Dr Gavin Miller

  • Senior Lecturer in Medical Humanities (English Literature)
  • Director, Medical Humanities Research Centre (Institute of Health and Wellbeing)

telephone: 0141 330 2435
email: Gavin.Miller@glasgow.ac.uk

Research interests


Office Telephone: 0141 330 2435

Research interests

  • Medical humanities
  • Literary theory
  • Contemporary fiction
  • Science fiction
  • Scottish literature
  • History and theory of psychiatry and psychoanalysis
  • Psychotherapy and theology/religious studies

Biography

I am a graduate of Edinburgh University, where I took my MA Hons and PhD. Prior to joining the University of Glasgow in 2011, I worked at Edinburgh University and Manchester Metropolitan University. I have mainly worked in literature departments, but was from 2010-11 employed within the School of Divinity, University of Edinburgh, as part of the Theology and Therapy Project, where I investigated the overlap of psychotherapy, Christianity, and spirituality in post-war Scotland and England.

I have a particular interest in the medical humanities - those areas of the humanities that complement, contextualise and critique biomedical accounts of human nature, health and well-being. I also research in literary theory (particularly psychoanalytic theory), in contemporary fiction (particularly science fiction), and in Scottish literature. I am also  critical historian of psychiatry and psychoanalysis, specialising in the work of R.D. Laing and associated figures.

I am now Senior Lecturer in English Literature and Medical Humanities in the School of Critical Studies, University of Glasgow, where I direct the Medical Humanities Research Centre, with Dr David Shuttleton as my Deputy. I continue to research and publish in critical history of psychiatry, and have more recently been working on global mental health and transcultural psychiatry, as well as in the overlap between book history and psychiatric history. I maintain my literary interests, particularly in Science Fiction. I teach a specialist Honours option on the topic, and am also working towards completion of a monograph entitled Science Fiction and Psychology (for Liverpool University Press’s Science Fiction Texts and Contexts series). I hope to combine my research in Science Fiction with my work in medical humanities.

 

Grants

Wellcome Trust Medical Humanities Small Grant. “Other Psychotherapies – Across Time, Space and Cultures”. March 2016 – August 2017. £5 000. Principal Investigator.

Wellcome Trust Medical Humanities Seed Award. "Science Fiction and the Medical Humanities". July 2015 - June 2016. £39 614. Principal Investigator

Wellcome Trust Medical Humanities Small Grant. "David Stafford-Clark (1916-1999): Portrait of a Media Psychiatrist". £2 208. Principal Investigator.

Royal Society of Edinburgh Arts & Humanities Small Grants. “DSM-5 and the Future of Psychiatric Diagnosis: Perspectives from Medical Humanities”. July 2014. £668. Principal Investigator.

Carnegie Trust Research Grant. “Psychiatry in the book market: writing on psychiatry and mental health for Penguin (1945-1985)”. July 2013. £551. Principal Investigator.

Royal Society of Edinburgh Research Workshop Award. “Scottish Health Humanities Seminar and Masterclass Series”. March 2013 – February 2014. £4 150. Principal Investigator.

Wellcome Trust Medical History and Humanities Small Grant. ‘"Attentive Writers": Healthcare, Authorship, and Authority'. August 2013. £5 000. Co-Investigator.

AHRC Science in Culture theme Exploratory Award. “Debating the First Principles of Transcultural Psychiatry”. February 2012 – August 2012. £8 500. Principal Investigator.

Royal Society of Edinburgh Research Network Award. “Medical Humanities Research Network Scotland”. April 2011 – March 2013. £9 623. Co-Investigator with Dr David Shuttleton, English Literature, University of Glasgow.

University of Edinburgh Dean’s Fund (College of Humanities and Social Science). “Edinburgh University Medical Humanities Research Network”. January 2011. £750

Wellcome Trust Medical History and Humanities Fellowship. “R.D. Laing: the Medical Doctor as Public Intellectual (1960-1987)”. £168 292. [declined]

AHRC Religion and Society programme Large Grant. “Understanding the Encounter between Christianity, Psychotherapy and Spirituality in Scotland (1945-2000) in Theory and Practice”. Jan 2010 – December 2011. £251 000 [as named R.A. developing bid]

Leverhulme Trust Early Career Fellowship. “Scottish Psychoanalytic Psychiatry 1880-1990”. Jan 2006 – December 2007. £43 086 + matching funding from host institution. Principal Investigator.

Institute for Advanced Study in the Humanities, University of Edinburgh. Postdoctoral Fellowship. October 2004 - September 2005. £5 000

Supervision

I am in interested in supervising postgraduate research in the medical humanities with a relation to literature, theology, and/or the history of psychiatry and psychotherapy. I am also interested in supervising postgraduate work on contemporary fiction, science fiction, Scottish literature, and literary theory.

I currently supervise research postgraduates working on:

- the papers of T. Ferguson Rodger, former Professor of Psychological Medicine at Glasgow University
- the history of the modern psychiatric service user movement
- Scottish Literature and ideas of the "organic"
- apocalyptic science fiction
- intimate relations in Janice Galloway's fiction

Teaching

I am Learning and Teaching Convener for English Literature.

I convene the Senior Honours option Science Fiction ENGLIT4062, and contribute to Senior Honours option Literature and Medicine ENGLIT4059.

I also convene the intercalated medical humanities degree, the BSc Med Sci (Hons) in Medical Humanities

Publications

List by: Type | Date

Jump to: 2016 | 2015 | 2014 | 2013 | 2012 | 2011 | 2010 | 2009 | 2008 | 2007 | 2006 | 2005 | 2004 | 2003 | 2002 | 2001 | 2000 | 1999
Number of items: 110.

