The class took a 36 hour “whirlwind tour” given by Bill Arrington of Gettysburg National Military Park and the Gettysburg area, where they walked the battlegrounds and saw the site where Lincoln delivered his famous address. Kate Ellicott ’ 15 described the importance of visiting Gettysburg at this point in the semester: “Going to Gettysburg made the texts that we read in class, a reality.
The Communication department at Denison utilizes the concept of “Communication as constitutive” to guide studies and thoughts, because we believe that through communication, we create the society in which we live.
While most students were away during this past summer, Gianna Maiorino and other summer scholars spent their summers researching and working on campus. Along with her advisor, Dr. Laura Russell, Maiorino studied kindness.
Aca-Media is a monthly podcast featuring informal discussions and interviews with Cinema and Media Studies academics across the country.
Five student papers were accepted at the Undergraduate Honors Conference for Communication and Theatre, held at Depauw University.