A short essay by EPI faculty member Bill Littlefield.
EPI was featured in the Berkeley Beacon. Read the article here: https://berkeleybeacon.com/emerson-prison-initiative-set-to-resume-in-person-classes/
The Boston Globe published an Opinion article authored by Emerson College President Lee Pelton and EPI Director Mneesha Gellman.
EPI Director Mneesha Gellman has authored a chapter in the book “Higher Education Accessibility Behind and Beyond Prison Walls.” Read the chapter abstract and introduction on the publisher’s website.
EPI professor Shelly Tenenbaum is featured in an article in Clark Magazine: Teaching Behind the Bars.
The Emerson Prison Initiative (EPI) is only the most recent effort Emerson College has made towards facilitating education in prison. Disrupting Mass Incarceration: Six Decades of Emerson Prison Education is a digital exhibit featuring archival materials chronicling Emerson’s award-winning debate Read More …
EPI was featured in Emerson Today on December 4, 2019. Read the article here.
EPI Director Mneesha Gellman wrote about the documentary “College Behind Bars” in The Conversation. Read the article here.
Director Mneesha Gellman, Associate Professor Kim McLarin, and tutor Annie Lineberry, a graduate student in the theatre education program, were interviewed for a feature on Emerson Today – read the article here.
This honor is bestowed upon those who engage in “substantial contributions to advancing social justice, inclusiveness, and diversity; unconditional giving to Emerson; and advancing Emerson’s mission, especially Emerson’s commitment to academic excellence and civic engagement.” Read more about it here.