Jason Holloway

Instructor of Liberal and Historical Studies
Coordinator of New Student Advising and Retention

Jason Holloway

Education

  • B.A., Wake Forest University, 2005
  • B.A., Edinboro University of Pennsylvania, 2010
  • M.A., Edinboro University of Pennsylvania, 2009
  • GradCert., Georgia State University, 2013
  • M.A., Georgia State University, 2015

Jason R. Holloway joined the faculty at Mercer University in 2015 as an Instructor of Liberal and Historical Studies and the Coordinator of New Student Advising and Retention for the College of Professional Advancement. He holds dual MA degrees in Social Sciences – History from Edinboro University of Pennsylvania and in Spanish from Georgia State University as well as dual BA degrees in History and Foreign Languages – Spanish from Wake Forest University and Edinboro University of Pennsylvania respectively. He is currently working toward completion of a PhD in World History at Georgia State University, holding All but Dissertation (ABD) status, with areas of specialization in Modern Europe, Colonial and Modern Latin America and the Modern Middle East. Previous to Mercer University, he has taught history at Georgia Perimeter College and Spanish at Georgia State University.

Courses taught

  • GLEN 235: Globalization and Social Change
  • GLEN 301: Liberal Studies Practicum
  • HIST 210: America in the World
  • HIST 390: Revolutions in the Atlantic World
  • LBST 255: History and Culture of Modern Latin America
  • LBST 302: Empires of the Atlantic
  • LBST 302: Discovery, Conquest and Colonization
  • UNIV 110: The Culture of the University

Research and professional interests

  • 20th century Germany and the expulsion of ethnic Germans from Eastern Europe after World War II
  • Colonial Latin America, the encounter/conquest period, specifically
  • Latin American
  • Medieval, Early Modern
  • Middle Eastern history in general
  • Modern European

Contact Jason Holloway


holloway_jr@mercer.edu
404.615.5416
Office location: Stetson Hall Room 121