Kristi Tredway (forthcoming). Social Activism in Women’s Tennis: Generations of Politics and Cultural Change. Under contract with Routledge; expected delivery date of July 2019.
Kristi Tredway (forthcoming). Intersectionality and Articulation: Epistemological Overlaps. Under contract with Lexington Books; expected delivery date of May 2020.
Refereed Journal Articles
Kristi Tredway (forthcoming). Serena Williams and (the Perception of) Violence: Intersectionality, the Performance of Blackness, and Women’s Professional Tennis. Ethnic and Racial Studies.
Kristi Tredway (forthcoming). Rainbow Flags Over Margaret Court Arena: Commemoration vs. Grassroots LGBTQ Social Activism at the Australian Open Tennis Championships. Interactions: Studies in Communication & Culture, 10(1/2).
Kristi Tredway (2018). Engaging Students of Intersectionality Through Sports Media: Using Women’s Tennis to Teach the Matrix of Domination. Teaching Media Quarterly, special issue on Intersectionality and Media, 6(2), p. 1-8. [pdf]
Kristi Tredway & Rita Liberti (2018). “‘All Frocked Up in Purple’: Rosie Casals, Virginia Slims, and the Politics of Fashion at Wimbledon, 1972.” Fashion, Style & Popular Culture, 5(2); p. 235-247. [pdf]
Kristi Tredway (2016). “‘The Leaning Tower of Pizzazz’: Ted Tinling, Couturier for the Women’s Professional Tennis Revolution.” Fashion, Style & Popular Culture, 3(3), p. 295-312. [pdf]
Kristi Tredway (2014). “Judith Butler Redux — The Heterosexual Matrix and the Out Lesbian Athlete: Amélie Mauresmo, Gender Performance, and Women’s Professional Tennis.” Journal of the Philosophy of Sport, 41(2), p. 163-176. [pdf]
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Kristi Tredway (2019). “The Original 9, Women’s Lob Feminism, and the Social Movement That Launched Women’s Professional Tennis, 1968-1973.” In S. Wagg, C. Osborne, & R. Lake (eds.), The Routledge Handbook of Tennis: History, Culture and Politics, London: Routledge.
Kristi Tredway (2018). “The Performance of Blackness and Femininity in Postfeminist Times: Visualizing Serena Williams Within the Context of Corporate Globalization.” In K. Toffoletti, H. Thorpe & J. Francombe-Webb (eds.), New Sporting Femininities: Embodied Politics in Postfeminist Times, London: Palgrave. [pdf]
Kristi Tredway (2018). “Judith Butler, Feminism and the Sociology of Sport.” In L. Mansfield, J. Caudwell, R. Watson & B. Wheaton (eds.), The Palgrave Handbook of Feminisms in Sport, Leisure and Physical Education, London: Palgrave.
Kristi Tredway, (2016). “Charging the Net: Social Activism in Women’s Professional Tennis.” Doctoral Dissertation, University of Maryland.
Kristi Tredway, (2001). “A Nation of the Plains: The Religious Nationalism of the Lakota, 1851-1890.” Master’s Thesis, University of Colorado.