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PAUL GEORGE ASHDOWN November 2009


School of Journalism and Electronic Media

University of Tennessee

Knoxville, Tennessee 37996-0333

Phone: (865) 974-5106 or (865) 539-2791 E-Mail: pashdown@utk.edu

FAX: (865) 974-5056

Residence: 9716 Franklin Hill Blvd., Knoxville, Tennessee 37922


EDUCATION:

Bowling Green State University

Ph.D. in Telecommunications, 1975

University of Florida

M.A. in Journalism and Communications, 1969

B.S. in Journalism, 1966


ACADEMIC EXPERIENCE


University of Tennessee, Knoxville

Professor of Journalism and Electronic Media, 1984-

Associate Professor of Journalism, 1979-1984

Assistant Professor of Journalism, 1977-1979

Assistant and Associate Dean for Undergraduate Studies,

College of Communications, 1979-1987, 1990-1994

Acting and Interim Director, School of Journalism, 1987-1988, 1998, 2001-2003

Associate Faculty, Department of History, 2007-

Courses taught: news writing, editing, advanced reporting, business writing, feature writing, magazine writing, opinion writing, writing across the media, international communications, public relations, introduction to public relations, public relations campaigns, public relations communications, photojournalism, introduction to mass communications, journalism as literature, writing and editing projects, practicum, education writing, interdisciplinary honors seminars, the legacy of the Civil War


University of Bonn, Germany

Visiting Professor of North American Studies, 1994-1995, 1997

Courses taught: American mass media systems, literary journalism,

travel journalism


School of Journalism and Communication, Utrecht, Netherlands

Visiting Professor of Journalism, 1993

Courses taught: American mass media systems, media writing

Western Kentucky University

Assistant Professor of Journalism, 1975-1977

Courses taught: news writing, editing, public relations, feature writing, broadcast writing, introduction to mass communications

University of Toledo

Instructor of Journalism, 1971-1975

Courses taught: news writing, editing, journalism history, public relations, introduction to mass communications, international communications


Colorado State University-Pueblo

Instructor of Journalism, 1970-1971

Courses taught: news writing, editing, introduction to mass communications, broadcast writing, feature writing, opinion writing


PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE


Columnist, Vecer, Maribor, Slovenia, 1996 -

Information, Copenhagen, Denmark, 2001 -


United Press International

Copy Editor, Southern Division, Atlanta, Summer 1983

Florida Night Editor, Florida Broadcast Editor, Miami Bureau, 1969-1970

Owensboro Messenger-Inquirer, Owensboro, Kentucky

Copy Editor, Summer 1977


Florida Department of Agriculture, Gainesville

Public Information Specialist, 1967-1968

Gainesville Sun, Gainesville, Florida

Reporter, 1966-1967


ACADEMIC/SCHOLARLY INTERESTS

Mass Media History, American Studies, International Communication,

Literary Journalism, Magazine Journalism, Opinion Writing, Public Intellectuals and the Mass Media, Popular Culture, Cultural Studies


RESEARCH TOOLS

Historical Methodology, Content Analysis, Framing Analysis, Critical Studies


GRANTS AND CONTRACTS

Knight Foundation Grant to establish Institute. for Rural Journalism and Contemporary Issues, University of Kentucky and consortium @$2K for travel, UT meetings, miscellaneous 2001 - 2003

FIPSE grant: Media and Stereotypes 1997-2000, with James Crook @$100K

Robert Foster Cherry Foundation award grant for lectures at Baylor University

1998 $15K

Fulbright-Hays grant 1995, study and travel in India @$10K

Faculty Research Grant for Study and Teaching in Ireland, 1989 @$5K

Gannett Foundation grant: Morbid Curiosity and Mass Media 1983-1984, with James Crook and Jack Haskins @$25K

Lilly Foundation Fellowship and Grant, 1978-1979 @$12K

Ohio Department of Transportation contract, 1975 @$1K

AWARDS, HONORS, BIOGRAPHICAL REFERENCES, MEMBERSHIPS:

University of Tennessee Macebearer (highest faculty honor) 2003-2004

The Alexander Prize, University of Tennessee 2000

Robert Foster Cherry Award for Great Teachers (a national award sponsored by the Cherry Foundation) 1998

