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Gabrielle Miller

G Miller

Assistant Professor - Spanish

Baylor University
One Bear Place #97393
Waco, TX 76798-7393
254-710-7359
Draper 146
Gabrielle_Miller@baylor.edu

Fall 2017 Office Hours:
MTWRF 8:00-9:00, and TR 11:00-12:00

EDUCATION
Ph.D. Spanish, University of Virginia, August 2015
Dissertation: “Mapping the Imagination: Feminine Embodiment in the Novels of Benito Pérez Galdós”
Director: Randolph Pope
M.A. Spanish, University of Virginia, May 2011
B.A. Spanish and Political Science, University of Notre Dame, May 2009

APPOINTMENTS
Assistant Professor, Baylor University, 2016 to present
Lecturer, University of Virginia, 2015-2016
Graduate Instructor of Spanish, University of Virginia, 2009-2015

REFEREED JOURNAL ARTICLE
Miller, Gabrielle K. “Disrupting Nineteenth-Century Dichotomies of Gender: Reading and Imagination
in Emilia Pardo Bazán’s La madre Naturaleza.” Hispanic Review. 83.3 (2015).

AWARDS AND FELLOWSHIPS
Premio Peter Bly, 2015
For best recent dissertation on the work of Benito Pérez Galdós as judged by the Asociación Internacional de Galdosistas (AIG), $500

SELECT CONFERENCE PRESENTATIONS
“"Odd" Women in Gissing and Galdós,” Nineteenth-Century Studies Association Conference, Lincoln, Nebraska, April 2016
“The Importance of Reading in Emilia Pardo Bazán’s La madre Naturaleza (1887),” Mountain Interstate Foreign Language Conference, College of Charleston, Charleston, South Carolina, October 2015.
“Embodying Disability in Pérez Galdós’ Tristana,” Carolina Conference on Romance Languages, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, Chapel Hill, April 2015.
“Lo difícil de ser ángel del hogar: Una apuesta en la velada de San Juan (1865) de Natividad de Rojas,” Kentucky Foreign Language Conference, University of Kentucky, Lexington, April 2014.

TEACHING EXPERIENCE
Baylor University
Spanish 3310: Spanish Civilization Overview and analysis of Spanish history and culture
Spanish 2310: Intermediate Spanish Part three of four-course language requirement

University of Virginia
Spanish 3300: Texts and Interpretation Requisite for Spanish major; provides an introduction to Hispanic literature and textual analysis
Spanish 3010: Grammar Review and Composition Pre-requisite for Spanish major; teaches critical writing skills through literature and film
Spanish 2020: Advanced Intermediate Spanish Part four of four-course language requirement
Spanish 2010: Intermediate Spanish Part three of four-course language requirement
Spanish 1060: Beginning-Intermediate Spanish Intensive course designed to fulfill parts one and two of four-course language requirement

Summer Language Institute
Spanish 1016, 1026, 2016, 2026: Spanish Summer Language Program Designed intensive eight-week Spanish course for beginning adult language students

Semester at Sea
Foundational Religions of Europe: From Odin to Allah
Survey of World Religions Countries visited: England, Portugal, Spain, Scotland, Ireland, Norway, Russia, Sweden, Finland, Poland

UVA Hispanic Studies Program, Valencia, Spain
Spanish 2010-2020: Intensive Intermediate Spanish Designed intensive month-long language and culture course for university students studying abroad