Mark J. Miller is Assistant Professor of English at Hunter College, CUNY, where he teaches Early American Literature, Native American Literature, and literary theory. His work considers public-sphere religious organizing, race, and sexuality in the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries, with a focus on transatlantic English colonial and U.S. evangelic writing from 1730-1860. His book, Voicing Abjection: Evangelic Publicity, Race, and Suffering in Early American Literature, is forthcoming from the University of Pennsylvania Press. Currently, he is studying eighteenth- and nineteenth-century religious melancholy and the trope of racial “mixture.”


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