John Arthos

Photo of LAMP Faculty member John Arthos.

Associate Professor of English
Department of English
Ballantine Hall 476

John Arthos is an associate professor whose current home is in the Department of English. He started out at Indiana in the Department of Communication & Culture. He received his Ph.D. from Wayne State University in Detroit, Michigan in rhetoric studies with a minor in film theory. He taught for several years at the State University of New York at Fredonia, and then at Denison University in Ohio.  Before teaching in the academy he worked as a freelance videographer and fine art photographer. He specializes in rhetoric and communication, and is also interested in narrative theory. He is the director of the Public Oral Communication course in the College of Liberal Arts General Education Program. He has had a lot of experience shooting and editing film and video, and is an avid film enthusiast. During the 2020-2021 school year, Professor Arthos will be teaching LAMP-M 201 "Arts of Communication" for the Management + Human Organization major. 

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