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ELIZABETH R. MILLER May 2018 Department of English University of North Carolina at Charlotte 9201 University City Boulevard Charlotte, NC 28223 704-687-0171 [email protected] EDUCATION 2006 Ph.D. English Language and Linguistics, Department of English, University of Wisconsin-Madison 2000 M.A. Applied English Linguistics, Department of English, University of Wisconsin-Madison 1999 M.A. Linguistics, Department of Linguistics, University of Wisconsin-Madison 1996 M.A. English, Indiana University-Purdue University, Fort Wayne, IN 1991 B.A. English Education, major; German, minor; Grace College, Winona Lake, IN, graduated summa cum laude ACADEMIC EMPLOYMENT Associate Professor of English, University of North Carolina at Charlotte, 2012-present Assistant Professor of English, University of North Carolina at Charlotte, 2006-2012 Visiting Lecturer, University of Wisconsin-Oshkosh, Summer 2006 Lecturer, University of Wisconsin-Madison, Fall 2003, Spring 2004, Spring 2006 Graduate Teaching Assistant, English as a Second Language, English Department, University of Wisconsin-Madison, 1999-2006 English Language Instructor, English Department, Showa College of Pharmaceutical Sciences, Tokyo, Japan, 1997-1998; Grandom Academy, Tokyo, Japan, 1997-1998 Visiting Instructor, English Department, Indiana University-Purdue University, Fort Wayne, Fall 1996 Graduate Teaching Assistant, English Department, Indiana University-Purdue University, Fort Wayne, 1994-1996 Visiting Instructor, English Department, Grace College, Winona Lake, Indiana, 1993-1994 English Instructor, Grades 9-10, Academia Menonita, San Juan, Puerto Rico, 1991-1993 PUBLICATIONS AND RESEARCH Books and Special Issues 3. Kubota, R. & Miller, E. R. (Guest Editors.) (2017) Reexamining and Reenvisioning Criticality in Language Studies, Critical Inquiry in Language Studies: An International Journal. 2. Deters, P., Gao, X., Miller, E. R., & Vitanova, G. (eds.) (2015) Theorizing and Analyzing Agency in Second Language Learning: Interdisciplinary Approaches. Bristol, England: Multilingual Matters. Reviewed by Werbinska, D. (2015). System 50 , 1, 71-74. Reviewed by McLoughlin, D. (2016). Applied Linguistics , 37, 3, 442-445. Reviewed by Al Zidjaly, N. (2016). Language and Education , 30, 1, 90-93. Reviewed by Mosadegh, S. & Mansouri, B. (2018) Critical Inquiry in Language Studies . Reviewed by Alharbi, M. (2018) NECTFL Review , 81, 88-90. 1. Miller, E. R . (2014) The Language of Adult Immigrants: Agency in the Making. Bristol, England: Multilingual Matters. Reviewed by Lypka, A. E. (2015) Linguist List , 1-4 Reviewed by Mynard, J. (2016) Applied Linguistics , 37, 3, 445-450. Reviewed by Rak, J. (2016) Journal of Language, Identity and Education . 1
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Under Contract (Full MS Under Review by Multilingual Matters) Kayi-Aydar, H., Gao, X., Miller, E. R., Varghese, M., and Vitanova, G. (eds). Theorizing and Analyzing Language Teacher Agency. (14 chapters + Afterword, peer-reviewed before sent to publisher). Publication projected for early 2019. Miller, E. R., Kayi-Aydar, H., Varghese, M., and Vitanova, G. (Guest Editors). Special Issue on “Interdisciplinarity in Language Teacher Agency: Theoretical and Analytical Explorations.” To appear in System: An International Journal of Educational Technology and Applied Linguistics in late 2018. (10 research articles + brief introductory article).
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  • Winter '08
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  • Second language acquisition, Applied linguistics, E. R.

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