“Colonial Love,” a new episode of the “What Makes Us Human” podcast series, examines what love meant for colonial India’s mixed-race families.
Henry Olsen, senior fellow at the Ethics and Public Policy Center, will explain how America arrived its divisive state in a campus talk Oct. 30.
Creators of an exhibit will photographs and stories of residents of La Gloria, a Guatemalan refugee community of 3,800 people in Chiapas, Mexico, speak Nov. 9 in Rockefeller Hall.
A new space in Olin Library has been dedicated as the Isaac Kramnick Faculty Research Study in honor of the Richard J. Schwartz Professor of Government Emeritus.
The Contemporary Japanese Thought Initiative speaker series kicked off this week, and will continue Oct. 22 with Thomas Lamarre.
Events this week include music for experimental instruments, whales and chimes; architect and A.D. White professor Brinda Somaya; artist and fashion designer Ruby Chishti; and author Viet Thanh Nguyen.
Brown University scholar Bonnie Honig will lecture on feminist theory of refusal Oct. 25.
Alison Van Dyke, retired senior lecturer of performing and media arts and part of the Cornell Prison Education Program, died in London Oct. 5 at age 79.
A panel discussion, “Celebrating 150 Years of Ezra Cornell’s Promise: Reflections on What ‘...Any Person…Any Study’ Means,” will be held Monday, Oct. 29.