Our podcast seeks to understand the world through the interconnected movements that shape it. With each episode, postdoctoral fellow Eleanor Paynter speaks with experts who highlight how multidisciplinary, multi-species perspectives on migration help us understand key global issues.
Season 1 is out now, featuring episodes on climate change, dispossession, pandemics, and more.
In partnership with Cornell Cinema, join us for a series of five migration films. Each film will be shown in person at the Willard Straight Theatre and feature an accompanying introduction from a scholar or faculty member.
The Migrations Forum is an interdisciplinary works-in-progress series for Cornell migrations scholars, bringing together graduate students and faculty across disciplines to share ongoing research. At each forum, a migrations scholar will share their work with the group.
Undergraduates: Get Involved
Undergraduate students at Cornell play a key role in shaping the content and direction of the Migrations initiative. The Mario Einaudi Center for International Studies offers ways for students to get involved:
Learn more about international migration, and explore human migration and migrant experiences with interdisciplinary courses from across the university.
Migrations Summer Institute
A group of 30 participants created maps of the future as part of the inaugural Migrations Summer Institute, "Cartographies of Racial Justice: Territories of Dispossession and Migration." From July 12–23, participants worked collaboratively to create a speculative design digital atlas and podcast under the mentorship of faculty leaders Tao Leigh Goffe and Shannon Gleeson.
The annual institute is supported by the Mellon Foundation and co-sponsored by the Mario Einaudi Center for International Studies.