Emerson alum, affiliated faculty member, and Student Academy Award winner Georden West, MFA ’18 will take the stage next week when the Bright Lights Cinema Series screens their latest film, … Continue Reading Revisit a Queer Boston Landmark with West, MFA ’18
The book stars a nun who takes matters into her own hands after a serial arsonist menaces her community.
Vietnamese American artists examine and expand recent histories as they address multigenerational trauma and loss.
“It’s our responsibility as teachers and mentors and academic leaders to understand [AI], recognize its disruptive potential, and be prepared for it,” said Dr. Jay Bernhardt.
Professor Jabari Asim was recognized by the board for his work as a trustee.
Semenya will discuss her new memoir, The Race to Be Myself.
The fellowship aims to nurture diverse and dynamic leaders, enrich the graduate student experience at Emerson, and foster positive change in communication and the arts.
Douaihy is the author of three poetry collections and the Queer true crime novel Scorched Grace
SGA Academic Senators bridge the gap between students and academic departments.
“The novel brims with insights about astronomy, technology and Indigenous folklore,” writes the Times.