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  • kim mclarin and terrance hayes

    National Book Award Winner is Ploughshares' Guest Editor

    2010 National Book Award Winner Terrance Hayes talks about editing the 2010 winter issue of Ploughshares, Emerson's award-winning literary journal.

  • Pamela Painter, and Frederick Reiken

    WLP Faculty Read from Their Latest Novels

    Three celebrated authors and Emerson faculty members read excerpts from their recently published books at the December 1 WLP Reading Series program.

  • Joe Pierandozzi, Barbara Segal Rutberg ’68, and Natasha Mieszowski

    Scholarship Dinner Brings Students and Donors Together

    Graduate and undergraduate students mingled with alumni, family, and friends at the annual scholarship dinner hosted by Emerson President Jacqueline Liebergott on November 18.

  • Daphne Valerius, MA ’06

    Filmmaker Valerius Goes to White House

    Valerius, MA ’06, was among the group of 25 influential black women invited by First Lady Michelle Obama to the White House for a special screening of Tyler Perry’s For Colored Women.

  • Tom Cooper

    The Health Benefits of a Media Diet

    Twenty years ago, Cooper began experimenting with media fasts and media diets as a way to counter society’s media obsessions and addictions.

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    Emerson Faculty Featured at Irish Journalism Conference

    Journalism Associate Professor Jerry Lanson, and Writing, Literature and Publishing Associate Professor Jeffrey Seglin were two of just three academics invited to a workshop at the Irish Institute at Boston College.

  • Daniel Tobin

    Tobin's New Book of Poetry Lauded

    Daniel Tobin's book, Belated Heavens, features poetry on topics spanning from prehistory to modern Manhattan, and delves into themes of violence, destruction, endurance, and what it means to survive.

  • A Chat with Megamind Screenwriters

    Peeking out of one office window on the the DreamWorks studio lot is a cardboard cutout of the villain everyone’s talking about—the distinct blue head of Megamind.

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