The Women & Gender Studies department at the University of Colorado, my undergraduate department, has just published an alumna update on me in their latest newsletter. I am honored to be a CU Women Studies alum! Check out the article at: http://www.colorado.edu/wgst/2016/10/27/alumna-update-kristi-tredway-phd
I will be teaching two courses for the Women, Gender & Sexuality Studies Program at St. Mary’s College of Maryland in the spring: Introduction to Women, Gender & Sexuality Studies, which I created the syllabus for and taught this fall (2016), and Black Feminisms, a course that I will be creating from the ground up. I am very excited to be teaching these courses!
I have become a reviewer for the International Review for the Sociology of Sport. It is exciting to have the opportunity to read and really think deeply about upcoming articles in my area.
I am excited to be a Visiting Assistant Professor of Women, Gender and Sexuality Studies at St. Mary’s College of Maryland for the 2016-2017 academic year. In this position, I will teach Introduction to Women, Gender and Sexuality Studies for the Women, Gender, and Sexuality Studies Program while also continuing with writing and publishing my research.
My article, “‘The Leaning Tower of Pizzazz’: Ted Tinling, Couturier for the Women’s Professional Tennis Revolution.”, has been published in Fashion, Style & Popular Culture — volume 3, issue 3 (the October 2016 issue), p. 295-312. This article has been available electronically since July, 2016.
Photographs from the article, including photographs of a few Tinling-created dresses, can be viewed on the Fashion, Style & Popular Culture‘s Facebook page.
On May 19, 2016, I received my PhD. My doctoral studies culminated in my dissertation, “Charging the Net: Social Activism in Women’s Professional Tennis.” And for the departmental announcement of my graduation, click here: PCS’ Latest PhD!: Kristi Tredway