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11/9 A reading by Ece Temelkuran

"Who are we now?" "What is the truth?" and most importantly "Is there hope?" A reading and talk given by Ece Temelkuran.

10/24 Migration of Images

Avinoam Shalem (Riggio Professor of the arts of Islam, Columbia University) and Saloni Mathur (Professor of Art History, UCLA) participated in a panel on "Migration of Images."

10/18 Spain in Crisis

A roundtable on recent developments in the Spanish political landscape.

10/18 Will this robot take my job?

Anxieties over the issue of migration and hostility towards immigrants seem partly related to automation and fears of unemployment. A panel of Cornell faculty addressed the relationship between migration and technology.

10/3 Outlawing Dissent: The Flight of Scholars to Europe

Kader Konuk, Chair of Turkish Studies, Universität Duisburg-Essen, gave a talk entitled "Outlawing Dissent: The Flight of Scholars to Europe."

Area studies programs welcome new directors

Cornell’s Southeast Asia Program (SEAP) and Cornell Institute for European Studies (CIES) welcomed new faculty leadership this fall.

Lecture exposes reasons behind Poland refugee crisis and implied social issues in Poland

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Book discussion highlights analysis of the white working class in Europe and the US

In the midst of Brexit, the election of Donald Trump, and the rise of populist right parties across the European continent, social scientists have begun to propose explanations for this transatlantic explosion of nationalism, populism, and push back against the forces of globalization. Justin Gest, an assistant professor of public policy from the George Mason University Schar School of Policy and Government, is one such social scientist, and his recent book The New Minority: White Working Class Politics in an Age of Immigration and Inequality, argues that feelings of marginalization by working class whites are a critical component of these anti-globalization trends.

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