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Miller, T., Barrios, M.M. and Arroyave, J. (2018) Prime-time narcos: The Mafia and gender in Colombian television. Feminist Media Studies . In Press.

Miller, T. (2018) Social Identities from Leicester to Latin London. Social Identities, 24 (1). pp. 7-15.

Miller, T. (2018) We are all activists now. Workplace: A Journal for Academic Labor (30). pp. 70-80.

Miller, T. (2017) Cosmic ambivalence: Academia’s relationship to the popular. Palabra Clave - Revista de Comunicación, 20 (2). pp. 312-315.

Arroyave-Cabrera, J.A. and Miller, T. (2017) De la ecología de medios a la ecología profunda de medios: esclarecer la metáfora y visibilizar su impacto medioambiental. Palabra Clave - Revista de Comunicació, 20 (1). pp. 239-268.

Miller, T. (2017) Donald Trump - Una persona absurda? Quinta Rueda, 1 (1). pp. 30-33.

Miller, T. (2017) Editorial. Where Does Open Cultural Studies Come from? Open Cultural Studies, 1 (1). pp. 1-3.

Ahluwalia, P. and Miller, T. (2017) Editorial: The great fault-line of politics. Social Identities, 23 (3). pp. 253-254.

Maxwell, R. and Miller, T. (2017) Greening cultural policy. International Journal of Cultural Policy, 23 (2). pp. 174-185.

Ahluwalia, P. and Miller, T. (2017) Is social democracy on the run? Social Identities, 23 (5). pp. 501-502.

Gómez, G.O. and Miller, T. (2017) La Televisión más allá de sí misma en América Latina. Comunicación y Sociedad (30). pp. 105-125.

Miller, T. (2017) Las revoluciones de Toby Miller. Sobre la descolonialización de su pensamiento. Entrevista realizada por Rafael González y César Tapias. Quinta Rueda, 1 (1). pp. 6-26.

Malinowska, A. and Miller, T. (2017) Sensitive Media. Open Cultural Studies, 1 (1). pp. 660-665.

Miller, T. (2017) Vibrant and threatened. Czech and Slovak Journal of Humanities: Theatralia et Cinematographica, 2017 (1). pp. 122-123.

Saavedra Utman, J. and Miller, T. (2017) The insignificance of David Bowie: Latin America’s refusal of a “world icon”. Continuum: The Australian Journal of Media and Culture, 31 (4). pp. 509-518.

Ahluwalia, P. and Miller, T. (2017) A new dawn for Cuba: the end of an era. Social Identities, 23 (2). pp. 123-125.

Ahluwalia, P. and Miller, T. (2017) The year of voting dangerously. Social Identities, 23 (1). pp. 1-3.

Ahluwalia, P. and Miller, T. (2016) Brexit: the way of dealing with populism. Social Identities, 22 (5). pp. 453-454.

Barrios, M.M. and Miller, T. (2016) Green passion afloat. Journalism Studies . pp. 1-16.

Miller, T. (2016) Greenwashed sports and environmental activism: Formula 1 and FIFA†. Environmental Communication, 10 (6). pp. 719-733.

Ahluwalia, P. and Miller, T. (2016) Rethinking global cities. Social Identities, 22 (6). pp. 559-560.

Orozco, G. and Miller, T. (2016) Television in Latin America is “everywhere”: Not dead, not dying, but converging and thriving. Media and Communication, 4 (3). p. 99.

Ahluwalia, P. and Miller, T. (2016) Why do wars happen? Social Identities, 22 (4). pp. 347-349.

Maxwell, R. and Miller, T. (2016) The propaganda machine behind the controversy over climate science: Can you spot the lie in this title? American Behavioral Scientist, 60 (3). pp. 288-304.

Miller, T. (2015) Beyond the Barrio - Ladies and Gentlemen, Let's get ready for . . . Graeme Turner and Horace Newcomb. Television & New Media, 16 (1). pp. 94-97.

Miller, T. (2015) Dependencia meets gentle nationalism. Cultural Studies, 29 (4). pp. 515-526.

Miller, T. (2015) The Discourse on Media Is Dominated by Reactionary Cant. Media Industries Journal, 1 (3).

Ahluwalia, P. and Miller, T. (2015) Editorial: To count or not to count? Social Identities, 21 (5). pp. 423-424.

Ahluwalia, P. and Miller, T. (2015) Editorial: We are here because you were there. Social Identities, 21 (6). pp. 527-528.

Miller, T. (2015) How green is this paper? Culture Unbound: Journal of Current Cultural Research, 7 . pp. 588-599.

Ahluwalia, P. and Miller, T. (2015) Religion and violence. Social Identities, 21 (2). pp. 85-86.

Miller, T. (2015) Unsustainable Journalism. Digital Journalism, 3 (5). pp. 653-663.

Miller, T., Getino, O., Sastre, A., Dorcé, A., Vega, A., Delarbre, R.T. and Ramírez, P.O. (2014) “Are You Serious About This Spanish Thing?”. Critical Studies in Media Communication, 31 (5). pp. 343-364.

Miller, T. and Ahluwalia, P. (2014) Editorial. Social Identities, 20 (2-3). pp. 121-122.

Ahluwalia, P. and Miller, T. (2014) Greenwashing social identity. Social Identities, 20 (1). pp. 1-4.

Miller, T. (2014) WikiLeaks, the state, and middle-aged media. International Journal of Communication, 8 (1). pp. 2574-2580.

Miller, T. (2014) The forgotten other of digital TV – From maquila to landfill. International Journal of Digital Television, 5 (1). pp. 91-98.

Ahluwalia, P. and Miller, T. (2014) The prosumer. Social Identities, 20 (4-5). pp. 259-261.

Maxwell, R. and Miller, T. (2013) Cultural materialism, media and the environment. Key Words: A Journal of Cultural Materialism, 11 . pp. 90-106.

Miller, T. (2013) Cultural studies and food sovereignty. Cultural Studies Review, 19 (1). pp. 138-142.

Miller, T. and Ahluwalia, P. (2013) Editorial. Social Identities, 19 (5). pp. 513-514.

Miller, T. and Ahluwalia, P. (2013) Editorial: The new freedoms. Social Identities, 19 (1). pp. 1-2.

Maxwell, R. and Miller, T. (2013) Our dirty love affair with technology. Soundings: A journal of politics and culture (54). pp. 115-126.

Ahluwalia, P. and Miller, T. (2013) Reflections on genocide in Africa. Social Identities, 19 (2). pp. 143-144.

Miller, T. (2013) Why Coldplay sucks. Celebrity Studies, 4 (3). pp. 372-376.

Miller, T. (2013) The children of Reagan’s hippies. R/evolutions: Global Trends & Regional Issues, 1 (1). pp. 78-93.

Miller, T. (2013) A conversation about Blow-ups: Communication studies, critical studies, cultural studies & the current crisis of the humanities James Hay interviews Toby Miller. Communication and Critical/Cultural Studies, 10 (2-3). pp. 183-210.

Miller, T. (2013) The end of the humanities. Public, 48 . pp. 61-68.

Miller, T., Aksikas, J. and Harney, S. (2012) Culture industries: Critical interventions. Lateral (1).

Ahluwalia, P. and Miller, T. (2012) Development and social identities. Social Identities, 18 (5). pp. 495-496.

Miller, T., Schiwy, F. and Salván, M.H. (2012) Distribution, the forgotten element in transnational cinema. Transnational Cinemas, 2 (2). pp. 197-215.

Ahluwalia, P. and Miller, T. (2012) EDITORIAL. Social Identities, 18 (1). pp. 1-2.

Miller, T. and Ahluwalia, P. (2012) Editorial: The cognitariat. Social Identities, 18 (3). pp. 259-260.

Miller, T. (2012) La nueva derecha de los estudios culturales: Las industrias creativas. Tabula Rasa, 15 . pp. 115-135.

Miller, T. (2012) The Yanqui Makeover. Thamyris / Intersecting: place, sex and race, 25 . pp. 187-204.

Maxwell, R. and Miller, T. (2012) The real future of the media. M/C Journal: A Journal of Media and Culture, 15 (3).

Miller, T. (2011) Cultural citizenship. MATRIZes, 4 (2). pp. 57-74.

Miller, T. (2011) Cultural studies in an indicative mode. Communication and Critical/Cultural Studies, 8 (3). pp. 319-322.

Miller, T. and Ahluwalia, P. (2011) Editorial: The Muslim imaginary. Social Identities, 17 (3). pp. 301-302.

Maxwell, R. and Miller, T. (2011) Old, new and middle-aged media convergence. Cultural Studies, 25 (4-5). pp. 585-603.

Maxwell, R. and Miller, T. (2011) Poisonous media. Arena Magazine (115). pp. 10-12.

Miller, T. and Ahluwalia, P. (2011) Wikileaks looks up. Social Identities, 17 (2). p. 167.

Miller, T. (2011) The contingency of (Some) academic labor: Communication studies and the cognitariat. International Journal of Communication, 5 . pp. 1837-1842.

Miller, T. (2010) Culture+Labour=Precariat. Communication and Critical/Cultural Studies, 7 (1). pp. 96-99.

Ahluwalia, P. and Miller, T. (2010) Editorial. Social Identities, 16 (1). pp. 1-2.

Miller, T. (2010) How the Media Biopoliticized Neoliberalism; Or, Foucault Meets Marx. Revista Galáxia, 10 (20). pp. 22-31.

Buscombe, E. and Miller, T. (2010) Introduction: Recalling Manuel Alvarado. Television & New Media, 11 (6). pp. 431-433.

Miller, T. (2010) Manuel Alvarado's Thought. Television & New Media, 11 (6). pp. 434-441.

Miller, T. (2010) Michel Foucault,The birth of biopolitics: lectures at the Collège de France, 1978–79. International Journal of Cultural Policy, 16 (1). pp. 56-57.

Miller, T. (2010) My global financial crisis. Journal of Communication Inquiry, 34 (4). pp. 432-438.

Ahluwalia, P. and Miller, T. (2010) Negating freedom's freedom. Social Identities, 16 (6). pp. 715-716.

Miller, T. (2010) Surveillance: The "Digital Trail of Breadcrumbs". Culture Unbound: Journal of Current Cultural Research, 2 (1). pp. 9-14.

Grantham, B. and Miller, T. (2010) The end of Neoliberalism. Popular Communication, 8 (3). pp. 174-177.

