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Marlowe Miller

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Dr. Marlowe A. MillerProfessor, FDC Steering Committee Chair
  • CollegeCollege of Fine Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences
  • DepartmentEnglish
  • Phone(978) 934-4190
  • OfficeO'Leary Library - 431
  • EmailMarlowe_Miller@uml.edu

Research Interests

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.

Education

  • Ph D: English and American Literature, with a sub-specialty in Composition and Rhetoric, (1991), University of California, San Diego - San Diego, CA
    Dissertation/Thesis Title: Family, War, and Writing: H.D., Virginia Woolf, and Marguerite Duras
  • Other: English and American Literature and Composition/Rhetoric, (1989), University of California, San Diego - San Diego, CA
  • BA: English, (1983), Loyola Marymount University - Los Angeles, CA

Awards and Honors

  • Gender Studies Teaching Fellow, Teaching - University of Massachusetts Lowell
  • Research Associate, Scholarship/Research - UMass Lowell Center for Women and Work
  • Teaching Excellence Award (1998), Teaching - English Department, University of Massachusetts Lowell
  • Who's Who Among American Teachers (1998)

Publications

  • Miller, M.A. (2006) "Masterpieces of British modernism / Marlowe A. Miller,"
  • Miller, M.A. (2000) "Figuring Literary Theory and Refiguring Teaching: Graphics in the Undergraduate Literary Theory Course," Learning Literature in an Era of Change: Innovations in Teaching pp. 61-73
  • Miller, M.A. (2000) "Seton, Grace Gallatin Thompson, Suffragists, Explorers," American National Biography Online
  • Miller, M.A. (1998) "'To Familiarize the Strange and Mystify the Familiar': Sherley Anne Williams's Play Letters from a New England Negro," MAWA Review 13:1 pp. 1-15
  • Miller, M.A. (1998) "Death gets a B," College Teaching 46:3 pp. 98
  • Miller, M.A. (1998) "Unveiling 'The Dialectic of Culture and Barbarism' in British Pageantry: Virginia Woolf's Between the Acts," Papers on Language and Literature: A Journal for Scholars and Critics of Language and Literature 34:2 pp. 134-161
  • Miller, M.A. (1994) "Between the Acts of Modernism and Postmodernism," Virginia Woolf Miscellany 44 pp. 4-4

