Fiction, non-fiction, serious and satirical — faculty and staff have you covered on what to pick up this summer.
Performing Arts Associate Professor Magda Romanska talked to the Massachusetts Cultural Council about “What possibilities [she] see[s] for [her] art.”
Life created a short documentary about the 1964 Tokyo Olympics, as seen through the eyes of three non-Japanese residents who were there before and after the nation first hosted the world.
At this time, we are anticipating most meeting and function spaces will be available in some form, and with pre-COVID capacity limits, meaning that most in-person events can be held.
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.
As a world, a nation, and a College community, we have navigated a very challenging and, for many families and individuals, a devastating year filled with personal loss
Writing, Literature, and Publishing professor Jerald Walker was named 2021 Best Author in Boston Magazine’s “Best of Boston” annual list.
We have determined, based on information and guidance from our local health experts and city and state government officials, that widespread COVID-19 vaccination is the best way to protect the health and safety of the Emerson community.
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.