Emerson College faculty and alumni will represent the school in this year’s Boston Book Festival on Saturday, October 13, in Copley Square, Roxbury, and East Boston.
Emerson’s Civic Media and Journalism Professor Paul Mihailidis delves deep into the values that support human connection in today’s digital culture throughout his new book, Civic Media Literacies: Re-Imagining Human Connection in an Age of Digital Abundance.
Last Saturday afternoon, Piano Row’s Multipurpose Room transformed into an array of vivid colors, unusual textures, and excited Emerson students.
The 2018 Teach-In will be held Friday, October 12, 10:00 am to 4:00 pm, beginning with a keynote conversation with activist/educator Rachel Kuo.
Norman Lear ’44 was the driving force behind groundbreaking TV shows including All in the Family, Maude, and One Day at a Time. He created characters who changed the social and political landscape, openly addressing issues ranging from alcoholism to abortion to the Vietnam War.
HowlRound Theatre Commons, a free and open platform for theatre makers around the world housed in Emerson’s Office of the Arts, has a new look and new features, with the same vital mission.
Author Amy Hempel signs a book for a fan at a reading held September 25 in the Bordy Theater. Prior to the reading, Hempel gave a Q&A for students and … Continue Reading Author Amy Hempel: Collaboration, Volunteer Work Make Better Writers
The 4th Annual Emerson-Blanquerna Global Summit will explore topics in Politics, Propaganda and Strategic Diplomacy with governmental, industry, and foundation leaders, academics, and students from six continents in the nation’s capital Friday, October 5.
Alexander Kuelling ’22, an Emerson Today photographer and Visual and Media Arts major, was on a filmmaking team competing in this year’s first 48-Hour Film Festival, September 21-23.
Update 9/28/2018 7:20PM The Forbes 30 Under 30 Summit panel discussion with Senator Jeff Flake and Governor John Kasich has been moved to a more secure location in Boston. Emerson … Continue Reading Update: A Message about Senator Flake’s Scheduled Appearance in Boston