UTK Chancellor’s Teacher-Scholar 1995-1997

UT Evening School Teaching Award 1995

Fulbright-Hays Grant for Study and Travel in India 1995

UT National Alumni Association Outstanding Teacher Award 1991

Faculty Research Grant for Research and Travel in Ireland 1989

Faculty Research Award, UT College of Communications 1986

Joseph Sbuttoni Key, Society of Professional Journalists, University of Tennessee Chapter 1985

Outstanding Faculty Member, UT College of Communications 1983, 1992

Lilly Endowment Teaching Fellow 1978-1979

Phi Kappa Phi

Kappa Tau Alpha

James Agee Society

American Journalism Historians Association

Who’s Who in the World 2000, 2005

Who’s Who in America 2005, 2007

Who’s Who Among America’s Teachers 2002

Who’s Who in Social Sciences Higher Education 2005

Who’s Who in American Education 2004, 2006

Dictionary of International Biography 1986, 1992, 1998, 2001

International Authors and Writers Who’s Who 1999

Who’s Who in the Media and Communications 1st Edition. 1997

Directory of American Scholars 1998, 2002

Who’s Who in the South and Southwest 1997

The International Authors and Writers Who's Who 1988

International Who's Who in Education 1986

Contemporary Authors 1987

Who's Where Among Writers 1984

Knoxville Irving Club

UT Smokers


PUBLICATIONS:


Books

Sherman’s March in Myth and Memory, with Edward Caudill. Lanham, MD: Roman &

Littlefield, 2008. ISBN-13: 978-0-7425-5027-8, cloth, 209 pp.


The Myth of Nathan Bedford Forrest, with Edward Caudill. Lanham, MD: Rowman & Littlefield, 2005. ISBN 0-7425-4300-5, cloth; 2006,. ISBN 10: 0-7425- 4301-3, paper, 218 pp.


A Cold Mountain Companion. Gettysburg, PA: Thomas Publications, 2004.

ISBN 1-57747-107-5, paper 80 pp.


The Mosby Myth: A Confederate Hero in Life and Legend, with Edward Caudill. Wilmington, DE: Scholarly Resources Books, 2002. ISBN 0-8420-2928-1, cloth, ISBN 0-8420-2929-x, paper, A History Book Club selection. Nominated for the Lincoln Prize and the Jefferson Davis Award, 231 pp.


James Agee: Selected Journalism. Ed., with an introduction. Knoxville: University of Tennessee Press, 1985. ISBN 0-87049-466-x, 183 pp.; 20th Anniversary Rev. ed., with new introduction and selections, 2005. ISBN 1-57233-429-0, 166 pp.


Proceedings

Morbid Curiosity and The Mass Media: Proceedings of a Symposium, Ed., with James A. Crook and Jack B. Haskins. Gannett Foundation. 1984


Dissertation/Thesis


“Television and the Editorial Crusade: A Case Study of WTVJ-TV, 1965-1973.”

Doctoral dissertation. Bowling Green State University. 1975.


“An Historical Study of Florida Journalism and the Great Depression.” Master’s thesis. University of Florida. 1969.

Book Chapters


“‘What Can We Say of Such a Hero: Nathan Bedford Forrest and the Press,” Words at War, Ed. David B. Sachsman, Kittrell Rushing and Roy Morris Jr. West Lafayette, IN: Purdue University Press, 2008 (with Edward Caudill), 319-327.


“Savage Satori: Fact and Fiction in Charles Frazier’s Cold Mountain,” Memory and Myth: The Civil War in Fiction and Film from Uncle Tom’s Cabin to Cold Mountain, Ed. David B. Sachsman and Roy Morris, Jr. West Lafayette, IN: Purdue University Press, 2007, 207-220.


“Knights in Blue and Butternut: Television’s Civil War,” Memory and Myth: The Civil War in Fiction and Film from Uncle Tom’s Cabin to Cold Mountain, Ed. David B. Sachsman and Roy Morris Jr. West Lafayette, IN: Purdue University Press, 2007, 243-250.


“‘Let the Story Tellers Invent it All’: Col. John S. Mosby in Popular Literature,” Memory and Myth: The Civil War in Fiction and Film from Uncle Tom’s Cabin to Cold Mountain, Ed. David B. Sachsman and Roy Morris Jr. West Lafayette, IN: Purdue University Press, 2007. (with Edward Caudill), 177-184.


