Spring 2014

Undergraduate Courses

STOR 2500-001 (12541) Intro to Storytelling, 3 credits. Dr. Delanna Reed (required course in the undergrad Storytelling Minor).
TR 12:45-2:05 Warf-Pickel 405

STOR 3510 – 001 (12540) Oral Traditional Storytelling – 3 credits.
Instructor: Dr. Delanna Reed (required course in the undergrad Storytelling Minor).
TR 9:45 am - 11:05 am Warf-Pickel Hall 405

STOR 4647/5647 – 001 (12542/13933) Applied Storytelling – 3 credits. Dr. Joseph Sobol (required course in the undergrad Storytelling Minor).
TR 2:15 pm - 3:35 pm Warf-Pickel Hall 413

Graduate Courses

STOR 5190-002 (13934) Language of Storytelling – (3 credits)
Class T 4-6:50pm Warf-Pickel Hall 405
Instructor: Joseph Sobol
Through the insights and methods of Socio-linguistics, Folklore, Narratology, and Storytelling Studies we will explore the linguistic elements of creating and sharing events in imagined worlds: "Story Worlds."

STOR 5200-002 Contemporary Issues: Performance Ethnography (3 hrs.) Dr. Delanna Reed CRN 13932 Wednesday 4:00 pm-6:50 pm.
Performance ethnography encompasses personal narrative in all its forms, such as autobiography, oral history and testimonies. Through performance ethnography, the researcher studies a cultural group by writing and performing their story. If you are interested in oral history, different cultures and building bridges through hearing the stories of others, this is the class for you.

Pract Tch Rdng - 13947 - READ 5241 - 001

Class TBA Independent Study
Instructor: Joseph Sobol
Pract Tch Rdng - 13777 - READ 5241 - 002
Class TBA Independent Study
Instructor: Joseph Sobol
Pract Tch Rdng - 13778 - READ 5241 - 003
Class TBA TBA Independent Study
Instructor: Joseph Sobol

Storytelling Capstone - 14373 - READ 5961 - 003
Class TBA
Instructor: Sobol

Storytelling Thesis - 14485 - STOR 5960 - 003
Class TBA
Instructor: Sobol

Graduate Courses in Research Methods

Research Methods: The required course is EDFN 5950. However, we recommend this course:

Qualitative Research in Communication SPCH 5300 201 (3 hrs.) CRN 13821
6:00 pm-8:50 pm Professor: Dr. Amber Kinser