2009, BA English with Teacher’s Certification, Eastern Illinois University
2020, MA English, Wayne State University
Originally from central Illinois, Lindsay is a PhD student and teaching fellow focusing on post-conquest (c. 1100-1300) medieval literature. Previous research has focused on food in medieval literature, early modern broadside ballads, and perceptions of mental illness in medieval Europe. Outside of medieval literature, Lindsay is also interested in teaching pedagogy and taught high school English and special education before returning to academia. She has also worked extensively with a group of instructors at UNC who design coursework focusing on publication in the PIT Journal.
Miller, Lindsay, Sarah Chapman and Lynn Losh 2019. Going beyond Lear: Performance and Taming of the Shrew. Dividing the Kingdoms:Interdisciplinary Methods for Teaching King Lear to Undergraduates: Performance: Wayne State University. https://guides.lib.wayne.edu/folgerkinglear/performance
Ragle-Miller, Lindsay et. Al. The Warrior Women Project: Wayne State University. https://s.wayne.edu/warriorwomen/
British Literature from 1485 to 1660 (including Milton) | British Literature from its beginning to 1485 | Children’s Literature | Disability Studies | Early Modern Literature And Culture | Feminist Theory And Gender & Sexuality Studies | History of the Book | Literature and Education | Literature and History | Literature, Medicine and Culture | Pedagogy | Queer Theory | Science Fiction | The English Language | Women Writers | Writing In The Disciplines