“Hydra or Hercules?: Nathan Bedford Forrest in Civil War Fiction,” Memory and Myth: The Civil War in Fiction and Film from Uncle Tom’s Cabin to Cold Mountain, Ed. David B. Sachsman and Roy Morris Jr. West Lafayette, IN: Purdue University Press, 2007. (with Edward Caudill), 185-196.


“‘From Almost as Early as I Can Remember’: James Agee and the Civil War,” Agee Agonistes: Essays on the Life, Legend, and Works of James Agee, Ed. Michael A. Lofaro, Knoxville: University of Tennessee Press, 2007, 105-124


“Gunfight at the Cyberspace Corral: Public Intellectuals on the Cyberspace Frontier,” Transnational America: The Fading of Borders in the Western Hemisphere. Ed. Berndt Ostendorf, Heidelberg, Germany: Universitätsverlag C. Winter, 2002, 107-115.


“‘That Delicate Flying Foot’: South Florida as Region and Metaphor,”

Regional Images and Regional Realities, Ed. Lothar Hönnighausen. Tübingen, Germany: Stauffenburg Verlag, 2000, 193-204.


“The Fox,” Breathing the Same Air, Ed. Doris Ivie, Knoxville: Celtic Cat Publishing, 2000. 230-231.


"Prophet from Highland Avenue: James Agee's Visionary Journalism," James Agee: Reconsiderations, Ed. Michael Lofaro. Knoxville: University of Tennessee Press, 1992, 59-81.


“Ernest Hemingway,” A Sourcebook of American Literary Journalism: Representative Writers in an Emerging Genre, Ed. Thomas B. Connery. Westport, Conn.: Greenwood Press, 1992, 187-195. See also:

www.english.upenn.edu/~despey/heming.htm. English Department, University of Pennsylvania.


“James Agee,” A Sourcebook of American Literary Journalism: Representative Writers in an Emerging Genre, Ed. Thomas B. Connery. Westport, Conn.: Greenwood Press, 1992, 197-204. Selected by Questia librarians as one of the 14 best books and articles on James Agee. Questia Media America, Inc., www. questia.com. 2008


Encyclopedia and Reference Articles


“Inman,” “Ada Monroe,” “Ruby Thewes,” Student’s Encyclopedia of American Literary Characters, Ed. Judith S. Baughman, Matthew Bruccoli (New York: Facts on File, 2008)


“James Agee” and “Ernest Hemingway,” Encyclopedia of American Journalism History. Ed. Stephen Vaughn, New York: Routledge, 2007, 9-10, 213-14.


“Tracking the Old Sow Bear: Fact and Fiction in Charles Frazier’s Cold Mountain,” Contemporary Literary Criticism, V. 224. (Detroit: Gale, 2006)


“Ernest Hemingway,” “Henry Luce,” “Truman Capote,” Encyclopedia of the World’s Press, Ed. Dennis Griffiths, (London: Fitzroy Dearborn, 2006)


“The Prudential Insurance Company of America,” Advertising Age Encyclopedia of Advertising. V. 3, Ed. John McDonough and Karen Egolf. London: Fitzroy Dearborn Publishers, 2003. 1301-02.


“Key West,” St. James Encyclopedia of Popular Culture, Ed. Sara and Tom Pendergast. Detroit: St. James Press, 2000, 22-24.


“Omnimus,” St. James Encyclopedia of Popular Culture. Ed. Sara and Tom Pendergast. Detroit: St. James Press, 561.


“P.J. O’Rourke,” Dictionary of Political Communication. Ed. Guido H. Stempel III and Jacqueline Nash Gifford. Westport, Conn.: Greenwood Press, 1999, 101, 146.


“Hunter Thompson,” Dictionary of Political Communication. Ed. Guido H. Stempel III and Jacqueline Nash Gifford. Westport, Conn.: Greenwood Press, 1999, 146.


“T.S. Matthews,” American National Biography, New York: Oxford University Press, 1999, 245-246.


"Thomas Willis White," “T.S. Matthews,” American National Biography, New York: Oxford University Press, 1999, 729-731.


“The Battle of Johnsonville,” Tennessee Encyclopedia of History and Culture, Murfreesboro: The Tennessee Historical Society, 1998, 489-490.


