Research

I'm primarily interested in Neo-Latin, including paradoxical encomia, medical and scientific literature, and texts related to the New World. I have also worked on erotodidaxis and declamations.

I'm currently working on an article on three Neo-Latin, wholly-unstudied paradoxical encomia of venereal diseases from the seventeenth, eighteenth, and nineteenth centuries. I recently gave a paper on the Latin medical satires of Dr. Christian Gottfried Gruner at the 2019 conference of the Southern Association for the History of Medicine and Science.

Teaching

Fall 2019

CLST 350
Greek Mythology
LAT 201
Intermediate Latin
SMNR 101
Seminar in the Liberal Arts and Sciences for First-Year Students

Winter 2020

CLST 360
Masterworks of Ancient Greek Literature
LAT 203
Intermediate Latin

Spring 2020

CLST 450
Troy Beyond Homer
Eduardo Engelsing is teaching Homer's Iliad and Odyssey in the winter; Troy Beyond Homer will explore the many different perspectives on the Trojan War that develop apart from Homer, from archaic Greece through the middle ages
LAT 203
Intermediate Latin

Other Projects

Nuntii Latini

I also work with the Nuntii Latini team, giving students technical help with producing a weekly Latin news podcast.

Website
nuntiilatini.com
RSS
nuntiilatini.com/feed
Podcast
nuntiilatini.com/feed/podcast
(also listed in the iTunes store)
Twitter
@WWUNuntiiLatini

Taedio Victus

I got bored. Everyone else is doing the whole blog thing, so I should do what other people do.
As Κρέων says, «Σὺ δ᾽ οὐκ ἐπαιδῇ, τῶνδε χωρὶς εἰ φρονεῖς;»

I might add a podcast to that.

Website
millerkrause.com/taedioVictus
RSS
millerkrause.com/taedioVictus/feed

Contact Information

Email
miller.krause@wwu.edu
Office
Miller Hall 122D
Office Hours
every weekday
from 2:30 to 3:30 pm
Phone
+1 (360) 650-4269
Address
MCL WWU Mailstop 9097
516 High Street

Bellingham WA 98225

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