symphony concert; an animated portrait of Vincent Van Gogh; a runway show and designer talk, and a student-curated American landscape exhibit.

College Scholars explore Japanese cultural property to tech design

Eighteen students from the Class of 2020 have been selected as the new class of College Scholars for the College of Arts and Sciences.

For debaters, success on North Korea a question of expectations

“How should we engage with North Korea?” was the focus of the latest debate in the Lund Critical Debates Series sponsored by the Einaudi Center.

In a Word to explore writing ‘beyond the human’

On May 2, associate professors of English Joanie Mackowski and Elisha Cohn will explore how to write beyond the human.

Mukoma explores African literary tradition in new book

In “The Rise of the African Novel: Politics of Language, Identity and Ownership,” Mukoma Wa Ngugi addresses the critical reception of African literature and its beginnings.

History grad has front row seat to D.C. drama

When Jordan Fabian ’09 walks the halls of the White House, he always has three questions in his mind, just in case President Donald Trump happens to pass him in the hallway.

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