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Katherine Miller

Katherine Miller
Sessional Instructor

Office: L272
Email: katherine.miller@concordia.ab.ca

Teaching (Fall, 2016):

  • ENG 111L
  • WRI 300B

Education and Interests:

PhD (ABD), English, University of New Brunswick
MA in Creative Writing, University of New Brunswick (2002)
MA in English, Lakehead University (1994)
Bachelor of Education, Lakehead University (1990)
BA in English, University of Alberta (1984)

My research interests include Canadian literature, feminist theory, and creative writing. Under the name Kat Cameron, I have published fiction and poetry in literary journals across Canada.

Representative Publications:

Books

Cameron, Kat. Strange Labyrinth. Fernie, B.C.: Oolichan Books. 2014.

Anthologies

Cameron, K. “White-Out.” 40 Below: Volume 2. Ed. Jason Lee Norman. Edmonton: Wufniks Press, 2015

Cameron, K. “L.M.M.” L.M. Montgomery’s Rainbow Valleys: The Ontario Years, 1911-1942.  Ed. Rita Bode and Lesley D. Clement. Montreal: McGill-Queen’s UP, 2015.

Poetry and Fiction (as Kat Cameron)

“Trespass” and “Priestess.” Grain 43.3 (2016): 81-82.

“Annie’s Gun” and “Man of the West.” Forage [online] (June 2016).

“A Diary” and “Cracked.” The Nashwaak Review 34/35 (2015): 252-253.

“The King in the Car Park.” The Dalhousie Review 95.2 (2015): 199.

“Soiled Doves.” The Prairie Journal (2015): 8-9.

“B-Flat Minor.” FreeFall 25.2 (2015): 71.

“Vincent.” The Antigonish Review 181 (2015): 28.

“Blue Scarf.” Grain 42.1 (2015)

“L.M.M.” Literary Review of Canada 22.7 (2014): 16.

“Mary’s Monster.” NonBinary Review 2 [online] (2014).

“The King of Stonehenge.” FreeFall 25 (2014): 59-60.

“Meditation on Light.” Grain 40.3 (2013): 37.

“The Labyrinth.” Queen’s Quarterly 116.3 (2009): 479.

“Camille.” Literary Review of Canada 16.9 (2008): 17.

“September Blues.” Room 31.3 (2008): 23.

“Cutting Edge.” Paperplates [online] 8.1 (2013).

“Spirit Houses.” PRISM international 45.4 (2007): 39-44.

“Variations on a Theme.” Lichen 8.1 (2006): 11-16.

“Whyte Noise.” subTerrain 43 (2006): 7-8.

“Truth or Fiction.” The New Quarterly 93 (2005): 188-189.

“Tasogare.” Prairie Fire 25.3 (2004): 69-75.

“The Eater of Dreams.” Descant 34.3 (2003): 309-316.

Academic Publications

Miller, Katherine. “Feminism and Fiction.” The Encyclopedia of Twentieth-Century FictionGen. ed. Brian W. Shaffer. Vol 3: World Fiction. Ed. John Clement Ball. Oxford: Wiley-Blackwell, 2010.

Miller, Katherine. “Mobility and Identity Construction in Bharati Mukherjee’s Desirable Daughters: The Tree Wife and Her Rootless Namesake.” Studies in Canadian Literature 29.1 (2004): 63-73. 

Book Reviews
Miller, Katherine. Rev. of Narratives of CitizenshipCanadian Review of Comparative Literature. (forthcoming)

“Our Mothers’ Stories.” Canadian Literature 182 (2004): 156-58.

“Tending the Remnant Damage.” The Fiddlehead 217 (2003): 113-115

“Rewriting Identity.” Canadian Literature 177 (2003): 166-68.

Awards 

“Ariadne on Naxos” shortlisted for The Malahat Review Poetry Contest, 2014

“The King of Stonehenge” shortlisted for FreeFall’s Fiction and Poetry Contest, 2014

Conference Presentations

“Gender and Desire in Shirley and The Tenant of Wildfell Hall.” Congress of the Social Sciences and Humanities. Winnipeg 2005.

“Mobility and Identity Construction in Bharati Mukherjee’s Desirable Daughters: The Tree Wife and Her Rootless Namesake.” Women in Motion Conference 2003.

“Re: Mapping Hybrid Identities: Maria Campbell’s Half-Breed and Gregory Scofield’s Thunder Through My Veins.” Congress of the Social Sciences and Humanities 2002.

“The Slash of Space / Spatial Metaphors of Identity in Shani Mootoo’s Cereus Blooms at Night and Arundhati Roy’s The God of Small Things.” Congress of the Social Sciences and Humanities 2002.