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Chad Chisholm

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'''Chad Chisholm''' ([[27 July]] [[1978]]) is a teacher of English at [[Wikipedia:Rust College|Rust College]] (Holly Springs, Mississippi). In 2008, Chisholm was named instructor of the year by Rust president David L. Beckley and by the [[Wikipedia:United Methodist Church|United Methodist]] Board of Higher Education. Chisholm has written several articles on [[J.R.R. Tolkien]], [[C.S. Lewis]], and [[the Inklings]]. Much of his present scholarship springs from [http://www.redmonky.net/utpa/4324/poulakos.pdf John Poulakos's theory of rhetorical possibility], and Chisholm is working on a book that uses C.S. Lewis' ideas on children's storytelling to develop a theory of possibility to reexamine classical children's literature. In 2013, Chisholm was awarded a UTA dissertation fellowship to complete his dissertation on "rhetoric-oriented approaches to juvenile texts.”
 
'''Chad Chisholm''' ([[27 July]] [[1978]]) is a teacher of English at [[Wikipedia:Rust College|Rust College]] (Holly Springs, Mississippi). In 2008, Chisholm was named instructor of the year by Rust president David L. Beckley and by the [[Wikipedia:United Methodist Church|United Methodist]] Board of Higher Education. Chisholm has written several articles on [[J.R.R. Tolkien]], [[C.S. Lewis]], and [[the Inklings]]. Much of his present scholarship springs from [http://www.redmonky.net/utpa/4324/poulakos.pdf John Poulakos's theory of rhetorical possibility], and Chisholm is working on a book that uses C.S. Lewis' ideas on children's storytelling to develop a theory of possibility to reexamine classical children's literature. In 2013, Chisholm was awarded a UTA dissertation fellowship to complete his dissertation on "rhetoric-oriented approaches to juvenile texts.”
  
Chisholm also writes about local Mississippi history, and in 2007 he was named a William Winter Scholar for his [http://www.amazon.com/Clinton-Images-America-Chad-Chisholm/dp/0738543543/ref=sr_1_2?ie=UTF8&qid=1372026149&sr=8-2&keywords=Chad+Chisholm work] [http://www.amazon.com/Clinton-1940-1980-Images-America-Mississippi/dp/0738553719/ref=sr_1_1?s=books&ie=UTF8&qid=1372026228&sr=1-1&keywords=clinton+1940-1980 on] the city of [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Clinton,_Mississippi Clinton, Mississippi].
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Chisholm also writes about local [http://tolkiengateway.net/w/index.php?title=Chad_Chisholm&action=edit Mississippi] state history, and in 2007 he was named a William Winter Scholar for his [http://www.amazon.com/Clinton-Images-America-Chad-Chisholm/dp/0738543543/ref=sr_1_2?ie=UTF8&qid=1372026149&sr=8-2&keywords=Chad+Chisholm work] [http://www.amazon.com/Clinton-1940-1980-Images-America-Mississippi/dp/0738553719/ref=sr_1_1?s=books&ie=UTF8&qid=1372026228&sr=1-1&keywords=clinton+1940-1980 on] the city of [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Clinton,_Mississippi Clinton, Mississippi].
  
 
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Chad Chisholm
Biographical information
Born27 July 1978
EducationUniversity of Texas at Arlington

Clemson University

University of Mississippi
OccupationProfessor
LocationMemphis area, USA

Chad Chisholm (27 July 1978) is a teacher of English at Rust College (Holly Springs, Mississippi). In 2008, Chisholm was named instructor of the year by Rust president David L. Beckley and by the United Methodist Board of Higher Education. Chisholm has written several articles on J.R.R. Tolkien, C.S. Lewis, and the Inklings. Much of his present scholarship springs from John Poulakos's theory of rhetorical possibility, and Chisholm is working on a book that uses C.S. Lewis' ideas on children's storytelling to develop a theory of possibility to reexamine classical children's literature. In 2013, Chisholm was awarded a UTA dissertation fellowship to complete his dissertation on "rhetoric-oriented approaches to juvenile texts.”

Chisholm also writes about local Mississippi state history, and in 2007 he was named a William Winter Scholar for his work on the city of Clinton, Mississippi.

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Bibliography, selected

Articles

  • 2008: Mallorn 45
    • "Winston and Frodo: Demons, Choices and Grace in The Lord of the Rings"
  • 2010: Mallorn 50
    • "The wizard and the rhetor: rhetoric and the ethos of Middle-earth in The Hobbit"

Reviews

Lectures