"Samuel Lover," British Reform Writers, 1832-1914, Dictionary of Literary Biography 190 Columbia, S.C.: Bruccoli Clark Layman, 1998, 160-166.


“Joan Didion,” American Literary Journalists 1945-1995, Dictionary of Literary Biography 185, Columbia, S.C.: Bruccoli Clark Layman, 1997, 69-77.


“Ron Rosenbaum,” American Literary Journalists 1945-1995, Dictionary of Literary Biography, V. 185, Columbia, S.C.: Bruccoli Clark Layman, 1997, 253-261.


"James Agee," Encyclopedia Americana. Danbury, Conn.: Grolier Inc., 1996, V. A, 330-331.

"Seattle 1962:Seattle World's Fair (Century 21 Exposition)," Historical Dictionary of the World's Fairs and Expositions, 1851-1988. Ed. John E. Findling. Westport, Conn.: Greenwood Press, 1990, 319-321.

"Ireland," World Press Encyclopedia. Ed. George Kurian. New York: Facts on File, 1982, 509-516.

Refereed Articles and Published Papers


“Journals and Causes: Paul Ashdown Quizzes George Hutchinson and Mark Hulsether on the Role of Journals in the Life of Public Intellectuals,” Soundings, an Interdisciplinary Journal 83:3-4, Fall/Winter 2000,

581-597.


“Tracking the Old Sow Bear: Fact and Fiction in Charles Frazier’s Cold Mountain,” Proteus, Fall 2000, 29-31.


“From Public Intellectuals to Technointellectuals: Gunslingers on the Cyberspace Frontier,” Soundings, an Interdisciplinary Journal 81:1-2, Spring/Summer 1999, 205-218.


“Intellectuals and Society in the Information Age,” The New Presence: The Prague Journal of Central European Affairs, October 1998, pp. 16-17. See Transitions, November 1998, Institute for Journalism in Transition

www.IjT.cz. Also see “Public Intellectuals and Society in the Information Age,” The Electronic New Presence, Central European Weekly

www.enp.cz/ascii/98/42/np_issue_October.html


"Assessing Learning in News, Public Relations Curricula," (with Edward Caudill and Susan Caudill) Journalism Educator, Summer 1990, 13-19.

"The New England Journal of Medicine as a News Source," (with Edward Caudill) Journalism Quarterly, Summer 1989, 458-462.


"James Agee's Magazine Journalism," Seventh Annual Communications Research Symposium: A Proceedings. Ed. Michael W. Singletary. University of Tennessee, May 1984, 151-166.

"The Paracelsus Paradigm: Reflections on the Journalism of Credulity,"

Sixth Annual Communications Research Symposium: A Proceedings. Ed. Herbert H. Howard. University of Tennessee, June 30, 1983, 17-32.

"A Profile of the Press in the Republic of Ireland," Fourth Annual Communications Research Symposium: A Proceedings. Ed. Joseph P. McKerns. University of Tennessee, July 30, 1981, 184-195.


"WTVJ's War on Crime: Television's First Crusade," Second Annual Communications Research Symposium: A Proceedings. Ed. Jerry R. Lynn. University of Tennessee, July 25, 1979, 110-120.


"Local TV Editorial Themes," Journalism Quarterly, Spring 1981, 111-113.

"WTVJ's Miami Crime War: A Television Crusade," Florida Historical Quarterly, April 1980, 427-437.

"Confederates on Television: The Cavalier Myth and the Death of 'The Gray Ghost’," Studies in Popular Culture, Spring 1979,11-22.

"Samuel Ringgold: A Missionary in the Tennessee Valley, 1860-1911," Tennessee Historical Quarterly, Summer 1979, pp. 204-213.


"Commission From a Higher Source: Church and State in the Civil War," Historical Magazine of the Protestant Episcopal Church, September 1979, 321-330.


"Samuel Ringgold," Filson Club Historical Quarterly, July 1979, 231-238.

"Most J-Students Need More Work in Use of Library," Journalism Educator, October 1976, 56-57.

"Junkstore Artifacts Help Invigorate J-History Course." Journalism Educator, January 1974, 23-24.

"Reporting Class Finds Gettysburg Address Challenges Objectivity," Journalism Educator, April 1972, 23-24.


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