Miller, T. (2009) Afterword: Albert and Michael's recombinant DNA. Continuum: Journal of Media & Cultural Studies, 23 (2). pp. 269-275.

Miller, T. (2009) Dear President-Elect Obama. Politics and Culture, 1 .

Ahluwalia, P. and Miller, T. (2009) Editorial. Social Identities, 15 (2). pp. 167-168.

Miller, T. and Ahluwalia, P. (2009) Editorial: Divided labor, multiplied culture. Social Identities, 15 (6). pp. 745-746.

Ahluwalia, P. and Miller, T. (2009) Editorial: Election reflections. Social Identities, 15 (1). pp. 1-2.

Miller, T. (2009) From creative to cultural industries: Not all industries are cultural, and no industries are creative. Cultural Studies, 23 (1). pp. 88-99.

Miller, T. (2009) My Green Crush. Journal of Visual Culture, 8 (2). pp. 154-158.

Consalvo, M. and Miller, T. (2009) Reinvention through amnesia. Critical Studies in Media Communication, 26 (2). pp. 180-190.

Miller, T. (2009) Sport, culture, and sex. CHASS Newsletter, 6 (1). pp. 7-8.

Miller, T. (2009) The oldest new network: The division of cultural labor and its ecological impact. International Review of Information Ethics, 11 . pp. 31-35.

Miller, T. (2008) “Character”. Communication and Critical/Cultural Studies, 5 (3). pp. 303-306.

Maxwell, R. and Miller, T. (2008) Creative Industries or Wasteful Ones? Urban China, 33 .

Miller, T. and Doran, R. (2008) Creepy Christianity and September 11. SubStance, 37 (1). pp. 118-133.

Miller, T. and Ahluwalia, P. (2008) EDITORIAL: Psychocivilised? Social Identities, 14 (2). pp. 143-144.

Maxwell, R. and Miller, T. (2008) Ecological ethics and media technology. International Journal of Communication, 2 . pp. 331-353.

Ahluwalia, P. and Miller, T. (2008) Editorial. Social Identities, 14 (3). pp. 293-294.

Ahluwalia, P. and Miller, T. (2008) Editorial. Social Identities, 14 (1). pp. 1-2.

Maxwell, R. and Miller, T. (2008) Green smokestacks? Feminist Media Studies, 8 (3). pp. 324-329.

Miller, T. (2008) Media Studies 3.0. Television & New Media, 10 (1). pp. 5-6.

Miller, T. (2008) Ritalin: Panic in the USA. Cultural Studies Review, 14 (2). pp. 103-112.

Miller, T. (2008) Sport, authenticity, confession. Cultural Studies: Critical Methodologies, 8 (4). pp. 540-542.

Miller, T. (2008) Talking tech trash. UCR: The Magazine of UC River, 3 (2). p. 28.

Miller, T. (2008) Who Are These People? Cinema Journal, 47 (4). pp. 121-126.

Miller, T. (2008) The new world makeover. Continuum: Journal of Media & Cultural Studies, 22 (4). pp. 585-590.

Sussman, S., Pentz, M-A, Spruijt-Metz, D. and Miller, T. (2007) Abuse of study drugs: Prevalence, consequences, and implications for therapeutic prescription and policy. Journal of Drug Addiction, Education and Eradication, 2 (3-4). pp. 309-327.

Miller, T. (2007) "Drowning in information and starving for knowledge": 21st Century scholarly publishing. International Journal of Communication, 1 . pp. 123-125.

Miller, T. (2007) Drowning in information and starving for knowledge': 21st-century scholarly publishing. Southern Review: Communication, Politics & Culture, 40 (1). pp. 25-40.

Miller, T. (2006) Comentario. Cultural Analysis, 5 . pp. 107-115.

Sussman, S., Pentz, M., Spruijt-Metz, D. and Miller, T. (2006) Misuse of "study drugs:" Prevalence, consequences, and implications for policy. Substance Abuse Treatment, Prevention, and Policy, 1 (1).

Miller, T. (2006) Murdoch's Garden. Continuum: The Australian Journal of Media and Culture, 20 (1). pp. 13-16.

Ahluwalia, P. and Miller, T. (2005) Editorial Note: Continuity and Change. Social Identities, 11 (1). pp. 1-3.

Miller, T. (2005) Getting to PHILCOM, changing your clothes. The Communication Review, 8 (4). pp. 421-424.

Miller, T. (2005) Intellectuals Postscript. Flow, 3 (8).

Miller, T. and Ottosen, R. (2005) Putting them to work. Politics and Culture, 5 (2).

Miller, T. (2005) Turn Off TV Studies! Cinema Journal, 45 (1). pp. 98-101.

Maxwell, R. and Miller, T. (2005) The cultural labor issue. Social Semiotics, 15 (3). pp. 261-266.

Miller, T. (2005) A metrosexual eye on queer guy. GLQ: A Journal of Lesbian and Gay Studies, 11 (1). pp. 112-117.

Miller, T. (2004) A View from a Fossil. International Journal of Cultural Studies, 7 (1). pp. 55-65.

Miller, T. (2003) Governmentality or commodification? US higher education. Cultural Studies, 17 (6). pp. 897-904.

Miller, T., Rowe, D., McKay, J. and Lawrence, G. (2003) The Over-Production of US sports and the new international Division of Cultural Labor. International Review for the Sociology of Sport, 38 (4). pp. 427-440.

Miller, T. (2003) Studying Up. Television & New Media, 4 (3). pp. 207-209.

Miller, T. and Leger, M.C. (2003) A very childish moral panic: Ritalin. Journal of Medical Humanities, 24 (1/2). pp. 9-33.

Miller, T. (2002) Book Review: Garry Whannel Media Sport Stars: Masculinities and Moralities. London and New York: Routledge, 2002. ISBN: 0415170370. International Review for the Sociology of Sport, 37 (3-4). pp. 471-473.

Miller, T. (2002) Screen Texts – A Polemic. Politics and Culture (1).

Miller, T. (2002) Television A-Z. Television & New Media, 3 (4). pp. 343-344.

Deer, P. and Miller, T. (2002) A day that will live in...? M/C Journal: A Journal of Media and Culture, 5 (1).

Miller, T. (2001) Introducing. .. Cultural Citizenship. Social Text, 19 (4). pp. 1-5.

Miller, T. (2001) Revising screen studies. Television & New Media, 2 (2). pp. 91-93.

Miller, T. and Leger, M.C. (2001) Runaway production, runaway consumption, runaway citizenship: The new international division of cultural labor. Emergences: Journal for the Study of Media & Composite Cultures, 11 (1). pp. 89-115.

Miller, T. (2001) Three strikes and you're out? Television & New Media, 2 (4). pp. 299-301.

Miller, T. (2000) The Economy's New Clothes? Television & New Media, 1 (4). pp. 371-373.

Miller, T. (2000) Hullo Television Studies, Bye-Bye Television? Television & New Media, 1 (1). pp. 3-8.

Miller, T. (2000) The national endowment for the arts in the 1990s. American Behavioral Scientist, 43 (9). pp. 1429-1445.

Miller, T., McKay, J. and Martin, R. (1999) Courting lesbianism. Women & Performance: A journal of feminist theory, 11 (1). pp. 211-234.

Miller, T. (1999) Follow the money, not the metaphor? Journal of Sport & Social Issues, 23 (3). pp. 243-245.

Miller, T. (1999) Hating Sport. Journal of Sport & Social Issues, 23 (1). pp. 3-4.

Miller, T. (1999) Screening the nation: Rethinking options. Cinema Journal, 38 (4). pp. 93-97.

Miller, T. (1999) The collegial quest for truth. Workplace: A Journal for Academic Labor, 4 . pp. 39-41.

Miller, T. (1998) American exceptionalism? Journal of Sport and Social Issues, 22 (4). pp. 347-349.

Miller, T. (1998) Commodifying the male body: Problematizing "hegemonic masculinity. Journal of Sport and Social Issues, 22 (4). pp. 431-446.

Miller, T. (1998) Exchange-Value Citizenship? Social Text (56). pp. 43-47.

Miller, T. and McHoul, A. (1998) Helping the self. Social Text, 57 . pp. 127-155.

Miller, T. (1998) Hopeful signs? Arthur Ashe/Working-Class spectatorship. Journal of Sport and Social Issues, 22 (1). pp. 3-6.

Miller, T. (1998) How founding the United Nations professionalized sport. Journal of Sport and Social Issues, 22 (2). pp. 123-126.

Miller, T. (1997) Actually existing journal-ism. Social Text (50). pp. 147-148.

Miller, T. (1997) “... THE OBLIVION OF THE SOCIOLOGY OF SPORT...”. Journal of Sport and Social Issues, 21 (2). pp. 115-119.

Miller, T. (1997) SPORT AND VIOLENCE: Glue, Seed, State, or Psyche? Journal of Sport & Social Issues, 21 (3). pp. 235-238.

Miller, T. (1997) The new international division of sporting labor. Journal of Sport and Social Issues, 21 (4). pp. 323-326.

Miller, T. (1995) Book reviews: Fields of Vision: Essays in Film Studies, Visual Anthropology, and Photography. Leslie Devereaux and Roger Hillman. eds. Berkeley: University of California Press, 1995. 362 pp. +xiv. 27 illustrations. $14.95. Visual Anthropology Review, 11 (2). pp. 109-112.

Miller, T. (1995) A short history of the penis. Social Text (43). pp. 1-26.

Miller, T. (1994) Althusser, Foucault, and the subject of civility. Studies in 20th & 21st Century Literature, 18 (1). pp. 97-117.

Miller, T. and McHoul, A. (1993) The radio intellectual: Specific, general or just wired? Social Semiotics, 3 (2). pp. 231-249.

Miller, T. (1992) An editorial introduction for radio. Continuum: The Australian Journal of Media and Culture, 6 (1). pp. 5-13.

Miller, T. The dawn of an imagined community: Australian sport on film. Sporting Traditions: the journal of the Australian Society for Sports History, 7 (1). pp. 48-59.

Non-refereed Article

Maxwell, R. and Miller, T. (2018) Techlash: Foxconn's Wisconsin Con & Bitcoin's Carbon Bubble. Psychology Today, 9 February 2018 .

Maxwell, R. and Miller, T. (2018) What Do We Think About Climate Change, and Why? Psychology Today, 18 March 2018 .

Maxwell, R. and Miller, T. (2018) Why Do People Move Countries? Global Warming? Psychology Today, 5 January 2018 .

