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Carolyn Ellis
Distinguished University Professor

Carolyn  Ellis

Qualitative Methods, Emotions, Autoethnography, Holocaust Studies

Office: CIS 3033
Phone: 813/974-2145
Email:

Dr. Ellis began teaching at USF in 1981 in the Sociology Department and joined the Communication Department in 1996. Much of her research has been situated in interpretive and artistic representations of qualitative research and focuses on writing and revisioning autoethnographic stories as a way to understand and interpret culture and live a meaningful life. Her current research focuses on interactive interviews and collaborative witnessing with Holocaust survivors

Curriculum Vitae
(October 2016)

Education

Ph.D. SUNY at Stony Brook, 1981 (Sociology)
M.A. SUNY at Stony Brook, 1977 (Sociology)
B.A. College of William and Mary, 1973 (Sociology)

Current Courses

RefCourseSecCourse TitleCRDayTimeLocation
23727COM 4020002Communicate Illness/Grief/Loss
3F12:00pm-2:45pm

CIS 3057
16211SPC 6913002Directed Research
1-19

TBA 100
16633SPC 6934003Comm, Illness, Grief & Loss
Graduate Standing Only.
3W5:30pm-8:15pm

CIS 3057

Graduate Students

Jim Bowman, Alyse Keller, Lisa Spinazola