Ashley J.

Holmes
108 Fairview Street Decatur, Georgia 30030 919.434.5665 aholmes@gsu.edu www.ashleyjholmes.com Georgia State University Department of English Post Office Box 3970 Atlanta, Georgia 30302-3970 404.413.5831

EDUCATION Ph.D. in Rhetoric, Composition, and the Teaching of English, University of Arizona, 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 Cardenas Comprehensive Exams, Pass with Distinction, Oct. 2010 M.A. in English, North Carolina State University, May 2005 Concentration: Rhetoric and Composition Certificate: Advanced License for Secondary English Education in North Carolina Thesis: 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 Education Certificate: Teaching License for Secondary English Education in North Carolina Minor: Social Work ACADEMIC APPOINTMENTS & EMPLOYMENT Assistant Professor of English, Department of English, Georgia State University, 2012 – present Graduate Assistant Teacher, Department of English, University of Arizona, 2008 – 2012 Graduate Instructional Consultant, College of Humanities Instructional Computing, University of Arizona, 2009 – 2011 Technology Instructor, Center for English as a Second Language, University of Arizona, Summer 2009 & 2010 Lecturer, Department of English, Elon University, 2005 – 2008 Graduate Teaching Assistant, Department of English, NC State University, 2003 – 2005 Graduate Student Consultant, Campus Writing and Speaking Program (CWSP), NC State University, 2003 – 2004

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 Journal101.3 (2012). 36-41. Print. “Advancing Campus-Community Partnerships: Standpoint Theory and Course ReDesign.” 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, Mary Knight-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 NowotnyYoung. 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. 31st 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, 2012 Computers & Writing Travel Grant Award ($140), 2012 Funds to Foster Collaboration Grant ($190), Writing Program, University of Arizona, 2012 Council of Writing Program Administrators-Graduate Organization (WPA-GO) Conference on College Composition and Communication (CCCC) Graduate Student Travel Grant ($100), 2012 Travel Grant ($325), English Graduate Union (EGU), University of Arizona, 2012 Travel Grant for Dissertation Research ($450), Graduate and Professional Student Council (GPSC), University of Arizona, 2011 Travel Grant ($325), EGU, University of Arizona, 2011 Travel Grant ($325), EGU, University of Arizona, 2010 Travel Grant ($275), EGU, University of Arizona, 2009 Community Partnership Initiative Grant ($1,100), Elon University, 2008 Teaching and Learning Faculty Writing Residency, Elon University, 2008, 2007, & 2006 Academic Service-Learning Faculty Scholars Program ($1,000 stipend), Elon University, 2007 INVITED WORKSHOPS & PRESENTATIONS “‘Aberrations’ Beyond the Classroom: The Risks and Rewards of Going Public with Pedagogy.” 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 21st 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.” Invited panelist. Brown bag hosted by the Writing Program, University of Arizona. Tucson, AZ. Apr. 2010.

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“Teaching Rhetorical Analysis.” Invited panelist. Brown bag hosted by the Writing Program, University of Arizona. Tucson, AZ. Nov. 2009. “Blogs in the Humanities.” Invited panelist. Roundtable discussion hosted by the College of Humanities Instructional Computing, University of Arizona. Tucson, AZ. Apr. 2009. “Teaching Online Courses.” Invited panelist. Roundtable discussion hosted by the College of Humanities Instructional Computing, University of Arizona. Tucson, AZ. Dec. 2008. “Multigenre Research: An Alternative to Traditional Research.” Invited workshop. Visual culture faculty interest group, hosted by the Center for the Advancement of Teaching and Learning (CATL), Elon University. Elon, NC. Feb. 2006. “Writing across the Curriculum: Teaching Scientific Writing.” Invited workshop. NC Teach “Super Saturday” Training for Lateral Entry Teachers. North Carolina State University. Raleigh, NC. Apr. 2005 & 2006. ($250 stipend) “An Introduction to Using Weblogs in the Classroom.” Invited workshop. Capital Area Writing Project (CAWP), an affiliate of the National Writing Project (NWP). North Carolina State University. Raleigh, NC. June 2005. CONFERENCE PRESENTATIONS “Mapping Atlanta.” Digital Pedagogy Poster Presentation. Conference on College Composition and Communication (CCCC). Las Vegas, NV. Mar. 2013. [accepted] “Compose Yourself: Creating Digital Teaching Philosophies.” Computers & Writing. Raleigh, NC. May 2012. “The Writing Program Goes Public: A Comparative Study of Public Pedagogy in Three Writing Programs.” Conference on College Composition and Communication (CCCC). St. Louis, MO. Mar. 2012. “’It’s Easy to Volunteer’: A Place-Based Analysis of Virtual Service.” Western States Rhetoric and Literacy (WSRL) Conference. Arizona State University. Phoenix, AZ. Oct. 2011. “Directed Self Placement Goes Online: New Directions in Technology for Writing Programs.” Council of Writing Program Administrators’ (CWPA) Conference. Philadelphia, PA. July 2010. “Ecologies for Writing Programs: A Heuristic for Building Sustainability.” [remote via Skype]. Writing Development in Higher Education (WDHE) Conference. London, England. June 2010.

