Faculty/Staff Profile

Amy L. Ellison

Amy L. Ellison, M.A., M.L.I.S.

Lecturer

Phone: 678-839-4882 | Fax: 678-839-4849

Email:  aellison@westga.edu

Office: Pafford Social Science Building 319

Hours: Fall 2015
M-Th 11-1:30
Other hours and virtual hours by appointment


Courses and Sections

  • Courses Taught
    • ENGL-1101 (English Composition I)    
    • ENGL-1102 (English Composition II)    
    • ENGL-2060 (Intro to Creative Writing)    
    • ENGL-2120 (British Literature)    
    • ENGL-2190 (Literature by Women)    
    • XIDS-2100 (Arts and Ideas: IGNITE)    
  • Fall 2015 Sections
    • ENGL-1101 (English Composition I) Section: LCK   [View Syllabus]
    • ENGL-1101 (English Composition I) Section: 140   [View Syllabus]
    • ENGL-1101 (English Composition I) Section: 141   [View Syllabus]
    • ENGL-2190 (Literature by Women) Section: 01   [View Syllabus]
  • Summer 2015 Sections
    • ENGL-1102 (English Composition II) Section: 04
  • Spring 2015 Sections
    • ENGL-1102 (English Composition II) Section: LCV   [View Syllabus]
    • ENGL-1102 (English Composition II) Section: L2V   [View Syllabus]
    • ENGL-2120 (British Literature) Section: 01   [View Syllabus]
  • Fall 2014 Sections
    • ENGL-1101 (English Composition I) Section: T02   [View Syllabus]
    • ENGL-1101 (English Composition I) Section: LXV   [View Syllabus]
    • ENGL-1101 (English Composition I) Section: L2V
    • ENGL-2060 (Intro to Creative Writing) Section: 01   [View Syllabus]
    • ENGL-2120 (British Literature) Section: 02   [View Syllabus]
  • Summer 2014 Sections
    • XIDS-2100 (Arts and Ideas: IGNITE) Section: T04   [View Syllabus]
  • Spring 2014 Sections
    • ENGL-1102 (English Composition II) Section: U01   [View Syllabus]
    • ENGL-1102 (English Composition II) Section: 27   [View Syllabus]
    • ENGL-2120 (British Literature) Section: 01   [View Syllabus]

Education/Degrees

  • B.A., English, University of West Georgia, 2005
  • M.A., English, University of West Georgia, 2008
  • MLIS, Library and Information Science, Valdosta State University, 2012

Biography

My professional interests are in composition, British literature and creative writing, and using science (fact and fiction) to add to the experiential processes of reading and composing. I am particularly dedicated to enhancing classroom engagement for all students while--together, as a critical writing and thinking community--we seek a better understanding of argumentation and rhetoric.