2016

Miller, G. (2016) Daniel Burston, a forgotten Freudian: the passion of Karl Stern. History of Psychiatry, [Book Review] (Accepted for Publication)

Miller, G. (2016) Disability in science fiction: representations of technology as cure edited by Kathryn Allan. Medical Humanities, [Book Review] (Accepted for Publication)

Miller, G. (2016) E. M. Jones and E. M. Tansey (eds), The Development of Narrative Practices in Medicine c.1960-c.2000. Social History of Medicine, 29(1), pp. 195-196. (doi:10.1093/shm/hkv117) [Book Review]

Miller, G. (2016) Different strokes, smokes, for different folks: Naomi Mitchison's solution three. Bottle Imp(19),

Miller, G. (2016) Madness decolonized?: Madness as transnational identity in Gail Hornstein’s Agnes’s Jacket. Journal of Medical Humanities, (Accepted for Publication)

Miller, G. (2016) Reflecting on the medicalization of distress. In: White, R., Jain, S., Read, U. and Orr, D. (eds.) The Palgrave Handbook of Global Mental Health: Sociocultural Perspectives. Palgrave MacMillan. (Accepted for Publication)

Miller, G. (2016) Valid ethics versus probable histories. Philosophy, Psychiatry and Psychology, (Accepted for Publication)

2015

Miller, G. (2015) Psychiatric penguins: writing on psychiatry for Penguin Books Ltd, c.1950-c.1980. History of the Human Sciences, 28(4), pp. 76-101. (doi:10.1177/0952695115586121)

Miller, G. (2015) Winifred Rushforth and the Davidson Clinic for Medical Psychotherapy: a case study in the overlap of psychotherapy, Christianity, and New Age spirituality. History of Psychiatry, 26(3), pp. 303-317. (doi:10.1177/0957154X14554374)

Miller, G. (2015) Testimony of experience: docta ignorantia and the Philadelphia association communities. European Journal of Psychotherapy & Counselling, 17(2), pp. 219-220. (doi:10.1080/13642537.2015.1034469) [Book Review]

2014

Miller, G. (2014) Is the agenda for global mental health a form of cultural imperialism? Medical Humanities, 40(2), pp. 131-134. (doi:10.1136/medhum-2013-010471) (PMID:24625368)

Miller, G. (2014) Review of: Theodor Itten and Courtenay Young (eds), R.D. Laing: 50 Years Since The Divided Self. History of Psychiatry, 25(3), pp. 383-384. (doi:10.1177/0957154X14529479d) [Book Review]

Miller, G. (2014) Review of: Jonathan Toms, Mental Hygiene and Psychiatry in Modern Britain. Social History of Medicine, 27(2), pp. 410-411. (doi:10.1093/shm/hkt117) [Book Review]

Miller, G. (2014) Sick of Scottish Literature. Bottle Imp(15),

Miller, G. (2014) Review of: Nancy Easterlin, A Biocultural Approach to Literary Theory and Interpretation. Modern Language Review, 109(1), pp. 239-240. (doi:10.5699/modelangrevi.109.1.0239) [Book Review]

Miller, G. (2014) Making Fairbairn’s psychoanalysis thinkable: Henry Drummond’s natural laws of the spiritual world. In: Clarke, G. S. and Scharff, D. E. (eds.) Fairbairn and the Object Relations Tradition. Karnac Books: London, pp. 41-48. ISBN 9781780490823

Miller, G. (2014) Review of: Alasdair Gray, Of Me and Others. Bottle Imp(16), [Book Review]

Willis, A., Bondi, L., Burgess, M., Miller, G., and Fergusson, D. (2014) Engaging with a history of counselling, spirituality and faith in Scotland: a readers' theatre script. British Journal of Guidance and Counselling, 42(5), pp. 525-543. (doi:10.1080/03069885.2014.928667)

2013

Miller, G. (2013) Crossing the border: pastoral theology and psychotherapy. Expository Times, 124(4), pp. 157-165. (doi:10.1177/0014524612464317)

Miller, G. (2013) Resisting self-spirituality: counselling as spirituality in the dialogues of Hans Schauder and Marcus Lefébure. Journal of Contemporary Religion, 28(1), pp. 125-140. (doi:10.1080/13537903.2013.750850)

2012

Miller, G. (2012) Review of: Mary Bergstein, Mirrors of Memory: Freud, Photography, and the History of Art. History of Psychiatry, 23(4), pp. 506-507. (doi:10.1177/0957154X12464325c) [Book Review]

Miller, G. (2012) R.D. Laing's theological hinterland: the contrast between mysticism and communion. History of Psychiatry, 23(2), pp. 139-155. (doi:10.1177/0957154X11401181)

2011

Miller, G. (2011) Between enlightenment and the end of history: Ken MacLeod's Engines of light. In: McCracken-Flesher, C. (ed.) Scotland as Science Fiction. Bucknell University Press: Lewisburg, PA, pp. 67-83. ISBN 9781611483741

2010

Miller, G. (2010) The apathetic fallacy. Philosophy and Literature, 34(1), pp. 48-64. (doi:10.1353/phl.0.0080)

Miller, G. (2010) Irvine Welsh. In: Parini, J. (ed.) British Writers Supplement XVII. Charles Scribner's Sons: Detroit, USA. ISBN 9780684315973

Miller, G. (2010) Octavia Butler's Parable of the Sower : the Third World as topos for a U.S. utopia. In: Hoagland, E. and Sarwal, R. (eds.) Science Fiction, Imperialism and the Third World: Essays on Postcolonial Literature and Film. McFarland: Jefferson, NC, pp. 202-212. ISBN 9780786447893

Miller, G. (2010) Scottish studies profile: Dr Gavin Miller. Bottle Imp(8),

Miller, G. (2010) Welsh and identity politics. In: Schoene, B. (ed.) Edinburgh Companion to Irvine Welsh. Series: Edinburgh companions to Scottish literature. Edinburgh University Press: Edinburgh, pp. 89-99. ISBN 9780748639175

Miller, G. (2010) Review of: Cairns Craig, Intending Scotland: Explorations of Scottish Culture since the Enlightenment. Scottish Affairs(70), pp. 114-117. [Book Review]

