The event featured a short documentary and an interactive theatre performance to support peace, healing, and justice in Boston.
“The environmental crisis needs different kinds of stories, because the stories of doom or ignorance that fills our media channels will simply not do,” said Professor Eric Gordon
The projects included a short documentary, an interactive theatre performance, and more.
Mass shootings dominates the national conversation on gun violence.
The studios were part of Transforming Narratives of Gun Violence, an initiative launched in December 2021 to disrupt cycles of violence in Boston
Kasmer-Jacobs on Representation in Viral A Cappella Hanukkah Videos: Jewish News of Northern California
Ariella Kasmer-Jacobs, a graduate student and member of the Boston mixed-gender, young professionals, Jewish a cappella group Honorable Menschen spoke about representation and diversity in viral Jewish holiday videos, which began around 2010.
A recent research project by ELab Director Eric Gordon and a partner explored how city leaders and technologists are using (or imagining) technology to create or restore trust with their constituents.
The minor allows students to channel their creativity and collaborative spirit into communities beyond Emerson’s campus.
The documentary highlights the gun violence epidemic in our country, centering on the voices of survivors
Quiet Rooms highlights the gun violence epidemic in our country, and centers the voices of survivors, as together we seek new approaches to ending the violence.