Fort Valley State University  

Lee, Andrew A.

Fine Arts, Humanities and Mass Communications
110 Founders Hall

Position: Professor of Communication

Fort Valley State University, 2002-present; Albany State University, 1995-2001; University of Pittsburgh (Graduate Fellow/Assistant), 1990-1995.

Faculty Bio

Ph.D., University of Pittsburgh, 1995; M.A., University of Pittsburgh, 1992 (Communication: Rhetoric and Communication)
B. S., Jackson State University, 1989 (Special Education)


Lee, A. (2010). “Douglass’ rhetorical techniques.” In J. E. Thompson, J. L. Conyers & N. J. Dawson (Eds.), Frederick Douglass Encyclopedia. Westport: Greenwood Publishing Group.
Lee, A. (June 2008). In my darkest hour I shall see light: Moving from grief to a place called grace. Ross News Report. Online publication. (Posted the weeks of June 12, 2008 and June 19, 2008.) Worldwide Web:
Lee, A. (2005). An examination of the struggle for equity in higher education: litigation in the Ayers v. Fordice case in Mississippi. Brown v. Board of Education: Its impact on Public Education: 1954-2004 (115-122). Thurgood Marshall Scholarship Fund Publication. Brooklyn: Word for Word Publishing Company.
Lee, A. (2004). More than bricks and mortar: The Ayers case (in Mississippi) is on a collision course with American jurisprudence. Proceedings of the W. E. B. DuBois Institute Annual Spring Conference (25-32). Atlanta: The Southern Center for Studies in Public Policy, Clark Atlanta University.
Lee, A. (2003). Engaging ethnography: a lesson before dying. ENCORE: Journal of the National Association of Dramatic and Speech Arts, 42, 143-151.
Lee, A. (2003, 2000). Critical thinking for the new millennium: an educational necessity. Albany Sate University/New Beginnings: Challenges, Changes and Choices (pp. 95-102). Littleton, MA: Tapestry Press, LTD.

Research Interests: 

Epistemological, Ontological, and Axiological Theoretical Concepts and Praxis; Intercultural Communication; Digital Critical Thinking and the Millennial Generation; Transformation of Consciousness; and African American Studies.

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