Selected Publications and Presentations
When Pigs Could Fly and Bears Could Dance, A History of the Soviet Circus (Madison: University of Wisconsin Press, 2012)
Miriam Neirick joined the CSUN History Department in 2007. She teaches courses in Russian, world, and women's history in addition to undergraduate and graduate historical methods courses. Dr. Neirick's research has focused on Soviet cultural history and, more recently, on methods for integrating women's history into world history instruction through work with life narratives. She is currently the College of Social and Behavioral Sciences advisor for students attempting to complete the Social Science Subject Matter Program.