Miller, G. (2010) Review of: Nina Cornyetz and J. Keith Vincent (eds), Perversion and Modern Japan: Psychoanalysis, Literature, Culture. Social History of Medicine, 23(3), pp. 680-682. (doi:10.1093/shm/hkq065) [Book Review]

2009

Miller, G. (2009) Review of: Richard A. Skues, Sigmund Freud and the History of Anna O.: Reopening a Closed Case. History of Psychiatry, 20(4), pp. 509-510. (doi:10.1177/0957154X090200040205) [Book Review]

Miller, G. (2009) How Scottish was R.D. Laing? History of Psychiatry, 20(2), pp. 226-232. (doi:10.1177/0957154X08101223)

Miller, G. (2009) R.D. Laing and theology: the influence of Christian existentialism on The Divided Self. History of the Human Sciences, 22(2), pp. 1-21. (doi:10.1177/0952695108101284)

Miller, G. (2009) Scotland’s authentic plurality: the new essentialism in Scottish Studies. Scottish Literary Review, 1(1), pp. 157-174.

Miller, G. (2009) Scottish science fiction: writing Scottish literature back into history. Etudes Ecossaises, 12, pp. 121-133.

Miller, G. (2009) Review of: Isobel Hunter-Brown. R.D. Laing and Psycho-dynamic Psychiatry in 1950s Glasgow: A Reappraisal. Journal of the History of the Behavioral Sciences, 45(2), pp. 171-172. (doi:10.1002/jhbs.20370) [Book Review]

2008

Miller, G. (2008) Animals, empathy, and care in Naomi Mitchison's 'Memoirs of a Spacewoman'. Science Fiction Studies, 105,

Miller, G. (2008) Beyond the secure base: why the maternal matters. Studies in the Maternal, 1(1),

Miller, G. (2008) Faith, Theology and Psychoanalysis by Trevor M. Dobbs, Psychoanalysis and Religion in the 21st Century edited by David M. Black. International Journal of Psychoanalysis, 89(3), pp. 679-685. (doi:10.1111/j.1745-8315.2008.00051-04.x) [Book Review]

Miller, G. (2008) George Mackay Brown. In: Alexander Malcolm, C. and Malcolm, D. (eds.) Companion to the British and Irish Short Story. Series: Blackwell companions to literature and culture (56). Blackwell: Oxford, pp. 472-479. ISBN 9781405145374

Miller, G. (2008) Political repression and sexual freedom in Brave New World and 1984. In: Izzo, D. G. and Kirkpatrick, K. (eds.) Huxley’s Brave New World: Essays. McFarland: Jefferson, NC, pp. 17-25. ISBN 9780786436835

Miller, G. (2008) Psychiatry as hermeneutics: R.D. Laing’s argument with natural science. Journal of Humanistic Psychology, 48(1), pp. 42-60. (doi:10.1177/0022167806295186)

Miller, G. (2008) Scottish psychoanalysis: a rational religion. Journal of the History of the Behavioral Sciences, 44(1), pp. 38-58. (doi:10.1002/jhbs.20281)

Miller, G. (2008) The Scottish short story (after 1945). In: Alexander Malcolm, C. and Malcolm, D. (eds.) Companion to the British and Irish Short Story. Series: Blackwell companions to literature and culture (56). Blackwell: Oxford, pp. 294-307. ISBN 9781405145374

Miller, G. (2008) Sympathy as cognitive impairment in Robin Jenkins’s The Cone-Gatherers: the limits of homo sacer. Journal of Literary and Cultural Disability Studies, 2(1), pp. 22-31. (doi:10.3828/jlcds.2.1.4)

Miller, G. (2008) Why Scottish personal relations theory matters politically. Scottish Affairs(62), pp. 47-62.

Miller, G. (2008) Review of: Jill and David Scharff (eds), The Legacy of Fairbairn and Sutherland: Psychotherapeutic Applications. American Imago, 64(4), pp. 575-581. (doi:10.1353/aim.2008.0001) [Book Review]

2007

Miller, G. (2007) 7:84. In: Cody, G.H. and Sprinchorn, E. (eds.) Columbia Encyclopedia of Modern Drama. Columbia University Press: New York, USA, p. 1213. ISBN 9780231140324

Miller, G. (2007) The Admirable Crichton. In: Cody, G.H. and Sprinchorn, E. (eds.) Columbia Encyclopedia of Modern Drama. Columbia University Press: New York, USA, pp. 11-12. ISBN 9780231140324

Miller, G. (2007) Games without competition: Iain M. Banks’s ‘play ethic'. In: Mead, D. and Frelik, P. (eds.) Playing the Universe: Games and Gaming in Science Fiction. Maria Curie-Skłodowska University Press: Lublin, pp. 55-65. ISBN 9788322726563

Miller, G. (2007) Iain (M.) Banks: literature, nationalism, and the posthuman. In: Schoene-Harwood, B. (ed.) Edinburgh Companion to Contemporary Scottish Literature. Edinburgh University Press: Edinburgh, UK, pp. 202-209. ISBN 9780748623952

Miller, G. (2007) John Macmurray’s psychotherapeutic Christianity: the influence of Alfred Adler and Fritz Künkel. Journal of Scottish Thought, pp. 103-121.

Miller, G. (2007) A Reply to Robert R. Calder. Scottish Affairs(58), pp. 145-147.

Miller, G. (2007) A 'wall of ideas': the taboo on tenderness in theory and culture. New Literary History, 38(4), pp. 667-681. (doi:10.1353/nlh.2008.0010)

Miller, G. (2007) Review of: Alan Freeman, Imagined Worlds: Fiction by Scottish Women 1900–1935. International Fiction Review, 34(1-2), pp. 162-164. [Book Review]

Miller, G. (2007) Review of: Duncan Petrie, Contemporary Scottish Fictions: Film, Television and the Novel. International Fiction Review, 34(1-2), pp. 157-158. [Book Review]

Miller, G. (2007) Review of: Michael Gardiner, From Trocchi to Trainspotting: Scottish Critical Theory Since 1960. Scottish Affairs(60), pp. 161-165. [Book Review]

2006

Miller, G. (2006) Review of: Shakespeare and Scotland by Willy Maley and Andrew Murphy (eds). Scottish Affairs, 54, pp. 113-116. (doi:10.3366/scot.2006.0008) [Book Review]

Miller, G. (2006) Aesthetic depersonalization in Louise Welsh’s The Cutting Room. Journal of Narrative Theory, 36(1), pp. 72-89.

