Chris Flook
Chris Flook
Senior Lecturer in Department of Media


Room:LB 206

A lifelong resident of Muncie and Delaware County, Chris Flook is an Associate Lecturer of Media at Ball State University. In 2015, he published Native Americans of East-Central Indiana - a concise history of the Native groups that that once lived along the White River. In 2016, he edited and published Beech Grove Cemetery Comes to Life and this year, he published Lost Towns of Delaware County. He also writes a bi-monthly column entitled, By Gone Muncie for the Star Press.

At Ball State University, he has advised several immersive learning projects regarding local Muncie, Delaware County, and east-central Indiana history including: Historic Muncie, A Legacy Etched in Glass: The Ball Brothers in Muncie, The Lenape on the Wapahani River, From Normal to Extraordinary: Ball State’s First Century, and Everlasting Light: The Story of Indiana’s Bicentennial Torch Relay. He teaches motion graphics, web design, advanced video production, and graduate production courses.

Achieving Academic Excellence

Chris Flook is a filmmaker who teaches students to use modern storytelling techniques to depict historical events. Read more of his story.