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  • Pablo Muchnik

    Muchnik Awarded Grant to Write Book on Religion and Politics

    Associate Professor Pablo Muchnik, a specialist on Kant and current president of the North American Kant Society, was awarded a National Endowment for the Humanities grant to work on a book that, using Kantian thought, develops a new conceptual framework to deal with religious claims in advanced liberal democracies.   

  • Julia Glass

    National Book Award Winner Glass to Teach Fiction Writing at Emerson

    Award-winning novelist Julia Glass will join Emerson’s Department of Writing, Literature and Publishing this fall to teach fiction writing workshops to graduate students.

  • Anthony Atamanuik as Donald Trump

    Atamanuik to Channel Trump in Comedy Debate

    Actor and comedian Anthony Atamanuik ’97 will be back in the Emerson College neighborhood Saturday night. And it’ll be tremendous.

  • Laura Londono

    Londoño Honored for Work with Immigrant Communities

    Laura Londoño ’18, president of Emerson UNITE (Understanding National Immigration Through Education) and leader of this year’s Alternative Spring Break trip to El Paso, Texas, was named a Newman Civic Fellow last month by Campus Compact, a coalition of nearly 1,100 colleges and universities committed to civic engagement.

  • Race to 45 webpage

    Grants Get Communication Departments Innovating -- Fast

    The Emerson College School of Communication offered an alternative to its faculty for the first time this year with Instant Innovation Grants, which expedited six projects.

  • Tulasi Srinivas

    Srinivas Named Radcliffe Fellow for 2016–17

    Tulasi Srinivas will spend the next academic year exploring the “anthropology of wonder” as the recipient of a Radcliffe Fellowship, the first faculty member to win the prestigious fellowship while at the College.

  • Al Gosaibi lecture

    Brigham Surgeon Discusses Health Diplomacy in Final Al Gosaibi Lecture

    Dr. E. J. Caterson, a surgeon and global health diplomacy advocate, gave the third and final talk in the 2016 Husam Al Gosaibi Political Communication and Public Diplomacy Lecture Series on “Bridging Cultures Through Health Diplomacy and Medicine” to a full house in the Beard Room on May 9.

  • Diane Lake

    Emerson Faculty to Write Screenplay of "Instruments of Night"

    Emerson faculty Diane Lake, a writer of the 2002 Academy Award-winning Frida, has been hired by producer Tony Greenberg to adapt Thomas H. Cook’s psychological thriller Instruments of Night for the screen.

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