Julie Miller, Th.D.

Julie Miller, Th.D.

Associate Professor and Chair

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

Currently Teaching:
RELS 1305 Intro to Theology and Ethics
RELS 3340 Feminist Theologies
CLST 2315 Intro to Cultural Studies
CLST 4310  Cultural Studies Senior Seminar


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).