Members are encouraged to participate in a variety of Conferences for which the society organizes panels, and whenever possible, to promote the study of Arthur Miller and his work, by facilitating performances, scholarship, primary and secondary publications, and general interest. Please send any information pertaining to these goals to the society's webmaster, Sue Abbotson, 15 Concord Avenue, Cranston, RI 02910: (401) 461 1668.
To join, please send a check (or international money order in American dollars) made payable to The Arthur Miller Society, to:
100-14 160 Avenue,
Howard Beach, NY 11414
Please include name, address, e-mail and academic affiliation (where
appropriate) to whom the membership applies.
Sue Abbotson, Rhode Island College
Paula Langteau, University of Wisconsin, Marinette
Stephen Marino, St. Francis College
Board of Directors
Jane Dominik, San Joaquin Delta College; Kate Egerton, Berea College;
Lew Livesay, St. Peter's College; Brenda Murphy, University of Connecticut;
Josh Polster, Emerson College; and Matthew Roudane, Georgia State University.
Christopher Bigsby, Joan Copeland, Gerald Freeman, Hal Holbrook, James Houghton
Robert A. Martin, Mashiro Oikawa, June Schlueter.
Our founding President, Steve
Centola, sadly passed away in 2008. You can check out our tribute on this site or go to a website, dedicated to Steve, that is
managed by the Relay for Life team, The Art of the Possible, which
continues to run each year in his honor and raise money from other
Since 1996 the society has been a member of the American Literature Association, at whose annual meetings they usually host two panels, as well as society meetings and possible screenings. If you are interested in organizing panels for conferences, such as ALA, ATHE, MLA or American Studies, please let any one of our officers know of your interest.
There have also been occasional special conferences, such as the one at Kean University in February 1999 which discussed the influence of the Holocaust on Miller's work, and was organized to coincide with a performance of Playing For Time. We returned to Kean in Fall 2010 for an American Drama conference built around their production of Thornton Wilder's Our Town, which was a tremendous success.
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Last updated 5 January 2014