Emerson in the News

  • David Gerzof

    Gerzof weighs in on new note-taking service

    A note-taking service for students called NoteWagon.com is being marketed to students in the Boston area, and Emerson lecturer David Gerzof appeared in a recent WBZ-TV story to comment on the service.

  • Ted Gup

    Gup speaks to NY Times on controversial news-gathering case

    Journalism chair Ted Gup is quoted in a Feb. 26 Public Editor column of the New York Times, "An American in Pakistan."

  • Jeffrey Seglin

    WLP Prof. Seglin speaks on Ohio radio program

    Emerson Writing, Literature and Publishing Associate Professor Jeffrey Seglin was called upon to comment on a tragic event that made news in Columbus, Ohio.

  • Associate Professor John Gianvito

    Gianvito's films praised by critics

    Three film critics cited in the British magazine Sight and Sound named Vapor Trail (Clark), a film by Associate Professor John Gianvito, as one of their top five films of 2010.

  • Professor Marc Fields featured in the Boston Globe

    VMA Professor Marc Fields was featured in the Boston Globe cover story “Strings Attached” in which he talks about his nearly finished, nine-year film project on the history of the banjo.

  • Jeff Seglin

    Seglin Talks to Fox25 About Forgiveness

    Boston Fox25 Morning News Anchor Gene Lavanchy ’86 interviewed Emerson Writing, Literature and Publishing Associate Professor Jeffrey Seglin on December 1 about forgiveness and letting go.

  • Jim Finn

    MSNBC Interviews Jim Finn

    In light of North Korea’s recent attacks on South Korea, Emerson Visual and Media Arts faculty member Jim Finn was featured on MSNBC November 27 to offer his expertise on North Korean propaganda.

  • Edgar Talks to ABC News

    On November 10 the U.S. Food and Drug Administration unveiled 36 new cigarette pack labels with gory images (aka “fear messages”) on them.



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