In a virtual conference on April 15–16, scholars, activists and practitioners from around the world will meet to explore plantations’ deep-rooted legacies, including racial inequality, dispossession and climate change.
Writer, activist and political analyst Nanjala Nyabola will discuss her upcoming book as part ofGlobal Cornell’s Race and Racism across Borders webinar on April 12 at 11:00 a.m. Following the dialogue, Cornell students will present their original prose, poems and visual art.
A webinar organized by Cornell Asian American Studies Program will bring together three scholars of refugee studies to explore humanitarian and other efforts that have formed following U.S. wars in Vietnam, Laos and Cambodia.
Cornell students will have the opportunity for hands-on learning about ecological and social approaches to agricultural systems thanks to a new fellowship in the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences.