Writing, Literature, and Publishing professor Jerald Walker recently discussed his new book, “”How to Make a Slave and Other Essays,” with local media outlets.
Meet Emerson’s new SOC Faculty member for Fall 2020
Emerson College’s platform for presenting contemporary visual art, Emerson Contemporary, presents “Subversive Dreams,” an exhibition featuring digital video animations by Cuban-American visual artist Allison Maria Rodriguez – showcased on the windows of the Media Art Gallery at 25 Avery Street, Boston.
President Lee Pelton was a guest on CBS Boston’s series Boston Voices, discussing systemic racism and the nation’s youth playing a powerful role.
Message to Emerson International Student Community regarding ICE Restriction to Online-Only Study in U.S.
Dear International Student Community, As we work toward launching One Emerson Flex Learning this fall, we have continued to keep our international students at the forefront of our thinking and … Continue Reading Message to Emerson International Student Community regarding ICE Restriction to Online-Only Study in U.S.
Trustee Raj Sharma, who is a board member of American India Foundation and Managing Director of Wealth Management and head, The Sharma Group, praised the efforts of the organization as it raised more than $2 million to support the rehabilitation efforts of India’s migrant communities in the midst of the global coronavirus pandemic.
Mneesha Gellman, an associate professor of political science, writes for Revista about her research, as she recently spent time in Mexico as a Fulbright Garcia-Robles Scholar this past spring.
Institute assistant professor of science Jon Honea writes for The Conversation that removing dams can be beneficial for humans and nature, as they can be costly to repair, impede the populations of certain fish species, and worsen coastal erosion as they hinder sediment from migrating to oceans.
VMA professor Tom Cooper, who teaches media ethics, contributed to a piece regarding the influence of TV doctors during the COVID-19 pandemic.
The ‘On The Same Page’ virtual book campaign is refreshing the bookshelves and mindsets of Boston teenagers this year as a part of a unique collaboration between Emerson Professor Cathryn Edelstien’s Nonprofit Fundraising Campaign class and students from Hyde Park’s New Mission High School (NMHS). The impact is both immediate and ongoing — allowing for generations of teens at NMHS and beyond to see themselves in stories.