Loyola University Maryland

Department of English

Dr. Nicholas Andrew Miller

Prof. Miller Associate Professor
Director, Film Studies


Humanities HU 242 J
Loyola University Maryland
4501 N. Charles St.
Baltimore, MD 21210

Phone: 410-617-5695


  • M.A., Ph.D, University of Pennsylvania
  • B.A., Harvard University

Courses Taught

  • EN101 The Art of Reading (Alpha)
  • EN370 Modern British and American Fiction
  • EN377 History and Memory in 20th-Century British Literature
  • EN380 The History of Narrative Cinema
  • EN381 Fiction and Film
  • EN382 Film Animation
  • EN386 Topics in Film (recent topics: Irish cinema; screwball comedy)
  • EN409 James Joyce
  • EN409 Reading The Waste Land
  • HN280 The Modern World (Honors)

Professional Affiliations

  • Modern Language Association
  • Modernist Studies Association
  • Society for Animation Studies
  • Society for Cinema and Media Studies
  • Society for Critical Exchange


  • “Washed Up: Animating Literary Corpses in The Pearce Sisters”. In Annabelle Honess Roe (Ed.), Aardman Animations: Beyond Stop-Motion (pp. 119-38).  London: Bloomsbury Academic (2020)
  • Modernism, Ireland, and the Erotics of Memory (2002)
  • "'Dear Miss Lonelyhearts': Voyeurism and the Spectacle of Human Suffering in Rear Window, "Clues: A Journal of Detection (January, 2013)
  • "After the Race: Accelerator and the Cinematic Imagination of Urban Ireland," Eire-ireland: An Interdisciplinary Journal of Irish Studies, Vol 45:1&2 (Spring/Summer 2010)


Spouse: Alyssa Fieo, Managing Attorney, Maryland Disabilities Law Center
Sons: Aidan, James, Nicholas

Other Interests

Playing second base for the Indians of the LTRC Over 30 Baseball League, carpentry, furniture making, home renovation, cooking, piano, vocal music, Boston Red Sox


James Joyce, Caroline Leaf, Lynda Barry, George Melies, Yuri Norstein, Alexander Petrov, Norman McLaren

Carol Abromaitis

Carol Abromaitis, Ph.D.

Dr. Abromaitis, professor emerita of English and Catholic Studies, taught at Loyola for five decades in addition to advising students bound for law school

English, Catholic Studies