Curriculum Vitae

ERIK CLABAUGH
Email: erikclabaugh@gmail.com
Website: www.erikclabaugh.com
Phone: (404)-661-1808

Education:

Doctoral Student – 2012–Present – Georgia State University, Atlanta, Georgia
4.01 GPA in coursework
Dissertation Committee: Greg Smith (chair), Ethan Tussey, Shawn Powers, Kathryn Wilson

M.A. Communication – 2012 – Georgia State University, Atlanta, Georgia
Thesis: First Impressions, Second Appraisals: Going Beyond the “Paratextual Contract” in the American Televisual Opening Title Sequence
Thesis Committee: Greg Smith (chair), Ted Friedman, Kathy Fuller-Seeley, Alisa Perren

B.A. Philosophy – 1995 – Oglethorpe University, Atlanta, Georgia

Academic Honors and Awards:

Georgia State University Graduate Assistantship 2011-2016 ($15,000 annual)

Georgia State University Journalism History Society- Award for Excellence in Graduate Research- April 2011

Tuition Exchange Scholarship (Competitive Grant) – Oglethorpe University: 1993-1995

Publications:

“A Voice Between Realms: Examining the Call to Defund National Public Radio.” NewFoundations (January 9, 2011).
http://www.newfoundations.com/ErikClabaugh/PBAECLABAUGH.htm

“The Evolution of a Massacre: Newspaper Depictions of the Sioux Indians as Related to the Wounded Knee Massacre, 1876-1891.” Atlanta Review of Journalism History, vol. 12, Spring 2015

Conference Presentations:

“The Evolution of a Massacre: Newspaper Depictions of the Sioux Indians as Related to the Wounded Knee Massacre, 1876-1891.” American Journalism Historians Association Conference 2011, Kansas City, MO, October 6-8, 2011.

Professional Background:
Graduate Research Assistant and Graduate Teaching Assistant 2012-2016
Georgia State University – Atlanta, Georgia

Graduate Research Assistant and Large Lecture Assistant 2011-2012
Georgia State University – Atlanta, Georgia

President & Managing Partner 2006-2009
FEG Holdings – Atlanta, Georgia

Acting President & Corporate Secretary 2004 – 2006
Focus Entertainment and Subsidiaries – Atlanta, Georgia

Director of New Business Development 1998 – 2004
Focus Entertainment & Subsidiaries – Atlanta, Georgia

Academic Service:

Georgia State University – Student Library Advisory Council – 2017-2018

Georgia State University – Library Technology Fee Review Committee – 2017-2018

In Media Res – Theme Week Coordinator – 2014

Journalism History Society – Fund Drive Volunteer – 2012

Teaching Experience:

• Film 2700: History of Motion Pictures (Classes of 120+)
• Honors Film 2700: History of Motion Pictures
• Film 1010: Film Aesthetics and Analysis
• Film/Jour 4810: Media and Popular Culture
• Comm 1500: Interpersonal Communication

Professional Associations:

• Society for Cinema and Media Studies
• Journalism History Society
• Communication Graduate Student Association

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