Maxwell, R. and Miller, T. (2017) Are We Environmental Criminals? Psychology Today, 11 November 2017 .

Miller, T. (2017) Back in the USA, Looking for the oxygen of women's TV. CST Online, 7 July 2017 .

Maxwell, R. and Miller, T. (2017) Bad Humans! 2017 Sees Record Increase in Carbon Emissions. Psychology Today, 13 December 2017 .

Miller, T. (2017) Can religious identity inspire Pro-environmental action? Psychology Today, 6 April 2017 .

Miller, T. (2017) Claxons of socialism. CST Online, 28 November 2017 .

Miller, T. (2017) The Colombian Narconovela. CST Online, 13 January 2017 .

Miller, T. (2017) Confederate memorials support a White Supremacist ideal whose time has long since passed. The Conversation, 31 My 2017 .

Maxwell, R. and Miller, T. (2017) Dumb, Dumber, and Foxconn. Psychology Today, 5 August 2017 .

Miller, T. (2017) Free Up academics to solve UK Higher Education problems. Times Higher Education, 15 February 2017 .

Maxwell, R. and Miller, T. (2017) The Insanity of a Car-Based Transportation System. Psychology Today, 2 March 2017 .

Maxwell, R. and Miller, T. (2017) Is American individualism bad for the environment? Psychology Today, 7 February 2017 .

Maxwell, R. and Miller, T. (2017) Litterbugs in Outer Space. Psychology Today, 6 May 2017 .

Miller, T. (2017) Marveling at Elizabeth: Thinking through the conjuncture with homeland's president-elect. CST Online, 24 April 2017 .

Miller, T. (2017) My sexual harrassment essay - #METOO? CST Online, 27 October 2017 .

Miller, T. (2017) Opiod-induced constipation, Jackie Joyner-Kersee, TV commercials, chronic lower back pain, and me. CST Online, 17 February 2017 .

Maxwell, R. and Miller, T. (2017) Pessimism of the intelligence, Optimism of the will. Psychology Today, 11 January 2017 .

Maxwell, R. and Miller, T. (2017) Trump Coal Rolls the World. Psychology Today, 5 June 2017 .

Maxwell, R. and Miller, T. (2017) We stand at a difficult moment in history. Psychology Today, 10 July 2017 .

Miller, T. (2017) Who watches British television today, anyway? CST Online, 17 May 2017 .

Maxwell, R. and Miller, T. (2017) Who’s Really Responsible for Hurricane Relief? Psychology Today, 8 October 2017 .

Miller, T. (2017) Will anything come of Trumps higher education promises? The Australian, 15 February 2017 .

Miller, T. (2014) Global arts scene awash with big oil and gas sponsorship. The Conversation, 11/4/2014 .

Miller, T. (2014) Jingo Unchained. The Chronicle of Higher Education: The Chronicle Review, 17/03/2014 .

Miller, T. (2014) To score, or not to score? Sex, WAGs and the World Cup. The Conversation, 15/06/2014 .

Maxwell, R. and Miller, T. (2013) 3-D Printing: Manufacturing panacea or infernal contraption? Psychology Today, 4/8/2013 .

Maxwell, R. and Miller, T. (2013) Bitcoin—Libertarian dream or environmental hazard? Psychology Today, 5/12/2013 .

Maxwell, R. and Miller, T. (2013) Do cellphones weaken our ability to fight disease? Psychology Today, 05/11/2013 .

Maxwell, R. and Miller, T. (2013) Don’t be misled about paper versus electronic books. Psychology Today, 05/09/2013 .

Maxwell, R. and Miller, T. (2013) Electronics industry discovers new species of media consumer. Psychology Today, 29/1/2013 .

Miller, T. (2013) French say Non! to planet Hollywood. The Conversation, 20/6/2013 .

Maxwell, R. and Miller, T. (2013) How to rally liberals and conservatives to environmentalism. Psychology Today, 6/4/2013 .

Maxwell, R. and Miller, T. (2013) Mobile addiction hastens environmental and health risks. Psychology Today, 4/7/2013 .

Miller, T. (2013) Multilayered intellect. Times Higher Education, 10/1/2013 .

Miller, T. (2013) Nightmare at 20,000ft. Times Higher Education, 25/4/2013 .

Miller, T. (2013) Polyglots required if we want a place in the global academy. Times Higher Education, 7/3/2013 .

Maxwell, R. and Miller, T. (2013) Should we care about celebrity environmentalists? Psychology Today, 18/3/2013 .

Miller, T. (2013) Teaching shall we say, Elsewhere: A response to "The Academy in Peril". Los Angeles Review of Books, 12/1/2013 .

Maxwell, R. and Miller, T. (2013) What is the human and environmental cost of new technology? The Guardian, 27/2/2013 .

Miller, T. (2013) The campus climate for Gay Faculty. The Chronicle of Higher Education, 9/6/2013 .

Maxwell, R. and Miller, T. (2013) The end of irrational consumption and the E-Waste problem. Psychology Today, 28/5/2013 .

Miller, T. (2013) An imaginary encounter: Walter Murdoch meets Kevin Rudd. The Australian, 14/8/2013 .

Maxwell, R. and Miller, T. (2013) The problem with Earth Day. Psychology Today, 21/4/2013 .

Maxwell, R. and Miller, T. (2013) The waste of art and the art of waste. Psychology Today, 06/10/2013 .

Miller, T. (2012) Activists get media-savvy. The Australian, 4/7/2012 .

Maxwell, R. and Miller, T. (2012) Cell phone health risks. Psychology Today, 26/06/2012 .

Maxwell, R. and Miller, T. (2012) Cometh the iPhone: Or, how we learned to love iThings but break their spell. Psychology Today, 1/10/2012 .

Miller, T. (2012) Death by administration. The Australian, 07/11/2012 .

Miller, T. (2012) Feminist nudity? Video consent? Moral panic? On the Karina Bolaños affair. Los Angeles Review of Books, 23/08/2012 .

Maxwell, R. and Miller, T. (2012) Greening starts with ourselves. The New York Times, 24/11/2012 .

Maxwell, R. and Miller, T. (2012) How Green Is This Blog? Psychology Today, 24/7/2012 .

Maxwell, R. and Miller, T. (2012) Kelvin Doe, Ragpicker. Psychology Today, 30/11/2012 .

Maxwell, R. and Miller, T. (2012) Let’s hear it for environmental citizenship. Psychology Today, 29/8/2012 .

Miller, T. (2012) MOOCs break down barriers to knowledge. The Australian, 12/12/2012 .

Maxwell, R. and Miller, T. (2012) Not another gloomy blog about the wasteful holidays. Psychology Today, 23/12/2012 .

Miller, T. (2012) Not every film school graduate ends up a Scorsese. The Australian, 06/05/2012 .

Miller, T. (2012) Power player, polluter, culture controller: Hollywood’s that. The Thumb Print, 01/07/2012 .

Miller, T. (2012) Spreading the green word around world. The Australian, 22/8/2012 .

Miller, T. (2012) Strategy for American humanities: Blow them up and start again. Times Higher Education, 8/11/2012 .

Miller, T. (2012) There's always a place for high art - But those places change. Zocalo, 25/10/2012 .

Maxwell, R. and Miller, T. (2012) We are all biosphere people now. Psychology Today, 12/11/2012 .

Miller, T. (2012) Young defy the traps to find a third way. The Australian, 28/03/2012 .

Miller, T. (2011) 9/11 remembered. The Australian, 11/9/2011 .

Miller, T. (2011) Dynamic days of an implicit leftism. The Australian, 23/11/2011 .

Miller, T. (2011) The Good, the Bad and the Ugly. Daily Telegraph, 28/09/2011 .

Miller, T. (2011) Occupy movement takes on behemoth of student debt. The Australian, 30/11/2011 .

Miller, T. (2011) The good, the bad and the ugly. The Australian, 28/9/2011 .

Miller, T. (2010) A glint in old Uncle Sam's eye. The Australian, 15/9/2010 .

Miller, T. and Maxwell, R. (2008) E-Waste: Elephant in the living room. Flow, 9 (3).

Miller, T. (2007) Face up to tech waste. The Press-Enterprise, December 16 2007 .

Miller, T. (2004) Why fox news is a good thing. Flow: A Critical Forum on Television and Media Culture, 1 (6).

Conference Paper

Miller, T. (1999) The economic aspects of globalization. In: Dynamic Development or Aerial Assault: Global Television and its Effects on the Economies and Cultures of the Developing World International Symposium, 7 - 8 April 1999, United Nations Headquarters, New York

Book Chapter

Miller, T. (2017) Afterword. In: Giuffre, L. and Hayward, P., (eds.) Music in Comedy Television: Notes on Laughs. Routledge as part of the Taylor and Francis Group, pp. 186-192.

Miller, T. and Maxwell, R. (2017) Apple. In: Birkinbine, B.J., Gomez, R. and Wasko, J., (eds.) Global Media Giants. Routledge as part of the Taylor and Francis Group.

Maxwell, R. and Miller, T. (2017) Digital technology and the environment: Challenges for green citizenship and environmental organizations. In: Brevini, B. and Murdock, G., (eds.) Carbon Capitalism and Communication. Palgrave Macmillan, pp. 41-55.

Miller, T. (2017) Epilogue: Digital journalism: A golden age, a data-driven dream, a paradise for readers - or the proletarianization of a profession? In: Franklin, B. and Elridge II, S., (eds.) The Routledge Companion to Digital Journalism Studies. Routledge as part of the Taylor and Francis Group.

Miller, T. (2017) Foreword: Transmedia Storytelling and Free Labor. In: Kurtz, B.W.L.D. and Bourdaa, M., (eds.) The Rise of Transtexts: Challenges and Opportunities. Routledge as part of the Taylor and Francis Group, vii-xi.

Miller, T. (2017) From banality to boldness. In: Sampaio, S., (ed.) Viagens, olhares e imagens: Portugal 1910-1980. Cinemateca Portuguesa–Museu do Cinema, Lisboa, Portugal, pp. 160-163.

Miller, T. (2017) Green. In: Fueling Culture: 101 Words for Energy and Environment. Fordham University, pp. 178-181.

Miller, T. and Maxwell, R. (2017) Making journalism sustainable/sustaining the environmental costs of journalism. In: Berglez, P., Olausson, U. and Ots, M., (eds.) What is Sustainable Journalism? Integrating the Environmental, Social, and Economic Challenges of Journalism. Peter Lang publishing, pp. 19-37.