Miller, G. (2006) Exorcising the demons: science and religion in communion. Discover NLS(3), pp. 21-23.

Miller, G. (2006) R.D. Laing's language of experience. PsyArt: A Hyperlink Journal for the Psychological Study of the Arts,

Miller, G. (2006) 'Words of truth and soberness'? R.D. Laing's self-portraiture. In: Hare, B. and Bielecka, P. (eds.) Divided Selves: The Scottish Self-Portrait from the 17th Century to the Present. Fleming-Wyfold Art Foundation: London, UK, pp. 55-59. ISBN 9780954513733

Miller, G. (2006) Review of: Alan Riach, Representing Scotland in Literature, Popular Culture and Iconography. Scottish Affairs(55), pp. 125-128. [Book Review]

Miller, G. (2006) Review of: H. Gustav Klaus and Stephen Knight (eds), 'To Hell with Culture': Anarchism and Twentieth-Century British Literature. Forum for Modern Language Studies, 42(3), pp. 328-329. (doi:10.1093/fmls/cql065) [Book Review]

Miller, G. (2006) Review of: R.D. Laing: Contemporary Perspectives. Journal of the History of the Behavioral Sciences, 42(3), pp. 294-295. (doi:10.1002/jhbs.20182) [Book Review]

2005

Miller, G. (2005) Review of: Elizabeth Klaver (ed.), Images of the Corpse: From the Renaissance to Cyberspace. Forum for Modern Language Studies, 41(4), pp. 455-456. (doi:10.1093/fmls/cqi317) [Book Review]

Burston, D., and Miller, G. (2005) Wisdom, madness and folly. Literary Encyclopedia,

Burston, D., and Miller, G. (2005) The voice of experience. Literary Encyclopedia,

Burston, D., and Miller, G. (2005) Conversations with children. Literary Encyclopedia,

Burston, D., and Miller, G. (2005) Do you love me?: an entertainment in conversation and verse. Literary Encyclopedia,

Burston, D., and Miller, G. (2005) Interpersonal perception. Literary Encyclopedia,

Burston, D., and Miller, G. (2005) Knots. Literary Encyclopedia,

Burston, D., and Miller, G. (2005) Sanity, madness and the family. Literary Encyclopedia,

Burston, D., and Miller, G. (2005) Self and others. Literary Encyclopedia,

Burston, D., and Miller, G. (2005) Sonnets. Literary Encyclopedia,

Burston, D., and Miller, G. (2005) The divided self. Literary Encyclopedia,

Burston, D., and Miller, G. (2005) The facts of life. Literary Encyclopedia,

Burston, D., and Miller, G. (2005) The politics of experience and the bird of paradise. Literary Encyclopedia,

Burston, D., and Miller, G. (2005) The politics of the family. Literary Encyclopedia,

Burston, D., and Miller, G. (2005) R.D. Laing. Literary Encyclopedia,

Miller, G. (2005) Review of: Andrew Duncan, Centre and Periphery in Modern British Poetry. Forum for Modern Language Studies, 41(3), p. 345. (doi:10.1093/fmls/cqi196) [Book Review]

Miller, G. (2005) Alasdair Gray. In: Malcolm, C.A. and Malcolm, D. (eds.) British and Irish Short-Fiction Writers 1945-2000. Series: Dictionary of literary biography (319). Thomson/Gale: Detroit, USA, pp. 90-98. ISBN 9780787681371

Miller, G. (2005) Alasdair Gray: The Fiction of Communion. Series: Scottish cultural review of language and literature (4). Rodopi: Amsterdam, The Netherlands. ISBN 9789042017573

Miller, G. (2005) How not to 'question Scotland'. Scottish Affairs, 52, pp. 1-14.

Miller, G. (2005) Iain (M.) Banks. In: Parini, J. (ed.) British Writers: Supplement XI: Iain Banks to Alan Warner. Charles Scribner's Sons: New York, USA, pp. 1-15. ISBN 9780684313139

Miller, G. (2005) R.D. Laing: the all-consuming life of an alcoholic psychiatrist. Scotsman Online,

Miller, G. (2005) The cult of the White Goddess in Alasdair Gray’s Lanark. Studies in Scottish Literature(33-34), pp. 291-307.

Miller, G. (2005) National Confessions: queer theory meets Scottish literature. Scottish Studies Review, 6(2), pp. 60-71.

Miller, G. (2005) Review of: Eleanor Bell, Questioning Scotland. Scottish Studies Review, 6(1), pp. 118-120. [Book Review]

Miller, G. (2005) Review of: Luis de Juan, Postmodernist Strategies in Alasdair Gray’s Lanark. Scottish Studies Review, 6(2), pp. 122-124. [Book Review]

2004

Bell, E. and Miller, G., (Eds.) (2004) Scotland in Theory: Reflections on Culture and Literature. Series: Scottish cultural review of language and literature. Rodopi: Amsterdam, The Netherlands. ISBN 9789042010284

Miller, G. (2004) ‘Persuade without convincing… represent without reasoning’: the inferiorist mythology of the Scots language. In: Bell, E. and Miller, G. (eds.) Scotland in Theory: Reflections on Culture and Literature. Rodopi: Amsterdam, The Netherlands, pp. 197-209. ISBN 9789042010284

Miller, G. (2004) R.D. Laing. Series: Edinburgh review. Edinburgh University Press: Edinburgh, UK. ISBN 9781859332573

Miller, G. (2004) Review of: Phil Moores (ed.), Alasdair Gray: Critical Appreciations and a Bibliography. Edinburgh Review(113), pp. 83-85. [Book Review]

Miller, G. (2004) Review of: Richard Doyle, Wetwares: Experiments in Post-Vital Living. Janus Head, 7(2), pp. 507-509. [Book Review]

2003

Miller, G. (2003) Alasdair Gray. In: Parini, J. (ed.) British Writers Supplement IX. Charles Scribner's Sons: New York, USA, pp. 79-94. ISBN 9780684312378

2002

Miller, G. (2002) R.D. Laing. Edinburgh Review, 110, pp. 85-90.

