Carol A Miller
Educational Background & Specialties
- Ph.D.: American Literature, University of Oklahoma, 1980.
- M.A.: American Literature, University of Oklahoma, none.
- B.A.: English, Education, Northeastern State University, none.
- American Indian women's narratives
- American literatures
- intercultural studies
- multicultural pedagogy
- AmIn 3201W - American Indian Literature
- AmSt 8201: Dissertation Seminar
- AmSt 1002: American Popular Arts and Public Life, 1940-Present
- AmIn 3402/5402: American Indians and the Cinema
Research & Professional Activities
- Director of Graduate Studies: Program in American Studies , 1997 - 1998
- Principal investigator for Voice from the Gaps: electronic data base of information about minority women writers
- Interim Chair: Department of American Studies , 2003 - 2004
- Director of Graduate Studies: Master of Liberal Studies Program , 2002 - 2004
- Twilight Exile: Family, Aging, and the Exile of Elders: book-length memoir
- Shifting Shapes: The Efficacious Literary Tradition of American Indian Women’s Fiction: book
- Founder and Director: Voices from the Gaps web site, 1997 - 2004
- “Telling the Indian Urban: Representations in American Indian Fiction“. Miller, Carol, 2001.
- Better Than What People Told Me I Was: What Students of Color Tell Us About the Multicultural Composition Classroom. Miller, Carol, none.
- Mediation and Authority: The Native American Voices of Mourning Dove and Ella Cara Deloria.. Miller, Carol, 1996.
- Native Sons and the Good War: Retelling the Myth of Assimilation in Scott Momaday's House Made of Dawn and Leslie Silko's Ceremony. Miller, Carol, 1996.
- President's Outstanding Service Award, 2002
- Horace T. Morse Alumni Association Award for Contributions to Undergraduate Education, 1991
- President's Outstanding Service Award
- Morse Alumni Distinguished Teaching Professor of American Studies and American Indian Studies, 1996 - Present
- Excellence in the Teaching of Writing Award, Center for Interdisciplinary Studies of Writing,, 1999