108 years and counting for Mary O’Keefe Dentler.
P. Carl discusses literature, non-fiction, and poetry that helped him write his own story.
Beauty contestants and exotic dancers are regulated, commodified, and contained.
How does the Golden Rule apply to the modern world?
Performing Arts associate professor Magda Romanska writes a piece for The Conversation about how disabled American actors are historically underrepresented on screen, though there has been a “slight shift” in TV and movies in the past few years.
Senior Distinguished Artist-in-Residence and composer Scott Wheeler writes for The Conversation about the state of classical music during the COVID-19 pandemic, indicating that while the situation is “grim,” musicians and organizations are performing online, or in socially-distanced ways.
Ed Lee’s movie short ‘Becoming Eddie’ is being screened at the Boston Asian American Festival.
Audrey Seraphin is leading Boston’s initiative to engage Generation Z and millennials.
The second in a series welcoming new faculty to the School of the Arts.
The School of the Arts is welcoming a number of new faculty to campus, as well as some returning faculty with new titles. This is is the first part of a two-part series.