Course Details for Prof. Ann Andaloro - Summer - 2020

Digital Storytelling in London

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Ann Andaloro is an Assistant Professor of Communication, Media and Landuages at Morehead State University in Morehead Kentucky. Her fields of specialization are Electronic Media and Women’s Studies. Her research and creative production has a focus on feminism and television audience studies. She received a Ph. D. from Bowling Green State University in Communication Studies. Dr. Andaloro is currently the Director of Women’s Studies at Morehead State University. She received funding from the Kentucky Foundation for Women Arts Meets Activism Grant for the production of a video documentary on women’s role models in Appalachia. In addition she has been awarded three grants for Hopscotch House. The grants were used to develop a research project on the relationship of Chinese women and American women. She received a fellowship from The National Association of Television Producers and Executives for a National Conference. She received a creative production grant to produce the MSU TV series Hear me Roar. The program has aired for fourteen years. She has taught in China, Spain, Austria and Italy. (More Info)

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Digital Storytelling in London

Program Dates:
July 10, 2020 —August 09, 2020

Honors Credit:

WKU Course:
JOUR 481

Broadcasting and Media Studies , Communication , Art and Design , English

Course Description:
Everyone has a story to tell, and in this class students will develop their own stories as they relate to the culture of Great Britain by creating audio and video projects on location. We will examine digital media as a tool for seeing, exploring, and expressing cultural identity. We will be visiting ancient sites such as Windsor Castle, Westminster Abbey, and the Tower of London, as well as taking day trips along the River Thames and to Oxford to meet with other students to discuss similarities and differences in American and British college culture. You’re invited to take advantage of this opportunity to develop your cultural competency and sensitivity in the process of documenting intercultural stories in London.


Physical Activity Requirements:
On average: 3 to 5 miles of walking. Wear real shoes - the city streets of London are rugged in and of themselves; flip-flops thin sandals or ballet flatsare not allowed on field trip events. We will spend time out in the weather not just in moving from venue to venue. Some of our activities take place outside and in whatever weather is happening that day. July in London is often sunny and even hot but youll still need to bring an umbrella with you.

Course Highlights:
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