Millar Fisher has taught widely as an adjunct lecturer since 2009. In 2020 and 2021 she co-taught the Designing Motherhood course at the University of Pennsylvania’s School of Design. In 2017, she was part of the team that built MoMA’s widely-used Fashion as Design Coursera course which has had over 250,000 enrolled students to date.

In 2011, Millar Fisher co-founded (AHTR), a Kress Foundation-funded digital humanities project focused on the scholarship of teaching and learning in Art History. The site is used in 185+ countries with over 250,000 unique visits every year. In 2016, AHTR founded the peer-reviewed and CUNY Digital Commons-housed journal Art History Pedagogy and Practice, the first journal dedicated to the scholarship of teaching and learning (SoTL) in art history.

Millar Fisher has been an instructor of record at the following institutions: Warren Wilson MA in Crirical Craft program; Fine Arts Department, University of Pennsylvania; Bard Prison Initiative; The Frick Collection; Parsons The New School For Design; Graduate School of Design, Harvard University; Department of Fine & Performing Arts, Baruch College, CUNY; New York University; Sotheby’s Institute of Art Online; The Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum

Courses taught: Craft Schools; Designing Motherhood; States of Design (co-taught); Modern and Contemporary Design (Mellon Funded Initiative); Design and Violence; The Art Market; Art & Architecture of the 19th Century; Global Art History Survey I & II; Perspectives in World Art & Design 1 & 2; Objects as History (Thematic Global Survey); Critical Reading & Writing; Integrative Seminar for ESL students; Eighteenth and Nineteenth Century Painting, Identity & Modernity; What is Art History?; Reconsidering Boucher.

Courses assisted: History of Western Architecture (TA); Contemporary Chinese Art; Art as Alternative Investment & Understanding Art Market Trends (Online TA).