Dr Andrew Miller

Academic Level B

Creative and Performing Arts

place Humanities
GPO Box 2100, Adelaide 5001, South Australia

Dr Andrew Miller completed a PhD in Creative Writing and Creative Arts at Flinders University in 2010, and a Bachelor of Education (Honours) in 2006. Andrew’s research reflects this eclectic background, and spans both artistic and scholarly research.

In recent years, Andrew has published and lectured extensively on the use and importance of ‘multi-literacies’ for tertiary students. He has published two papers on the ‘multiliteracies framework’ he developed, and was invited in 2015 by the New South Wales Department of Education to give a keynote address to literacy leaders in Sydney. In 2017 he presented a guest lecture on his multiliteracies framework to staff and students at the Auckland University of Technology. In addition, the Auckland University of Technology invited him to review the topic they have implemented using his framework.

Alongside his educational research, Andrew has also written and presented extensively on arts-based research at international symposia and in academic journals. His research interests include graphic texts, memoir, creative non-fiction, autoethnography, and critical and creative approaches to research. Andrew uses Derrida’s theories on ‘picto-ideo-phonographic’ writing to create multimodal and nonlinear texts. His work challenges the ‘prose-centrism’ of traditional university research by incorporating images and design into its meaning-making process. Andrew supports the expansion of the term ‘writing’ to include ‘non-verbal’ and ‘graphic’ elements as readily as it currently embraces words and prose.

Andrew has published critical and creative work in Wet Ink, TEXT, Teaching and Teacher Education, Creative Approaches to Research, English in Australia, Liminalities, the Journal of Academic Language and Learning, and New Writing: The International Journal for the Practice and Theory of Creative Writing.

Andrew's new book, Raging against the Mass-Schooling Machine: An Autoethnography of a Beginning Teacher, was published by Sense Publishers in 2017. http://tinyurl.com/zr6dtge

On YouTube, see Andrew's work on Academic Freedom: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=b4bVdr36J4I

Qualifications
PhD (Creative Writing & Creative Arts)
Bachelor of Education (Secondary) (Honours)
Bachelor of Arts (Honours)
Bachelor of Arts
Honours, awards and grants
2010 - Teaching Award for part-time Teaching Staff (School of Humanities, Flinders University)
2009 - Published finalist in the Wirra Wirra Vineyards Short Story Competition for South Australian writers
2008 - Mace Bearer (Graduation Ceremony, School of Education)
2006 - Flinders University Medal (EHLT)
2006 - Chancellor's Letter of Commendation
2005 - SATISFAC Award for Academic Excellence
2005 - Chancellor's Letter of Commendation
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Supervisory interests
Autoethnography
Creative arts
Creative nonfiction
Creative writing, pedagogy
Critical theory
Pedagogy
Higher degree by research supervision
Current
Principal supervisor: Creative Writing & Autoethnography (2)
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