British and American modernist literature, composition and rhetoric, and gender studies.
Domestic space in modernist literature; gender and narrative in modernist literature; the literature of dissent in soviet socialist Czechoslovakia.
B.A., English, Loyola Marymount University
C.Phil., English Literature and Comp/Rhet, University of California San Diego
Ph.D., English Literature and Comp/Rhet, University of California San Diego
Marlowe A. Miller, Ph.D. is the author of Masterpieces of British Literature (Greenwood 2007), an introductory critical text for students. Miller has published articles on the British pageant tradition in Virginia Woolf’s last novel, on narrative constructions of identity in a post-totalitarian state, and on pedagogy in the university classroom. For the past three years, Miller has been working closely with faculty from area high schools on “Partnerships for Readiness in Math an English” – this federally funded grant project has generated successful faculty development, produced original pedagogical materials, and resulted in several professional presentations at national conferences. A Research Associate at the UMass Lowell Center for Women and Work, Miller is currently working through the Center’s Emerging Scholars Program as she collaborates with a student scholar to investigate the role of domestic space in the novels of several modernist women writers. Miller is the Chair of the UMass Lowell FDC Steering Committee.