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Juliette Ovadia: 'Cornell is an academic community founded on tolerance and inclusion'
Doctoral student awarded Mellon/ACLS Fellowship
Yuqing (Eva) Cao: 'Mingle with people from all backgrounds'
Recent grads start program to help high schoolers explore the humanities
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Portland protestor used ‘insurrectionary nakedness’ to manage conflict
Protests continue this week in Portland, Oregon in the wake of federal law enforcement being deployed to the city. On Saturday, the protest included the participation of a nude woman who confronted officers wearing nothing but a mask and hat.
Comparative Literature Statement on Anti-Racism
In response to current and ongoing anti-Black violence in the United States, the Department of Comparative Literature at Cornell is committed to a reflection on its educational and institutional frameworks, with the goal of developing anti-racist practices in the classroom and in the Department as a whole.
First cohort of Humanities Scholars chosen by Arts & Sciences
A group of 32 students from three colleges at Cornell will make up the first cohort of Humanities Scholars in a new program that will start in the fall, offered by the College of Arts & Sciences.
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Faculty Publication Spotlight: Naminata Diabate
Newly Published Book: Naked Agency
Faculty Publication Spotlight: Karen Pinkus
Recently published: Clocking Out:The Machinery of Life in 1960s Italian Cinema