Emerson in the News


  • Joshua Polster

    Polster on Arthur Miller premiere in UK, New York Times

    Performing Arts Associate Professor Joshua Polster, who is an expert on playwright Arthur Miller, is quoted about Miller’s first play No Villain having its world premiere in London and his overall popularity in the UK throughout his career.

  • Polly Carl

    Carl featured in WBUR’s The Artery

    In her role as part of the trio leading ArtsEmerson and Office of the Arts, Polly Carl talked to The Artery about being named Person of the Year by the National Theatre Conference, and her goal, along with fellow ArtsEmerson collegues David Dower and David Howse, to make theater more inclusive and accessible. 

  • Rich West

    West on Thanksgiving food fights, Boston Globe

    Communication Studies Professor Rich West weighs in about family dynamics at play during Thanksgiving. Specifically, the Boston Globe article addresses the differences in dietary choices: traditionalists vs. foodies. Read the article in the Boston Globe.

  • Higgins’s short finalist for Oscar nomination, Deadline Hollywood

    Alumnus and Emerson Los Angeles faculty member Julian Higgins’s film is one of 10 finalists for an Academy Award nomination in the live-action short category.

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    EC Polling Club results in Hartford Courant

    An Emerson College Polling Club (ECPC) poll of Connecticut residents covered a range of topics—from views on presidential candidates to the name “Hartford Yard Goats” for the minor league baseball team.

  • Peter Flynn

    Flynn weighs in on new Tarantino film in Boston Globe

    Senior Scholar-in-Residence in Visual and Media Arts Peter Flynn talked to the Boston Globe about filmmaker Quentin Tarantino’s new film being shot on 70mm film.

  • Yuri Cataldo

    Cataldo on new BCE major, Boston Globe

    Marketing Communication Executive-in-Residence Yuri Cataldo, director of Emerson’s Business of Creative Enterprises program, was interviewed for a business story in the Boston Globe about the new major, which launches in fall 2016.

  • Paul Turano

    Turano’s film featured in Boston Globe

    Assistant Professor in Visual and Media Arts Paul Turano’s recent documentary film includes a website and mobile app that encourages people, particularly those in urban areas, to explore the natural world.

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