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Cornell University, Rhodes Rawlings Auditorium, Klarman Hall
Bartels World Affairs Lecture
Fantasy author N. K. Jemisin discusses how she learned to build unreal worlds by studying our own—and how we might in turn imagine a better future for our world, and reshape it to fit that dream.
Jemisin's lecture kicks off The Future—a new Global Grand Challenge at…
Rockefeller Hall 374, Asian Studies Lounge
Goldwin Smith Hall, GSH64 Kaufman Auditorium
Mario Einaudi Center for International Studies