In the 1830s and 1840s, Delhi College was the center of a vibrant culture of translation. Works such as James Mill’s Political Economy, Euclid’s Elements, Oliver Goldsmith’s History of England,... Read more
This talk explores relations between legal authorities, both secular and ecclesiastical, and native peoples, especially the Coroado and Coropó, in the Atlantic forest north of Rio de Janeiro... Read more
Interested in documenting your teaching for the job market? Bring what you have and discuss how to best put things together. Register here.
Algerian questions— and answers— made the sexual revolution French. This talk sketches out a history of how and why, from Algeria’s independence from France in 1962 and through the cultural and... Read more
The Cornell Contemporary China Initiative Lecture Series, featuring interdisciplinary talks by scholars on issues in China today, runs every Monday this semester.
Nellie Chu, ILR Visiting... Read more
In a mere six decades we have steadily progressed from the dread of “silent spring” to the prospect of a lonely earth. Scientists have been busy cataloguing the epic ongoing loss of life—mass... Read more
What are the tools available for online classrooms? How can you make the most of this technology? This workshop reviews different technological solutions available and supported at Cornell, and... Read more
Holly Case, Associate Professor of History, Brown University, will speak at 12:15 in G-08 Uris Hall on “The Age of Questions: On the Relationship Between Universal War and Federation” at the... Read more
What can be done to enhance engagement in the classroom? This workshop explores the use of drama to develop student interest in course material.
What is a diversity statement? A growing number of institutions now require it as another component of the application package. This session provides participants an opportunity to explore what... Read more