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8:00 am

Over the last decade, some emerging markets have witnessed astounding growth, while others have struggled with stagnation and underdevelopment.

3:30 pm

The Cornell Classical Chinese Colloquium welcomes Nathan Vieal, University of Toronto to lead the final text reading for the semester. He will present on Fan Zongshi's "Jiang shouju yuanchi ji" and the Reception of an Impossible Text

3:00 pm

In 2001, the Global War on Terror (GWOT) was inaugurated under U.S. leadership. Since then, U.S. Armed Forces have conducted significant operations in at least ten countries and been implicated in military operations and incarceration in dozens more.

4:00 pm, Uris Hall, G-08

The Mario Einaudi Center for International Studies, in partnership with the Society for the Humanities, presents this symposium featuring five cutting-edge researchers whose work crosses disciplinary lines to tackle some of the world’s most pressing problems.

4:00 pm, Uris Hall, Einaudi Conference Room G-08

Join us for an information session to learn more about the new cycle of Migrations grants, open to all PI-eligible faculty (including tenured, tenure-track, professors of practice, senior research associates, and clinical-track faculty), irrespective of their college or school.

10:00 am, Johnson Museum of Art

Please note our Thanksgiving break hours: Closed November 25-26, open 11AM-3PM on November 27-28.

12:15 pm, Uris Hall, G08

Talk by Samah Choudhury (Religious Studies, Ithaca College)

3:30 pm, Stimson Hall, G25

"Bilingual Community-Based Language Pedagogy: An Arab-Jewish Language Café in Jerusalem"
Yarden Kedar
Israel Institute Visiting Faculty, Department of Psychology, Cornell University