Refereed Journal Articles
Miller, C., Boehm, S., Yurko, K.C., & Adams, B. (2022). Himpathy, herasure, and down girl moves: A critical content analysis of sexual assault in young adult literature. Journal of Literacy Research, 54(3), 298-321.
- Adams, B., Yurko, K.C, Miller, C., & Boehm, S. (2022). Beyond perpetrators, victims, and survivors: Young adult literature as bystander intervention education. ALAN Review, 49(3), 42-52.
Miller, C., & Jeter, G. (2022). “We can position ourselves as experts”: Teachers learning to write and publish on national blogs. Excelsior: Leadership in Teaching and Learning, 14(2), 66-81. Available at https://surface.syr.edu/excelsior/vol14/iss2/4/.
- Boehm, S., Yurko, K.C., Olmstead, K., Miller, C. (2021). When princesses become dragons: Critical literacy, Damsel, and confronting rape culture in English classrooms. Girlhood Studies, 14(3), 72-89.
Miller, C., Yurko, K.C., Nasra, K., Mufford, H., Sanchez, R., & Mulroy, A. (2021). Developing critical social justice literacy by reading young adult literature: Reflections and implications on future classroom practice. Ubiquity: The Journal of Literature, Literacy, and the Arts, 8(1), 15-47. Available at http://ed-ubiquity.gsu.edu/wordpress/wp-content/uploads/2021/08/Miller-et-al.pdf.
Miller, C., & Boehm, S. (2021). A civic and literary coalition: Analyzing young adult literature and news media in secondary ELA. The English Record, 71(2), 49-60.
- Bittner, R., Miller, C., Pennell, S. (2021). We’re not sick, we’re not straight: Conversion therapy and the compulsory body in YAL. ALAN Review, 48(3), 27-36.
- Svrcek, N., & Miller, C. (2021). Developing critical communities for critical conversations in K-12 classrooms. Language Arts Journal of Michigan, 36(1), 10-19.
- Mundorf, J., Miler, C., Hines, C., Worlds, M., & Del Riego, J. (2021). When the curriculum needs rescuing: Superhero graphic novels as disruptive curricular forces. Ohio Journal of English Language Arts, 60(2), 25-30.
National Blog Publications
Miller, C. (2022, Sep 12). The battle over books is a battle over democracy. We can win both. Literacy & NCTE: The Official Blog of the National Council of Teachers of English.
Miller, C., & Hines, C. (2021, Jul 14). “Stepping up and speaking out”: Interrogating and teaching models of citizenship with Marvel comics. Literacy & NCTE: The Official Blog of the National Council of Teachers of English.
Miller, C. (2021, Mar 09). Teaching Supreme Court cases using young adult literature. Literacy & NCTE: The Official Blog of the National Council of Teachers of English.
Miller, C. (2020, Nov 16). Atticus Finch, Abraham Lincoln, and the imagination of white educators. Literacy & NCTE: The Official Blog of the National Councils of Teachers of English.
- Video interview for SUNY Brockport, “Banned Books, Banned Rights,” July, 2022.
- Journal interview for School Library Connection, “Research into practice. Fictional role models for social justice teaching: Interview with Henry Cody Miller, Mario P. Worlds, and Tianna Dowie-Chin,” 2021
- Magazine interview for Education Week, “When school goes remote, many LGBTQ students lose a safe space,” 2021.
- Magazine interview for Learning for Justice, 66, “The classical roots of white supremacy,” 2021.
- Scholarship cited in CNN article, “Some of the most frequently banned books feature LGBTQ stories, library association says,” 2020.
- Facebook Live panel, “Gene Luen Yang, Live with Banned Book Week.” Sponsored by the National Council of Teachers of English and the Comic Book Legal Defense Fund, 2020.