About

Anna S. CohenMiller, PhD, is an educational leader and qualitative methodologist focused on social justice and equity in multicultural educational contexts. She specializes in arts-based methods to facilitate voice of participants and marginalized communities.

Broadly, Dr. CohenMiller focuses on solving issues of gender in education and the workplace and on innovating teaching to facilitate learning in preK – higher education contexts. Currently, she is working on a textbook about qualitative research, Questions in Qualitative Research in Multicultural Contexts (Routledge, 2020, CohenMiller & Boivin). Currently, Dr. CohenMiller is an Assitant Professor of Education in the Graduate School of Education at Nazarbayev University and Co-Founding Director of The Consortium of Gender Scholars (Kazakhstan).

Dr. CohenMiller is committed to developing international networks to build collaboration to bring awareness and solve complex social problems. As such, she has developed interdisciplinary, international initiatives such as The Motherscholar Project (Founding Director), The Consortium of Gender Scholars (Co-Founding Director) and Dialogue: The Interdisciplinary Journal of Popular Culture and Pedagogy (Co-Founder, Editor-in-Chief).