Curriculum Vitae

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L. Bellee Jones-Pierce
N-302 Callaway Center
Emory University
Atlanta, GA  30033


Ph.D., English.  Emory University.
In Progress.

M.A. with Distinction, English Literature.  University of Alabama.
May 2010.  Emphasis in Renaissance Literature.

M.F.A., Creative Writing.  Georgia College & State University.
May 2005.  Emphasis in Poetry.

B.A., Cum Laude, Creative Writing and Psychology.  Huntingdon College.
May 2003. 

Career History:

August 2016 to present
Graduate Coordinator.  Emory University Writing Center.

August 2015-May 2016
Graduate Fellow.  Emory University Writing Center.

August 2014-July 2015
Graduate Coordinator of First-Year Composition.  Writing Program, Emory University.

August 2013-July 2014
Writing Fellow.  Writing Program, Emory University.
Writing Center Tutor and Coordinator.  Emory University Writing Center.

August 2012 to present
Teaching Associate.  English Department, Emory University.

Courses Taught:

  • English 101, Expository Writing
  • English 181, Writing About Literature
  • English 205, Poetry
  • Pre-College 091, Writing Workshop

May 2011-May 2012
Teaching Assistant.  English Department, Emory University.

  • English 311, Shakespeare & Film
  • English 255, British Literature I
  • English 256, British Literature II

August 2009-May 2010
Graduate Teaching Assistant.  Department of English, University of Alabama.

Courses Taught:

  • English 101, First Year Composition I (two sections)
  • English 102, First Year Composition II (two sections)

Writing Center Consultant.  University of Alabama Writing Center.

May 2009-August 2009
Assistant Director.  University of Alabama Writing Center.
Assistant Editor.  Black Warrior Review, University of Alabama.

August 2008-May 2009
Teaching Assistant.  Department of English, University of Alabama.

  • English 209, American Literature I
  • English 210, American Literature II

Writing Center Tutor.  University of Alabama Writing Center.

August 2006-July 2008
Instructor of English.  Department of English, Speech, and Journalism.  Georgia College & State University.

August 2005-May 2005
Instructor of English.  English and Philosophy Department.  Auburn University Montgomery.

Courses Taught:

  • English 1101, English Composition I (four sections)
  • English 1102, English Composition II (five sections)
  • English 2110, World Literature (three sections)
  • English 2121, British Literature I (two sections)
  • English 4112, Poetry Workshop

Professional Publications and Presentations:

Workshop Participant.  “Working Class Shakespeares: Shakespeare in Class and Class in Shakespeare.”  Shakespeare Association of America, New Orleans, April 2016.

Panel Member, “Reflecting a Multilingual University:  Support Networks, Outreach, and Collaboration with International, ESL, and Heritage Language Communities.” Southeastern Writing Center Association Conference, Columbus State University, February 2016.

“’Oh, to vex me, contraryes meete in one’: The Seventeenth-Century Epithalamium as Devotional Lyric.”  Form and Deformity in Early Modern Literature.  Shakespeare Association of America, Vancouver, April 2015.

Tragic Glass: The Lyric as Mirror in Tamburlaine the Great.” Sixteenth Century Society and Conference, New Orleans, October 2014.

Workshop Leader.  “Peer Review and Collaborative Writing.”  First-Year Composition Workshop Series.  Emory University, September 2014.

Three Poems.  Former People:  A Journal of Bangs and Whimpers.  Special Issue:  The Weird as the New Modern.  October 2013.

“Multimodal Composition and Assignment Sequencing: Definition.”  First-Year Composition Instructor Orientation.  Emory University, August 2013.

“Tragic Glass: The Lyric as Mirror in Marlowe’s Tamburlaine.”  English Department Recruitment Colloquium.  Emory University, February 2013.

“‘If I must example bee’: Donne’s Petrarchan Heart as Speculum Amicitiae.” Friendship in the Middle Ages and Early Modern Age.  Eds. Albrecht Classen and Marilyn Sandidge. Fundamentals of Medieval and Early Modern Culture. Walter de Gruyter Press.  2011.

“Time and Temporalitie in Sir David Lyndsay’s Ane Satyre of the Thrie Estaitis.”  Southeastern Medieval Association Conference:  “The Voices of (the) People,” Agnes Scott College, October 2011.

Andrew Hudgins.” The Encyclopedia of Alabama, October 2009.

“With Regard of What We Are and Where:  A Lens for Reading Paradise Lost.”  2009 Conference on John Milton, Middle Tennessee State University, October 2009.

Workshops Leader (Poetry, Nonfiction, Publications Promotion, and Zines).  The Long Weekend, Alabama Scholastic Press Association (ASPA), June 2009.

Poetry Reading.  Slashpine Poetry Festival, Tuscaloosa, Alabama, May 2009.

“A Passage to Academia.”  College English Association Conference, March 2008.


Member, First-Year Composition Assessment Team.  Emory University, Spring 2015 to present.

Coordinator, First-Year Composition Assessment Committee.  Emory University, Fall 2014.

Microteaching Respondent, Teaching Assistant Training and Teaching Opportunity (TATTO).  Emory University, August 2014.

Elected Representative, Graduate English Advisory Committee (GEAC).  Emory University, May 2013 to May 2014.

Microteaching Respondent, Teaching Assistant Training and Teaching Opportunity (TATTO).  Emory University, August 2013.

Coordinator, Early Modern and Medieval Colloquium.  Emory University, August 2012 to December 2014.

Peer Mentor,  Emory University English Department, August 2012 to present.

Editorial Assistant, The Spenser Review.  Emory University, August 2011 to present.

Co-coordinator, Brown Bag Series.  Emory University English Department, August 2011-May 2012.

Secretary, English Graduate Organization.  University of Alabama, 2009-2010.

Faculty Advisor, The Literary Guild.  Georgia College & State University, August 2007-May 2008.

Teaching Fellow Representative, Revision of Composition Outcomes and Plagiarism Policy Committee.  Georgia College & State University, August 2004-May 2005.

Co-coordinator, Georgia Poetry Circuit.  Georgia College & State University, August 2003-May 2005.