TV icon and alumni Norman Lear’s groundbreaking television series dating back to the 1970s and 1980s are now available to stream via Amazon Prime Video and their free IMDb TV, made available July 15.
From Afrofuturism to Historical Fiction and everything in between, all popfiction genres are welcome.
Visual and Media Arts assistant professor and screenwriter Ed Lee contributed to an article written about the Apple TV+ comedy Ted Lasso, which returned for its second season this month and is nominated for 20 Emmy awards.
Feder was excited to protest in solidarity with the Jewish and immigrant communities.
Fiction, non-fiction, serious and satirical — faculty and staff have you covered on what to pick up this summer.
Performing Arts Associate Professor Magda Romanska talked to the Massachusetts Cultural Council about “What possibilities [she] see[s] for [her] art.”
Life created a short documentary about the 1964 Tokyo Olympics, as seen through the eyes of three non-Japanese residents who were there before and after the nation first hosted the world.
Walker was a finalist for a 2020 National Book Award for his book, How to Make a Slave and Other Essays.
More than two dozen Emersonians were nominated for 2021 Emmy Awards, or were on production teams of nominated series.
Novic’s second novel, True Biz, due out in 2022, is being developed for television with actress Millicent Simmonds signed on to star and EP.