Faculty Directory
Matt Miller

Matthew
Ward
Miller

Associate Professor of English
BA, University of Nebraska,
PhD, University of Iowa, 2008
MA, University of Nebraska, 2004
MFA, University of Iowa, 2000
Dr. Matt Miller is an Associate Professor of English at Yeshiva University's Stern College for Women, where he teaches American literature and culture, as well as various writing courses. He holds a Ph.D. in English literature from the University of Iowa and an M.F.A. in creative writing from the Iowa Writers’ Workshop.
He is interested in nineteenth and twentieth century American literature, poetry and poetics, digital humanities, and book studies.
He has received a University of Iowa Graduate Dean's Distinguished Dissertation Award; Society for the History of Authorship, Reading, and Publishing Prize; and a Ballard/Seashore Fellowship. Miller's writing has received first place in the Iowa Writers' Workshop John Logan Poetry Prize, an A.W.P Intro Award from the Associated Writing Programs, and the Academy of American Poets award.
Dr. Miller's latest book is COLLAGE OF MYSELF: WALT WHITMAN AND THE MAKING OF LEAVES OF GRASS. His articles, poetry, reviews, and interviews have appeared in many distinguished publications, including the Arizona Quarterly, A.W.P. Writers' Chronicle, Book History, Colorado Review, Denver Quarterly, Iowa Review, Jacket (Australia), New Letters, Prairie Schooner, Verse, and Volt.
mmiller2@yu.edu
718-552-7379
Beren campus - 215 Lexington Ave
Room#703
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Fall 2018
Freshman Honors Seminar
ENGL 1200H
Fall 2018
Interdispl. Approaches to Lit
ENGL 2970
Fall 2018
Intro to Creative Writing
ENGL 1800
Summer 2018
Lit Culture:Roaring Twenties
ENGL 2520
Spring 2018
Internship
ENGL 4741
Spring 2018
Parents and Children
ENGL 2880
Spring 2018
Topics in Creative Writing
ENGL 1920
Spring 2018
Topics: Historic Approach Lit
ENGL 2600
Fall 2017
American Literature Culture
ENGL 2510
Fall 2017
Internship
ENGL 4741