Miller, T. (2017) Screen Life. In: Szeman, I., Blacker, S. and Sully, J., (eds.) A Companion to Critical and Cultural Theory. John Wiley & Sons Ltd, pp. 371-385.

Miller, T. (2017) Spectacular and eroticized bodies. In: Silk, M.L., Andrews, D.L. and Thorpe, H., (eds.) Routledge Handbook of Physical Cultural Studies. Routledge as part of the Taylor and Francis Group, pp. 246-256.

Durrer, V., Miller, T. and O'Brien, D. (2017) Towards global cultural policy studies. In: The Routledge Handbook of Global Cultural Policy. Routledge as part of the Taylor and Francis Group.

Ortega, A. and Miller, T. (2017) #VivasNosQueremos: La crisis de violencia de género en México, ciudadanía, estereotipos y resistencias en la era neoliberal. In: Del Valle Rojas y, C. and Echeto, V.S., (eds.) En Crisis, comunicacion y critica politica. Centro Internacional de Estudios Superiores de Comunicación para América Latina (CIESPAL), pp. 235-262.

Grantham, W. and Miller, T. (2017) We hate to quote Stanley Fish, but: “There’s no such thing as free speech, and it’s a good thing, too.” Or is it? In: Titely, G., Freedman, D., Khiabany, G. and Mondon, A., (eds.) After Charlie Hebdo: Terror, Racism and Free Speech. Zed Books, pp. 223-238.

Fajardo, A.S. and Miller, T. (2017) The absence and presence of state militarism: Violence, football, Narcos, and Colombia. In: Butterworth, M.L., (ed.) Sport and Militarism: Contemporary Global Perspectives. Routledge as part of the Taylor and Francis Group.

Miller, T. (2017) The liberal arts in Neoliberal times. In: Abraham-Hamanoiel, A., Freedman, D., Khibany, G., Nash, K. and Petley, J., (eds.) Liberalism in Neoliberal Times: Dimensions, Contradictions, Limits. Goldsmith Press, pp. 165-170.

Miller, T. (2017) The price of the popular media is paid by the effluent citizen. In: Ellcessor, E. and Kirkpatrick, B., (eds.) Disability Media Studies. New York University Press, pp. 295-310.

Miller, T. (2016) Creatividad en la era digital: desigualdad en la era creativa. In: Orozco, G., (ed.) TVMORFOSIS 5: La creatividad en la era digital. Tintable; primera edition.

Miller, T. (2016) Cybertarian flexibility - when prosumers join the cognitariat, all that is scholarship melts into air. In: Curtin, M. and Sanson, K., (eds.) Precarious Creativity: Global Media, Local Labor. University of California Press, Oakland, California, pp. 19-32.

Miller, T. (2016) Foreward. In: Aveyard, K., Moran, A. and Jensen, P.M., (eds.) New Patterns in Global Television Formats. University of Chicago Press.

Miller, T. (2016) Foreward. In: Rust, S., Monani, S. and Cubitt, S., (eds.) Ecomedia: Key Issues. Routledge as part of the Taylor and Francis Group, xiv-xv.

Miller, T. (2016) Geopolitics and cinema. In: Molloy, C. and Tzioumakis, Y., (eds.) The Routledge Companion to Cinema and Politics. Routledge as part of Taylor and Francis, pp. 27-39.

Miller, T. and Grantham, B. (2016) The Modern Entertainment Marketplace, 2000-Present. In: Lewis, J., (ed.) Producing. Rutgers University Press, pp. 131-150.

Miller, T. (2016) Why war - Still? Albert meets Sigmund in the ultimate match-up. In: von der Lippe, B. and Ottosen, R., (eds.) Gendering War and Peace Reporting. Nordicom, pp. 245-257.

Miller, T. (2015) Art is garbage. In: Martin, R., (ed.) The Routledge Companion to Art and Politics. Routledge as part of Taylor and Francis, pp. 129-138.

Miller, T. (2015) Encoding-Decoding. In: Donsbach, W., (ed.) The Concise Encyclopedia of Communication. Wiley-Blackwell, pp. 174-175.

Maxwell, R. and Miller, T. (2015) Greening media studies. In: Maxwell, R., Raundalen, J. and Lager-Vestberg, N., (eds.) Media and the Ecological Crisis. Routledge as part of the Taylor and Francis Group, pp. 87-98.

Miller, T. (2015) Hollywood Cognitarians. In: Oakley, K. and O'Connor, J., (eds.) The Routledge Companion to the Cultural Industries. Routledge as part of the Taylor and Francis Group, Abingdon, Oxon, pp. 319-329.

Miller, T. (2015) Introduction: The Two Humanities. In: Miller, T., (ed.) Blow Up the Humanities. Temple University Press.

Miller, T. (2015) Murdoch’s Trajectory: From periphery to core; From core to periphery. In: Bolton, G.C., (ed.) Murdoch voices : the first 40 years at Murdoch University. UNSPECIFIED, Perth, W.A., pp. 88-93.

Miller, T. (2015) Museums, Ecology, Citizenship. In: MacDonald, S., Leahy, H.R., Witcomb, A., Message, K., McCarthy, C., Henning, M., Coombes, A.E. and Phillips, R.B., (eds.) The International Handbooks of Museum Studies. Wiley, pp. 139-156.

Miller, T. (2015) Toby Miller on cultural studies. In: Edmonds, D. and Warburton, N., (eds.) Big Ideas in Social Science. SAGE Publications.

Miller, T. (2015) Workers of the world, unite, you have nothing to lose but your (Global Value) chains: The NICL revisited. In: Maxwell, R., (ed.) The Routledge Companion to Labor and Media. Routledge as part of the Taylor and Francis Group, pp. 93-106.

Miller, T. (2015) The art of waste: Contemporary culture and unsustainable energy use. In: Parks, L. and Starosielski, N., (eds.) Signal Traffic: Critical Studies of Media Infrastructures. University of Illinois Press, pp. 137-156.

Maxwell, R. and Miller, T. (2014) Books Culture, Economy, Environment. In: Hanan, J.S. and Hayward, M., (eds.) Communication and the Economy: History, Value and Agency. Peter Lang Publishing, New York, USA, pp. 167-186.

Miller, T. and Çetin, Ö (2014) Bütün Ülkelerin Siberözgürlkükçüleri Birleşin: Tube’Larinizdan Başka Kaybedecek Bir Şeyiniz Yok! In: Çakir, M., (ed.) Yeni Medyaya Eleştirel Yaklaşimlar. Doğu Kitabevi, pp. 35-54.

Miller, T., Gómez, R. and Dorcé, A. (2014) Converging from the South: Mexican television in the United States. In: Dávila, A. and Rivero, Y.M., (eds.) Contemporary Latina/o Media: Production, Circulation, Politics. NYU Press, New York, USA, pp. 44-61.

Miller, T. (2014) Cultural Work and Creative Industries. In: Maguire, J.S. and Matthews, J., (eds.) The Cultural Intermediaries Reader. SAGE Publications Ltd, pp. 25-33.

Miller, T. (2014) Delivering the Male - And More: Fandom and Media Sport. In: Carter, C., Steiner, L. and McLaughlin, L., (eds.) The Routledge Companion to Media and Gender. Routledge as part of the Taylor and Francis Group, London, England, pp. 461-472.

Miller, T. (2014) Epilogue: Social and Imaginary Changes in Globalization Today: Conversation Between Néstor García Canclini and Toby Miller, Autumn 2011. In: Canclini, N.G. and Yúdice, G., (eds.) Imagined Globalization. Duke University Press, Durham, UK, pp. 201-215.

Miller, T. (2014) Foucault, Marx, Neoliberalism: Unveiling 'Undercover Boss'. In: Faubion, J.D., (ed.) Foucault Now: Current Perspectives in Foucault Studies. Polity Press, Cambridge, UK, pp. 188-202.

Miller, T. (2014) Globalization and Development. In: Wilkins, K.G., Tufte, T. and Obregon, R., (eds.) The Handbook of Development Communication and Social Change. Wiley-Blackwell, Malden, pp. 20-39.

Miller, T. (2014) Hollywood. In: Ritzer, G., (ed.) The Wiley-Blackwell Encyclopedia of Globalization. Wiley-Blackwell, Malden, pp. 937-939.

Miller, T. (2014) Introduction. In: Alvarado, M., Buonanno, M., Gray, H. and Miller, T., (eds.) The Sage Handbook of Television Studies. SAGE Publications, xix-xliv.

Miller, T. (2014) Introduction: Global popular culture. In: Miller, T., (ed.) The Routledge Companion to Global Popular Culture. Routledge as part of the Taylor and Francis Group, pp. 1-10.

Miller, T. and Williams, D. (2014) Look, i’m really not a true believer like you people. I’m something else. In: King, N. and Williams, D., (eds.) Australian Film Theory and Criticism Volume 2: Interviews. Intellect, Bristol, UK, pp. 295-310.

Miller, T. (2014) NFL Sex. In: Oates, T.P. and Furness, Z., (eds.) The NFL: Critical and Cultural Perspectives. Temple University Press, Philadelphia, PA, pp. 103-118.

Hyde-Clarke, N., Ottosen, R. and Miller, T. (2014) Nation-Building and the FIFA World Cup, South Africa 2010. In: Chari, T. and Mhiripiri, N.A., (eds.) African Football, Identity Politics and Global Media Narratives. Palgrave Macmillan, pp. 15-28.

Miller, T. and Salcedo, D.A. (2014) O agora e o futuro de televisão. In: Carlón, M. and Fechine, Y., (eds.) O fim da televisão. Confraria do Vento, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, pp. 77-95.

Miller, T., Maxwell, R. and Yúdice, G. (2014) What color is citizenship? In: Cameron, F. and Neilson, B., (eds.) Climate Change and Museum Futures. Routledge, Abingdon, Oxon, pp. 188-206.

Miller, T. (2013) Before, during, and after the Neoliberal moment media, sports, policy, citizenship. In: Scherer, J. and Rowe, D., (eds.) Sport, Public Broadcasting, and Cultural Citizenship: Signal Lost? Routledge as Part of the Taylor & Francis Group, New York, USA.

Miller, T. (2013) Culture to creativity to environment - and back again. In: Young, G. and Stevenson, D., (eds.) The Ashgate Research Companion to Planning and Culture. Ashgate Publishing Limited, Farnham, pp. 53-67.

