- BA (Education) Western Washington State University 1970
- MA (Spanish Literature) Indiana University 1976
- PhD (Spanish Literature, Area Certificate in Latin American Studies) Indiana University 1991
Running, biking, reading historical novels.
Spanish-speaking countries visited
All the Central American countries, as well as Venezuela, Peru, Ecuador, Chile, Colombia, Argentina, Uruguay, Brazil and Spain
- He has a son working for Apple in San Francisco and a younger son living at home.
- 19th Century Spanish and Spanish American Literature
- Afro-Hispanic Literature
- Honduran Writers
- Afro-Argentine Newspapers
- Director of Honduras Semester fall of 2007 and 2008
- Research on Afro-Argentine newspapers and Argentina Diaz Lozano (Honduran novelist and short story writer).
- Director of Semester in Spain 2015 and 2016
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Research and scholarship
- Did research on Afro-Argentine literature held at the National Library in Berlin, Germany
- Working on Web page that will grant access to Afro-Argentine newspapers published in the nineteenth century
Translation of a book of poems written by Spanish poet José Luis Garcia Suarez (Collaboration with Kori VanderKooi)
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Faculty Profile: Ed Miller
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