Dr. Hannah Miller, who received her Ph.D. in German Studies at Cornell University in 2017, has recently accepted the position of Managing Editor of the renowned theory journal diacritics here at Cornell. After finishing her dissertation, Dr. Miller taught at Hunter College, NYU, and Drew University in New York City and then held a position as Assistant Teaching Professor in Film Studies at Bowling Green State University. Dr. Miller’s book The Politics of Fandom: Conflicts that Divide Communities is forthcoming with McFarland & Co. Besides her scholarly contributions to German Studies, Feminist, Gender, and Sexuality Studies as well as Film Studies, Dr. Miller also was managing editor for the UVK publishing house in Konstanz (Germany). During her time at Cornell, Dr. Miller worked for the Library’s Digital Scholarship and Preservation Services on the project “Alexander Kluge: Cultural History in Dialogue” as translator as well as in the areas of transcription and subtitling.
Hannah Miller, Ph.D. ’17, returns to Cornell as Managing Editor of diacritics