Stacey Guill is a 17 year resident of Boise, Idaho. She received her Masters in Literature from Boise State University in 1998 and earned her PhD in Literature and Criticism from Indiana University of Pennsylvania in 2006. Her doctoral dissertation in entitled "Hemingway and The Spanish Earth: Art, Politics, and War." In 2007 she received a Smith-Reynolds Founders Fellowship Research Grant to continue her research. She has presented at several International Hemingway Conferences and recently taught a seminar for the Osher Institute entitled: "Ernest Hemingway's For Whom the Bell Tolls and The Spanish Civil War."
"'The Spanish Earth,' 'Guernica,' For Whom the Bell tolls and The Spanish Pavilion" The Ivens Magazine (December 2006)
"'Aviacíon! Aviacíon! The Interpretation of a New Warscape in 'The Spanish Earth' and For Whom the Bell Tolls" The Ivens Magazine (October 2010)
"'Now You Have Seen It': Ernest Hemingway, Joris Ivens, and 'The Spanish Earth'" The Hemingway Review (Fall 2010)
"Pilar and Maria: Hemingway's Homage to the 'New Woman' of Spain"The Hemingway Review (Spring 2011)
Other Scholarly Work
Editorial/Research Assistant to Dr. Rena Sanderson, Editor, Volume 3, Hemingway Letters Project