Professor Holguín is editor of the Journal of Women’s History and author of Flamenco Nation: The Construction of National Identity (University of Wisconsin Press, 2019) and Creating Spaniards: Culture and National Identity in Republican Spain (University of Wisconsin Press, 2002). Among her publications she has written two articles in The American Historical Review about the Spanish Civil War: “How Did the Spanish Civil War End? . . . Not So Well” (2015), and "'National Spain Invites You': Battlefield Tourism during the Spanish Civil War” (2005). Her research has been funded in part by a grant from the National Endowment for the Humanities, the Program for Cultural Cooperation between Spain’s Ministry of Culture and United States Universities, and the OU’s College of Arts and Sciences Arts and Humanities Faculty Fellowship. A recipient of the Regents Award for Superior Teaching, she teaches a wide variety of courses for the History Department and the Women’s and Gender Studies Program in European intellectual history, European feminist thought, contemporary feminist thought, women and gender in Europe, and courses on the history of Spain. She is former General Secretary (President) of the Association for Spanish and Portuguese Historical Studies. Professor Holguin received her Ph.D. from the University of California, Los Angeles.