Brann elected as Fellow of the Medieval Academy of America

In recognition of his distinguished scholarly contributions to medieval studies, Professor Ross Brann will be inducted during the academy’s annual meeting in Washington, D.C. on Feb. 25.

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‘Bombing among friends’: Historian probes Allied raids on Italy

In new book, Matthew Evangelista, the President White Professor of History and Political Science in the Department of Government, examines why Allied bombing raids during World War II killed tens of thousands of Italian civilians after the armistice signed in September 1943, when Italy was no longer an enemy.

Morse ’96 named A&S Zubrow Distinguished Visiting Journalist

Prominent new media executive and veteran journalist Andrew Morse ’96 has been named the Zubrow Distinguished Visiting Journalist Fellow in the College of Arts and Sciences for spring 2023.

Historian wins NEH grant for work on British-India empire building

Robert Travers is taking a deeper look at the impeachment trial of Warren Hastings.

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Spring 2023 at AAP: collaboration in action

While the fall semester showcased the inspiration and new ways of thinking to be found in dialogue among passionate collaborators across disciplines, with the turn toward spring AAP celebrates results: new departments, degrees, classes, and faculty.

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A&S Klarman Fellows program renewed and expanded

The Klarman Postdoctoral Fellowship program in Arts and Sciences has been expanded to 10 fellows per cohort and extended by five years, thanks to additional significant support from Seth Klarman ’79 and Beth Schultz Klarman.

New work by Prof. Roberto Sierra featured in Jan. 29 concert

The Sierra Duo – John Haines-Eitzen, cello, and Matthew Bengtson, piano – will perform Sierra’s “Cuatro Piezas para cello y piano” and other pieces Jan. 29.

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AAP department of art announces unique new image text M.F.A.

A new interdisciplinary, low-residency graduate program welcomes new faculty integrating critical engagement and creative practices across image and text.

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MLK's 1960s visits to Cornell still resonate today

Martin Luther King Jr.’s historic visits to Cornell on Nov. 13, 1960, and April 14, 1961, came at a pivotal point in his life and in American political and social history.