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Holloway, Anna

Graduate Studies
318 Hubbard

Dean, Graduate Studies & Extended Education and Professor of English
Department: College of Graduate Studies & Extended Education
Professional Experience: 1968—present – Fort Valley State; coordinator of the Mass Communications Program from 1990-1996; freelance editor

Faculty Bio

B.A., English, Honors Program, University of Wisconsin: Madison; M.A., English, University of Wisconsin, Madison; Ph.D., English, Kent State University in Ohio; Additional study: graduate poetry seminar, Georgia State University; Institute for Teaching Technical Communication, Jackson State University; Denver Publishing Institute, University of Denver; Dow Editing Seminar, Poynter Institute, American Press Institute.


“A Timeline of Dresses” (poem) Poetry of the Golden Generation: Vol. IV Published by Kennesaw State University, Fall 2008.
“El Tajin” (poem) Poetry of the Golden Generation: A Celebration of Southern Poets 50 years of Age and Older, Vol. III Published by Kennesaw State University, Fall 2006.
“Raymond Andrews” Greenwood Encyclopedia of African American Literature. Hans Ostrom, J. David Macey, Ed. , Greenwood Press, Fall 2005.
“Haley’s Comet.” (poem) Golden Poets: A Celebration of Southern Poets 50 or Older. Published by Kennesaw State University, Dec. 2002.
eCore™ English Composition I. The University System of Georgia, Advanced Learning Technologies. Published on line, fall, 2000. (co-authored with Sally Wheeler, David Gantt, Ron Chandonia, Jon Hershey, Joyce Swofford).
eCore™ World Literature I. The University System of Georgia, Advanced Learning Technologies. published on-line, fall 2002. (Co-authored with Bryan Davis, Kokila Rahvi, Lissa Attaway-Holloway).
“Adrienne Bond.” New Georgia Encyclopedia. University of Georgia Press (Publication date: January 2003).
“The New York Times in Introductory Research Writing and Freshman Composition Classes: Developing the Ability to Focus.” Using National Newspapers in the College Curriculum: Resources to Improve Teaching and Learning.” Published by National Resource Center for The First-Year Experience and Students in Transition, University of South Carolina, 1999.

Recent Presentations and continuing study:
“The Olmecs and the Maya: A supplement to go with the study of Popol Vuh: The Mayan Book of the Dawn of Life.” GCIS Symposium, Georgia Perimeter College, Lawrenceville, March 17, 2006.
“The Allure of Jewels from Afar.” Southern British Studies Conference. Memphis, Tenn., Nov., 2004

Research Interests: 

Online Instruction, Detective Fiction, editing.

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