Monica  C  Miller 
PhD Student
Bachelor's Degree(s): University of Tennessee-Knoxville, 2008
Master's Degree: University of Tennessee-Knoxville, 2010
Office: 114 Allen Hall

Area of Interest

Southern and Appalachian Literature

Women's and Gender Studies

Selected Publications

"What Mountains Move: Magical Realism in Appalachian Literature."  in Seeking Home: Tradition and Modernity in Appalachia (forthcoming 2013)

"Feminist Fairy Tales in Who Killed Amanda Palmer?" Feminism in the Worlds of Neil Gaiman (2012).

"Reading as Initiation: Ceremonial Metanarratives in ayr Montero's The Messenger."  OFO: Journal of Transatlantic Studies 1.1 (December 2011).

"Gothic Revelations of Marriage in The Witch of Ravensworth and The Horrors of Oakendale Abbey."  Studies in Gothic Fiction (1.1: 2010).

"A Loa in These Hills: Voudou and the Ineffable in Lee Smith's On Agate Hill."  Journal of Appalachian Studies (15.1-2: Spring and Fall 2009).