Assistant Professor of Political Science Mneesha Gellman published an opinion piece for The Washington Post’s Monkey Cage, an academic blog, breaking down what Attorney General William Barr’s recent ruling on asylum means in a historical context and how it makes asylum-seeking even harder in the U.S.
Sri Mata Amritanandamayi Devi, most commonly known as Amma, “the hugging saint,” visited the United States this summer, and Public Radio International caught up with Illinois residents as Amma visited the MA Center Chicago.
Journalism professor Roger House’s column on MVTimes.com expanded upon the history of Afro-Americans in the whaling industry.
Associate professor of journalism Tim Riley reviewed Pulitzer-Prize winning New Yorker author Emily Nussbaum’s new book I Like to Watch: Arguing My Way Through the TV Revolution for Truthdig.
Writing, Literature, and Publishing (WLP) associate professor Jabari Asim, who is also an acclaimed author and poet, joined Globe culture writer Jeneé Osterheldt on Radio Boston to share insights on the legacy and impact of Nobel Laureate Toni Morrison, who passed away earlier this week.
Emerson Polling’s latest data, sourced for The Dallas Morning News, shows Joe Biden leading Beto O’Rourke 27% to 19% in the Texas presidential primary, and Biden winning over Donald Trump in a head-to-head scenario.
Visual and Media Arts Professor Miranda Banks was recently interviewed for a WBUR piece on the new Downton Abbey exhibit, which recently opened in Boston. Banks spoke about the experience … Continue Reading VMA Professor Miranda Banks Talks Downton Abbey Exhibit on WBUR
Emerson Communications Professor and Executive in Residence Owen Eagan was interviewed recently for a piece on the influence of movie review site Rotten Tomatoes, “Can Rotten Tomatoes Really DESTROY A … Continue Reading Professor Owen Eagan Featured in Rogue Rocket News Story on the Influence of Rotten Tomatoes on Movie Success
The Advocate spoke to Christopher Henderson-West ’20, president of the student group EAGLE (Emerson’s Advancement Group for Love and Expression) about the College holding its first Vogue Kiki Ball this past spring, and the only one of its kind, featuring seasoned competitors and $3,000 in prize money.
Director of the Business of Creative Enterprises program and founder of the Brooklyn Hip-Hop Festival Wes Jackson shared his thoughts with Andy Mai from public radio station WNYC regarding Islamic influences in hip-hop.