Pole dancing dates back to the 12th century.
Sweet, Soft, Plenty Rhythm was a catharsis for Laura Warrell ’95.
Associate professor of political science and director of the Emerson Prison Initiative Mneesha Gellman describes the importance of teaching indigenous languages in public schools, citing her research in northern California’s Humboldt County with the Yurok language.
Emerson Today sat down to talk with Emerson’s new VP for Equity and Social Justice about her vision for Emerson, and what brings her joy.
The director of the Emerson Prison Initiative, writes about how she and other faculty are rethinking what and how they teach.
“It opened my eyes to a language that I didn’t know, especially at such a high academic level of understanding what power dynamics meant”
Mneesha Gellman, associate professor of political science, shared her insight for a Q&A “How Can Bukele Run Again Despite a Constitutional Ban?” regarding El Salvador President Nayib Bukele recently announcing he will run for re-election.
For the last seven years, Emerson has been a top-10 regional university in the North.
Jucan will lead a team of artists to create a multimedia performance to convey the research of the broader Data Fluencies team.
The academic news site The Conversation takes a look back on articles written by scholars of the late psychiatrist, political philosopher, and writer Frantz Fanon and examine his legacy on what would be his 97th birthday on July 20, 2022.