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Tom Pepinsky is a professor of government and director of the Southeast Asia Program at Cornell University, he says the deal is a major development in U.S. Indo-Pacific strategy.
In the Society for the Humanities Invitational Lecture Feb. 15, art historian Verity Platt will present her research on the humble sea sponge.
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.
A poet and essayist, Gay will read from his most recent collection of essays, “Inciting Joy” and other works.
On Tuesday, as the Academy released its picks for Oscars contenders, “Everything Everywhere All at Once” clearly lead the pack with 11 awards nominations.
Robert Travers is taking a deeper look at the impeachment trial of Warren Hastings.
The construction of the Fred Young Submillimeter Telescope being developed by CCAT Observatory Inc., an international consortium of universities led by Cornell, is drawing to a close.
Ten exceptional early-career scholars will join the College of Arts and Sciences this year as recipients of Klarman Postdoctoral Fellowships, enabling them to pursue leading-edge research in the sciences, social sciences and humanities.
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.