Miller, G. (2002) 'We are all murderers and prostitutes': R.D. Laing and the work of Alasdair Gray. PsyArt: A Hyperlink Journal for the Psychological Study of the Arts,

2001

Miller, G. (2001) Literary narrative as soteriology in the work of Kurt Vonnegut and Alasdair Gray. Journal of Narrative Theory, 31(3), pp. 299-323. (doi:10.1353/jnt.2011.0055)

Miller, G. (2001) Robin Jenkins's 'Poor Angus': confessions of a justified artist. Edinburgh Review(106), pp. 33-38.

Miller, G. (2001) The democratic psyche: Scotland's philosophical psychiatry. Irish Review, 28, pp. 108-124.

Miller, G. (2001) Cognition and community: the Scottish philosophical context of the ‘divided self’. Janus Head, 4(1), pp. 104-129.

Miller, G. (2001) Review of: Stephen Bernstein, Alasdair Gray. Edinburgh Review(106), pp. 119-120. [Book Review]

2000

Miller, G. (2000) Pure dead mental: Toni Davidson's 'Scar Culture'. Edinburgh Review(103), pp. 133-140.

Miller, G. (2000) Review of: Derrick J. McClure, Language, Poetry and Nationhood: Scots as a Poetic Language from 1878 to the Present. Edinburgh Review(105), pp. 193-195. [Book Review]

Miller, G. (2000) Review of: Frances Williams, Wild Blue. Edinburgh Review, 104, pp. 153-154. [Book Review]

Miller, G. (2000) Review of: John Seabrook, Nobrow: The Culture of Marketing; The Marketing of Culture. Edinburgh Review(104), pp. 140-141. [Book Review]

Miller, G. (2000) Review of: Magi Gibson, Wild Women of a Certain Age; Janet Paisley, Ye Cannae Win. Edinburgh Review(105), pp. 195-197. [Book Review]

Miller, G. (2000) Review of: Raymond Friel and Richard Price, Renfrewshire in Old Photographs. Edinburgh Review(104), pp. 149-150. [Book Review]

1999

Miller, G. (1999) An introduction to the work of George Friel. In: Roy, K. (ed.) Dictionary of Scottish Biography: Volume One: 1971-75. Carrick Media: Irvine, UK, pp. 50-52. ISBN 9780946724413

This list was generated on Tue Aug 30 10:49:07 2016 BST.
Number of items: 110.

Articles

Miller, G. (2016) Different strokes, smokes, for different folks: Naomi Mitchison's solution three. Bottle Imp(19),

Miller, G. (2016) Madness decolonized?: Madness as transnational identity in Gail Hornstein’s Agnes’s Jacket. Journal of Medical Humanities, (Accepted for Publication)

Miller, G. (2016) Valid ethics versus probable histories. Philosophy, Psychiatry and Psychology, (Accepted for Publication)

Miller, G. (2015) Psychiatric penguins: writing on psychiatry for Penguin Books Ltd, c.1950-c.1980. History of the Human Sciences, 28(4), pp. 76-101. (doi:10.1177/0952695115586121)

Miller, G. (2015) Winifred Rushforth and the Davidson Clinic for Medical Psychotherapy: a case study in the overlap of psychotherapy, Christianity, and New Age spirituality. History of Psychiatry, 26(3), pp. 303-317. (doi:10.1177/0957154X14554374)

Miller, G. (2014) Is the agenda for global mental health a form of cultural imperialism? Medical Humanities, 40(2), pp. 131-134. (doi:10.1136/medhum-2013-010471) (PMID:24625368)

Miller, G. (2014) Sick of Scottish Literature. Bottle Imp(15),

Willis, A., Bondi, L., Burgess, M., Miller, G., and Fergusson, D. (2014) Engaging with a history of counselling, spirituality and faith in Scotland: a readers' theatre script. British Journal of Guidance and Counselling, 42(5), pp. 525-543. (doi:10.1080/03069885.2014.928667)

Miller, G. (2013) Crossing the border: pastoral theology and psychotherapy. Expository Times, 124(4), pp. 157-165. (doi:10.1177/0014524612464317)

Miller, G. (2013) Resisting self-spirituality: counselling as spirituality in the dialogues of Hans Schauder and Marcus Lefébure. Journal of Contemporary Religion, 28(1), pp. 125-140. (doi:10.1080/13537903.2013.750850)

Miller, G. (2012) R.D. Laing's theological hinterland: the contrast between mysticism and communion. History of Psychiatry, 23(2), pp. 139-155. (doi:10.1177/0957154X11401181)

Miller, G. (2010) The apathetic fallacy. Philosophy and Literature, 34(1), pp. 48-64. (doi:10.1353/phl.0.0080)

Miller, G. (2010) Scottish studies profile: Dr Gavin Miller. Bottle Imp(8),

Miller, G. (2009) How Scottish was R.D. Laing? History of Psychiatry, 20(2), pp. 226-232. (doi:10.1177/0957154X08101223)

Miller, G. (2009) R.D. Laing and theology: the influence of Christian existentialism on The Divided Self. History of the Human Sciences, 22(2), pp. 1-21. (doi:10.1177/0952695108101284)

Miller, G. (2009) Scotland’s authentic plurality: the new essentialism in Scottish Studies. Scottish Literary Review, 1(1), pp. 157-174.

Miller, G. (2009) Scottish science fiction: writing Scottish literature back into history. Etudes Ecossaises, 12, pp. 121-133.

