Professor and Interim Dean of Graduate and Professional Studies Kim McLarin interviewed Pulitzer Prize-winning author Alice Walker for GBH’s virtual book club Beyond the Book, discussing some of Walker’s celebrated works, the role of an artist and writer in society, and answering audience questions.
Flexibility, worldliness, assertiveness. Three qualities that have served alumni of Emerson’s Strategic Marketing Communication program. Former students were asked last semester to tell their post-graduate stories and share with first-year SMC students which lessons they learned have proved useful in addressing their current business challenges.
Daily breakfast talks gave students the opportunity to hear from filmmakers about their festival experiences.
Walker became the first African American woman to win the Pulitzer for Literature and the National Book Award in 1983, for her novel The Color Purple
Hill is the first-ever Director of Communications for Boston’s newly-formed Community Engagement Cabinet.
How does an MFA help in owning a brewery?
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.
The movie will be shown for 12 months on JetBlue’s seatback entertainment.
“Mary Shelley was a teenager in 1816 when she came up with Victor Frankenstein’s nameless creature, and here we are, giving children boxes of cereal with a drawing of her idea on the front.”
Professor Jabari Asim is among several Emerson faculty and alums who will moderate or present panels this year.