Cristanne Miller

Cristanne Miller is a SUNY Distinguished Professor and Edward H. Butler Professor of Literature at the University at Buffalo in New York. She is past editor of The Emily Dickinson Journal and past President of the Emily Dickinson International Society. Celebrated as one of the world’s leading scholars of Dickinson, she is the author of, among other books, Emily Dickinson: A Poet’s Grammar, which has been hailed as a major scholarly achievement.

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Cover: Emily Dickinson: A Poet’s GrammarEmily Dickinson: A Poet’s GrammarMiller, CristannePAPERBACK10/15/1989$38.00
Cover: Emily Dickinson’s Poems: As She Preserved ThemEmily Dickinson’s Poems: As She Preserved ThemDickinson, Emily
Miller, Cristanne
HARDCOVER04/11/2016$41.00
Cover: Marianne Moore: Questions of AuthorityMarianne Moore: Questions of AuthorityMiller, CristanneHARDCOVER08/09/1995$81.50
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As students around the world deliberate their options for further education, only made more challenging in a pandemic, we’re reminded that getting in is only half the battle. In The Privileged Poor: How Elite Colleges Are Failing Disadvantaged Students, Anthony Abraham Jack asks how—and why—do disadvantaged students struggle at elite colleges? What can schools can do differently if these students are to thrive? As back to school season begins, we spoke to two university book clubs that read and discussed The Privileged Poor this summer.