Events

Tuesday, December 11

Wardrobes and Rabbit Holes: A Dark History of Children's Literature

In recent years literature for children has seen a tremendous surge in the public consciousness, and many concerned adults have spoken out against what they...

Cinemania: Harun Farocki and Holly Zausner

"Cinemania" turns the gallery into a laboratory for film, much like an editing room, where individual shots are closely examined before being assembled into...

Harry Bertoia: Sound and Vision

Born Arieto Bertoia in Italy, Harry Bertoia (1915–1978) emigrated to the United States with as a teenager and became a prolific sculptor, printmaker, and...

Illuminated: The Art of Sacred Books

Organized by the Rubin Museum of Art and cocurated by Agniezska Helman-Wazny (a former visiting scholar at Cornell), this exhibition explores the aesthetic...

Mirror of the City: The Printed View in Italy and Beyond, 1450-1940

This exhibition of prints, drawings, and books aims to assert the crucial role of the repeatable image in developing the Western concept of the city. It...

Biogeochemistry Environmental Science and Sustainability GSA End of year forum and reception

The BESS GSA will hold a forum on science ethics, followed by refreshments.

Science Cabaret: 19th Century Disease Detectives and the Curious Case of the Broad Street Pump

Awaken your inner medical detective, and travel back in time to 19th century London to solve a disease mystery! Your beloved neighborhood of Soho has fallen...

Cornell Reading Project at the American Library

The Cornell Club of France and the American Library is sponsoring an evening of literary and cultural delights:a discussion of Romain Gary's Life Before Us,...

Tuesday, December 11