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M.F. (Michael) Miller

Faculty of Humanities
Dep. Language- and Litterature

Visiting address
  • Spuistraat 134
  • Room number: 5.32
Postal address
  • Postbus 1641
    1000 BP Amsterdam
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  • Publications


    • Miller, M. F. (2022). "Review of David Foster Wallace: Essays on Faith and Fiction (2019)" - forthcoming. Religion & Literature, 54(1).
    • Miller, M. F. (Accepted/In press). "'Stop Asking for Life to Be a Poem': On Cybernetic Instrumentality". New Literary History.


    • Miller, M. F., Jaffe, A., & Martini, R. (Eds.) (2021). Understanding Flusser, Understanding Modernism. Bloomsbury Academic.


    • Miller, M. F. (2020). "Platforms of Control: Social Media and the Limits of Theoretical Pluralism". symplokē , 28(1-2), 149-62.
    • Miller, M. F. (2020). "Review of Siegfried Zielinski's Variations on Media Thinking (2019)". symplokē , 28(1-2), 590-92.


    • Miller, M. F. (2019). "Why Hate the Internet?: Contemporary Fiction, Digital Culture, and the Politics of Social Media". Arizona Quarterly, 75(3), 59-85.
    • Miller, M. F., & Bailar, M. (2019). Interview with Sheila Heti. Contemporary Literature, 60(2), 146-73.


    • Miller, M. F. (2018). "Hyperobject". In J. R. Di Leo (Ed.), The Bloomsbury Handbook of Literary and Cultural Theory (pp. 522-23). Bloomsbury Academic.
    • Miller, M. F. (2018). "Stan Brakhage's Autopsy: The act of seeing with one's own eyes". Journal of Film and Video, 70(2), 59-85.
    • Miller, M. F. (2018). “A Thousand Plateaus for Neocon Bros: A Review of Brian Massumi’s Ontopower: War, Powers and the State of Perception”. symplokē , 26(1-2), 443-51.


    • Miller, M. F. (2017). "The Aesthetic (re-)Turn: Matter and Method, or Objects and Ontology?". symplokē , 24(1-2), 507-11.
    • Miller, M. F. (2017). “Seeing Ourselves, Loving Our Captors: A Review of Mark Jarzombek’s Digital Stockholm Syndrome in the Post-Ontological Age". Boundary 2, Online Review.


    Journal editor

    • Miller, M. (editor) (2022). Flusser Studies (Journal).
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