Cathleen Miller

Library Liaison to the Department of Society, Culture and Languages and the Women's and Gender Studies Program.

Cathleen Miller holds a Master of Library Science degree from Drexel University and a Master of Arts degree in English with a concentration in Poetry from Temple University.  She has worked in archives at the Historical Society of Pennsylvania, Pennsylvania Hospital, Moore College of Art and Design and the LGBT Archives of Philadelphia.

At UNE, Cathleen seeks to collaborate with faculty members to bring special collections materials into the classroom. She is an interdisciplinary thinker and willing to work within multiple constraints to make sure that UNE students have access to our rich collections of rare books and manuscript materials. Cathleen is a community herbalist, and in that capacity serves as an advisor to the College of Pharmacy on the Medicinal Herb Garden project and is a guest lecturer in their Phytotherapy elective. She is a member of the Ketchum Library Art Gallery committee and currently serves as co-chair of UNE's Environmental Council. Cathleen serves as the team leader for the Green Office initiative at the Abplanalp Library.




Drexel University


M.A. (English)

Temple University



University of North Texas



20th century poetry

experimental poetry and poetics

Third wave feminist writing

herbal medicine

LGBT history


Women and gender studies

environmental ethics


Other Scholarly Activity

"Inhabiting the Patient Experience" IPEC Lunch and Learn presentation with Professor Jennifer Tuttle (2015).

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Cathleen Miller

Cathleen Miller


M.A., M.L.S.

Curator, Maine Women Writers Collection

Environmental Council Co-Chair

Portland Campus

Abplanalp Library
Maine Women Writers Collection

(207) 221-4334

On Campus