Publications

Articles in Refereed Journals

Miletic, Philip. “Octavia E. Butler’s Response to Black Arts/Black Power Literature and Rhetoric in Kindred.” African American Review. 49.3 (2016). Print.

Miletic, Philip. “Hashtagging Gaddis: #OccupyGaddis’s Residual Adoption of William Gaddis’s J R.” Canadian Review of American Studies. 46.2 (2016). Print.

Miletic, Philip. “The Biopolitical Animal: The Possibility of Posthumanist Ethics in Grant Morrison’s We3.” International Journal of Comic Art. Vol 15.2 (Fall 2013). Print.

Articles Submitted and Under Review at Refereed Journals

Miletic, Philip. “Gertrude Stein’s Everybody’s Autobiography as a Radio Text.” Modernist Cultures.  Submitted Fall 2017.

Miletic, Philip. “Navigating Sonic Modernity in Gertrude Stein’s Everybody’s Autobiography.” Sound Effects: An Interdisciplinary Journal of Sound and Sound Experience. Submitted Fall 2017.

Miletic, Philip. “Playing an Automedia Game: Cibele and Reconceiving Games Beyond Militaristic and Misogynist Conventions.” Biography. Submitted Fall 2017.

Non-Refereed Publications

Miletic, Philip. “‘You are not alone’: The Unlikely Intersection between Dark Souls, Burial, and…Writing the Dissertation.” firstpersonscholar.com. First Person Scholar. Web. 2017. 

Miletic, Philip “Rewriting Gertrude Stein.” englishatwaterloo.wordpress.com. Words in Place. Web. 2016. 

Presentations

Cronin, Keely, and Philip Miletic. MREs and Affective Citizenship. Bibliographical Society of Canada. Ryerson University, Toronto (ON). Canada. 2017.

Miletic, Philip. “Tender Vibrations: The Vibratory Nexus of Gertrude Stein’s Tender Buttons.” ACCUTE. Ryerson University, Toronto (ON). Canada. 2017

Miletic, Philip. “The Rhetoric of Democracy and Community in David Foster Wallace and Online Virtual ” DFW 16. Illinois State University, Normal (IL), United States. 2016.

Miletic, Philip. “‘and now everybody will do theirs’: Remediating Gertrude Stein’s Everybody’s Autobiography as a radio event.” ACCUTE. University of Calgary, Calgary (AB), 2016.

Miletic, Philip. “Only Connect: The Virtual Communities of Gertrude Stein and David Foster ” 3 Minute Thesis, faculty heat. University Of Waterloo. March 2016.

Miletic, Philip. “The Autobiographical Writing of Infinite Jest Reading Group Blogs.” DHSI Colloquium. University of Victoria, Victoria (BC), Canada. 2015.

Miletic, Philip. “American New Sincerity and (Virtual) Community: Disembodiment and Community in David Foster Wallace’s Infinite Jest.” ACCUTE. University of Ottawa, Ottawa (ON), Canada. 2015.

Miletic, Philip. “Hashtagging Gaddis: #OccupyGaddis’s Residual Adoption of William Gaddis’s J R.” ACCUTE. Brock University, St. Catharines (ON), Canada. 2014.

Miletic, Philip. “Stopping Biological Clocks: The Biopolitical Economy of Time in Rian Johnson’s Looper.” Pacific Ancient and Modern Language Association. San Diego (CA), 2013.

Miletic, Philip. “The Biopolitical Animal: The Possibility of Posthumanist Ethics in Grant Morrison’s We3.” Decentering the Human Subject. SAGE Colloquium. University of Waterloo, Waterloo (ON), Canada. 2012.