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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
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
 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
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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-
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.”
Student’s Guide to First 
-Year Writing 
. Ed. Marissa M. Juárez, Jacob Witt, and Jennifer Haley-Brown. 31
ed.Plymouth: Hayden McNeil, 2010. 254-57. Print.
“Virtual Volunteerism: Review of 
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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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
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
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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