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Kathleen Golden, Ph.DImage:: Dr. Kathleen Golden

Professor
Compton Hall #100 C
Department of Communication and Media Studies
Edinboro University of Pennsylvania
Edinboro, PA 16444
U. S. A.
Email: kgolden@edinboro.edu
Phone: 814.732.2528

 

Office Hours for Spring 2014

  • T Th 12:30PM-2:00PM Compton 100C
  • T 5:30PM-6:00PM Meadville Buba Center
  • W 11:00AM-12:00PM Compton 100C
  • Th 5:30PM-6:00PM Porreco Center Barn

  

Courses for Spring 2014

  • COMM 107 Public Speaking   11:00AM-12:15PM  T Th   Compton 204
  • COMM 107 Public Speaking 2:00PM-3:15PM  T Th   Compton 204 
  • COMM 298 Business and Professional Communications 6:00PM-8:30PM T Meadville
  • COMM 298 Business and Professional Communications 6:00PM-8:30PM Th Porreco 

     Kathleen Golden is a professor in the Communication and Media Studies Department. She had a sabbatical leave in Spring 2008 and created an online offering of the graduate course, Technology of Communication. She also has just completed a documentary film, Three Vaudeville Women: May Irwin, Marie Dressler, and Eva Tanguay, which has been submitted to Sundance Film Festival. She attended Sundance in 2008 with the cadre of actors and director of the film, Schism, in which she appeared and which screened at Edinboro University in the Spring semester. Dr. Golden is screening a portion of her new film at the National Communication Association in San Diego in November 2008 where she and the biographers involved in the project will discuss the launching of the entertainment industry in the late 19th and early 20th centuries. Dr. Golden's research currently involves ethnography, autoethnography, digital storytelling, group, and organizational communication.