Reuben Miller, PhD
Reuben Miller is an Assistant Professor at the U-M School of Social Work. Miller’s research, writing, and community involvement have focused on the lives and livelihoods of former prisoners as they attempt to reenter their respective home communities, and the health effects of contemporary punishment and urban poverty policy on groups stratified by race, class, and region. Miller has contributed to journals of Social Work, Sociology, Criminology, and Public Health. Miller’s current work compares the experiences and outcomes of former prisoners in North America and the U.K., examining issues of punishment and public health, and the role families play in prisoners’ transition home.