The Qualitative Research Program is pleased to welcome our newest faculty member, Dr. Stephanie Shelton. Dr. Shelton is currently teaching BER 631: Qualitative Inquiry I and will teach a BER 695: Special Topics course in spring 2017. With an excellent reputation in teaching and research, she brings a unique methodological and theoretical knowledge to UA that will contribute a great deal to our growing program.
About Dr. Shelton: Stephanie Anne Shelton earned her Ph.D. in Language & Literacy Education from The University of Georgia, along with graduate certificates in Interdisciplinary Qualitative Research and Women's Studies. While at UGA, Stephanie taught English Education foundations courses and supervised student teachers, before moving to the Institute for Women's Studies where she taught various courses, including a feminist research methods class. Prior to UGA, Stephanie was a high school English teacher for seven years and Latin teacher for three years. Stephanie's publications have appeared in journals such as Qualitative Inquiry, Teaching and Teacher Education, and Teaching Education. Her research interests, all based in qualitative approaches, include secondary teacher education, LGBTQ+ studies, queer theories, feminist theories, Conversation Analysis, interviewing, epistemics in interviews, and autoethnography.
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