Lewis H. Miller, Jr., PhD

Professor of English, Emeritus, Indiana University
Lewis Miller is a professor emeritus of English and dean emeritus of the Honors College at Indiana University, Bloomington. The recipient of several teaching awards, Miller has taught courses at all graduate and undergraduate levels and has offered a variety of workshops for high school teachers and business executives. In preparation for creating a new, interdisciplinary curriculum, the Liberal Arts and Management Program, he spent a year as an account executive and copywriter for the Chiat/Day advertising agency in San Francisco. In addition to his own poetry, Miller has published widely on major British and American authors, especially Robert Frost, and on American advertising as both a marketing tool and as an index to cultural values. Upon retiring from Indiana, he and his wife moved to the Boston area, where Miller has taught seminars at the University of Massachusetts, Boston, and Brandeis University. He received his BA from Amherst College, and his PhD from Cornell University.


  • PhD Cornell University