Interdisciplinary Studies Department

Annie Moye

Administrative Associate II

Contact Information

Office: Kennesaw Campus
Social Sciences Building (SO 402), Room 2019A
Phone: 470-578-2431


With a background in English and a minor in Religious Studies from Georgia State University, Annie Moye graduated from Kennesaw State University’s Master of Arts in American Studies program in 2012. Her research interests include the study and preservation of art environments in the South, and she has focused her work on environments that express spiritual and political significance, like St. EOM’s Pasaquan, Howard Finster’s Paradise Garden, and Joe Minter’s African Village in America. Elected Chair of the Pasaquan Preservation Society in early 2016, Moye supports the evolving group on a range of projects, including grant writing, museum programming, docent training, collections management, archival maintenance, tourism research, and event planning.