MONTANA MILLER, PH.D.
Office Location: 247 Shatzel Hall
Office Phone Number: 419-372-0184
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POPC 160: “Introduction to Popular Culture”
POPC 460: “Emerging Traditions in American Youth Culture”
POPC 365: “Youth and Popular Culture”
POPC 426: “Popular Entertainments”
POPC 660: “Folklore and Folklife”
POPC 460: “Summer Camp Ethnography”
POPC 460/680: “Internet Communities”
POPC 325: “Occupational Folklore”
Ph.D. in Folklore and Mythology, UCLA
M.A. in Folklore and Mythology, UCLA
B.A. in Folklore and Mythology, Harvard University
Arts and Humanities Curriculum Committee; BGSU BGeX program; BGSU Human Subjects Review Board member
Professional Organization Membership:
American Folklore Society
Western States Folklore Society
Emerging traditions and symbolic expression in youth culture; Internet communities including adolescent social networks and support groups; American cheerleading, its evolution and international spread; dramatic drunk driving prevention programs in American high schools
Circus Dreams: The Making of a Circus Artist (with Kathleen Cushman) 1990: Little, Brown.
"High Dive." Radcliffe Quarterly, Harvard University, Spring 1998.
"Impossible Flights." Tiferet, Spring 2006.
“Where They Are: Working With Marginalized Students.” Educational Leadership, February 2006.