Carol Miller is a Distinguished Teaching Professor, emerita, and former chair of the Program in American Studies and the Department of American Indian Studies at the University of Minnesota. Her teaching and scholarship have been focused on Indigenous Literature, especially Native American women writers, and images of Native Americans in popular culture. Carol co-founded VG/Voices from the Gaps in 1996 to uncover, highlight, and share the works of marginalized artists, predominantly women writers of color living and working in North America. The site is now part of the University’s digital conservancy. She is an enrolled member of the Cherokee Nation of Oklahoma.
Carol is a 2023 Readers and Writers Festival Author.