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Asian Law Curriculum
The Clarke Program in East Asian Law and Culture offers a unique array of curriculum opportunities for those interested in this region of the world.
Charles W. Wason Collection on East Asia
STARTED OFFICIALLY IN 1918 with a donation of around 9,500 books, 1600 pamphlets and 550 manuscripts, the Charles W. Wason Collection on East Asia (http://asia.library.cornell.edu/ac/Wason/index) is among the top East Asian library collections in the country. Originally named the Charles W. Wason Library on China and the Chinese, the backbone of the collection began as the private library of the late Charles W. Wason (Cornell class of 1876), a railroad magnate based in Cleveland.
Clarke Program in East Asian Law and Culture
The Clarke Program in East Asian Law and Culture aims to bring a broad interdisciplinary and humanistic focus to the study of law in East Asia. Through research, teaching, and scholarly dialogue, it seeks to expand the purview of legal scholarship and to develop new ways of thinking about transnational law, politics, and culture.
Cornell East Asia Series
The Cornell East Asia Series produces scholarly monographs, translations of literature and major works of literary criticism, social analysis, specialized textbooks, and well-integrated volumes of articles on important subjects dealing with the cultures of China (both the PRC and Taiwan), Japan, Korea (both north and south), and Vietnam.
Cornell Educational Resources in International Studies
The Cornell Einaudi Center for International Studies in partnership with Area Programs is committed to extending its resources to the wider community. Outreach programs in International Studies offer post-secondary conferences, professional development opportunities for teachers, public programming, business workshops, speakers bureaus, and much more.
Cornell's Adult University (CAU)
Cornell's Adult University (CAU), which, in addition to its on-campus summer programs, offers educational trips around the globe during the four seasons of the year. In this manner Cornellians and friends of the University not only deepen their knowledge and understanding of world cultures, but also serve as ambassadors for the University. Recent study-tour destinations have included Russia, India, East Asia, Tanzania, New Zealand, Peru, and the Galapagos. The subject of numerous articles over the years, CAU is regularly highlighted in Arthur Frommer_s print and online travel guides.
East Asia Program (NRC)
The East Asia Program coordinates and supports the campus-wide study and understanding of East Asia through courses, faculty research, libraries, art exhibitions, language-learning resources, student organizations, and exchange programs.
Echols Collection on Southeast Asia
As a premier resource on Southeast Asia, the Echols collection annually adds more than 7000 volumes to its collection. It is the most comprehensive body of material on a global region in the Cornell Library system and the largest collection on Southeast Asia in the United States and in the world.
Fellows Program for Clarke Program in East Asian Law and Culture
The Clarke Program in East Asian Law and Culture offers modest support towards tuition to one JSD student each year whose work makes a particularly unique and important contribution to the research objectives of the Program.
The Area Studies Programs at Cornell have been awarded federal funding to support Foreign Language and Area Studies (FLAS) Fellowships. This Title VI program of the U.S. Department of Education provides academic year and summer fellowships to Cornell and other institutions of higher education to assist graduate students in foreign language and area or international studies.
Master in European Business (MEB) for ILR Seniors
ILR seniors now have an opportunity to earn a one-year Master in European Business from one of the world's top business schools. The program includes two semesters of study, each at a different campus of the European School of Management (Paris, London, Madrid, Berlin, Torino) or partner institutions in India (MDI Gurgaon), Thailand (AIT) Bangkok and Mexico (ITESM Monterrey). Coursework is followed by a 12-week internship in the country of the student’s choice. This program builds on an existing and successful partnership between the ILR School and the ESCP-EAP European School of Management. Graduate students at both institutions have had an opportunity to participate in a dual degree program at the graduate level. The MEB program now offers ILR seniors the chance to enroll after completing your ILR degree.
South Asia Collection
South Asian material is spread throughout the campus, not only in central library collections, but in unit libraries to support research in areas such as law, labor history and labor relations, architecture and planning, geology, music history and South Asian music, and physical sciences. In addition to more than a quarter of a million volumes, the collection includes over 23 newspapers, 465 videos and films, 838 maps and 2,080 sound recordings and cassettes.
South Asia Program (NRC)
The South Asia Program aims to bring attention to South Asia through courses, faculty research, libraries, art exhibitions, language learning, resources, student organizations, exchange, and outreach programs as well as their own publication series.
Southeast Asia Program (NRC)
The Southeast Asia Program promotes knowledge and interest in the countries and cultures of Southeast Asia through the support of interdisciplinary teaching, research, outreach, resources, and specialized publications.
Southeast Asia Publication Series
The Southeast Asia Program publishes a wide variety of scholarly and language texts on topics related to countries in Southeast Asia and makes them available to interested international clientele, academics, the business community, governmental agencies, and non-governmental agencies (NGO's).