James D. Miller
Associate Professor & Chair - Slavery and emancipation in the United States and the Atlantic World; experiences and representations of insanity and asylum life; the history of art brut/outsider art
|Degrees:||B.A. (East Anglia), Ph.D. (Emory)|
|Phone:||613-520-2600 x 8032|
|Office:||403 Paterson Hall|
- Slavery and Emancipation in the United States and the Atlantic World;
- Experiences and Representations of Insanity and Asylum Life
- The history of art brut/outsider art
In progress. With Mary Margaret Johnston-Miller. Out of Alabama: The “Civilizing Mission” and the American Colonization of Liberia.
With Mary Margaret Johnston-Miller. “Scottie Wilson’s Canadian Legacy.” Raw Vision 89 (Spring, 2016).
With Mary Margaret Johnston-Miller. “Insider Art: The Asylum Drawings of John Gilmour.” Raw Vision 80 (Fall, 2013).
South by Southwest: planter emigration and identity in the slave south. (Charlottesville: University of Virginia Press, 2002).