Emerson in the News


  • Claire Andrade-Watkins

    Andrade-Watkins in Providence Journal

    Associate Professor for Liberal Arts and Interdisciplinary Studies Claire Andrade-Watkins was interviewed for a special two-part series on race relations in the Providence Journal.

  • Cooper interviewed by Chicago media

    Visual and Media Arts Professor Tom Cooper was featured in “How My Media Diet Is Killing Me,” a recent article in the Chicago Tribune.

  • Malcolm Rogers, Anne Hawley, Tom Lentz

    Arts leaders at Emerson, covered by WGBH and Boston Globe

    President Pelton hosted a reception at the Paramount Center for retiring arts leaders Malcom Rogers, MFA; Anne Hawley, Gardner Museum; and Tom Lentz, Harvard Museums.

  • Greg Payne

    Payne, students at GlobCom 2015

    Communication Studies Department Chair Greg Payne and five Emerson students traveled to Borneo, Malaysia, for the 2015 Global Communication Project. Two Emerson students were on the top two winning teams in the final competition.

  • Iliza Shlesinger

    Shlesinger ’05 announcement in Hollywood Reporter

    Alumna Iliza Shlesinger will host Separation Anxiety, a new TBS relationship game show that will launch in late 2015.

  • Danielle Legros Georges

    Legros Georges '86 featured in Boston Globe

    Poet Laureate Danielle Legros Georges talks to the Boston Globe about moving to Mattapan from Haiti as a young girl and how she was exposed to the arts at an early age through the Haitian community in Boston as well as her own family.

  • Megan Marshall

    Marshall comments on pianist Evans for WSJ

    Megan Marshall, Charles Wesley Emerson Professor in the Writing, Literature and Publishing Department, appeared in the May 26 Wall Street Journal to offer a guest opinion on the work of pianist Bill Evans.

  • Miranda Banks

    Banks comments on Marilyn Monroe for USA Today

    Miranda Banks, assistant professor in the Visual and Media Arts Department, is quoted in a May 27 USA Today article examining why Marilyn Monroe remains a favorite subject of film biopics, with at least a half-dozen films made since the mid-1990s.

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