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Ashlee Anderson

Ashlee Anderson, PhD

Clinical Assistant Professor, Cultural Studies

Biography

I enjoy spending time with my husband and young daughter, watching movies, live comedy, and traveling as much and as far as possible.


Education

PhD, Learning Environments and Educational Studies, University of Tennessee, 2014

MA, Classical Languages, University of Georgia, 2008

BA, Classics & Anthropology, University of Tennessee, 2005


Publications

Anderson, A., Aronson, B., Ellison, S., & Fairchild-Keyes, S. (2014). Pushing up against the limit-horizon of educational change: A critical discourse analysis of education reform. Journal for Critical Education Policy Studies, 12(3), 338-370.

 

Recent Presentations

Arce-Trigatti, A. & Anderson, A. (2015, November 11-15). Defining the discourse on diversity: Using critical discourse analysis to decipher the meaning of diversity within the context of education policy.Paper presentation at the American Educational Studies Association, San Antonio, TX.

Ellison, S., Aronson, B., Anderson, A., Clausen, C., & Fairchild-Keyes, S. (2015, November 11-15). From objects to subjects: Repositioning teachers as policy actors doing policy work. Paper presentation at the American Educational Studies Association, San Antonio, TX.

Anderson, A. (2015, May 20-23). Lessons from a postcritical ethnographic analysis of Teach For America alumni. Paper presentation at the 11th International Congress of Qualitative Inquiry, University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign, IL.

Anderson, A., & Aronson, B. (2015, May 20-23). Teaching and learning in diverse schools: Comparing two approaches to teacher education. Paper presentation at the 11th International Congress of Qualitative Inquiry, University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign, IL.

Anderson, A. (2014, October 29-November 2). Changing schools or recruits? A critical discourse analysis of Teach For America’s website. Paper presentation at the American Educational Studies Association, Toronto, ON.

Anderson, A. (2014, April 3-7). Teach For America and the dangers of deficit thinking. Paper presented to the American Educational Research Association, Philadelphia, PA.

Ashlee Anderson

Contact Information

  • 417 Claxton Education Complex, 1122 Volunteer Boulevard, Knoxville, TN 37996
  • Phone: 865-974-1278
  • E-mail: abanders@utk.edu

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