Curriculum Vitae

EDUCATION

Ph.D., Women’s, Gender and Sexuality Studies, Emory University, 2012

Master of Historic Preservation, School of Environmental Design, University of Georgia, 1990

B.A., History, Augusta College, summa cum laude, 1984

DIGITAL PROJECTS

Artworks of Mary E. Hutchinson: A Digital Catalogue “Work in Progress,” http://meh.omeka.net

PUBLICATIONS

Juried

“A Death Without Cause: Mary E. Hutchinson’s Un-archived Life in Certified Death” in Un-archived Histories, edited by Gyanendra Pandey (Routledge, 2014).

“Mary E. Hutchinson, Intelligibility, and the Historical Limits of Agency,” Feminist Studies, Volume 38, Number 2 (Summer 2012): 375-414.

Book Reviews

Review of North Carolina Women: Their Lives and Times, volume 2, Michele Gillespie and Sally G. McMillen, eds. (UGA Press, 2015), Journal of Southern History, forthcoming.

Encyclopedia Entries

“Mary E. Hutchinson,” New Georgia Encyclopedia, a project of the Georgia Humanities Council in partnership with the University of Georgia Press, the University System of Georgia/GALILEO, and the Office of the Governor, http://www.georgiaencyclopedia.org , forthcoming.

“Vernacular Architecture in Georgia,” New Georgia Encyclopedia, a project of the Georgia Humanities Council in partnership with the University of Georgia Press, the University System of Georgia/GALILEO, and the Office of the Governor, http://www.georgiaencyclopedia.org , 2000.

Public History Publications

Books

West Georgia Textile Heritage Trail: A Pictorial History (Arcadia, 2015). A collaborative publication by the students and faculty of the Center for Public History, University of West Georgia.

Travels Through Troup County: A Guide to its Architecture and History, with John Lawrence, Clark Johnson, Glenda Majors, Kaye Lanning Minchew, and Randy Allen. Troup County Historical Society, LaGrange, Georgia, 1996.

Articles & Projects

“Roosevelt Warm Springs Institute for Rehabilitation,” in Cotton Mills, Planned Communities, and the New Deal: Vernacular Architecture and Landscapes of the New South, Vernacular Architecture Forum, 1999.

“A Heritage Highway With A Future,” Surface Transportation Policy Project Bulletin, 1994.

South Carolina Heritage Education Packet, published by the S.C. Dept. of Archives & History, distributed to S.C. public schools, 1990.

FELLOWSHIPS & AWARDS

Writing Across the Curriculum (WAC) Fellow, Kennesaw State University, Spring 2014

President’s Commission on the Status of Women (PCSW) – Student Writing Award, Emory University, 2012

Lewis H. Beck Fellowship, Emory University, 2011

Robert W. Woodruff Library Graduate Fellowship, Emory University, 2010-2011

Alternate, Dissertation Completion Fellowship, American Association of University Women, 2010

Emory Graduate School of Arts and Sciences Fellowship, 2005-2010

Emory LGBT Essay Award, 2006

Emory Dept. of Women’s Studies Research Travel Grant, 2006

TEACHING EXPERIENCE

Lecturer, Middle Tennessee State University, Department of History, 2015 – present

Limited Term Assistant Professor, University of West Georgia, History Department, 2014 – 2015

Instructor, Kennesaw State University, Interdisciplinary Studies Dept., Gender & Women’s Studies, 2013 – 2014

Instructor, University of West Georgia, History Department, spring 2014

Teaching Associate, Women’s Studies, Emory University, 2007-2008

Teaching Assistant, Women’s Studies, Emory University, 2006-2007

PRESENTATIONS

“Dangerous Faces: Gender, Ambiguity and Visible Identities in New Media,” Southeastern Women’s Studies Association, Wilmington, NC, 2014.

“Mary E. Hutchinson: An Independent Woman Artist,” invited speaker GWST program faculty meeting, Kennesaw State University, 2013.

