Performing Arts associate professor Magda Romanska contributed to the article “Cosplaying Oppression: Hollywood’s History of Excluding Autistic People From Their Own Stories,” describing the four tropes disabled characters typically play: the “magical cripple,” the “evil cripple,” the “inspirational cripple,” and the “redemptive cripple.”
TV icon and alumni Norman Lear’s groundbreaking television series dating back to the 1970s and 1980s are now available to stream via Amazon Prime Video and their free IMDb TV, made available July 15.
Visual and Media Arts assistant professor and screenwriter Ed Lee contributed to an article written about the Apple TV+ comedy Ted Lasso, which returned for its second season this month and is nominated for 20 Emmy awards.
Performing Arts Associate Professor Magda Romanska talked to the Massachusetts Cultural Council about “What possibilities [she] see[s] for [her] art.”
Walker was a finalist for a 2020 National Book Award for his book, How to Make a Slave and Other Essays.
Journalism Associate Professor Tim Riley has two reviews out in Copper Magazine.
Board of Trustees member and alum Kevin Bright ’76 is an executive producer of Friends: The Reunion, which was nominated for four Emmy Awards this week: outstanding production design for … Continue Reading Bright’s Friends: The Reunion Special Nominated for Four Emmys: E! Online
Writing, Literature, and Publishing professor Jerald Walker was named 2021 Best Author in Boston Magazine’s “Best of Boston” annual list.
Dr. Charles Steinberg, director of the College’s sports communication program and president of the Worcester Red Sox, spoke to the New York Times about Neil Diamond’s 1969 hit “Sweet Caroline,” which is experiencing a resurgence overseas, at the Euro 2020 soccer tournament at England’s Wembley Stadium.
The Congressional Black Caucus should lobby the Biden administration to explore policies of debt relief, economic development and fair trade.