In keeping with his wide variety of teaching interests, Kenneth Tucker has traveled extensively to the United Kingdom, France, Greece, Italy, and Austria and has a reading knowledge of French, German, Greek, Italian, Latin, and Spanish.

During the 1990's Kenneth Tucker participated regularly in the CCSA (Cooperative Center for Studies Abroad) program, which allowed college instructors to take students to England and other countries to teach them in classes and broaden their cultural horizons. In this program he taught classes in Shakespeare, British Fantasy, and Horror, and Arthurian Literature.

An Anglophile, he has made yearly trips to the United Kingdom to visits sites of historical and cultural interest and attend performances of plays by Shakespeare and other Renaissance playwrights.