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Stacy E. Holden

Stacy E. Holden

Associate Professor // History

Affiliated Faculty // American Studies // SIS

Affiliated Faculty // Comparative Literature // SLC

Affiliated Faculty // Jewish Studies // SIS

Affiliated Faculty // Religious Studies // SIS

Affiliated Faculty // SIS

Research focus:
Modern Middle East and North Africa, US Relations with the Arab World

Curriculum vitae

Office and Contact

Room: BRNG 6166

Office hours:

  • Spring 2024:
  • Mondays, 2-3pm


Fax: (765) 496-1755


Hist 246 Modern Middle East and North Africa
Hist 31105 World War I in the Middle East
Hist 250 US Relations with the Middle East and North Africa
Hist 31205 The Arab-Israeli Conflict
Hist 34505 Arabs in American Eyes
Hist 455 Modern Iraq

Ph.D., Boston University, 2005


Stacy E. Holden teaches about the modern Middle East and North Africa as well as US engagement with the Mediterranean world. She is the author of The Politics of Food in Modern Morocco (University Press of Florida, 2009) and A Documentary History of Modern Iraq (University Press of Florida, 2012). She has written on war monuments, historic preservation, urban labor, and representations of the Arab world in American romance novels. She is currently completing a book for Cambridge University Press, “Edith Wharton and the Islamic East: How a Gilded Age Novelist Laid a Foundation for U.S. Interventionism in the Twentieth Century.”