The Institute for African Development welcomes Maina Kiai, a human rights lawyer from Kenya, and Sophie Oldfield, a geographer at the University of Cape Town.
Enrique Morones, president and founder of Border Angels, will speak on “Border Angels, Border Realities and Immigration Today” Sept. 25 in Ithaca.
Members of the faculty are invited to submit research proposals for new Cornell China Center Innovation Grants, announced Sept. 17.
White House reporter April Ryan will discuss her experiences and her new book at the Daniel W. Kops Freedom of the Press Lecture Thursday, Sept. 20.
Professors Emeriti Isaac Kramnick and R. Laurence Moore explore atheism in American public life in their new book, “Godless Citizens in a Godly Republic.”
"RGB," the documentary on Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg ’54, airs Monday, Sept. 3 on CNN.
Historian Mostafa Minawi spent seven months in Sudan, Turkey, the United Kingdom, Somalia and Djibouti, tracking down details for his new book. The most surprising thing he found, he said, was how alive that history is in some areas.
A new book reveals the influence of Southern white supremacists on national public policy from Reconstruction to the New Deal to today.
A growing number of international cities are taking more inclusive approaches for informal workers, such as home-based workers, street vendors and the self-employed, according to Cornell-led research.