Suzanne M. Miller
Assistant Professor of History
Phillips Hall 332
|Address:||801 22nd St. NW
Suzanne Mariko Miller is an historian of medieval Europe. Her broader research interests include the intersection of politics and cultural production, the construction of authority, and cross-cultural encounter. Her current research has focused on colonial endeavor and foreign rule within the medieval Mediterranean. Her dissertation, "Venice in the east Adriatic: Experiences and Experiments in Colonial Rule in Dalmatia and Istria, c. 1150-1358," examines the city-republic's varied attempts to win the submission of the coastal Croats through warfare, civic administration and invented traditions. She is currently finishing the revision of this dissertation into a book. (Complete C. V.)
Ph. D., Stanford University, 2007.