Ashley Ellis

Adjunct Instructor English - School of Liberal Arts & Communication

Contact Information

Master's thesis: "Assumptions of Universality: Delineations of Space through Cartography, Architecture, and Technology"
One of her essays was published in an anthology, Ontic Flows: From Digital Humanities to Posthumanities, and another essay under review titled, "Losing Meaning through Evolution: The Disappearing Philosophy of Mary Shelley's Frankenstein" to be published in another anthology, Monsters and Monstrosity in 21st Century Film and Television

Courses Taught

Composition I
Composition II


  • Bachelor's degree in Professional Writing/Journalism from the University of Oklahoma
  • Master's degree in Rhetoric and Composition from Northeastern State University
  • Online Teaching Certification from Tulsa Community College            

Research Interests

  • Literary Theory
  • Rhetorical Theory
  • Cultural Rhetoric
  • Philosophy
  • Rhetoric of Place and Space            

Publications & Presentations

Book Chapter:
“The Rhetoric of Place and Time: Immortality in a Simulated World.” Ontic Flows: From Digital to Posthumanities. Ed. Matt Bernico and Manuela K├Âlke. New York: Atropos, June 2016. 25-38.

“The Depth of the Disguise Motif in Shakespeare’s The Taming of the Shrew.” South-Central Renaissance Conference, Omaha, NE. March 2013.

“Transcending Time and Death: Immortality in a Simulated World.” 40th Annual Arkansas Philological Association Conference, Little Rock, AR. October 2013.

“The Myth of Greek Origins: Mesopotamia, Egypt, and India.” Cultural Rhetorics Conference, East Lansing, MI. October 2014.

Professional Affiliations & Memberships

  • Sigma Tau Delta International English Honor Society
  • Arkansas Philological Association
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