German and Russian
|RU120A||Vampires and Werewolves:: Slavic Myth in Contemporary Culture||A|
|RU125||Elementary Russian I||A|
|RU126||Elementary Russian II||A|
|RU128||Intermediate Russian II||A|
|RU237||Sinners and Saints: Women in Russian Literature and Culture (in English)||A|
Professor Miller specializes in the medical humanities and Russian literature and culture from the 19th century to the present, with a special focus on depictions of women’s health. She is the co-editor of a forthcoming volume titled The Russian Medical Humanities: Past, Present, and Future (Lexington Books, 2021), which brings together Russian and American scholars and health practitioners to explore a wide range of questions surrounding health and healthcare, illness and recovery in the Russian literary and cultural tradition. Her current project examines narrative medicine and women’s health in Russian literature of the long twentieth century. She has previously taught at Gustavus Adolphus College, Macalester College, and the University of Notre Dame.
After studying abroad in Moscow for the first time as an undergraduate, Dr. Miller was captivated by Russian language and culture. She now draws upon this experience in both her own teaching and the study abroad trips she leads with students to Russian-speaking countries.