Nancy K. Miller is the author or editor of more than a dozen books, most recently, Breathless: An American Girl in Paris (2013), a memoir of the author’s years spent living out an expatriate dream in Paris during the 1960s. What They Saved: Pieces of a Jewish Past, the story of a quest to recreate her family’s lost history, received The Jewish Journal Prize for 2012. A well-known feminist scholar, Miller has published memoirs, personal essays, and literary criticism. She is a Distinguished Professor of English and Contemporary Literature at the Graduate Center, CUNY, where she teaches contemporary memoir, women’s writing, and graphic literature.
Miller lectures widely, both nationally and internationally, and her work is anthologized is popular volumes on autobiography and collections of feminist essays. In 1983 she co-founded the Gender and Culture Series at Columbia University Press with the late Carolyn Heilbrun, and since 2004 coedits the series with Victoria Rosner.
Interview with Nancy on Beyond the Pale, September 15, 2013.
Interview on Too Jewish Radio with Rabbi Sam Cohon and Friends, May 6, 2012
Radio Podcast on Beyond the Pale with Marissa Brostoff and Keira Feldman, October 2, 2011
A Memoir of Feminism: An Interview with Nancy K. Miller by Jeffrey J. Williams
ABC Columbia, South Carolina, May 9, 2014
KGUN TV, Tuscon, Arizona, February 24, 2012