Featured Events: Inequalities
Global engagement and problem-solving are more important than ever, as people around the world face violence and economic instability and witness their unequal impacts on marginalized groups, including people of color and noncitizens.
The Einaudi Center's in-person and virtual events gather faculty experts, students, policymakers, and the local, national, and international community for conversations about world challenges and how we can work together to meet them. We invite you to join our upcoming events and watch related videos on Einaudi's Inequalities, Identities, and Justice YouTube playlist.
Fall 2023 Highlight
October 4: Fantasy Author N. K. Jemisin
Building Our World Better
In this Bartels World Affairs Lecture, 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.
How are N. K. Jemisin’s novels acts of political resistance? Read a Bartels explainer by Anindita Banerjee.
N. K. Jemisin: Building Our World Better
Cornell University, Rhodes Rawlings Auditorium, Klarman Hall
Merchants of Virtue: Hindus, Muslims, and Untouchables in Eighteenth-Century South Asia
Uris Hall, G08
The Next Monsoon: Climate Change and Contemporary Cultural Production in South Asia
Johnson Museum of Art
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