About Lynn Miller
Lynn Miller was born and grew up in Dodge City, Kansas (yes, that Dodge City), then earned bachelor's and master's degrees from the University of Kansas. He first saw an ocean when he flew over the Atlantic for a year of post-graduate work at the Institut de Hautes Etudes Internationales in Geneva, Switzerland. Then came a Ph.D in Politics from Princeton University.
He was briefly a Californian, beginning his academic career at UCLA, then moved back east to Philadelphia and Temple University, where he labored happily and, he hopes, productively, for quite a few years. He is now a Professor Emeritus of Political Science at Temple. At some point along his road to this point, he discovered that Philadelphia had become his hometown. When he retired, his goal was to devote his energies to writing and painting. And here he is.
Organizing Mankind, Holbrook Press, 1972
Reflections on the Cold War (co-author), Temple University
Global Order: Values and Power in International Politics,
Westview Press, 1985, rev. ed., 1990, 1994, 1998
Governing Tomorrow's Campus (co-author) A.C.E. and
Global Challenge: Change and Continuity in World Politics
(co-author), Harcourt Brace, 1997
French Philadelphia: The French Cultural and Historical
Presence in the Delaware Valley (co-author), Beach-
City in a Park: A History of Philadelphia's Fairmount
Park System (co-author), Temple University Press,
Salut! France Meets Philadelphia (co-author), Temple
University Press, ca. 2018
OTHER: Book chapters, journal articles, monographs, book reviews,
Crossing the Line, Author House, 2010
The Eye of a Bird, 1977
The Guile Weaver, 1979
Fiction Editor, The Bucks County Writer, 2003-2005
He occasionally tries his hand at writing poetry.