Miller, T. (2013) Exposing celebrity sports. In: Wenner, L.A., (ed.) Fallen Sports Heroes, Media, and Celebrity Culture. Peter Lang Publishing, New York, pp. 17-23.

Miller, T. (2013) Foreword. In: Moran, A., (ed.) TV Format Mogul Reg Grundy's Transnational Career. Intellect, Bristol, ix-x.

Miller, T. (2013) Goodbye to film school: Please close the door on your way out. In: Hjort, M., (ed.) The Education of the Filmmaker in Africa, the Middle East, and the Americas. Palgrave MacMillan, pp. 153-168.

Maxwell, R. and Miller, T. (2013) Greening cultural labor: The future of media accounting. In: Valdivia, A.N., (ed.) The International Encylopedia of Media Studies. Wiley-Blackwell, Malden, pp. 697-714.

Maxwell, R. and Miller, T. (2013) Learning from Luddites: Media labour technology and life below the line. In: Banks, M., Gill, R. and Taylor, S., (eds.) Theorizing Cultural Work Labour, Continuity and Change in the Cultural and Creative Industries. Routledge as part of the Taylor and Francis Group, London, England, pp. 113-121.

Maxwell, R. and Miller, T. (2013) Life without democracy, life without citizenship, life without media. In: Comas, E., Cuenca, J. and Zilles, K., (eds.) Life Without Media. Peter Lang Publishing, New York, USA, pp. 43-61.

Miller, T. (2013) A Metrosexual eye on 'Queer Guy'. In: Steger, M.B., (ed.) Globalization and Culture. Edward Elgar Publishing, Cheltenham, UK, pp. 394-402.

Maxwell, R. and Miller, T. (2013) Neglected elements: Production, labor and the environment. In: Valdivia, A.N., Nerone, J., Gates, K., Mazzaarella, S. and Mayer, V., (eds.) The International Encyclopedia of Media Studies. Wiley-Blackwell, Malden, pp. 601-625.

Miller, T. (2013) Production: Introduction. In: Miller, T., (ed.) The Contemporary Hollywood Reader. Routledge as part of the Taylor and Francis Group, London, England, pp. 1-2.

Miller, T. and Leger, M.C. (2013) Runaway production, runaway consumption, runaway citizenship: The new international division of cultural labor. In: Ouellette, L., (ed.) The Media Studies Reader. Routledge as part of the Taylor and Francis Group, New York, pp. 313-330.

Miller, T. (2013) Text: Introduction. In: Miller, T., (ed.) The Contemporary Hollywood Reader. Routledge as part of the Taylor and Francis Group, London, England, pp. 205-206.

Miller, T. (2013) Tourism and Media Studies 3.0. In: Munar, A.M., Gyimóthy, S. and Liping, C., (eds.) Tourism Social Media: Transformations in Identity, Community and Culture. Emerald Group Publishing Limited, pp. 229-243.

Miller, T. (2013) Tracking moral panic as a concept. In: Krinsky, C., (ed.) The Ashgate Research Companion to Moral Panics. Ashgate Publishing Limited, Surrey, England, pp. 37-54.

Miller, T. (2013) US Imperialism, sport, and “the most famous soldier in the war”. In: Andrews, D.L. and Carrinton, B., (eds.) A Companion to Sport. Wiley-Blackwell, pp. 229-245.

Miller, T. (2013) Where Next? Football’s New Frontiers. In: Steen, R., Novick, J. and Richards, H., (eds.) The Cambridge Companion to Football. Cambridge University Press, pp. 274-294.

Miller, T. (2013) A distorted playing field: Neoliberalism and sport through the lens of economic citizenship. In: Silk, M.L. and Andrews, D.L., (eds.) Sport and Neoliberalism: Politics, Consumption, and Culture. Temple University Press, Philadelphia, PA, pp. 23-37.

Maxwell, R. and Miller, T. (2013) The material cellphone. In: Graves-Brown, P., Harrison, R. and Piccini, A., (eds.) The Oxford Handbook of the Archaeology of the Contemporary World. Oxford University Press, Oxford, England, pp. 699-712.

Miller, T. (2013) The political economy of media work and watching. In: Waisbord, S., (ed.) Media Sociology: A Reappraisal. Polity Press, Cambridge, UK, pp. 114-129.

Miller, T. (2013) A televisão acabou, a televisão virou coisa do passado, a televisão já era. In: Filho, J.F., (ed.) A TV em Transição: Tendências de programação. Globo Universidade, pp. 9-25.

Miller, T. (2012) Being 'Accountable': TV audiences and surveillance. In: Bolin, G., (ed.) Cultural Technologies The Shaping of Culture in Media and Society. Routledge as part of the Taylor and Francis Group, Abingdon, Oxon, pp. 87-102.

Miller, T. (2012) ¿Ciudadanía creativa? ¿Época del prosumidor? ¿O riesgo edioambiental? In: Bolan, E.N., (ed.) Voces híbridas: Reflexiones en torno a la obra de García Canclini. Universidad Autonoma Metropolitana Cuajimalpa, Mexico City, pp. 54-63.

Yúdice, G. and Miller, T. (2012) El Copyright: Instrumento de expropriación y resistencia donde se encuentran la economia política. In: Bolano, C., (ed.) Comunicación y la Crítica de la Economía Política. CIESPAL, Quito, pp. 185-204.

Miller, T. (2012) El ahora y el futuro de la television. In: Gomez, G.O., (ed.) TVMORFOSIS: La televisión abierta hacia la sociedad de redes. Productora de Contenidos Culturales Sagahón Repoll, Mexico City, pp. 21-39.

Maxwell, R. and Miller, T. (2012) Film and the environment: Risk offscreen. In: Hjort, M., (ed.) Film and Risk. Wayne State University Press, Detroit, MI, pp. 271-289.

Ottosen, R., Hyde-Clarke, N. and Miller, T. (2012) Framing the football fan as consumer: A content analysis of the coverage of supporters in The Star during the 2010 World Cup. In: Krøvel, R. and Roksvold, T., (eds.) We Love to Hate Each Other : Mediated Football Fan Culture. Nordicom, Göteborgs universitet, Goteborg, Sweden, pp. 111-128.

Miller, T. (2012) Games. In: Ritzer, G., (ed.) The Wiley-Blackwell Encyclopedia of Globalization. Wiley-Blackwell, Malden, pp. 719-720.

Miller, T. (2012) Michel Foucault and leisure. In: Blackshaw, T., (ed.) Routledge Handbook of Leisure Studies. Routledge as part of the Taylor and Francis Group, Abingdon, Oxon, pp. 133-140.

Hoover, T. and Miller, T. (2012) Pierce Brosnan: Licensed to Sell. In: Everett, A., (ed.) Pretty People: Movie Stars of the 1990s. Rutgers University Press, New Brunswick, pp. 206-224.

Miller, T. (2012) Popular Culture. In: Ritzer, G., (ed.) The Blackwell Encyclopedia of Sociology. Wiley-Blackwell, Oxford, England.

Miller, T. (2012) The Ragpicker-Citizen. In: DeChaine, D.R., (ed.) Border Rhetorics: Citizenship and Identity on the US-Mexico Frontier. The University of Alabama Press, Tuscaloosa, pp. 213-226.

Miller, T. (2012) Television. In: Ritzer, G., (ed.) The Blackwell Encyclopedia of Sociology. Wiley-Blackwell, Oxford, England.

Miller, T. (2012) Terrorism and global popular culture. In: Freedman, D. and Thussu, D., (eds.) Media and Terrorism: Global Perspectives. SAGE Publications Ltd, Los Angeles, California, pp. 97-115.

Maxwell, R. and Miller, T. (2012) "Warm and Stuffy": The ecological impact of electronic games. In: Zackariasson, P. and Wilson, T., (eds.) The Video Game Industry: Formation, Present State, and Future. Routledge as part of the Taylor and Francis Group, Abingdon, Oxon, pp. 179-197.

Miller, T. (2012) The shameful trinity: Game studies, empire, and the cognitariat. In: Voorhees, G.A., Call, J. and Whitlock, K., (eds.) Guns, Grenades, and Grunts: First-Person Shooter Games. Continuum International Publishing Group Ltd, New York, pp. 113-130.

Miller, T. (2012) A view from a fossil: The new economy, creativity and consumption - Two or three things I don't believe in. In: Alacovska, A. and Moeran, B., (eds.) Creative Industries: Critical Readings. Berg Publishers, New York, pp. 230-239.

Miller, T. and King, N. (2011) Accidental heroes and gifted amateurs: Hitchcock and ideology. In: Leitch, T. and Poague, L., (eds.) A Companion to Alfred Hitchcock. Wiley-Blackwell, Malden, pp. 427-451.

Miller, T. (2011) Afterword. In: Tomlinson, A., Young, C. and Holt, R., (eds.) Sport and the Transformation of Modern Europe: States, Media and Markets 1950-2010. Routledge as part of the Taylor and Francis Group, Abingdon, Oxon, pp. 226-233.

Miller, T. (2011) Cultural policy. In: Ryan, M., Castle, G. and Eaglestone, R., (eds.) The Encyclopedia of Literary and Cultural Theory. Wiley-Blackwell, Malden.

Miller, T. and Maxwell, R. (2011) Eco-ethical consumption in the Smart-Design economy. In: Lewis, T. and Potter, E., (eds.) Ethical Consumption: A Critical Introduction. Routledge as part of the Taylor and Francis Group, Abingdon, Oxon, pp. 141-155.

Maxwell, R. and Miller, T. (2011) For a better deal, Harass Your Govenor!": Neoliberalism and Hollywood. In: Kapur, J. and Wagner, K.B., (eds.) Neoliberalism and Global Cinema: Capital, Culture, and Marxist Critique. Routledge as part of the Taylor and Francis Group, New York, pp. 19-37.

Miller, T. (2011) For fun, for profit, for empire: The university and electronic games. In: Peters, M.A. and Bulut, E., (eds.) Cognitive Capitalism, Education, and Digital Lab. Peter Lang Publishing, New York, pp. 229-243.

Miller, T. (2011) Foreward. In: Boyd-Barrett, O., Herrera, D. and Baumann, J., (eds.) Hollywood and the CIA: Cinema, Defense, and Subversion. Routledge as part of the Taylor and Francis Group, Abingdon, Oxon, ix-xii.

