What became clear to me early on in my Emerson career were two things. The first, was that though there were some resources for diversity inclusion on campus, there was no established place for graduate students of color in the WLP program to process their experiences. And the second, was that a majority of the faculty and staff at Emerson College were more than willing to support this initiative.
Brother Nat, a new sung-through musical/opera co-written by Writing, Literature and Publishing Associate Professor Jabari Asim, will have a concert performance Thursday, October 25, 7:30 pm, at the Robert J. Orchard Stage.
Emerson College faculty and alumni will represent the school in this year’s Boston Book Festival on Saturday, October 13, in Copley Square, Roxbury, and East Boston.
Author Amy Hempel signs a book for a fan at a reading held September 25 in the Bordy Theater. Prior to the reading, Hempel gave a Q&A for students and … Continue Reading Author Amy Hempel: Collaboration, Volunteer Work Make Better Writers
Emerson faculty were busy over the past year, racking up awards, fellowships, books, and papers, in addition to sharing what they know with students.
College Magazine, an online publication written by students for students, included Emerson in its list of “Top 10 Colleges for Writers.”
The School of the Arts welcomes eight new faculty members
Sam Cornish, former poet laureate of Boston and a faculty member at Emerson College for more than two decades, died Monday, August 20, at the age of 82. “A lived … Continue Reading Remembering Poet Laureate and Emerson Faculty Sam Cornish
WLP faculty member Reginald Dwayne Betts was featured in the New York Times Style Magazine as one of five selected poets to be awarded $15,000 by the Ruth Lilly Poetry … Continue Reading Betts wins Ruth Lilly Poetry Fellowship