D.A. Miller

D.A. Miller

John F. Hotchkis Professor Emeritus and Professor of the Graduate School
Wheeler Hall, room 407
M 3-5
damiller@berkeley.edu


All English Courses Taught

Spring, 2017
Course & Section Course Name Course Areas
190/4 Research Seminar: Jane Austen and the Theory of the Novel British 19th-Century
Novel
Literary Theory
Research Seminars
Spring, 2016
Course & Section Course Name Course Areas
24/1 Freshman Seminar: Masterpieces of World Cinema: Federico Fellini's La dolce vita Freshman Seminars
173/1 The Language and Literature of Films: Hidden Hitchcock Film
Special Topics
Spring, 2015
Course & Section Course Name Course Areas
24/2 Freshman Seminar: Reading Madame Bovary Freshman Seminars
190/12 Research Seminar: The Oversexed Cinema of Pedro Almodóvar Film
Research Seminars
Spring, 2014
Course & Section Course Name Course Areas
190/15 Research Seminar: Alfred Hitchcock Film
Research Seminars
Fall, 2012
Course & Section Course Name Course Areas
166/4 Special Topics: Hitchcock's Secret Style Special Topics
190/2 Research Seminar: Too-Close Reading: Poe and Others American Literature
Research Seminars
Spring, 2012
Course & Section Course Name Course Areas
H195B/1 Honors Course Honors and Tutorial Courses
Fall, 2011
Course & Section Course Name Course Areas
H195A/1 Honors Course Honors and Tutorial Courses
203/1 Graduate Readings: State of the Art Film: 1963 Graduate Courses
Spring, 2011
Course & Section Course Name Course Areas
190/10 Research Seminar: Homocinema Research Seminars
203/5 Graduate Readings: Alfred Hitchcock Graduate Courses
Fall, 2010
Course & Section Course Name Course Areas
190/3 Research Seminar: Alfred Hitchcock Research Seminars
Fall, 2009
Course & Section Course Name Course Areas
166/3 Special Topics: British Cinema Special Topics
190/1 Research Seminar: Close Reading Research Seminars
Spring, 2009
Course & Section Course Name Course Areas
173/1 The Language and Literature of Films: Alfred Hitchcock Special Topics
Spring, 2008
Course & Section Course Name Course Areas
250/3 Research Seminar: Proust Graduate Courses
Fall, 2007
Course & Section Course Name Course Areas
100/1 Junior Seminar: The Novel and Its Theory/Theory and Its Novels Junior Seminars
250/3 Research Seminar: Proust Graduate Courses
Spring, 2007
Course & Section Course Name Course Areas
100/1 Junior Seminar: Close Reading?Theory, Practice, Ideology, Pleasure Junior Seminars
166/2 Special Topics: Hitchcock's Skin (or, A Theory of the Thriller) Special Topics
Spring, 2005
Course & Section Course Name Course Areas
166/2 Special Topics: Hitchcock and His Artistic Children Special Topics
H195A/3 Upper Division Coursework: Honors Course Honors and Tutorial Courses