Maxwell, R. and Miller, T. (2011) If there's a text in this class, where did it come from? Or, What does Marilyn Monroe have to do with the sorrows of Young Man Werther? In: Behdad, A. and Thomas, D., (eds.) A Companion to Comparative Literature. Wiley-Blackwell, Malden, pp. 176-192.

Miller, T. (2011) The Lady vanishes, but she won't go away. In: Palmer, R.B. and Boyd, D., (eds.) Hitchcock at the Source: The Auteur as Adaptor. State University of New York Press, Albany, NY, pp. 103-116.

Hernández, S.M., Schiwy, F. and Miller, T. (2011) Las tendencias principales y los resultados obtenidos por el cine latinoamericano y del caribe en Estados Unidos y Canadá. In: Getino, S. and Octavio, C., (eds.) Producción y mercados del cine latinoamericano en la primera década del siglo XXI. Fundación del Nuevo Cine Latinoamericano, Havana, Cuba, pp. 310-339.

Miller, T. (2011) The New International Division of Cultural Labour and Sport. In: Maguire, J. and Falcous, M., (eds.) Sport and Migration: Borders, Boundaries and Crossings. Routledge as part of the Taylor and Francis Group, Abingdon, Oxon, pp. 217-229.

Maxwell, R. and Miller, T. (2011) The environment and global media and communication policy. In: Mansell, R. and Raboy, M., (eds.) The Handbook of Global Media and Communication Policy. Wiley-Blackwell, pp. 467-485.

Miller, T. (2011) The media-military industrial complex. In: Best, S., Kahn, R., Nocella, A.J. and McLaren, P., (eds.) The Global Industrial Complex: Systems of Domination. Lexington Books, Maryland, pp. 97-115.

Miller, T. (2010) Environmental concerns. In: Davidson, D., (ed.) Cross-Media Communications: An Introduction to the Art of Creating Integrated Media Experiences. ETC Press, Pittsburgh, PA, pp. 191-193.

Miller, T. (2010) Felicidade ao estilo Americano. In: Editora, UFRGS, (ed.) Ser feliz hoje: reflexões sobre o imperativo da felicidade. Editora UFRGS, Rio De Janeiro, pp. 105-115.

Miller, T. (2010) Film and Society. In: Curran, J., (ed.) Media and Society. Bloomsbury Academic, London, England, pp. 18-37.

Miller, T. (2010) Holy Trinity: Nation, pentagon, screen. In: Roosvall, A. and Salovaara-moring, I., (eds.) Communicating the Nation: National Topographies of Global Media Landscapes. Coronet Books Incorporated, Goteborg, Sweden, pp. 143-161.

Miller, T. (2010) Journalism and the question of citizenship. In: The Routledge Companion to News and Journalism. Routledge as part of the Taylor and Francis Group, London, England, pp. 397-406.

Miller, T. (2010) National cinema abroad: The new international division of cultural labor, from production to viewing. In: Durovicova, N. and Newman, K.E., (eds.) World Cinemas, Transnational Perspectives. Routledge as part of the Taylor and Francis Group, New York, pp. 136-159.

Miller, T. (2010) Preface: Why Do First-World academics think cultural imperialism doesn’t matter when so many other people disagree? In: Frymer, B., Kashani, T., Nocella, A.J. and Van Heertum, R., (eds.) Hollywood’s Exploited: Public Pedagogy, Corporate Movies, and Cultural Crisis. Palgrave MacMillan, New York, xv-xix.

Miller, T. (2010) A future for media studies: Cultural labour, cultural relations, cultural politics. In: Beaty, B., Briton, D., Filax, G. and Sullivan, R., (eds.) How Canadians Communication III: Contexts of Canadian Popular Culture. Athabasca University (AU) Press, Edmonton, AB, pp. 35-53.

Miller, T. (2009) Afterword: The New World Makeover. In: Lewis, T., (ed.) TV Transformations: Revealing the Makeover Show. Routledge as part of the Taylor and Francis Group, London, England, pp. 145-150.

Miller, T. (2009) Afterword: Why Won’t Spies Go Away? In: Packer, J., (ed.) Secret Agents: Popular Icons Beyond James Bond. Peter Lang Publishing, New York, pp. 189-193.

Miller, T. (2009) Approach with caution and proceed with care: Campaigning for the US Presidency ‘After’ TV. In: Turner, G. and Tay, J., (eds.) Television Studies After TV: Understanding Television in the Post-Broadcast Era. Routledge as part of the Taylor and Francis Group, London, England, pp. 75-82.

Miller, T. (2009) Can natural luddites make things explode or travel faster? The new humanities, cultural policy studies, and creative industries. In: Holt, J. and Perren, A., (eds.) Media Industries: History, Theory, and Method. Wiley-Blackwell, Malden, pp. 184-198.

Miller, T. (2009) Children and the media: Alternative histories. In: Hammer, R. and Kellner, D., (eds.) Media/cultural Studies: Critical Approaches. Peter Lang, New York, pp. 238-250.

Miller, T. (2009) Cybertarians of the World Unite: You have nothing to lose but your tubes! In: Snickars, P. and Vondereau, P., (eds.) The Youtube Reader. National Library of Sweden, Stockholm, Sweden, pp. 424-440.

Miller, T. (2009) Distribution: Introduction. In: Miller, T. (ED), (ed.) The Contemporary Hollywood Reader. Routledge as part of the Taylor and Francis Group, London, England, pp. 351-353.

Miller, T. (2009) Foreward. In: Bolas, T., (ed.) Screen Education: From Film Appreciation to Media Studies. Intellect, Bristol, xi-xii.

Miller, T. (2009) Governmentality and commodification: The keys to Yanqui academic hierarchy. In: Toward a Global Autonomous University Gognitive Labor, The Production of Knowledge, and Exodus from the Education Factory by Edu-factory Collective. Autonomedia.

Miller, T. (2009) Introduction. In: Miller, T. (ED), (ed.) The Contemporary Hollywood Reader. Routledge as part of the Taylor and Francis Group, London, England, xv-xvii.

Miller, T. (2009) James Bond's penis. In: Lindner, C., (ed.) The James Bond Phenomenon: A Critical Reader. Manchester University Press, Manchester, UK, pp. 285-311.

Miller, T. (2009) La Nueva División Internacional del Trabajo Cultural. In: Tremoya, M.A.A., (ed.) Pensar lo contemporáneo: De la cultura situada a la convergencia tecnológica. Anthropos, Mexico City, pp. 115-136.

Miller, T. and Maxwell, R. (2009) La distribución del cine y productos audiovisuales latinoamericanos en los estados unidos. In: Miller, T. (ED), (ed.) Producción, coproducción, distribución y exhibición del cine latinoamericano en América Latina y otras regiones 2005 al 2007. Observatorio del Cine y el Audiovisual Latinoamericano, pp. 169-186.

Miller, T. (2009) Media effects and cultural studies: A contentious relationship. In: Nabi, R.L. and Oliver, M.B., (eds.) The SAGE Handbook of Media Processes and Effects. SAGE Publications, Thousand Oaks, CA, pp. 131-143.

Miller, T. (2009) Michel Foucault and the critique of sport. In: Carrington, B. and McDonald, I., (eds.) Marxism, Cultural Studies and Sport. Routledge as part of the Taylor and Francis Group, pp. 181-194.

Miller, T. and Yúdice, G. (2009) O Copyright: Instrumento de Expropiação e Resistência Onde de Encontram a Economia Política e os Estudos Culturais. In: Bolano, C., (ed.) Comunicação e a Crítica da Economia Política: Perspectivas Teóricas e Epistemológicas. Editora-UFS, Sao Cristovao, pp. 173-191.

Miller, T. (2009) Preface: Diasporas of Australian Cinema—A Provocation. In: Simpson, C., Murawska, R. and Lambert, A., (eds.) Diasporas of Australian Cinema. Intellect, Bristol, pp. 9-12.

Miller, T. and Maxwell, R. (2009) Talking Rubbish: Green citizenship, media, and the environment. In: Boyce, T. and Lewis, J., (eds.) Climate Change and the Media. Peter Lang, New York, pp. 17-27.

Miller, T. (2008) Anti-Americanism and Popular Culture. In: Higgott, R. and Malbasic, I., (eds.) The Political Consequences of Anti-Americanism. Routledge as part of the Taylor and Francis Group, Abingdon, Oxon, pp. 58-73.

Miller, T. (2008) Anyone for Games? Via the New International Division of Cultural Labour. In: Anheier, H.K. and Isar, Y.R., (eds.) Cultures and Globalization: The Cultural Economy. SAGE Publications Ltd, London, England, pp. 227-240.

Miller, T. (2008) Broadcasting. In: Bennett, T. and Frow, J., (eds.) The SAGE Handbook of Cultural Analysis. SAGE Publications Ltd, Los Angeles, California, pp. 213-230.

Miller, T. (2008) Foreword: It's Television. It's HBO. In: Leverette, M., Ott, B.L. and Buckley, C.L., (eds.) It's Not TV: Watching HBO in the Post-Televison Era. Routledge as part of the Taylor and Francis Group, Abingdon, Oxon, ix-xii.

Miller, T. and Johnson, M. (2008) Gilda: Textual analysis, political economy, and ethnography. In: Kolker, R., (ed.) The Oxford Handbook of Film and Media Studies. Oxford University Press, Inc, New York, pp. 260-285.

Miller, T. (2008) La mano visible: Apuntes sobre la incorporación del impacto ambiental de las tecnologías mediaticas en la investigación sobre medios y globalización. In: Carlos, J. and Rendon, L., (eds.) Comunicación. Fondo editorial de Nuevo León, Monterrey, pp. 121-125.

Miller, T. and Kim, L. (2008) Overview: It Isn’t TV, It’s the “Real King of the Ring”. In: Edgerton, G.R. and Jones, J.P., (eds.) The Essential HBO Reader. The University Press of Kentucky, Lexington, KY, pp. 217-236.

Miller, T. (2008) Panic between the lips: Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder and ritalin. In: Krinsky, C., (ed.) Moral Panics Over Contemporary Children and Youth. Ashgate Publishing Limited, pp. 143-165.

Miller, T. (2008) 'Step Away from the Croissant': Media Studies 3.0. In: Hesmondhalgh, D. and Toynbee, J., (eds.) The Media and Social Theory. Routledge as part of the Taylor and Francis Group, London, England, pp. 213-230.

Miller, T. (2008) Television as popular culture. In: Donsbach, W., (ed.) The International Encyclopedia of Communication. Wiley-Blackwell, pp. 5092-5096.

