Alisa holds a DPhil from the University of Oxford, an MA from the London School of Economics and a BA from the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor. Her research focuses on the comparative development of war cultures in twentieth century Europe and the United States, looking at how evolving literary networks – utilizing different forms of media and technology – influence political discourses and perceptions of violence. She has worked as a lecturer and in research policy and management. She joined King’s in October 2016.
Dr. Alisa Miller's Projects
This project considers how digital platforms are (and are not) changing the way authors writing about war construct and disseminateRead more
Dr. Alisa Miller's Blog posts
I am a psychology and neuroscience researcher, with particular expertise in Qualitative Methods and Health Service Research. My PhD focused on experiences of memory loss in older adulthood. I have previously worked on a large randomized-controlled trial of an educational intervention for people with epilepsy, and recently a project concerning
Different platforms shape subjectivity in particular ways. Ego-Media researcher Rachael Kent explains how a community of users of health diaries understands self through body consciousness. Gathering of data and relationship to goals bring out digital forms and understandings of self through community and sharing. Film by Rachael Kent and Arko