Jeannette E. Miller
Instructor of French
B.A. with Distinction (French and Foreign Affairs), University of Virginia, 1998
M.A. (French Studies), New York University, 2003
Ph.D. (French and Francophone Studies), The Pennsylvania State University, Expected 2012
Areas of Scholarly Expertise and Interest
Contemporary French politics and society, Nationality and citizenship, Algerian War and its aftermath, French colonial history, African and immigrant women writers
"A Camp for Foreigners and 'Aliens': The Harki Population's Exile at the Rivesaltes Camp (1962-1964)," French Politics, Culture & Society (Forthcoming). 28pp.
"Post-Imperial Citizenship and the Reciprocity of the National and the Local: Writing a History of the Harkis," Revue Européenne des Migrations Internationales 28, no. 3 (Forthcoming Fall 2012). 15pp.
"'Collabos': Algerian President Bouteflika and the Harkis' Identity as French Citizens." Algeria Revisited: Contested Identities in the Colonial and Postcolonial Periods, University of Leicester, England, Apr. 2012.
"The OAS, the Harkis, and 'Repatriating' the Franco-French War." 57th Annual Society for French Historical Studies Conference, The Citadel, Charleston, SC, Feb. 2011.
"Algériens ou Français? Les obstacles de l'ordonnance du 21 juillet 1962 pour les 'harkis.'" Histoire des Migrations Internationales et des Luttes contre les Discriminations en Europe, Migrinter Laboratory (CNRS) Conference Series, Poitiers, France, Nov. 2009. Invited Lecture.
"The Rivesaltes Camp: Space of Double Exile for the Harkis 'Returning' to France." Coming Home? Conflict and Return Migration in Twentieth-Century Europe, University of Southampton, England, Apr. 2009.
"Aftershocks of the Algerian War for Independence: The 'Performative Encounter' of the Filles de Harkis." 20thand 21st-Century French and Francophone Studies International Colloquium, University of Minnesota, Twin Cities, Mar. 2009.
Crosby Course Development Grant (to redesign the culture curriculum of FR 120), Goucher College, 2011.
NYU/CNRS "Transitions" Research Group on Memory and Memorialization Residential Fellowship, New York University, Spring 2010.
Camargo Foundation Residential Fellowship, Cassis, France, Fall 2009.
Bourse Jeanne Marandon, Société des professeurs français et francophones d'Amérique, 2007-2008.
Fulbright Fellowship to France, United States Department of State, 2006-2007.