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Holmes Ashley CV Dec2012

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Ashley J. Holmes
108 Fairview StreetDecatur, Georgia 30030919.434.5665aholmes@gsu.eduwww.ashleyjholmes.com Georgia State UniversityDepartment of EnglishPost Office Box 3970 Atlanta, Georgia 30302-3970404.413.5831
EDUCATIONPh.D. in Rhetoric, Composition, and the Teaching of English, University ofArizona, May 2012
Dissertation:
Public Pedagogy and Writing Program Administration: A Comparative,Cross-Institutional Study of Going Public in Rhetoric and Composition 
 Committee: Drs. Amy C. Kimme Hea (Chair), Anne-Marie Hall, and Maritza CardenasComprehensive Exams, Pass with Distinction, Oct. 2010
M.A. in English, North Carolina State University, May 2005
Concentration: Rhetoric and CompositionCertificate: Advanced License for Secondary English Education in North CarolinaThesis:
Weblogs in the Post-Secondary Writing Classroom: A Study of Purposes 
 Committee: Drs. Chris M. Anson (Chair), Ruie Pritchard, and Michael Carter 
B.A. in English, North Carolina State University, May 2003 (
magna cum laude 
)
Concentration: Secondary English EducationCertificate: Teaching License for Secondary English Education in North CarolinaMinor: Social Work
ACADEMIC APPOINTMENTS & EMPLOYMENT
 Assistant Professor of English, Department of English, Georgia State University, 2012
 –
 presentGraduate Assistant Teacher, Department of English, University of Arizona, 2008
 –
2012Graduate Instructional Consultant, College of Humanities Instructional Computing,University of Arizona, 2009
 –
2011Technology Instructor, Center for English as a Second Language, University of Arizona,Summer 2009 & 2010
 
Lecturer, Department of English, Elon University, 2005
 –
2008Graduate Teaching Assistant, Department of English, NC State University, 2003
 –
2005Graduate Student Consultant, Campus Writing and Speaking Program (CWSP), NCState University, 2003
 –
2004
 
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PUBLICATIONS
 
Refereed Journal Articles 
“The Essence of the Path: A Traveler’s Tale of Finding Place.”
Kairos: A Journal of Rhetoric, Technology, and Pedagogy 
. Special issue on spatial praxes. 16.3 (Summer 2012).
“Debates from the Past, Conversations about Our Future.”
English Journal 
101.3 (2012).36-41. Print.
“Advancing Campus
-Community Partnerships: Standpoint Theory and Course Re-
Design.”
 
Reflections: A Journal of Writing, Service-Learning, and Community Literacy 
 8.3 (2009): 76-98. Print.
Edited Journals 
Guest co-editor, with Amy C. Kimme Hea and Jennifer Haley-Brown.
Kairos: A Journal of Rhetoric, Technology, and Pedagogy 
. Special issue on spatial praxes. 16.3 (Summer 2012).
Book Chapters 
“Equalizing Voices: Student
-
Faculty Partnerships in Course Design.”
Engaging Student Voices in the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning 
. Ed. Carmen Werder and Megan M.Otis. Sterling: Stylus, 2010. 96-114. Print. (with Ayesha Delpish, Alexa Darby, MaryKnight-McKenna, Rich Mihans, Katie King, and Peter Felten, 20% of contribution)
Textbook Contributions 
“Finding and
 
Conducting Research on a Local Issue.”
Writing Public Lives: From Personal Interests to Public Rhetoric 
. Ed. Christopher Minnix and Carol Nowotny-Young. Plymouth: Hayden-McNeil, 2010. 165-78. Print.
“Considering Genre When Planning a Public Argument.”
A
Student’s Guide to First 
-Year Writing 
. Ed. Marissa M. Juárez, Jacob Witt, and Jennifer Haley-Brown. 31
st
ed.Plymouth: Hayden McNeil, 2010. 254-57. Print.
 Reviews 
“Virtual Volunteerism: Review of 
LibriVox 
and
VolunteerMatch 
.”
Community Literacy Journal 
. 6.1 (Fall 2011). Print.
Manuscripts in Preparation 
 
The Value of WPAs Rhetorically Constructing Institutional Histories.
Journal article for submission to
WPA: Writing Program Administration 
. (anticipated submission Jan.2013).
Going Public in Rhetoric and Composition: A Guide to Administration and Pedagogies 
.Book proposal for Utah State University Press. (anticipated submission Summer 2013).
 
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GRANTS, AWARDS, & FELLOWSHIPS
David L. Patrick Dissertation Fellowship ($7,000), English Department, University of  Arizona, 2012Computers & Writing Travel Grant Award ($140), 2012Funds to Foster Collaboration Grant ($190), Writing Program, University of Arizona,2012Council of Writing Program Administrators-Graduate Organization (WPA-GO)Conference on College Composition and Communication (CCCC) Graduate StudentTravel Grant ($100), 2012Travel Grant ($325), English Graduate Union (EGU), University of Arizona, 2012Travel Grant for Dissertation Research ($450), Graduate and Professional StudentCouncil (GPSC), University of Arizona, 2011Travel Grant ($325), EGU, University of Arizona, 2011Travel Grant ($325), EGU, University of Arizona, 2010Travel Grant ($275), EGU, University of Arizona, 2009Community Partnership Initiative Grant ($1,100), Elon University, 2008Teaching and Learning Faculty Writing Residency, Elon University, 2008, 2007, & 2006 Academic Service-Learning Faculty Scholars Program ($1,000 stipend), ElonUniversity, 2007
INVITED WORKSHOPS & PRESENTATIONS
“‘
 Aberrations
Beyond the Classroom: The Risks and Rewards of Going Public withPedagogy.
Invited panelist for opening conference panel. New Voices Conference.Theme: Monsters, Villains, and Aberrations. Georgia State University. Atlanta, GA. Jan.2013.
“Understanding Spatial Rhetoric: A Starter Kit to Theory and Practice.” Invited
workshop. Writing Takes Place: Situating Student Writing with 21
st
Century Literacies.
Symposium sponsored by Bedford/St. Martin’s. Mesa Community College. Mesa, AZ.
 Apr. 2011.
“Emergent Technologies for the Writing Classroom: Podcasting and Elluminate.”
Invitedpanelist. Brown bag hosted by the Writing Program, University of Arizona. Tucson, AZ. Apr. 2010.

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