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Nick Miller

Nick Miller portraitChair, History Department

Specializations

European

Education

Ph.D., Indiana University
M.A., Indiana University
B.A., UC Santa Barbara


Nick Miller teaches courses on modern European history, nationalism, communism, and refugees, along with other occasional offerings. He began his career researching and writing on modern Yugoslav history; currently his work focuses on Croatia, Slovenia, and (historic) refugee resettlement. Nick received his doctorate from Indiana University in 1991, and has taught at Boise State University since 1993. He chaired the History Department from 2007 to 2011, and then directed the Arts and Humanities Institute from 2011 to 2016.


Contact

Nick at Plitvice, Croatia, 2015

Nick at Plitvice, Croatia, 2015

Office: L193
Phone: (208) 426-3902
nmiller@boisestate.edu
Office Hours: Mon 1:00-3:00; Tues 9:00-12:00; Thurs 9:00-10:15 & by appointment

Teaching

Stalinism
History of Nationalism
History of the Balkans
Refugee Resettlement in Historical Perspective


Graduate Students

Dean Hagerman


Selected Scholarship

Between Nation and State: Serbian Politics in Croatia before the First World War
(University of Pittsburgh Press, 1997)

The Nonconformists: Culture, Politics, and Nationalism in a Serbian Intellectual Circle, 1944-1991
(Central European University Press, 2007)


To read more about Dr. Miller, his work or his research, click on his Scholarworks or Academia pages below