Communication TEDx Talks

Communication Scholars from across the nation and around the world have been giving TEDx talks, which are independently organized local discussions in the spirit of the influential TED conference. They've raised provocative questions about education, online racism, death acceptance, and more. If you are a communication scholar and would like to be featured on this page, contact Dr. LaKesha Anderson at landerson@natcom.org.

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The Upside Down

Emily McCormick, University of North Texas

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Emily McCormick (B.A., 2017) delivers a talk entitled “The Upside Down” and shares her idea about the therapeutic nature of art through the telling of her survival story.

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