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“Those Who Can’t (Research), Teach: A Historical Study of English Journal in the Late Progressive Era.” Conference on College Composition and Communication (CCCC). Louisville, KY. Mar. 2010. “Confronting Social Change and Agency in Service-Learning.” Roundtable. Western States Rhetoric and Literacy Conference (WSRL) Conference. University of Utah. Salt Lake City, UT. Oct. 2009. “Bridging Community and Academic Realities: Re-Designing a Service-Learning Writing Course with Student and Community Voices.” Conference on College Composition and Communication (CCCC). New Orleans, LA. Apr. 2008. “Backwards Design: Considering Course Objectives in Service-Learning.” North Carolina Campus Compact Service-Learning Conference. Elon University. Elon, NC. Feb. 2008. “Sharpening Tools for Teaching the Writing Process.” North Carolina English Teacher’s Association (NCETA) Conference. Charlotte, NC. Nov. 2007. “Learning Citizenship through Writing: A Study Comparing Service-Learning and Traditional Courses.” Carnegie Academy for the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning (CASTL) Institute. Chicago, IL. June 2007. “Exploring Voices and Identities: Multigenre Research in First Year Writing.” Conference on College Composition and Communication (CCCC). New York, NY. Mar. 2007. “Transformative Pedagogy: Weblogs as Learner-Centered Writing Spaces.” International Society for the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning (ISSOTL) Conference. Washington, D.C. Nov. 2006. “Pedagogy in the Center Space: Weblogs as Student-led Communities.” Conference on College Composition and Communication (CCCC). Chicago, IL. Mar. 2006. “Blogging to Learn: Using Weblogs in College Classrooms across the Curriculum.” Lilly South Conference on College and University Teaching. Greensboro, NC. Feb. 2006. TEACHING Georgia State University, 2012 – present Graduate Courses English 8150: Modern & Contemporary Rhetorical Theory (1 section) Spring 2013: <http://eng8150sp12.wordpress.com/> Upper-Division Undergraduate Courses English 3120: Electronic Writing & Publishing (1 section) Fall 2012: <http://english3120fall12.wordpress.com/>

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English 3100: 20th Century Composition Theory & Practice (1 section) Spring 2013: <eng3100sp12.wordpress.com> Lower-Division Undergraduate Courses English 1103: Honors, Advanced Composition (1 section) Fall 2012: <http://english1103fall12.wordpress.com/> Graduate Student Committees Comprehensive Exam Member for Perry Dantzler and Bradford Hincher Master’s Thesis Member for Kelly Elmore University of Arizona, 2008-2012 English 1101 & 1102: First-Year Writing (3 sections) English 1103: Honors Composition, Writing in Local Publics (3 sections) Elon University, 2005-2008 Upper-Division Undergraduate Courses English 219: Writing Studies Survey (1 section) English 253: Ireland: Literature, Culture, and History (2 sections [study abroad]) English 255: Latin American Magical Realism (2 sections [online and winter term]) English 382: Teaching Internship (2 sections [independent study]) Lower-Division Undergraduate Courses English 100: Introduction to College Writing (2 sections) English 110: College Writing (12 sections total, 2 service-learning sections) NC State University, 2003-2005 English 101: Academic Writing and Research (2 sections) WRITING PROGRAM ADMINISTRATION & ASSESSMENT Invited Contributor, Pilot Test of Honors Writing Curriculum, Writing Program, University of Arizona, 2011-2012 Academic Transfer Assistant, Writing Program, University of Arizona, 2009-2011 Writing Center Consultant & Literacy Outreach Assistant, Writing Without Borders Community Connections Grant, University of Arizona, 2010-2011 Facilitator, Pilot Test of Directed Self-Placement (DSP), University of Arizona, 2011 Holistic Scorer, Writing Across the Curriculum & Critical Thinking Campus-Wide Assessment Project, University of Arizona, 2010-2011 Facilitator, Group Evaluation of CLEP Exam Rubric, University of Arizona, 2010 SERVICE

