Geordie Miller | Mount Allison

Geordie Miller

Lecturer
Office
Hart Hall 305

Publications

"Then As Now." Rev. of Certain Details (Nelson Ball), Space Between Her Lips (Margaret Christakos), and The Essential John ReibetanzCanadian Literature. 29 June 2018.

"Sui Generous: Examining the Object of Organized Philanthropy Through the MacArthur Foundation." Negative Cosmopolitanism: Abjection, Power, Biopolitics. Edited by Eddy Kent and Terri Tomsky. McGill-Queen's UP. Fall 2017. 43-57.

"Monday Morning." Rev. of Galleryfill by Keeley Haftner. Visual Arts News. Fall 2017.

"What Work Is." Rev. of Putting Life to Work by Richard Ibghy and Marilou Lemmens. Visual Arts News. Summer 2017.

"A Fast Shutter for Slow Violence." Rev. of The Nature of Nature by Thaddeus Holownia. Canadian Art. 28 February 2017.

"Reimaging Invasive Species." Rev. of Murmurations by Rita McKeough and Graeme Patterson. Visual Arts News. Spring 2017.

"Big Art in a Small Town: A Report on Sackville's Ok. Quoi?! " Canadian Art. 4 August 2016.

"To the Bone: The Instrumental Activism of Dionne Brand's Ossuaries." Public Poetics. Eds. Bart Vautour, Erin Wunker, Travis V. Mason, and Christl Verduyn. Wilfrid Laurier UP, 2015.

"Graduating from The University of Psych" (Readers' Forum). English Studies in Canada 40.4 (2015).

Re:union. Halifax: Invisible Publishing, Spring 2014.

"Neoliberal Rupture/Rapture." Rev. of  To the BarricadesThis Poem, and ZeppelinDalhousie Review 93.2 (Winter 2013): 305-309.

"'Shifting Ground': Breaking (from) Baudrillard's 'Code' in Autobiography of Red." Canadian Literature 210/211 (Winter 2012): 152-67.

Education

B.A. (Queen's)

M.A. (Dalhousie)

Ph.D. (Dalhousie)

Teaching

ENGL 1501: Introduction to Poetry (2019)

ENGL 1801: Introduction to Prose Fiction (2016; 2019)

ENGL 1991: Science Fiction (2018)

ENGL 2301: Literary Periods, 1800-Present (2018)

FINA 4951: Independent Study (Art Theory and Practice) (2018)

ENGL 3911: Studies in Literary Genre: Horror (2016)

ENGL 3881: Contemporary Literary Theory II (2016)

ENGL 4951: Independent Study (Western Marxism: Artful Dodger) (2016)

ENGL 3850: Creative Writing (2015-2016)

ENGL 3871: Contemporary Literary Theory I (2015)

Research

Creative Writing, Critical Theory, American Literature, Contemporary Canadian Poetry

Grants, awards & honours

Killam Predoctoral Scholarship, 2012-2014

James DeMille Short Story Prize, Dalhousie University Department of English, 2013

SSHRC Doctoral Fellowship, 2010-2012