AboutStacy Fahrenthold is a historian of the Middle East, with research specializations on modern Syria and Lebanon, migration, displacement, and the First World War in the Ottoman Empire.
She received her Ph.D. from Northeastern University in 2014 and is now an assistant professor of migration history at University of California, Davis.
Work Shared in CORE
Other Publications Public Humanities Writing
“What we can learn from America’s Other Muslim Ban (back in 1918)
,” Tropics of Meta: Historiography for the Masses
, 8 February 2017.
Contributor to Cultural Exchange in a Time of Global Conflict: Colonials, Neutrals, and Belligerents during the First World War
Sourcebook, King’s College London/Humanities in the European Research Area (HERA), November 2016.
“The Other Arab Revolt: on Syrian Mobilization at the Microlevel
.” World War I in the Middle East and North Africa
National Endowment for the Humanities Summer Seminar web project, hosted by Georgetown University. Summer 2014. Edited Collections
“The Syrian and Lebanese American Federation: a Case for Connection.” In Connections and Ruptures: America and the Middle East
, edited by Robert Myers, 273-288. Beirut: American University of Beirut Press, 2011.
“Mother Syria and Syrian Motherhood: Imagining Mahjar Nationality between Ideal and Real.” Zaytoon Graduate Student Journal
1 (Spring 2009), 5-16.
ProjectsBook: Between the Ottomans and the Entente: the First World War in the Syrian Diaspora, 1908-1922. A social history of transnational political activism in the Syrian and Lebanese diaspora from the Young Turk Revolution through the early French Mandates. Under contract with Oxford University Press.
MembershipsMiddle East Studies Association; American Historical Association; Syrian Studies Association; Arab American Studies Association.