Miller, G. (2008) Animals, empathy, and care in Naomi Mitchison's 'Memoirs of a Spacewoman'. Science Fiction Studies, 105,

Miller, G. (2008) Beyond the secure base: why the maternal matters. Studies in the Maternal, 1(1),

Miller, G. (2008) Psychiatry as hermeneutics: R.D. Laing’s argument with natural science. Journal of Humanistic Psychology, 48(1), pp. 42-60. (doi:10.1177/0022167806295186)

Miller, G. (2008) Scottish psychoanalysis: a rational religion. Journal of the History of the Behavioral Sciences, 44(1), pp. 38-58. (doi:10.1002/jhbs.20281)

Miller, G. (2008) Sympathy as cognitive impairment in Robin Jenkins’s The Cone-Gatherers: the limits of homo sacer. Journal of Literary and Cultural Disability Studies, 2(1), pp. 22-31. (doi:10.3828/jlcds.2.1.4)

Miller, G. (2008) Why Scottish personal relations theory matters politically. Scottish Affairs(62), pp. 47-62.

Miller, G. (2007) John Macmurray’s psychotherapeutic Christianity: the influence of Alfred Adler and Fritz Künkel. Journal of Scottish Thought, pp. 103-121.

Miller, G. (2007) A Reply to Robert R. Calder. Scottish Affairs(58), pp. 145-147.

Miller, G. (2007) A 'wall of ideas': the taboo on tenderness in theory and culture. New Literary History, 38(4), pp. 667-681. (doi:10.1353/nlh.2008.0010)

Miller, G. (2006) Aesthetic depersonalization in Louise Welsh’s The Cutting Room. Journal of Narrative Theory, 36(1), pp. 72-89.

Miller, G. (2006) Exorcising the demons: science and religion in communion. Discover NLS(3), pp. 21-23.

Miller, G. (2006) R.D. Laing's language of experience. PsyArt: A Hyperlink Journal for the Psychological Study of the Arts,

Burston, D., and Miller, G. (2005) Wisdom, madness and folly. Literary Encyclopedia,

Burston, D., and Miller, G. (2005) The voice of experience. Literary Encyclopedia,

Burston, D., and Miller, G. (2005) Conversations with children. Literary Encyclopedia,

Burston, D., and Miller, G. (2005) Do you love me?: an entertainment in conversation and verse. Literary Encyclopedia,

Burston, D., and Miller, G. (2005) Interpersonal perception. Literary Encyclopedia,

Burston, D., and Miller, G. (2005) Knots. Literary Encyclopedia,

Burston, D., and Miller, G. (2005) Sanity, madness and the family. Literary Encyclopedia,

Burston, D., and Miller, G. (2005) Self and others. Literary Encyclopedia,

Burston, D., and Miller, G. (2005) Sonnets. Literary Encyclopedia,

Burston, D., and Miller, G. (2005) The divided self. Literary Encyclopedia,

Burston, D., and Miller, G. (2005) The facts of life. Literary Encyclopedia,

Burston, D., and Miller, G. (2005) The politics of experience and the bird of paradise. Literary Encyclopedia,

Burston, D., and Miller, G. (2005) The politics of the family. Literary Encyclopedia,

Burston, D., and Miller, G. (2005) R.D. Laing. Literary Encyclopedia,

Miller, G. (2005) How not to 'question Scotland'. Scottish Affairs, 52, pp. 1-14.

Miller, G. (2005) R.D. Laing: the all-consuming life of an alcoholic psychiatrist. Scotsman Online,

Miller, G. (2005) The cult of the White Goddess in Alasdair Gray’s Lanark. Studies in Scottish Literature(33-34), pp. 291-307.

Miller, G. (2005) National Confessions: queer theory meets Scottish literature. Scottish Studies Review, 6(2), pp. 60-71.

Miller, G. (2002) R.D. Laing. Edinburgh Review, 110, pp. 85-90.

Miller, G. (2002) 'We are all murderers and prostitutes': R.D. Laing and the work of Alasdair Gray. PsyArt: A Hyperlink Journal for the Psychological Study of the Arts,

Miller, G. (2001) Literary narrative as soteriology in the work of Kurt Vonnegut and Alasdair Gray. Journal of Narrative Theory, 31(3), pp. 299-323. (doi:10.1353/jnt.2011.0055)

Miller, G. (2001) Robin Jenkins's 'Poor Angus': confessions of a justified artist. Edinburgh Review(106), pp. 33-38.

Miller, G. (2001) The democratic psyche: Scotland's philosophical psychiatry. Irish Review, 28, pp. 108-124.

Miller, G. (2001) Cognition and community: the Scottish philosophical context of the ‘divided self’. Janus Head, 4(1), pp. 104-129.

Miller, G. (2000) Pure dead mental: Toni Davidson's 'Scar Culture'. Edinburgh Review(103), pp. 133-140.

Books

Miller, G. (2005) Alasdair Gray: The Fiction of Communion. Series: Scottish cultural review of language and literature (4). Rodopi: Amsterdam, The Netherlands. ISBN 9789042017573

Miller, G. (2004) R.D. Laing. Series: Edinburgh review. Edinburgh University Press: Edinburgh, UK. ISBN 9781859332573

Book Sections

Miller, G. (2016) Reflecting on the medicalization of distress. In: White, R., Jain, S., Read, U. and Orr, D. (eds.) The Palgrave Handbook of Global Mental Health: Sociocultural Perspectives. Palgrave MacMillan. (Accepted for Publication)

Miller, G. (2014) Making Fairbairn’s psychoanalysis thinkable: Henry Drummond’s natural laws of the spiritual world. In: Clarke, G. S. and Scharff, D. E. (eds.) Fairbairn and the Object Relations Tradition. Karnac Books: London, pp. 41-48. ISBN 9781780490823

Miller, G. (2011) Between enlightenment and the end of history: Ken MacLeod's Engines of light. In: McCracken-Flesher, C. (ed.) Scotland as Science Fiction. Bucknell University Press: Lewisburg, PA, pp. 67-83. ISBN 9781611483741