Miller, T. (2008) The reception deception. In: Goldstein, P. and Machor, J.L., (eds.) New Directions in American Reception Study. Oxford University Press, Inc, New York, pp. 353-369.

Miller, T. (2008) The vernacular economist’s guide to media and culture. In: Ruccio, D.F., (ed.) Economic Representations: Academic and Everyday. Routledge as part of the Taylor and Francis Group, pp. 200-210.

Sussman, S., Pentz, M-A, Spruijt-Metz, D. and Miller, T. (2007) Abuse of Study Drugs: Prevalence, Consequences and Implications for Therapeutic Prescription and Policy. In: McKenna, C.R., (ed.) Trends in Substance Abuse Research. Nova Science Publishers, pp. 133-150.

Miller, T. (2007) The American people cannot be trusted. In: Denzin, N.K. and Giardina, M.D., (eds.) Contesting Empire Globalizing Dissent: Cultural Studies after 9/11. Paradigm Publishers, pp. 121-135.

Miller, T. and King, N. (2007) Auteurism in the 1990s. In: Cook, P., (ed.) The Cinema Book. British Film Institute, pp. 474-478.

Miller, T. (2007) Bank tellers and flag wavers: Cable news in the United States. In: Banet-Weiser, S., Chris, C. and Freitas, A., (eds.) Cable Visions: Television Beyond Broadcasting. NYU Press, pp. 284-301.

Miller, T. (2007) Can Natural Luddites Make Things Explode or Travel Faster? In: Lovnik, G. and Rossiter, N., (eds.) MyCreativity Reader: A Critique of Creative Industries. Institute of Network Cultures, pp. 41-49.

Miller, T. (2007) Culture, Dislocation, and Citizenship. In: Elliot, E., Payne, J. and Ploesch, P., (eds.) Global Migration, Social Change, and Cultural Transformation. Palgrave Macmillan US, pp. 165-186.

Miller, T., Lawrence, G., McKay, J. and Rowe, D. (2007) Global sport media. In: Tomlinson, A., (ed.) The Sports Studies Reader. Routledge as part of the Taylor and Francis Group, pp. 211-218.

Miller, T. and Ludwig, M. (2007) Sport, Medien und Globalisierung. In: Schierl, T., (ed.) Handbuch Medien, Kommunikation und Sport. Hoffman Verlag, pp. 167-178.

Miller, T. (2007) The governmentalization and corporatization of research. In: Greenough, W.T., McConnaughay, P.J. and Kesan, J.P., (eds.) Defining Values for Research and Technology: The University's Changing Role. Rowman and Littlefield, pp. 189-209.

Miller, T. (2007) The nature of the gaze - Introduction. In: Philosophy and Cinema. China Radio & Television Publishing House.

Miller, T. (2006) El Cine Mexicano en Estados Unidos. In: Canclini, N., Mantecón, A.R. and Ruiz, E.S., (eds.) Situación actual y perspectivas de la industria cinematográfica en México y en el extranjero. Universidad de Guadalajara/Instituto Mexicano de Cinematografía., Guadalajara, pp. 87-133.

Miller, T. and Maxwell, R. (2006) Film and globalization. In: Boyd-Barrett, O., (ed.) Communications Media, Globalization and Empire. John Libbey Publishing, pp. 33-52.

Miller, T. and King, N. (2006) From Porsches to Pavements—Hollywood Deaths. In: Brettell, A., (ed.) Cut! Hollywood Murders, Accidents, and Other Tragedies. Barrons, pp. 10-17.

Miller, T. (2006) Metrosexuality: See the bright light of commodification shine! Watch Yanqui masculinity made over! In: Heller, D., (ed.) The Great American Makeover: Television, History, Nation. Palgrave MacMillan, New York, USA, pp. 105-124.

Miller, T. (2006) Preface. In: Badley, L., Palmer, R.B. and Schneider, S.J., (eds.) Traditions in World Cinema. Rutgers University Press, xi-xv.

Miller, T. (2006) Screening citizens. In: Schmidt-Campbell, M. and Martin, R., (eds.) Artistic Citizenship: A Public Voice for the Arts. Routledge as part of Taylor and Francis, New York, pp. 97-113.

Miller, T. (2006) Sportsex. In: Bonami, F., Frisa, L.F. and Tonchi, S., (eds.) Human Game: Winners and Losers. Charta/Fondazione Pitti Immagine Discovery, Milan/Florence, pp. 338-343.

Miller, T. (2006) US journalism: Servant of the nation, scourge of the truth. In: Cole, B., (ed.) Conflict, Terrorism and the Media in Asia. Routledge as part of the Taylor and Francis Group, pp. 5-22.

Miller, T. (2006) What it is and what it isn't: Introducing . . . Cultural Studies. In: Miller, T., (ed.) A Companion to Cultural Studies. Wiley-Blackwell, xvii-xxiv.

Miller, T. (2005) Building Relationships. In: Putnam, L., Abell, G.T. and Abell, G.H., (eds.) A Celebration in Words: Sage 40 1965-2005. SAGE Publications, Thousand Oaks, CA., pp. 87-88.

Miller, T. (2005) Film studies. In: Wolfreys, J., (ed.) The Continuum Encyclopedia of Modern Criticism and Theory. Bloomsbury Publishing, pp. 582-591.

Miller, T. (2005) Financialization, emotionalization, and other ugly concepts. In: Nohrstedt, S.A. and Ottosen, R., (eds.) Global war - Local views. Media images of the Iraq war. Nordicom, Stockholm, Sweden, pp. 263-276.

Miller, T. (2005) Hollywood, cultural policy citadel. In: Wayne, M., (ed.) Understanding Film: Marxist Perspectives. Pluto Press, pp. 182-193.

Miller, T. (2005) La reconstrucción cultural del centro de Manhattan tras el 11 de septiembre. In: Cárdenas, T.K., (ed.) Mirada a la ciudad desde la comunicacion y la cultura. Universidad Autónoma de la Ciudad de México, Mexico, pp. 227-251.

Miller, T. (2005) Manchester, USA? In: Andrews, D.L., (ed.) Manchester United: A Thematic Study. Routledge as part of the Taylor and Francis Group, pp. 241-248.

Miller, T. (2005) Masculinity. In: Essed, P., Goldberg, D.T. and Kobayashi, A., (eds.) A Companion to Gender Studies. Wiley-Blackwell, pp. 114-131.

Miller, T. (2005) Media production and consumption. In: Abbas, A. and Erni, J.N., (eds.) Internationalizing Cultural Studies: An Anthology. Wiley-Blackwell, pp. 227-231.

Miller, T. (2005) Parliament, Coverage by television. In: Newcombe, H., (ed.) Museum of Broadcast Communications Encyclopedia of Television. Fitzroy Dearborn Publishers, pp. 1725-1728.

Miller, T. (2004) Australia. In: Sterling, C.H. and Keith, M.C., (eds.) The Museum of Broadcast Communications encyclopedia of Radio. Fitzroy Dearborn Publishers, pp. 128-134.

Miller, T. (2004) Being Ignorant, Living in Manhattan. In: Nohrstedt, S.A. and Ottosen, R., (eds.) U.S. and the Others: Global Media Images on "The War on Terror". Nordicom, Göteborg University, Sweden, pp. 23-34.

Miller, T. (2004) Financialization, emotionalization, and other ugly concepts. In: Narula, M., Sengupta, S., Sundaram, R., Vasudevan, R.S., Bagchi, J. and Lovnik, G., (eds.) Sarai Reader 04: Crisis/Media. The Sarai Programme, Center for the Study of Developing Societies, Delhi, India, pp. 20-28.

Miller, T. (2004) Media critique. In: Ritzer, G., (ed.) Encyclopedia of Social Theory. SAGE Publications, pp. 494-499.

Miller, T. (2004) Mission: Impossible: U.S. Espionage/Adventure series. In: Newcombe, H., (ed.) Museum of Broadcast Communications Encyclopedia of Television,. Fitzroy Dearborn Publishers, pp. 1508-1510.

Miller, T., Lawrence, G., McKay, J. and Rowe, D. (2004) Sports Media sans Frontières. In: Rowe, D., (ed.) Critical readings: Sport, Culture and the Media. Open University Press, pp. 84-98.

Miller, T. (2004) Trainspotting The Avengers. In: Gwenllian-Jones, S. and Pearson, R.E., (eds.) Cult Television. Minnesota University Press, pp. 187-197.

Miller, T. (2004) What we should Do and What We Should Forget in Media Studies Or, My TV A–Z. In: Oren, T.G. and Petro, P., (eds.) Global Currents: Media and Technology Now. Rutgers University Press, pp. 42-64.

Miller, T. (2003) Cultural imperialism and James Bond’s penis. In: Cullen, D., (ed.) The James Bond Phenomenon: A Critical Reader. Manchester University Press, pp. 122-153.

Miller, T. (2003) The Film Industry and the Government: Endless Mr Beans and Mr Bonds? In: Lewis, J. and Miller, T., (eds.) Critical Cultural Policy Studies. Wiley-Blackwell, pp. 134-141.

Miller, T. (2003) Introduction. In: Miller, T., (ed.) Television: Critical Concepts in Media and Cultural Studies. Routledge as part of the Taylor and Francis Group, pp. 1-32.

Lewis, J. and Miller, T. (2003) Introduction. In: Lewis, J. and Miller, T., (eds.) Critical Cultural Policy Studies. Wiley-Blackwell, pp. 1-9.

Miller, T. (2003) James Bond’s Penis. In: Cullen, D., (ed.) The James Bond phenomenon: A critical reader. Manchester University Press, 232 -247.

Miller, T. (2003) Mass media. In: Kutler, S.I., (ed.) Dictionary of American History. Charles Scribner's Sons, pp. 260-261.

Miller, T. and Ledger, M.C. (2003) Runaway Production, Runaway Consumption, Runaway Citizenship: The New International Division of Cultural Labor. In: Miller, T., (ed.) Television: Critical Concepts in Media and Cultural Studies. Routledge as part of the Taylor and Francis Group, pp. 20-47.

Miller, T. (2003) Self-Help, etc. In: Hansen, S., McHoul, A. and Rapley, M., (eds.) Beyond Help: A Consumer’s Guide to Psychology. PCCS Books, pp. 63-95.

Miller, T. (2003) What it is and What it isn’t: Cultural studies meets graduate student labor. In: Sarat, A.D. and Simon, J., (eds.) Cultural Analysis, Cultural Studies, and the Law: Moving Beyond Legal Realism. Duke University Press, pp. 73-104.

