Thomas Miller - Visiting Assistant Professor
Thomas MillerVisiting Assistant Professor
Social Science & Cultural Studies
DeKalb Hall 3
Thomas Ross Miller is a cultural anthropologist with a professional background in museums, publishing and the arts. His interests include visual anthropology, history and culture of media and technology, sound, shamanism and the intersections of science, art, and society. A former staff member of the American Museum of Natural History, he runs the independent Curatorial Consulting in Brooklyn. He is also a National Endowment for the Arts award-winning composer and librettist.-
Dr. Miller has collected songs and artifacts in Siberia and more than a dozen countries, produced national radio broadcasts, created audio and multimedia installations for numerous galleries and performance spaces. He has taught at Pratt, Rutgers-Newark, Drew, Barnard, Columbia, Berkeley College and the State University of New York. His writings have been published in the U.S. and Europe by Rolling Stone Press, Houghton Mifflin, University of Washington Press, American Museum of Natural History, Smithsonian Institution Press, and many others.