I am inspired by the possibilities of what the Emerson community can achieve together, if we—as Dr. Spears calls upon us to do—reflect, learn, and take action to liberate ourselves from the pernicious practices and beliefs that oppress Black and Brown people.
All students studying in person on any of Emerson’s campuses and programs this fall must be fully vaccinated against COVID-19, unless they have approved medical or religious exemptions.
What does it mean to celebrate the abolition of slavery while many continue to fight for the fundamental promises of abolition?
Her work led, in some cases, to legislation being passed, and in many cases to local Emmy Awards and other accolades.
Communication Studies Professor Emeritus John Anderson was featured in the Tulsa World for his work in this year’s Tulsa Chautauqua, which ran virtually June 8-12.
Since 1976, the Pushcart Prize has honored the best American short fiction, essays, and poems published by small presses.
Approximately 150 candidates are nominated each year, with 15-20 receiving awards of $3,000.
The two-year project, designed by Elkus Manfredi Architects and built by Suffolk Construction, “used cutting edge techniques to demonstrate the aesthetic, cultural, environmental, and economic benefits of preservation.”
With new changes to state and local restrictions, effective June 1, 2021, the policies and guidelines outlined below will be in place for the Emerson Boston campus this June.
We asked Emerson faculty members about this lack of representation and visibility in the media, how it affects Asian Americans, and what needs to happen to reverse the trend.