Miller, T. (2002) Consuming the citizen: The new international division of cultural labor and the trade in screen texts. In: Chan, J.M. and McIntyre, B.T., (eds.) In Search of Boundaries: Communication, Nation-States, and Cultural Identities. Praeger, pp. 34-58.

Miller, T. (2002) Cultural citizenship. In: Isin, E.F. and Turner, B.S., (eds.) Handbook of Citizenship Studies. SAGE Publications, pp. 231-243.

Deer, P. and Miller, T. (2002) A Day That Will Live In...? In: Vasudevan, R.S., Bagchi, J., Sundaram, R., Narula, M., Lovink, G. and Segupta, S., (eds.) Sarai Reader 02: The Cities of Everyday Life. The Sarai Programme, Center for the Study of Developing Societies, pp. 192-199.

Miller, T. (2002) From Brahmin Julia to Working-Class Emeril: The Evolution of Television Cooking. In: Collins, J., (ed.) High-Pop: Making Culture into Popular Entertainment. Wiley-Blackwell, pp. 75-89.

Miller, T. (2002) Historical citizenship and the Fremantle Prison Follies: Frederick Wiseman comes to Western Australia. In: Mirzoeff, N., (ed.) The Visual Culture Reader. Psychology Press, pp. 307-323.

Miller, T. and Turner, G. (2002) Radio. In: Cunningham, S. and Turner, G., (eds.) The Media and Communications in Australia. Allen & Unwin, pp. 133-151.

Miller, T. (2002) Tomorrow Will Be ... Risky and Disciplined. In: Friedman, J., (ed.) Reality Squared: Televisual Discourse on the Real. Rutgers University Press, pp. 203-220.

Miller, T. (2001) The Action Series. In: Creeber, G., Miller, T. and Tulloch, J., (eds.) The Television Genre Book. British Film Institute, London, pp. 17-21.

Miller, T. (2001) Bibliographical resources for cultural studies. In: Miller, T., (ed.) A Companion to Cultural Studies. Wiley-Blackwell, pp. 529-552.

Miller, T. (2001) Cinema studies doesn’t matter; Or, I know what you did last semester. In: Tinkcom, M. and Villarejo, A., (eds.) Keyframes: Popular Cinema and Cultural Studies. Routledge as part of the Taylor and Francis Group, pp. 303-311.

McKay, J., Lawrence, G., Miller, T. and Rowe, D. (2001) Gender equity, hegemonic masculinity and the governmentalisation of Australian amateur sport. In: Bennett, T. and Carter, D., (eds.) Culture in Australia: Policies, Publics and Programs. Cambridge University Press, pp. 233-251.

Miller, T. and Lawrence, G. (2001) Globalization and Culture. In: Miller, T., (ed.) A Companion to Cultural Studies. Wiley-Blackwell, pp. 490-509.

Miller, T. (2001) James Bond's Penis. In: Lehman, P., (ed.) Masculinity: Bodies, Movies, Culture. Routledge as part of the Taylor and Francis Group, New York, USA, pp. 243-256.

Miller, T. (2001) The NEA in the 1990s: A Black Eye on the Arts? In: Meredyth, D. and Minson, J., (eds.) Citizenship and Cultural Policy. SAGE Publications, pp. 35-51.

Miller, T. (2001) The Populist Debate. In: Creeber, G., Miller, T. and Tulloch, J., (eds.) The Television Genre Book. British Film Institute, pp. 76-79.

Miller, T. (2001) Screening food: French cuisine and the television palate. In: Schehr, L.R. and Weiss, A.S., (eds.) French Food: On the Table, On the Page, and in French Culture. Routledge as part of the Taylor and Francis Group, pp. 221-228.

Miller, T. (2001) What it is and what it isn't: Introducing…Cultural Studies. In: A Companion to Cultural Studies. Wiley, pp. 1-19.

Miller, T. (2001) The first penis impeached. In: Berlant, L. and Duggan, L., (eds.) Our Monica, Ourselves: The Clinton Affair and the National Interest. NYU Press, pp. 116-133.

Miller, T. (2000) The Film Industry and the Government: ‘Endless Mr Beans and Mr Bonds’? In: Murphy, R., (ed.) British Cinema of the 90s. Bloomsbury Publishing, pp. 37-47.

Rowe, D. and Miller, T. (2000) Gays: Homophobia/Homoeroticism. In: Cashmore, E., (ed.) Sports Culture: An A-Z Guide. Routledge as part of the Taylor and Francis Group, pp. 151-155.

Miller, T. (2000) Hollywood and the World. In: Hill, J. and Gibson, P.C., (eds.) American Cinema and Hollywood: Critical Approaches. Oxford University Press, pp. 145-155.

Miller, T. (2000) Introduction: The Image and technology. In: Stam, R. and Miller, T., (eds.) Film and Theory: An Anthology. Wiley-Blackwell, pp. 85-101.

Miller, T. (2000) Men of the Game. In: Schaffer, K. and Smith, S., (eds.) The Olympics at the Millennium: Power, Politics, and the Games. Rutgers University Press, New Brunswick, USA, pp. 91-98.

Rowe, D., McKay, J. and Miller, T. (2000) Panic sports and the racialized male body. In: McKay, J., Messner, M.A. and Sabo, D., (eds.) Masculinities, Gender Relations, and Sport. SAGE Publications, pp. 245-262.

Miller, T. (2000) The truth is a murky path. In: Hartley, J., Pearson, R.E. and Vieth, E., (eds.) American Cultural Studies: A Reader. Oxford University Press, pp. 340-348.

McHoul, A. and Miller, T. (1997) The radio intellectual: Specific, general, or just wired? In: Morris, A.K., (ed.) Sound states: Innovative poetics and acoustical technologies. University of North Carolina Press, Chapel Hill, pp. 56-73.

Book

Durrer, V., Miller, T. (ED) and O'Brien, D. (2018) The Routledge Handbook of Global Cultural Policy. Routledge as part of the Taylor and Francis group.

Miller, T. (2018) Spyscreen: Espionage on Film and TV from 1930s to the 1960s. Oxford University Press.

Miller, T. (2017) Greenwashing Culture. Routledge as part of Taylor and Francis.

Miller, T. (2017) Greenwashing Sport. Taylor and Francis.

Miller, T. (ED) (2017) The Routledge Companion to Global Popular Culture. Routledge as part of the Taylor and Francis Group.

Miller, T. and Kraidy, M.W. (2016) Global Media Studies. Polity Press.

Alvarado, M., Buonanno, M., Gray, H. and Miller, T. (EDs) (2014) The SAGE Handbook of Television Studies. SAGE Publications.

Miller, T. (2012) Blow up the humanities. Temple University Press, Philadelphia, PA.

Maxwell, R. and Miller, T. (2012) Greening the Media. Oxford University Press, New York.

Miller, T., Maxwell, R., Govil, N., McMurria, J. and Wang, T. (2012) Küresel Hollywood: Ekonomi-Politik. Doruk Yayinlari.

Miller, T. (2010) Television Studies: The Basics. Routledge as part of the Taylor and Francis Group.

Miller, T. (ED) (2009) The Contemporary Hollywood Reader. Routledge as part of the Taylor and Francis Group, London, England.

Lewis, J. and Miller, T. (ED) (2008) Critical cultural policy studies. Wiley-Blackwell.

Miller, T. (2008) Makeover Nation: The United States of Reinvention. The Ohio State University Press/Columbus, Columbus, Ohio.

Creeber, G., Miller, T. (ED) and Tulloch, J. (2008) The Television Genre Book. British Film Institute.

Miller, T., Govil, N., McMurria, J., Maxwell, R. and Wang, T. (2004) Global Hollywood 2. Palgrave Macmillan.

Miller, T. and Stam, R. (EDs) (2003) A Companion to Film Theory. Wiley-Blackwell.

Miller, T. and Yúdice, G. (2002) Cultural Policy. SAGE Publications.

Miller, T. (2002) Sportsex. Temple Press.

Miller, T. (ED) (2001) A Companion to Cultural Studies. Wiley-Blackwell.

Miller, T. (2001) Global Hollywood. British Film Institute.

Stam, R. and Miller, T. (ED) (2000) Film and Theory: An anthology. Wiley-Blackwell.

Martin, R. and Miller, T. (EDs) (1999) SportCult. University of Minnesota Press.

Miller, T. and McHoul, A. (1998) Popular culture and everyday life. SAGE Publications Ltd, London, England.

Miller, T. (1997) The Avengers. BFI Publishing.

Miller, T. (1997) Technologies of truth: Cultural Citizenship and the Popular Media. Minnesota University Press.

Cunningham, S. and Miller, T. (1994) Contemporary Australian Television. UNSW Press, Sydney, NSW.

Miller, T. (1993) The Well-Tempered Self: Citizenship, Culture, and the Postmodern Subject. John Hopkins University Press.

Working Paper

Miller, T. (2005) Anti-Americanism and Popular Culture. Central European University. Center for Policy Studies.

Thesis

Miller, Toby (1991) The well-tempered self: Formations of the cultural subject. PhD thesis, Murdoch University.

Report

Yeo, S.J. and Miller, T. (2017) Artists in tech cities. Arts Council. England, London.

Creative Output

Gambaccini, P., Miller, T. and Thompson, D. (2018) Argo. [Radio Broadcast] [Creative Output]

Gambaccini, P. and Miller, T. (2018) Titanic. [Radio Broadcast] [Creative Output]

Gambaccini, P. and Miller, T. (2017) 12 Years a Slave. [Radio Broadcast] [Creative Output]

Gambaccini, P. and Miller, T. (2017) All About Eve. [Radio Broadcast] [Creative Output]

Gambaccini, P. and Miller, T. (2017) Schindler's List. [Radio Broadcast] [Creative Output]

Masters, I. and Miller, T. (2017) Trump Disses the Australian PM. [Radio Broadcast] [Creative Output]

Masters, I. and Miller, T. (2017) UK's PM Theresa May's Grave miscalculation. [Radio Broadcast] [Creative Output]

Ahmed, R. and Miller, T. (2017) Venezuela. [Radio Broadcast] [Creative Output]

Miller, T. (2006) Globalisation and sport. [Radio Broadcast] [Creative Output]

Others

Miller, T. (2012) Australian politics from a distance. Essays. Australian National University. School of Politics & International Relations .

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