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National Service Reviewer, Community Literacy Journal, Jan. 2010 & Nov. 2011. <http://www.communityliteracy.org/> Reviewer, The Bedford Book of Genres (formerly Sourceplay), Ed. Liz Kleinfeld and Amy Braziller, [textbook under contract with Bedford/St. Marin’s, expected 2012], Nov. 2007 University Committees & Service Facilitator, Teaching with Technology Curriculum Design Groups, College of Humanities, University of Arizona, 2009 Member, Learning and Teaching with Technology (LATTe) Group, University of Arizona, 2010-2011 <http://latte.oia.arizona.edu/> Mentor, Arizona Assurance Scholars Program, University of Arizona, 2009-2010 Member, Academic Technology and Computing Committee (ATACC) [university standing committee, elected], Elon University, 2007-2008 Member, North Carolina Teaching Fellows Advisory Board [university committee, appointed], Elon University, 2006-2007 & 2007-2008 Mentor, Preparing Future Faculty (PFF) Duke University Ph.D. Candidate, Elon University, 2006-2007 Department Service Participant, 2CI Proposal for Integrating Geographic Information Science, Geovisulazation, and Community Engagement in the Study of Hazards in Urban Environments, Georgia State University, 2012 Teaching Observer for 3 Graduate Teaching Assistants, Lower-Division Studies, Georgia State University, 2012 Member, Writing Program Advisory Committee (WriPAC), University of Arizona, 20092011 Participant, Arizona English Articulation Task Force Meeting, Central Arizona College, Casa Grande, AZ, Oct. 2010 Peer Mentor, Graduate Student in Rhetoric, Composition, and Teaching of English, University of Arizona, 2009-2010 Conference Co-Chair, New Directions in Critical Theory Conference, University of Arizona, 2009-2010

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Member, Difference and Inequality Committee, University of Arizona, 2008-2009 & 2010-2011 New Faculty Mentor for College Writing, Elon University, 2006-2007 & 2007-2008 Member, Long Range Planning Committee [elected], Elon University, 2006-2007 & 2007-2008 Member, Job Search Committee [appointed], English Department Lecturer Search (national), Elon University, 2007-2008 Exit Interviewer for Graduating Seniors, Elon University, 2006-2008 Academic Advisor, Elon University, 2006-2008 Member, College Writing Committee, Elon University, 2006-2007 PROFESSIONAL MEMBERSHIPS Conference on College Composition and Communication (CCCC) Council of Writing Program Administrators (CWPA) Modern Language Association (MLA) National Council for Teachers of English (NCTE) REFERENCES Amy C. Kimme Hea, Associate Professor of English and Director of the Writing Program University of Arizona, English Department, PO Box 210067, Tucson, AZ, 85721-0067 (520) 626-0790, kimmehea@u.arizona.edu Anne-Marie Hall, Associate Writing Specialist University of Arizona, English Department, PO Box 210067, Tucson, AZ, 85721-0067 (520) 621-3553, hall@u.arizona.edu Chris Anson, University Distinguished Professor of English and Director of Campus Writing & Speaking Program North Carolina State University, Department of English, 221 Tompkins Hall, Campus Box 8105, Raleigh, NC 27695-8105, (919) 513-4080, chris_anson@ncsu.edu Jessie Moore, Associate Professor of English and Professional Writing and Rhetoric Coordinator (Teaching Reference) Elon University, Department of English, 2338 Campus Box, Elon, NC, 27244 (336) 278-5649, jmoore28@elon.edu

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