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Adjunct Instructor of English
Adjunct Faculty
The Millard and JJ Oakley School of Humanities, Education and the Arts
B.S., Ferris State University
M.A., Grand Valley State University

Ashley Quinn earned a B.A. in Secondary English education and a B.A. in Secondary mathematics education from Ferris State University in 2017. After teaching High School English at Ionia High School for one year, she decided to continue her education. Quinn received an M.A. degree in English from Grand Valley State University in 2020.

Upon entering the English Ph.D. program at Middle Tennessee State University in 2020, Quinn began teaching first year composition as a graduate assistant. She has since taught ENGL 1010: Expository Writing and ENGL 1020: Research & Argumentative Writing. Additionally, Quinn has guest lectured in film and literature courses at MTSU. 

Quinn’s Ph.D. research has centered around the reclamation of female voices within the horror film genre. However, her dissertation will explore the filmography of Mike Flanagan through a collaborative auterist lens. Outside of the classroom, Quinn is devoted to spending time with her partner and cats (Billy & Kiki).