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“A-typical Muslims: A Discourse of ‘True’ and ‘Tntegrated’ Islam Among Young Italian-Bangladeshis Living in Rome (Italy),” by Andrea Priori, CMS Seminar Series
Wednesday, November 18, 2020
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‘Our parents couldn’t teach us what Islam actually is!’ This assertion, made by a 24-year-old youth, epitomizes the critical stance of second-generation Italian-Bangladeshis towards the religiosity of first-generation migrants. Based on ethnographic research within the Bangladeshi community in Rome, this presentation illustrates the apparently oxymoronic characteristics of a discourse of Muslim-ness which, despite stressing the importance of a return to the primary sources of Islam, combines... READ MORE

LRC Happy Hour
Tuesday, November 17, 2020
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Join us on Zoom throughout the fall for LRC Happy Hour. Every third Tuesday of the month. We'd love to hear how it’s going! All of it. Bring your (language instruction) stories whether they be good, bad, amazing, or unusual. It takes all kinds of stories to make a Happy Hour great!Bring your own coffee, tea, or mystery beverage.While we can't serve lunch, the LRC will provide fun, jokes, and laughs free of charge.Also, we just want to see your smiling faces, because we miss you. More... READ MORE

South of the Future: Marketing Care and Speculating Life in South Asia and the Americas, by Anindita Banerjee & Debra Castillo
Monday, November 9, 2020
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South Asia and Latin America represent two epicenters of migrant care work and the globalized reproductive market. Yet scholars and the media continue to examine them in geographical and conceptual isolation. South of the Future closes both these gaps. It investigates nannying, elder care, domestic work, and other forms of migrant labor in the Americas together with the emerging “Wild West” of biotechnology and surrogacy in the Indian subcontinent. The volume is profoundly interdisciplinary and... READ MORE

“Criminal Governance and Violence against Women: Evidence from El Salvador,” by Dr. Abby Córdova, LASP Seminar Series
Monday, November 23, 2020
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Abby Córdova will present a chapter of her book project entitled, “Violence against Women and Political Participation in Contexts of Criminal Violence.” In this chapter, she explores one of the three central questions of her book: How does criminal organizations’ territorial control exacerbate female residents’ vulnerability to gender-based violence? Drawing from literatures on criminal violence and civil wars, she argues that criminal organizations engage in violence against women as part of... READ MORE

The First Cornell Emerging Markets Institute Pitch Competition: Emerge Your Startup
Saturday, November 7, 2020
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The Emerging Markets Institute (EMI) at SC Johnson College of Business at Cornell University would like to invite students and alumni from your school to participate in the First EMI Pitch Competition: Emerge Your Startup, which will be held in November 7th, 2020, in the 2020 EMI Annual Conference. The 10 finalist teams will be judged by a panel of international investors and experts. I request that you share this information with the relevant departments or clubs at your school and do not... READ MORE

“Votes, Drugs, and Violence. Elections and Subnational Criminal Governance Regimes in Mexico,” by Sandra J. Ley, LASP Seminar Series
Monday, December 7, 2020
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Drug cartels in Mexico have openly attacked mayors and local party candidates, as part of their strategy to develop subnational criminal governance regimes. Political vulnerability, afforded by intergovernmental partisan conflict, and political opportunities, opened by subnational elections cycles, are causally related to the probability of attacks against mayors and party candidates. These attacks have subsequently affected citizen participation and engagement with electoral politics.

Lingua Mater Alumni Competition Deadline
Sunday, November 1, 2020
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The Lingua Mater competition invites alumni to translate Cornell's Alma Mater into a different language and submit a video of the performed translation. The inaugural Lingua Mater alumni competition took place in 2018 as part of Cornell's Global Grand Challenges Symposium. Winners included the Cornell Club of Thailand 2018 and the Cornell Club of Gaeta, Italy in 2019, and won financial support of a local alumni event. 2020 competition details Can you translate Cornell’s Alma Mater... READ MORE

"The Chilean Right at the Crossroads," by Cristóbal Rovira Kaltwasser, LASP Seminar Series
Monday, November 16, 2020
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Cristóbal Rovira Kaltwasser is Professor at Diego Portales University (UDP) in Santiago de Chile and an Associate Researcher at the Centre for Social Conflict and Cohesion Studies (COES). His main area of research is comparative politics and he has a special interest in the ambivalent relationship between populism and democracy. He will be discussing the Chilean Right Party. Please register through the following link: https://cornell.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_Ho0pEgPqQ5aQGbYszCMzzg

Fifth Annual Global Strategy and Emerging Markets Conference (GSEM) Theme: Competing in the Digital World
Sunday, November 8, 2020
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Cornell University Emerging Markets Institute (EMI) and partners — Northeastern University Center for Emerging Markets (CEM), The Simon Fraser University Jack Austin Centre For Asia Pacific Business Studies, and The University of Texas at Dallas Center for Global Business (CGB) — are pleased to announce the fifth annual Global Strategy and Emerging Markets (GSEM) Conference. The theme of GSEM 2020 is “Competing in the Digital World.” Digital technologies—including internet of things, 5G, cloud... READ MORE

Rare Islamic Books in the Olin Library Collection
Wednesday, December 2, 2020
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Our CMS seminar today will be led by the curator of the Middle Eastern Collection in Olin Library, who will be hosting us to see precious objects in the library's collection about Islam. We have many world-class books, some of them centuries old, which show the history and evolution of Islam over a long period, and across many cultures. This is a wonderful opportunity to see some of the treasures of Cornell’s collection that are rarely seen, and which span centuries of time and thousands... READ MORE

The EMI Annual Conference and 10th Anniversary - The decade that has changed Emerging Markets
Saturday, November 7, 2020
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The Emerging Markets Institute (EMI) annual conference to be held on November 6-7. The decade that has changed Emerging Markets The last 10 years has been transformational for Emerging markets; their economies have grown, poverty levels have gone down and, in some cases, extreme poverty has been eradicated. On the business side, their companies, mainly from China and Korea but also from India, Mexico or Brazil, have made inroads globally and have made major acquisitions globally. On the... READ MORE

Lingua Mater Student Competition Deadline
Sunday, November 1, 2020
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The Lingua Mater competition invites students to translate Cornell's Alma Mater into a different language and submit a video of the performed translation. The inaugural Lingua Mater student competition took place in 2018 as part of Cornell's Global Grand Challenges Symposium. The top three videos received cash prizes. 2020 competition details Can you translate Cornell’s Alma Mater into your mother tongue (or a language you are learning/have learned at Cornell) and sing it in public?... READ MORE

"Crafting Nation-ness: Venezuelan Diaspora, Contemporary Art, and the Politics of the DIY," by Irina R. Troconis, LASP Seminar Series
Monday, November 2, 2020
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In this talk, I develop a critical approach to the concept of “nation-ness” through an analysis of the work of two contemporary performance artists from the Venezuelan diaspora: Deborah Castillo (Caracas, 1971) and Violette Bule (Valencia, 1980). Forced to leave Venezuela because of political repression, fear of violence, economic hardship, and lack of institutional support for their work, the two artists moved to New York, where they developed installations and performances that put the... READ MORE