Robert Stacey

  • Professor
  • Dean of the College of Arts and Sciences

Ph.D. Yale University, 1983

Fields: Medieval Europe
Phone: 206-221-3491
Office: CMU 071 | Office Hours: By appointment only. Email mhr@uw.edu.

Medieval English history, 11th-14th centuries; Jewish history, particularly in England; political, constitutional, and economic history.

Bibliography:

Politics, Policy, and Finance under Henry III, 1216-1245, Clarendon Press, Oxford, 1987.

Receipt and Issue Rolls, 26 Henry III. Pipe Roll Society. New Series 49 (for 1987-88). London, 1992.

The Making of England to 1399, Houghton Mifflin, Boston, 2001. Volume I of a four volume series, This Realm of England. General Editor: Lacey Baldwin Smith. Together with Prof. Robin Chapman Stacey, has revised this volume, initially authored by the late C. Warren Hollister. Prof. Robert Stacey has authored approximately 50% of the existing text.

Western Civilizations, 16th Edition, W.W. Norton and Co., New York, 2008. co-author, with Prof. Judith Coffin of the University of Texas at Austin, of this western civilization textbook. Previous editions were authored by Professors Robert Lerner and Standish Meacham. Prof. Stacey is responsible for the entirety of Volume I (to 1789).

"Adam of Bristol" and the Development of Ritual Crucifixion Tales in Medieval England. Forthcoming.

The English Jews in the Middle Ages, 1066-1290. Contract signed with Clarendon Press, Oxford. In progress.