Writing, Literature, and Publishing assistant professor Rajiv Mohabir, who won the Restless Books Prize for New Immigrant Writing in 2019, will have his memoir Antiman published by Restless Books this June.
Senior Executive-in-Residence, assistant dean, and Director of Business and Entrepreneurial Studies Lu Ann Reeb discusses the E3 Entrepreneurship program, which is a yearlong program that culminates in its pitch competition, where each student showcases their new business idea.
Assistant professor of screenwriting Rae Shaw’s new transmedia web series, Black Kung Fu Chick, debuted online at the Slamdance Film Festival this month, and is available through February 25.
Marketing Communication assistant professor and cultural anthropologist Carol Ferrara was a featured guest on a nightly show for France24.
President Lee Pelton joined a round table conversation for NBC Boston’s “An Education in Equity” from classroom to career program, joined by fellow Bostonian leaders Linda Dorcena Forry, Danielson Tavares, and Michael Holley, hosted by alum Latoyia Edwards ’98.
Writing Literature & Publishing associate professor and Elma Lewis Distinguished Fellow Jabari Asim reviewed two new picture books for the New York Times, giving high acclaim to both.
Award-winning Writing, Literature, and Publishing associate professor and graduate program director Kim McLarin’s newest book, James Baldwin’s Another Country: Bookmarked publishes this month, examining her own life and career through the context and themes of Another Country’s.
The Globe’s Cate McQuaid reviewed Emerson Contemporary’s latest exhibition, “Georgie Friedman: Hurricane Lost,” noting “[Friedman’s] installations about nature evoke awe and human frailty.”
Writing, Literature, and Publishing professor Jerald Walker reviewed award-winning author Kiese Laymon’s recently re-published essay collection, “How to Slowly Kill Yourself and Others in America,” which covers the topics of … Continue Reading Walker Reviews Kiese Laymon’s Essay Collection: New York Times
President Lee Pelton and Mneesha Gellman, director of the Emerson Prison Initiative and associate professor of political science write an op-ed for the Globe, describing the need for more educational opportunities for incarcerated people post-pandemic.