BA, English with Teacher’s Certification, Minor in Medieval Studies, Eastern Illinois University, 2009
MA, English, Wayne State University, 2020
I am currently a first-year PhD student at the University of North-Carolina at Chapel Hill, where I teach ENGL 105, the introductory composition course. My research is focused in Medieval Studies, particularly through the lenses of Disability Studies and Queer Studies.
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.
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 1660 to 1789 | Critical Theory and Cultural Studies | Disability Studies | Early Modern Literature And Culture | History of the Book | Literature, Medicine and Culture | Queer Theory | Women Writers | Writing In The Disciplines