Nigel Gibson, Marlboro Institute professor and a leading scholar on Frantz Fanon, wrote for the academic news site The Conversation about the psychiatrist and political philosopher’s last work before he died, Wretched of the Earth, 60 years ago.
The Dean’s Fellowship Program was created to help support the personal and professional development of undergraduate students working toward a more equitable and just Emerson.
Students have opportunities to study abroad all around the world.
Marlboro Institute professor of anthropology, religion and transnational Studies Tulasi Srinivas writes an opinion piece on Bangalore, India’s water crisis, reflecting on water’s significance to Hinduism and the damage of climate change and urbanization to “The Silicon Valley of Asia.”
Mneesha Gellman, associate professor of political science and director of the Emerson Prison Initiative, shared her views on the actions of El Salvador’s president, Nayib Bukele, as he made headlines recently for making bitcoin the first country in the world to accept it as a legal payment form.
Emerson also tied for #3 in Most Innovative Schools (North) – a three-spot gain over last year.
Marlboro Institute for Liberal Arts & Interdisciplinary Studies associate professor Russell Newman spoke to TechNewsWorld about the internet search engine and consumer privacy advocate DuckDuckGo, that launched a new feature called Email Protection, and its implications.
Fiction, non-fiction, serious and satirical — faculty and staff have you covered on what to pick up this summer.
Associate professor of political science and director of the Emerson Prison Initiative Mneesha Gellman writes for the academic news site The Conversation about El Salvador “in crisis” after President Nayib Bukele recently fired five supreme court justices and the attorney general, in a troubling move for democracy.
National, regional, and local media outlets highlighted Emerson’s commencement exercises, which took place at Fenway Park for the classes of 2021 and 2020 on May 2 and virtually May 9.