Margaret A. Miller

Margaret A. Miller is currently a Ph.D. candidate in English at the University of California, Davis. They are working on a memoir, Life Forms at Boundaries, which weaves together an archive of wetland ecologies and a personal history of transmasculinity, returning to a discourse of the natural as dynamic, fugitive, and mutable. Their dissertation, Gender Troubles: considers nineteenth-century acts of exhaustion: enclosure, drainage, extraction, and land improvement as producing a porous, trans*- becoming-with of bodies—human and nonhuman.