Ying Gao liked writing romance novels in Mandarin, and prefers writing women’s fiction in English.
Please meet a sampling of students kind enough to speak to an Emerson Today reporter randomly interrupting their conversations.
Each Fall, we introduce them to the community and ask them to answer a handful of (totally optional) questions
Meet Emerson’s newest faculty members
Shakespeare’s plays are continually reinterpreted, 400 years after he wrote them.
The new designation honors his “distinguished contributions to the institution and society as a prolific author, thought leader, cultural and literary critic, teacher, and mentor.”
Professor Megan Marshall spoke to the Massachusetts Historical Society and Christian Science Monitor
WLP Professor Jerald Walker published an op ed about racial inequities in health care, describing the treatment received when he and his wife lost their unborn child 30 years ago.
They’ll make you laugh, cry, and everything in between.
With the motto, “Culture builds,” the Mass Cultural Council aims to make cultural life and education more accessible across the commonwealth.