Pamela Stewart is a historian and senior lecturer in the College of Integrative Sciences and Arts at Arizona State University. She earned a doctorate in modern European history and women’s studies and has received awards for teaching, research and service, including the Coordinating Council for Women in History’s Catherine Prelinger Award and ASU’s Centennial Professorship (2007-2008). A current book manuscript, “Educating the Body Towards Equality: Ina E. Gittings’ Pioneering Path for Women’s Sports in the American West, 1885-1966,” centers the life of athlete and scholar, Ina E. Gittings as she shaped university physical education and athletics in Arizona and the American West. She regularly teaches with ASU’s Osher Lifelong Learning Institute (OLLI) and has also served as a touring and research docent at Phoenix Art Museum since 2011.
A creative resurgence of the official publication of the National Woman Suffrage Association.