Suzanne M. Miller

Suzanne M. Miller

Assistant Professor of History
Phillips Hall 332
Address: 801 22nd St. NW
Phone: 202-994-2989
[email protected]

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.

Classes Taught

Hist 3118: The Middle Ages 500-1500