Speaking & Publishing

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Media Appearances

Publications and Presentations

  • “Redneckaissance: Honey Boo Boo, Tumblr, and the Stereotype of Poor White Trash” (PhD dissertation, expected 2015)

An intersectional discourse analysis of Tumblr posts about the show Here Comes Honey Boo Boo focusing on user interaction with stereotypes and what that reveals about online identity formation. An early version of the first chapter: http://freethoughtblogs.com/ashleymiller/2014/05/13/redneckaissance-honey-boo-boo-tumblr-and-the-stereotype-of-poor-white-trash/

  • “E-­books” in Communication Technology Update and Fundamentals, ed. August E. Grant and Jennifer H. Meadows, (New York: Focal Press, 2014)177-­184.

An up-­to-date history and analysis of the role of the e-­book technology, its relationship with theory, and predictions for its future role. http://amzn.to/1lwhWzd

  • “The Non-­religious Patriarchy: Why losing religion has NOT meant losing white male dominance” CrossCurrents 63, no. 2 (2013): 211-­226.
    • Reprinted in Women’s Voices, Feminist Visions: Classic and Contemporary Readings, ed. Susan Shaw and Janet Lee (New York: McGraw-Hill Humanities, Social Sciences and World Languages, 2014), 682­691.

An intersectional analysis of patriarchy’s role in atheism and atheist culture in America. Chosen for reprint in major gender studies textbook alongside authors such as bell hooks, Maya Angelou, Gloria Steinem, and Jessica Valenti. 3 cites as of 1/2015. http://amzn.to/1smdWF6

  • “The Rural Purge: Good Riddance to the CBS Hillbilvvlies” (presented at AJHA Conference, 2013)

An historical analysis of the cancelation of all of CBS’ rural programming in 1971-­1972.

  • “Editor as Storyteller: Narrative Theory and Editing Big Brother” (presented at BEA
    Conference, 2013)

A narrative theory analysis of the construction of Big Brother comparing the unedited footage, which was made available to the public online, to the aired edited episode. First in the Debut Category of BEA’s Production Aesthetics and Criticism Division’s Paper Competition, 2013.



  • How to Fight Classism Skepticon
  • Feminism, Atheism, and How to Welcome Women SSA Con East https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vIsp1L4rL8E
  • Paranormal Romance vs. Urban Fantasy CONvergence
  • Coming Out Atheist CONvergence
  • Evolution of Disney Princesses CONvergence
  • Protofeminists in Shakespeare CONvergence
  • Loving Problematic Media CONvergence
  • Intersectionality in Atheism Secular Humanists of the Midlands
  • Atheism and Diversity University of Virginia


  • Intersectionality and Atheism Frederick Secular Humanists
  • Atheist Music Skepticon
  • How to Read Media Critically Skepticon
  • Representation and Young Adult Literature FtBConscience
  • Atheist Music FtBConscience
  • Video Games, Religion, and Morality FtBConscience
  • Female Protagonists in Video Games FtBConscience
  • Atheists in Pop Culture FtBConscience
  • Why are Villains always British? CONvergence
  • Philosophy in the Golden Compass CONvergence
  • Women in Young Adult Literature CONvergence
  • Stigma of Mental Illness CONvergence
  • Social Justice and Atheism SSA DePaul
  • Gay Rights, Feminism, and Atheism SSA Chapel Hill


2011 & Before:


  • Provide Referrals Curriculum Educational Producer 2014
  • We Are Provide Promotional Producer 2014
  • Heather Ault Presentation Documentary Producer 2014
  • LASI Project Documentary Producer 2014
  • Party Foul Short Assembly Editor 2011
  • Hello Short Assistant Editor 2011
  • Flipping Out Season 4 Bravo Lead Assistant Editor 2010
  • Gold Web Series Editor, Color Corrector 2010
  • Best Speculative Fiction Video Story: Parsec Awards 2010
  • Best Ensemble in a Web Series Nominee: Streamy Awards 2010
  • Night of the Zombie King Web Series Assistant Camera 2010
  • You’re Wearing That?! WEtv Story Assistant 2010
  • Valentine’s Day Feature Production Assistant at Karz Entertainment 2010
  • Flipping Out Season 3 Reunion Bravo Segment Producer 2009
  • Flipping Out Season 3 Bravo Story Assistant 2009
  • Toddlers & Tiaras TLC Story Assistant 2009
  • Ace of Cakes Food Network Story Assistant 2009
  • Soul of Ashanti Africa Channel Assistant Editor 2009
  • Science of the Movies Science Channel Story Assistant 2009
  • The Naughty Kitchen with Chef Blythe Beck Oxygen Story Assistant 2009
  • The Best Thing I Ever Ate Food Network Story Assistant 2009
  • Dancing Tweens TLC Story Assistant 2009
  • My First Home TLC Story Assistant 2009
  • Sorority Row Feature Production Assistant at Karz Entertainment 2009
  • My Four-°©‐Inch Precious Short Editor, Camera Operator, Casting Director 2008
  • Best Student Cinematography: ASC Awards, 2009
  • Honorable Mention: College Television Awards Competition, 2009
  • First Place: Palm Beach Int’l Film Festival Student Showcase, 2009
  • Student Award, Humor: US International Film & Video Festival, 2009
  • After the Storm Short Casting Director 2008
  • First Kill Short Casting Director 2008
  • Precious Cargo Short Casting Director 2008
  • The Showdown Commercial Editor 2008
  • Believe Short Best Boy Electric 2008
  • Lord of Dreams Short Writer, Director 2008
  • Best Fantasy Finalist: Dragon*Con Film Fest, 2008
  • Prombies! Short Editor, Director of Photography 2007
  • Best Cinematography: Zompire Undead Film Festival, 2008
  • My Prerogative Short Assistant Editor 2007
  • Safe Short Editor, Director of Photography 2007
  • Goodbye Pluto Short Assistant Editor 2007
  • Sally Short Editor, Writer, Director 2007

2 thoughts on “Speaking & Publishing

  1. 1

    In your list of intentions for the coming year you wrote
    “World Cup. Experience this one and figure out how to attend the Women’s World Cup in Canada in 2015.”

    I can offer you a place to stay during the 2015 World Cup for matches held in Vancouver. Our house is near the Univeristy of British Columbia. My wife, and two teenage daughters, would be pleased to have an interesting guest. We often rent a room to university students but not during the summer months so it should be available. The cost would be reasonable – occasional scintillating conversations!

    If you really need a place, just email me early in 2015 and we can probably set things up.

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