Miller, G. (2010) Irvine Welsh. In: Parini, J. (ed.) British Writers Supplement XVII. Charles Scribner's Sons: Detroit, USA. ISBN 9780684315973

Miller, G. (2010) Octavia Butler's Parable of the Sower : the Third World as topos for a U.S. utopia. In: Hoagland, E. and Sarwal, R. (eds.) Science Fiction, Imperialism and the Third World: Essays on Postcolonial Literature and Film. McFarland: Jefferson, NC, pp. 202-212. ISBN 9780786447893

Miller, G. (2010) Welsh and identity politics. In: Schoene, B. (ed.) Edinburgh Companion to Irvine Welsh. Series: Edinburgh companions to Scottish literature. Edinburgh University Press: Edinburgh, pp. 89-99. ISBN 9780748639175

Miller, G. (2008) George Mackay Brown. In: Alexander Malcolm, C. and Malcolm, D. (eds.) Companion to the British and Irish Short Story. Series: Blackwell companions to literature and culture (56). Blackwell: Oxford, pp. 472-479. ISBN 9781405145374

Miller, G. (2008) Political repression and sexual freedom in Brave New World and 1984. In: Izzo, D. G. and Kirkpatrick, K. (eds.) Huxley’s Brave New World: Essays. McFarland: Jefferson, NC, pp. 17-25. ISBN 9780786436835

Miller, G. (2008) The Scottish short story (after 1945). In: Alexander Malcolm, C. and Malcolm, D. (eds.) Companion to the British and Irish Short Story. Series: Blackwell companions to literature and culture (56). Blackwell: Oxford, pp. 294-307. ISBN 9781405145374

Miller, G. (2007) 7:84. In: Cody, G.H. and Sprinchorn, E. (eds.) Columbia Encyclopedia of Modern Drama. Columbia University Press: New York, USA, p. 1213. ISBN 9780231140324

Miller, G. (2007) The Admirable Crichton. In: Cody, G.H. and Sprinchorn, E. (eds.) Columbia Encyclopedia of Modern Drama. Columbia University Press: New York, USA, pp. 11-12. ISBN 9780231140324

Miller, G. (2007) Games without competition: Iain M. Banks’s ‘play ethic'. In: Mead, D. and Frelik, P. (eds.) Playing the Universe: Games and Gaming in Science Fiction. Maria Curie-Skłodowska University Press: Lublin, pp. 55-65. ISBN 9788322726563

Miller, G. (2007) Iain (M.) Banks: literature, nationalism, and the posthuman. In: Schoene-Harwood, B. (ed.) Edinburgh Companion to Contemporary Scottish Literature. Edinburgh University Press: Edinburgh, UK, pp. 202-209. ISBN 9780748623952

Miller, G. (2006) 'Words of truth and soberness'? R.D. Laing's self-portraiture. In: Hare, B. and Bielecka, P. (eds.) Divided Selves: The Scottish Self-Portrait from the 17th Century to the Present. Fleming-Wyfold Art Foundation: London, UK, pp. 55-59. ISBN 9780954513733

Miller, G. (2005) Alasdair Gray. In: Malcolm, C.A. and Malcolm, D. (eds.) British and Irish Short-Fiction Writers 1945-2000. Series: Dictionary of literary biography (319). Thomson/Gale: Detroit, USA, pp. 90-98. ISBN 9780787681371

Miller, G. (2005) Iain (M.) Banks. In: Parini, J. (ed.) British Writers: Supplement XI: Iain Banks to Alan Warner. Charles Scribner's Sons: New York, USA, pp. 1-15. ISBN 9780684313139

Miller, G. (2004) ‘Persuade without convincing… represent without reasoning’: the inferiorist mythology of the Scots language. In: Bell, E. and Miller, G. (eds.) Scotland in Theory: Reflections on Culture and Literature. Rodopi: Amsterdam, The Netherlands, pp. 197-209. ISBN 9789042010284

Miller, G. (2003) Alasdair Gray. In: Parini, J. (ed.) British Writers Supplement IX. Charles Scribner's Sons: New York, USA, pp. 79-94. ISBN 9780684312378

Miller, G. (1999) An introduction to the work of George Friel. In: Roy, K. (ed.) Dictionary of Scottish Biography: Volume One: 1971-75. Carrick Media: Irvine, UK, pp. 50-52. ISBN 9780946724413

Book Reviews

Miller, G. (2016) Daniel Burston, a forgotten Freudian: the passion of Karl Stern. History of Psychiatry, [Book Review] (Accepted for Publication)

Miller, G. (2016) Disability in science fiction: representations of technology as cure edited by Kathryn Allan. Medical Humanities, [Book Review] (Accepted for Publication)

Miller, G. (2016) E. M. Jones and E. M. Tansey (eds), The Development of Narrative Practices in Medicine c.1960-c.2000. Social History of Medicine, 29(1), pp. 195-196. (doi:10.1093/shm/hkv117) [Book Review]

Miller, G. (2015) Testimony of experience: docta ignorantia and the Philadelphia association communities. European Journal of Psychotherapy & Counselling, 17(2), pp. 219-220. (doi:10.1080/13642537.2015.1034469) [Book Review]

Miller, G. (2014) Review of: Theodor Itten and Courtenay Young (eds), R.D. Laing: 50 Years Since The Divided Self. History of Psychiatry, 25(3), pp. 383-384. (doi:10.1177/0957154X14529479d) [Book Review]

Miller, G. (2014) Review of: Jonathan Toms, Mental Hygiene and Psychiatry in Modern Britain. Social History of Medicine, 27(2), pp. 410-411. (doi:10.1093/shm/hkt117) [Book Review]

Miller, G. (2014) Review of: Nancy Easterlin, A Biocultural Approach to Literary Theory and Interpretation. Modern Language Review, 109(1), pp. 239-240. (doi:10.5699/modelangrevi.109.1.0239) [Book Review]

