A word or phrase that was commonplace for centuries may now be understood as insensitive, but many writers aren’t always tuned in to what’s appropriate.
“Identity and heritage, nature and spirituality, social justice and political activism are all common themes within the works of our most esteemed Latine and Hispanic artists and creatives.”
Faculty Carol Ferrara writes for the academic news site The Conversation about the recent French ban of abayas in public schools, and head scarves prior, and what that says about French culture and identity.
Faculty found that young communication professionals needed management skills, but also a working knowledge of how different job functions within an organization dovetail with each other.
Pat Bartevian ’44 spoke to Maeve Lawler ’25 about her entertainment career, the consignment store, and how to live a long life.
The Emerson Department of Journalism and the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS) presents Michael Werner, documentary filmmaker, two-time recipient of the AAAS Kavli Science Journalism Award, and … Continue Reading Lights, Camera, Impact! Harnessing the Power of Story & Science for Change
SGA Academic Senators bridge the gap between students and academic departments.
The $2.5 million NIH grant looks to gather information that can be used to improve communication efficacy for autistic and non-autistic teens.
The Distinguished Service Award is presented to the person judged to have made the greatest contribution to the NCA and the profession in the areas of research, teaching, and service.
The NewFest Student Work (NFSW) showcase is open to all current undergraduate and graduate Emerson students.