“Mary E. Hutchinson: An Unintelligible Life in Death,” Un-Archived Histories Workshop, Emory University, 2012

“Mary E. Hutchinson, the ‘Needy Artist,’ and the Great Depression: 1931-1933,” Atlanta Graduate Student Conference in U.S. History, Emory University, 2012

“Simone de Beauvoir and The Queens of the Bowery: Dragging Femininity Without a Penis,” Queering/Embodying: Materiality Beyond Identity – Third Annual Studies in Sexualities Graduate Conference, Emory University, 2012

“Mary E. Hutchinson Queering Kitsch in Pen and Ink,” Southeast College Art Conference, Savannah, Georgia, 2011

“Chalk Level – A Vernacular Landscape of Continuity and Social Revolution,” Georgia Association of Historians, Decatur, Georgia, 2010

“Queering Kitsch,” Studies in Sexuality Graduate Student Conference, Emory, 2010

“Teaching Using Intersectionality:  Feminist Mind in Matter,” Panel presentation, National Women’s Studies Association, Atlanta, 2009

“Mary E. Hutchinson:  The Absence of an Oeuvre,” Women’s History Month Panel, Emory, 2008

“Gender and Sexuality in the Paintings of Mary E. Hutchinson, 1930-1950,” Department of Women’s Studies Panel, Women at Emory: Past, Present, and Future, Emory, 2007

“Gender and Sexuality in the Paintings of Mary E. Hutchinson, 1930-1950,” Sustainable Directions in Feminist Scholarship, Graduate Conference in Women’s Studies, Emory, 2007

“Revisiting Roscoe:  Mary E. Hutchinson and the Tenant Farmhouse,” Vernacular Georgia Paper Session, Georgia Association of Historians Annual Meeting, Columbus, Georgia, 2005

Moderator, “The Common, Ordinary, and Everyday,” 4th Savannah Symposium – Architecture and Regionalism, Savannah College of Art and Design, Savannah, Georgia, 2005

Panelist, “Archives Management and Challenges,” Organization of American Historians Annual Meeting, Atlanta, Georgia, 2004

“Heaven Bound on the Wilderness Road:  The Nexus of Critical Moment and Place,” Critical Moments Symposium, Emory, 2003

“Heaven Bound on the Wilderness Road:  The Vernacular Landscape of Roadside Memorials,” Vernacular Georgia Paper Session, Georgia Historic Preservation Conference, Macon, Georgia, 2002

“Vernacular Reflections of Soul,” Vernacular Georgia Paper Session, Georgia Historic Preservation Conference, Athens, Georgia, 1997

“The Missing Faces:  Helena Mahoney and the Physios at FDR’s Georgia Warm Springs Foundation,” Telling Her Story:  Women and Historic Preservation, Agnes Scott College, Decatur, Georgia, 1996

Moderator, “Heritage Areas,” Georgia Historic Preservation Conference, Augusta, Georgia, 1995

“Rural Preservation,” Georgia Historic Preservation Conference, Americus, Georgia, 1994

“Chattahoochee-Flint Heritage Highway,” Georgia Historic Preservation Conference, Americus, Georgia, 1994

“Heritage Education in South Carolina Schools,” National Trust for Historic Preservation Annual Conference, Charleston, South Carolina, 1990

“Old South Classicism:  Winter Residence Designs of Willis Irvin,” Society of Architectural Historians Annual Meeting, Cincinnati, Ohio, 1990

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

Visiting Assistant Professor, University of West Georgia, History Department, 2014-present

Instructor (part-time), Kennesaw State University, Interdisciplinary Studies Dept., Gender & Women’s Studies Program, 2013-2014

Instructor (part-time), University of West Georgia, History Department, spring 2014

Graduate Fellow, Emory University, 2005-2011

Volunteer Services Coordinator, The Georgia Archives, Office of the Secretary of State, 2003-2005

Publisher and Editor, Georgia Heritage Magazine, 1998-2002

Historic Preservation Planner/Architectural Historian, StarPoint Preservation, 1994-2002

Historic Preservation Planner, Chattahoochee-Flint Regional Development Center, Franklin, Georgia, 1990-1994

Survey Architectural Historian, Historic Preservation Division, South Carolina Department of Archives and History, Columbia, South Carolina, 1988-1990

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