Storytelling and Influence: Exploring London’s History, Legends and Culture

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A Senior Lecturer, John brings m more than 20 years of experience teaching college level Communication Studies courses. He has taught courses in Small Group Communication, Interpersonal Communication, Leadership, Basic and Advanced Public Speaking, and various hybrid introductory courses with content ranging from small group and interpersonal communication to public speaking, basic theory & methods and communication history. John also currently teaches as part of EKU’s nationally prominent honors program, where he team teaches the freshman Honors Rhetoric course with faculty members from English and Philosophy.

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Storytelling and Influence: Exploring London’s History, Legends and Culture

Program Dates:
July 8, 2022 - Aug 7, 2022

Honors Credit:

WKU Course:
COMM 345


Course Description:
Learn the elements of oral storytelling design, presentation and influence while exploring one of the world’s most story-rich cities: London. Learn from local storytellers and immerse yourself in the rich culture, history and legends of England at such iconic sites as the Tower of London, Canterbury Cathedral, the Royal Albert Hall and the BBC. Develop and present your own stories through the mediums of live performance, video, and podcasting. A must-take course for students interested in communication, English, broadcasting, history, education, parks and recreation, public health, law and business, or anyone wanting to become a more engaging and influential speaker or performer.


Physical Activity Requirements:
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