Marlowe Miller

Marlowe A. Miller, Ph.D. is a professor of literature and writing. She is an inaugural faculty-in-residence at the UMass Lowell Center for Excellence in Learning and Teaching (CELT), where she will work with faculty interested contemplative pedagogy. Co-editor of a special issue of the journal Across the Disciplines dedicated to the topic of contemplative writing across the disciplines, Miller has given many talks on contemplative pedagogical practices at professional conferences, has led faculty contemplative writing retreats, and teaches several undergraduate courses that integrate contemplative writing into the curriculum. Over the past 7 years, Miller has developed and taught four new courses in environmental and place-based writing; she has recently launched a new course implementing contemplative writing as a tool for coping with climate change.

During her career at UMass Lowell, Miller has published a book and numerous articles on Modernist British Literature, as well as articles on narrative constructions of identity in a post-totalitarian state, and on pedagogy in the university classroom. A Research Associate at the UMass Lowell Center for Women and Work, Miller also serves on the center’s leadership team. She is a member of the Advisory Board for the UML ADVANCE Office for Faculty Equity and a member of the Advisory Board for the Assembly for Expanded Perspectives on Learning, an official assembly of the National Council of Teachers of English.


Marlowe A. Miller
Professor, English
O’Leary Library – 431
UMass Lowell
Lowell MA 01854 USA
Tel: +1.978.934.4190