Miller, G. (2014) Review of: Alasdair Gray, Of Me and Others. Bottle Imp(16), [Book Review]

Miller, G. (2012) Review of: Mary Bergstein, Mirrors of Memory: Freud, Photography, and the History of Art. History of Psychiatry, 23(4), pp. 506-507. (doi:10.1177/0957154X12464325c) [Book Review]

Miller, G. (2010) Review of: Cairns Craig, Intending Scotland: Explorations of Scottish Culture since the Enlightenment. Scottish Affairs(70), pp. 114-117. [Book Review]

Miller, G. (2010) Review of: Nina Cornyetz and J. Keith Vincent (eds), Perversion and Modern Japan: Psychoanalysis, Literature, Culture. Social History of Medicine, 23(3), pp. 680-682. (doi:10.1093/shm/hkq065) [Book Review]

Miller, G. (2009) Review of: Richard A. Skues, Sigmund Freud and the History of Anna O.: Reopening a Closed Case. History of Psychiatry, 20(4), pp. 509-510. (doi:10.1177/0957154X090200040205) [Book Review]

Miller, G. (2009) Review of: Isobel Hunter-Brown. R.D. Laing and Psycho-dynamic Psychiatry in 1950s Glasgow: A Reappraisal. Journal of the History of the Behavioral Sciences, 45(2), pp. 171-172. (doi:10.1002/jhbs.20370) [Book Review]

Miller, G. (2008) Faith, Theology and Psychoanalysis by Trevor M. Dobbs, Psychoanalysis and Religion in the 21st Century edited by David M. Black. International Journal of Psychoanalysis, 89(3), pp. 679-685. (doi:10.1111/j.1745-8315.2008.00051-04.x) [Book Review]

Miller, G. (2008) Review of: Jill and David Scharff (eds), The Legacy of Fairbairn and Sutherland: Psychotherapeutic Applications. American Imago, 64(4), pp. 575-581. (doi:10.1353/aim.2008.0001) [Book Review]

Miller, G. (2007) Review of: Alan Freeman, Imagined Worlds: Fiction by Scottish Women 1900–1935. International Fiction Review, 34(1-2), pp. 162-164. [Book Review]

Miller, G. (2007) Review of: Duncan Petrie, Contemporary Scottish Fictions: Film, Television and the Novel. International Fiction Review, 34(1-2), pp. 157-158. [Book Review]

Miller, G. (2007) Review of: Michael Gardiner, From Trocchi to Trainspotting: Scottish Critical Theory Since 1960. Scottish Affairs(60), pp. 161-165. [Book Review]

Miller, G. (2006) Review of: Shakespeare and Scotland by Willy Maley and Andrew Murphy (eds). Scottish Affairs, 54, pp. 113-116. (doi:10.3366/scot.2006.0008) [Book Review]

Miller, G. (2006) Review of: Alan Riach, Representing Scotland in Literature, Popular Culture and Iconography. Scottish Affairs(55), pp. 125-128. [Book Review]

Miller, G. (2006) Review of: H. Gustav Klaus and Stephen Knight (eds), 'To Hell with Culture': Anarchism and Twentieth-Century British Literature. Forum for Modern Language Studies, 42(3), pp. 328-329. (doi:10.1093/fmls/cql065) [Book Review]

Miller, G. (2006) Review of: R.D. Laing: Contemporary Perspectives. Journal of the History of the Behavioral Sciences, 42(3), pp. 294-295. (doi:10.1002/jhbs.20182) [Book Review]

Miller, G. (2005) Review of: Elizabeth Klaver (ed.), Images of the Corpse: From the Renaissance to Cyberspace. Forum for Modern Language Studies, 41(4), pp. 455-456. (doi:10.1093/fmls/cqi317) [Book Review]

Miller, G. (2005) Review of: Andrew Duncan, Centre and Periphery in Modern British Poetry. Forum for Modern Language Studies, 41(3), p. 345. (doi:10.1093/fmls/cqi196) [Book Review]

Miller, G. (2005) Review of: Eleanor Bell, Questioning Scotland. Scottish Studies Review, 6(1), pp. 118-120. [Book Review]

Miller, G. (2005) Review of: Luis de Juan, Postmodernist Strategies in Alasdair Gray’s Lanark. Scottish Studies Review, 6(2), pp. 122-124. [Book Review]

Miller, G. (2004) Review of: Phil Moores (ed.), Alasdair Gray: Critical Appreciations and a Bibliography. Edinburgh Review(113), pp. 83-85. [Book Review]

Miller, G. (2004) Review of: Richard Doyle, Wetwares: Experiments in Post-Vital Living. Janus Head, 7(2), pp. 507-509. [Book Review]

Miller, G. (2001) Review of: Stephen Bernstein, Alasdair Gray. Edinburgh Review(106), pp. 119-120. [Book Review]

Miller, G. (2000) Review of: Derrick J. McClure, Language, Poetry and Nationhood: Scots as a Poetic Language from 1878 to the Present. Edinburgh Review(105), pp. 193-195. [Book Review]

Miller, G. (2000) Review of: Frances Williams, Wild Blue. Edinburgh Review, 104, pp. 153-154. [Book Review]

Miller, G. (2000) Review of: John Seabrook, Nobrow: The Culture of Marketing; The Marketing of Culture. Edinburgh Review(104), pp. 140-141. [Book Review]

Miller, G. (2000) Review of: Magi Gibson, Wild Women of a Certain Age; Janet Paisley, Ye Cannae Win. Edinburgh Review(105), pp. 195-197. [Book Review]

Miller, G. (2000) Review of: Raymond Friel and Richard Price, Renfrewshire in Old Photographs. Edinburgh Review(104), pp. 149-150. [Book Review]

Edited Books

Bell, E. and Miller, G., (Eds.) (2004) Scotland in Theory: Reflections on Culture and Literature. Series: Scottish cultural review of language and literature. Rodopi: Amsterdam, The Netherlands. ISBN 9789042010284

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