Emerson in the News

  • Jabari Asim

    Asim Quoted on Man Booker Prize Pick in WaPo

    Writing, Literature, and Publishing Associate Professor Jabari Asim was quoted in an October 25 Washington Post article announcing that writer Paul Beatty became the first American to win a Man Booker Prize for his satirical novel, The Sellout.

  • Vincent Raynauld

    Raynauld Talks Final Presidential Debate on CBC Radio

    Vincent Raynauld, assistant professor of Communication Studies, was on CBC Radio stations in markets across Canada, including Toronto, Windsor, Charlottetown, Edmonton, and Victoria, talking about the final presidential debate between Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump.

  • David Gerzof Richard

    Gerzof Richard on Samsung Galaxy Downfall in Boston Herald

    David Gerzof Richard, founder and president of BIGfish PR and a faculty member in the Communication Studies Department, was quoted in the Boston Herald talking about Samsung's missteps in handling its Galaxy Note 7 exploding battery issue.

  • The Alchemist Cookbook still

    Low-Res MFA Student's Film Gets Nod from Rolling Stone, Variety

    The Alchemist Cookbook, a film written by Joel Potrykus, a student in Emerson's new low-residency MFA program in Writing for Film and Television, has gotten positive reviews in Rolling Stone and Variety, ahead of its October 7 release date.

  • Vincent Raynauld

    Raynauld on Impact of Social Media on Politics on CIO.com

    Vincent Raynauld, assistant professor in the Communication Studies Department, was quoted on CIO.com speaking on the role of social media in the 2016 presidential election on September 29.

  • Claudia Rankine

    Poet, "Genius Grant" Winner Rankine Talks About ArtsEmerson Project

    Poet Claudia Rankine, winner of a MacArthur Foundation "Genius Grant" this week, talked about a play she is developing with ArtsEmerson based on her poetry book, Citizen: An American Lyric, in Newsweek and The Wall Street Journal. 

  • Tim Riley

    Riley Book Cited as Crucial Beatles Reading in Globe Article

    Boston Globe film critic Ty Burr gave a shoutout to Assistant Professor of Journalism Tim Riley's book, Tell Me Why, in his review of Ron Howard's new documentary, The Beatles: Eight Days a Week -- The Touring Years.

  • OKC Thunder

    NBA's Presti '00 Honored for Commitment to Diversity

    Emerson alumnus Sam Presti '00, general manager of the Oklahoma City Thunder, was the subject of a profile in The Oklahoman ahead of his winning the Oklahoma Center for Community and Justice's 2016 Oklahoma Humanitarian Award for his commitment to diversity and inclusion within the NBA franchise.


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