Harrison Key

Harrison Scott Key

  • B.A., psychology, Belhaven College, 1997
  • M.S., theater, Texas A&M University-Commerce, 1999
  • Ph.D., speech communication, Southern Illinois University, 2003

Previous Positions

Professor, Tulane University, Mississippi State University, Southern Illinois University, Texas A&M University-Commerce, Mississippi University for Women and Chamberlain-Hunt Academy; contributing writer, World, The Chronicle for Higher Education; speechwriter, SCAD

Publications and presentations

  • "The Fabulous Bestiary of Alton's Creek," The Pinch Journal, 2011
  • "Those Imaginary Miles," Swink, 2010
  • "The American Idol Judges Review My Recent Karaoke Performance," Defenestration, 2010
  • "A Letter to the YMCA," Document, 2010
  • "The Phosphorescent List," City Journal, 2008
  • "Religious Idols," World, 2007
  • "On the Abuse of Literature and Students," Planck's Issue, 2006
  • "Giving Girls Their Names Back," World, 2005
  • "The Bow-Tied Penitent," The Chronicle of Higher Education, 2005