Presentations

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  • - –Strategies for Success", - Lowell, MA
  • - ACSD Conference in Philadelphia, March 2012 - Philadelphia, PA
  • - New England College Board Forum, February 2012 - Boston, MA
  • - UML Faculty Development Conference, 2010 - Lowell, MA
  • - –Academic Technology Grant Conference", October 2009 - Marlboro, MA
  • - –Re-Envisioning Writing Assessment,", November 2008 - Southbridge, MA
  • –The Scholarship of Teaching and Learning" pre-conference workshop leader - UMass Emerging Technologies Conference, April 2008 - Boxborough, MA
  • - –Emerging Technologies Conference", April 2008 - Boxborough, MA
  • –Czech Women" - Conference for Women and Work, April 2007
  • - –The Scholarship of Teaching and Learning: Technology and Reflective Practice", April 2007 - Shrewsbury, MA
  • - Conference on Writing, Teaching, and Technology, April 2006 - Amherst, MA
  • –Blended Teaching" - Conversation dinner, April 2004
  • , February 2004
  • –Designing Course Graphics" paper presented - New England Faculty Development Conference with Dr. Mary Beaudry, November 2001 - Worcester, MA
  • –Collaboration That Works" - New England Association of Teachers of English conference, October 2001 - Nashua, NH
  • Poster on the Scholarship of Teaching - Conversation Dinner on the work of the Carnegie Task Force, November 2000
  • –Lowell Women's Week: Bridging Campuses and Communities" - National Womenês Studies Association Conference, June 2000 - Lowell, MA
  • –Dickens and MCAS" - Dickens and America: Literature, Industry and Culture conference, April 2000 - Lowell, MA
  • –Lowell Women's Week" - UMass Lowell Diversity Conference, March 2000 - Lowell, MA
  • –Dismantling the National Myth of Totalitarian Socialism" - Northeast Modern Language Association, April 1999 - Pittsburg, PA
  • –Feminist Postnational Narrative" - Modern Language Association, December 1998 - San Francisco, CA
  • –Identity and the ex-Dissident in a Post-Totalitarian State: Eva Kanturkova's Celebration of Individual Ethical Acts" - Modern Language Association, December 1998 - San Francisco, CA
  • –Sharing the Fate of the Text: Interviews with Czech Women Writers" - Faculty Salon, University of Massachusetts Lowell, 1998 - Lowell, MA
  • –Metro Face: Reflections on Post-Communist Prague" - Honors Colloquium, 1998 - Lowell, MA
  • –Team-Teaching Womenês Studies" - Presented at the request of the Council on Teaching and Learning, Conversation Dinner, 1998 - Lowell, MA
  • –History and the Oral Tradition: Reclaiming Word and Terrain" - Black Women Writers and the •High Artê of Afro-American Letters, May 1998 - San Diego, CA
  • - Massachusetts Undergraduate Research Conference, May 1998 - Boston, MA
  • –For his Consumption: Domestic Space and a Daughter's Place in the Work of Virginia Woolf and H.D." - Northeast Modern Language Association Conference, April 1998 - Baltimore, MD
  • - Commuter Awareness Week, 1997
  • –Defining Feminism in the Czech Republic" - Honors Colloquium, 1997 - Lowell, MA
  • –Czech Women Define Feminism" - Women's Week, 1997 - Lowell, MA
  • –Trauma Theory and Peer Critiques of Personal Essays", February 1997 - Durham, NH
  • –Portfolios in the Writing Class" - Brown Bag Lunch, 1996 - Lowell, MA
  • –Interviewing Czech Dissidents" - Dr. Gallagher's Women's Studies Course, 1996 - Lowell, MA
  • –Composition Specialists in the Real World" - Honors Colloquium, 1996 - Lowell, MA
  • –Student Self Disclosure in Academic Writing" - Conference on Composition, October 1996 - Fall River, MA
  • –The Poet With the Necessary Word" - Northeast Modern Language Association Conference, April 1996 - Montreal, Canada
  • –Bicultural Perspectives of America,", April 1996 - Montreal, CA
  • –Space in the Modern Novel" - Twentieth Century Literature Conference, February 1996 - Louisville, KY
  • –Excavating History: Literary and Sociological Approaches to Black Heritage," - American Women Writers of Color Conference, October 1995 - Ocean City, MD
  • –The Oral Tradition in the Work of Sherley Anne Williams" - American Women Writers of Color Conference, October 1995 - Ocean City, MD
  • –Womenês Studies in Eastern Europe" - New England Women's Studies Association Conference, April 1995 - Storrs, CT
  • –Distilling the Word: Verbal Alchemy in H.D.ês Retrieval of the Mother" - Northeast Modern Language Association, March 1995 - Boston, MA
  • –Contemporary Multicultural Literature,", March 1995 - Boston, MA
  • –Alchemical Poetics: H.D.ês Modernist Aesthetic" - Twentieth Century Literature Conference, February 1995 - Louisville, KY
  • –Sharing the Fate of the Text: A Czech Woman Writer's Response to Political Oppression" - Modern Language Association, December 1994 - San Diego, CA
  • –Marguerite Duras in Film", 1994 - Lowell, MA
  • –The Space of Representation" - Northeast Modern Language Association, April 1994 - Pittsburg, PA
  • –Mad With the Horrors of the World: Marguerite Duras's War Texts" - Twentieth Century Literature Conference, February 1994 - Louisville, KY
  • –Who Gets to Tell the Story of the Self? Marguerite Duras and The Lover" - Modern Language Association, December 1993 - Toronto, Canada
  • –The Writing of Virginia Woolf" - Presented to the Literary Society, English Department, 1993 - Lowell, MA
  • –Whose Subject Is It? Duras and Annaud on The Lover" - Womenês Studies Brown Bag Series, 1993 - Lowell, MA
  • –Writing Together as a Feminist Strategy" - Southern California Women's Caucus for Art, Annual Conference, February 1993 - Los Angeles, CA
  • –The Tyrannies and Servilities of the Public and Private: Woolf's Between the Acts" - Twentieth Century Literature Conference, February 1993 - Louisville, KY
  • –Wartime Gender Roles and the Literature of Virginia Woolf" - Charles University Gender Studies Program, April 1992 - Prague, Czech Republic
  • –Unmasked and Unmuffled: Writing Beyond Politeness" - Conference on College Composition and Communication, March 1990 - Chicago, IL
  • –Feminist Approaches to Rhetoric," - International Rhetoric Council, Annual Conference, March 1990 - San Diego, CA
  • –Composing Writing Processes: Using Metaphorical Stories," - Conference on College Composition and Communication, March 1989 - Seattle, WA
  • –Gender and Rhetorical Stance: Teaching Alternative Rhetorics" - Conference on College Composition and Communication, March 1987 - Atlanta, GA