Julie Miller, Th.D.

Associate Professor and Chair

Office: AD 252
Office Hours: M / T / W 3-4:30 pm
Phone: (210) 283-5062
Email: miller@uiwtx.edu

Currently Teaching:
RELS 1305 Intro to Theology & Ethics
RELS 3350 Environmental Theology & Ethics
CLST 2315 Intro to Cultural Studies


Th.D., Harvard University
M.T.S., Harvard University
B.A., University of Notre Dame

Areas of Interest:

Feminist theology and ethics, sexual theology and ethics, environmental theology and ethics, women in Christian tradition, medieval mysticism.

Papers and Publications:

“To Remember Self, To Remember God: Augustine on Relationality, Sexuality and the Trinity,” in Feminists Re-Reading the Canon, Judith Stark, ed., Penn State Press, (forthcoming, Fall 2007).

“Rapt by God: Eroticized Violence in Medieval Women’s Literature and Law,” in The Subjective Eye: Essays in Culture, Religion and Gender, Richard Valentasis and Janet Carlson, editors. Mellon Press, 2006.

Co-editor, Verbum Incarnatum: Ethics and Social Justice. Vo1. 1, No. 1, 2006. University of the Incarnate Word, 2006.

“Education and Engagement: Striving for Success,” in Education and Engagement: Theory and Practice.University of the Incarnate Word Faculty Anthology, 2005. Julie B. Miller and Phil Lampe, editors.

“Mystical Masochism and the Spiritual Status Quo: The Limitations of Appropriation,” in The Eclectic Edition, Phil Lampe and Julie B. Miller, editors, 2004.

“Mission Matters: A Comparative Look at Mission in San Antonio,” in Mission Matters, Julie B. Miller and Phil Lampe, editors, 2003.

Co-editor, Religion and Society. University of the Incarnate Word Faculty Anthology, 2002, Phil Lampe and Julie B. Miller, editors.

“Feminist Historiography, Patriarchal Ideology and the Future of Sisterhood: A Review Essay of Sisters in Arms: Catholic Nuns Through Two Millennia by Jo Ann Kay McNamara” in The Annual Review of Women In World Religions, Arvind Sharma and Katherine Young, eds. (Vol. VI, 2002)
“Sexuality/Spirituality: The Problem of Eroticized Violence and Contemporary Eros Theology,” Ann Arbor: UMI, 2000 (dissertation).

“Eroticized Violence in Medieval Women's Mystical Literature: A Call for a Feminist Critique,” in Journal of Feminist Studies in Religion, (Fall 1999).