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Cristanne Miller is SUNY Distinguished Professor and the Edward H. Butler Professor of Literature in the English Department. Her primary publications are in the areas of nineteenth- and twentieth-century American poetry, including Emily Dickinson: A Poet's Grammar (1987), Marianne Moore: Questions of Authority (1995), Cultures of Modernism: Marianne Moore, Mina Loy, Else Lasker-Schüler. Gender and Literary Community in New York and Berlin (2005), and Reading In Time: Dickinson in the Nineteenth Century (2012). She has also been involved in editing primary materials in print and digital editions. The primary print editions are Selected Letters of Marianne Moore (co-edited with Bonnie Costello and Celeste Goodridge, 1997), “Words for the Hour”: A New Anthology of American Civil War Poetry (with Faith Barrett, 2005); and Emily Dickinson’s Poems: As She Preserved Them (2016)—which won the MLA Scholarly Edition Prize (2015-16). On digital editions, she served on the Advisory Board of the Emily Dickinson Archive. She was the founding director of the Marianne Moore Digital Archive (MMDA). She has edited two notebooks on the MMDA, a Miscellaneous Notebook from the 1930s, and a Poetry Notebook from 1922-1930. Miller has won several national and international fellowships (NEH, ACLS, the Alexander von Humboldt, and a Humboldt Fellowship); in 2017 she was awarded the UB President’s Medal for Excellence in Scholarship and Service.