Dr. Mark J. Miller
Mark J. Miller, PhD (University of Wisconsin-Madison, 1978) joined the Department in 1978. He specializes in Migration Studies, Comparative Politics, and European Politics. His research focuses on comparative immigration and refugee policies, global migration and migration and security. He teaches classes on international migration, Arab/Israeli politics, comparative political terrorism, European politics, and the politics of post-industrial states. Professor Miller is on sabbatical leave during fall 2012.
'The US-Mexico Migration Honeymoon of 2001: A Retrospective.' With C. Gabriel in C. Gabriel and H. Pellerin (eds). Governing International Labour Migration: Current Issues, Challenges and Dilemmas. New York: Routledge, forthcoming.
The War on Terror in Comparative Perspective: US Security and Foreign Policy after 9/11. With Boyka Stefanova (eds). New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2007.
'Muslim Immigration to Europe.' Muslim Public Affairs Journal, 1:1 (2006): 59-68.
'Postwar and Post-Cold War Generation of Temporary Foreign Workers Policies: Implications from Spain.' With Piotr Plewa. Migraciones Internacionales, 3:2 (2005): 58-83.