.You can find copies of most of my articles on Academia.edu
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Queering Teacher Education Across Contexts with Cris Mayo, David Carlson, Stephanie Troutman and Nelson Rodriguez: Click here for CFM
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Guest Editor for English Journal
Miller, s. (Guest Ed.) (2015). Labeling “GIFTED” or “SPECIAL”: Perpetuating the mis-measure of students. English Journal, (105), 1.
Select Journal Articles- Refereed/Peer Reviewed Invited
Mahatma Gandhi Institute of Education for Peace and Sustainable Development. (in press). Rethinking schooling for the 21st Century. The state of education for peace, sustainable development and global citizenship in Asia. UNESCO MGIEP.
Burns, L., & Miller, s. (2017). Social justice policymaking in teacher education from conception to application: Realizing Standard VI. Teachers College Record, 119 (2), 1-38.
Miller, s. (2017). The CEE commission for social justice: A history of Its realization 2003-2010. Retrieved from https://justice.education/history-of-the-commission/
Miller, s. (2017). LGBTQ tolerance and identity collection for teachers. PBS: LearningMedia. Retrieved from https://ny.pbslearningmedia.org/collection/lgbtq-identity/#.WTBDzcbMz-Z
Miller, s. (2016). Trans*+ing classrooms: The pedagogy of refusal as mediator for learning. Social Sciences, 5(34), 1-17.
Miller, s. (2016). Ubuntu: Calling in the field. English Education, 48(3), 192-200.
Conference on English Education. (2016). Resolution for Dismantling the School-to-Prison Pipeline. NCTE. Retrieved from http://www.ncte.org/positions/statements/school-to-prison
Miller, s. (2015). A queer literacy framework promoting (a)gender and (a)sexuality self-determination and justice. GALA Journal, 21(1), 31-42.
Miller, s. (2015). Why schooling must move into a trans*/post-trans* era. Journal of Language and Literacy Education. Retrieved from http://jolle.coe.uga.edu/scholars-speak-out/
Miller, s. (2015). A queer literacy framework promoting (a)gender and (a)sexuality self-determination and justice. English Journal, 104(5), 37-44.
Miller, s. & Burns, L. (2015). Standard VI: Realizing social justice dispositions in teaching and teacher education. Scholar-Practitioner Quarterly, 9(3-4), 268-296
Miller, s. (2014). English is “Not just about teaching semi-colons and Steinbeck”: Instantiating dispositions for socio-spatial justice in English Education. Scholar-Practitioner Quarterly 8(3), 212-240.
Alsup, J., & Miller, s. (2014). Reclaiming English education: Rooting social justice in dispositions. English Education, 46(3), 195-215.
Miller, s. (2014). Cultivating a disposition for sociospatial justice in English teacher preparation. Teacher Education and Practice, 27(1), 44-74.
Miller, s. (2014). Text complexity and “comparable literary merit” in young adult literature. Alan Review 41(2), 44-55.
Miller, s. (2013). Losing and gaining a self: Affirming the body, mind and spirits of transgender youth. Educational Leadership Quarterly, 35(3), 12-13.
Miller, s. (2012). Flawed visions of democracy in the United States: Influences on current critical social justice research. Journal of Curriculum Theorizing, 28(2), 92-103.
Miller, s. (2013). Power + wealth + structural reinforcement of the norm = Myth of poverty. Commissioned Essay, AERA. go to this link to listen:
Miller, s. (2012). Mythology of the norm: Disrupting the culture of bullying in schools. English Journal, 101(6), 107-109.
Miller, s., Bieler, D., Bolf-Beliveau, L., Charest, B., George, M.A., King, J., & Williamson, P. (2011). Applying the CEE Position Statement Beliefs about Social Justice in English Education to Classroom Praxis. English Education, 44 (1), 63-82.
Miller, s. (2011). Demythologizing “Real” ity TV: Critical implications for a new literacy. International Journal of Critical Pedagogy, 3 (3), 135-152.
Conference on English Education Commission on Social Justice. (2010). Resolution on Social Justice in Literacy Education. NCTE. Orlando: FL.
Conference on English Education Commission on Social Justice. (2009). CEE position statement: Beliefs about social justice in English education. First Biennial CEE Conference. Chicago: CEE.
Miller, s., & Slifkin, J. (2010). “Similar literary quality”: Demystifying the AP English Literature and Composition open question." Alan Review, 37(2), 6-16.
Miller, s. (2008). Liberating grades/liberatory assessment. International Journal of Critical Pedagogy,1(2). 160-171.
Miller, s. (2008). “Speaking” the walk: “Speaking” the talk: Embodying critical pedagogy to teach young adult literature. English Education, 40(2), 145-154.
Miller, s. (2007). Foregrounding preservice teacher identity in teacher education. Teacher Education & Practice, 19(2), 164-185.
Miller, S. (2005). Shattering images of violence in young adult literature: Strategies for the classroom. English Journal, 94(5), 87-93.
Miller, S. (2004). SLAM! poetry as a genre for social activism: Empowering discourses during troubling times- how to teach, assess and construct SLAM in the secondary classroom. The Utah English Journal, 32, 24-36.
Miller, s. (2017). Why (a)gender identity matters now, more than ever: Perspectives during a Trump Era. New York: Metropolitan Center for Research on Equity and the Transformation of Schools: New York University.