Faculty Profile for Dr. Joshua Holman Miller

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Dr. Joshua Holman Miller
Assistant Professor — Department of Communication Studies
CENT 205
phone: (512) 245-2165

Selected Scholarly/Creative Work

  • Miller, J. H. (2019). Collaborative Leadership in Senate Democrats’ Opposition to Affordable Care Act Repeal Efforts. Journal of Contemporary Rhetoric, 9, 16–28. Retrieved from http://contemporaryrhetoric.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/02/Miller9_1_2_2.pdf
  • Miller, J. H. (2016). Empowering Communities: Ella Baker’s Decentralized Leadership Style and Conversational Eloquence. Southern Communication Journal, 81, 156–167.
  • Tigert, M. K., & Miller, J. H. (2021). Ableism in the Classroom: Teaching Accessibility and Ethos by Analyzing Rubrics. Communication Teacher.
  • Miller, J. H. (2021). Critical Mood and Mental Health: Lessons from Troye Sivan’s “Blue Neighbourhood” Trilogy. Women & Language, 44(2), 175–205.
  • Miller, J. H. (2021). Defending Bayard Rustin: Strom Thurmond, Heteronormativity, and the 1963 March on Washington. Southern Communication Journal.

Selected Awards

  • Award / Honor Recipient: Karlyn Kohrs Campbell Award for Top Paper, Central States Communication Association's Rhetoric Theory and Criticism Interest Group. April 2018
  • Award / Honor Recipient: 2021 Department Achievement Award for Excellent in Scholarly/Creative. August 2021
  • Award / Honor Recipient: CoSearch 2019 Top Team. September 14, 2019
  • Award / Honor Recipient: Top Paper Panel, Southern States Communication Association's Rhetoric and Public Address Division. April 3, 2019
  • Award / Honor Recipient: Top Paper Award, Central States Communication Association's Sexual Orientation and Gender Identity Caucus. April 2018

Selected Grants

  • Miller, Joshua Holman. Queering the Dream: Bayard Rustin, Sexuality, and the 1960s Civil Rights Movement, Texas State University, $8000. (Submitted: 2020, Funded: 2021 - Present). Grant.
  • Miller, Joshua Holman (Principal), Timmerman, Lindsay Marie (Co-Principal). Managing disclosure of stigmatized identities: Examining disclosure decisions of LGBTQ+ immigrants, Research Enhancement Program Grant, Texas State University, $16000. (Submitted: 2018, Funded: 2019). Grant.

Selected Service Activities

Reviewer / Referee
Rhetorical and Communication Theory Division, National Communication Association
Academic Program Director
Study in America's "Good Trouble"" Race, Memory, and Communication in Montgomery, Alabama
July 2020-Present
Graduate Advisor
Communication Studies Graduate Association
September 2019-Present
Reviewer / Referee
Undergraduate Honors Conference, Southern States Communication Association
December 2021-January 2022
Reviewer / Referee
Short Course, National Communication Association