Marketing Communication assistant professor and cultural anthropologist Carol Ferrara writes for the academic news site The Conversation about the controversy regarding the construction and funding of what will be the largest European mosque in Strasbourg, France.
Moving to France, moving to Hawaii, making a film with Sony
Our case numbers have leveled in recent days, which means the campus can return to less restrictive operations – with some additional precautions.
Performing Arts associate professor Magda Romanska’s short online show, “The Life and Times of Stephen Hawking,” was recently shown at the Reverb Festival at Roundabout Theatre, which is a virtual festival presenting 24 theater pieces, all created by artists with disabilities.
Dating is tough enough — then college students needed to try to meet someone during COVID.
Marlboro Institute professor, sociologist, and anthropologist Tulasi Srinivas writes about the Hindu pilgrimage Kumbh Mela, which happens every 12 years in India, though this year amid a COVID-19 surge.
They talked about net neutrality, how streaming services fight to gain market share, how content is proliferating, and how users can protect their data.
To ensure that we contain the spread of the virus, Emerson College will take the following precautionary measures
“He was an amazing human being, our Bob.”
Robert (Bob) Colby, beloved faculty member, friend, and Professor and Chair of Performing Arts, passed away early this morning following a courageous battle with cancer.