Events and Press

The Rural Women’s Studies Association Triennial Conference in 2021 hosted by Guelph University extends proposal deadline to September 30, 2020. See this link for the call for papers and updated information.

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The Women’s History Month 2020 events have been canceled for now, with hopes to reschedule next Fall. The book signings in Oklahoma have also been canceled for now, but with hopes to reschedule as soon as it is safe to do so. Please check back for more information and stay well!


I am really looking forward to all of the events schedule for Women’s History Month at WSU Tri-cities. Check out our events here: Women’s History Month 2020

Well it’s happening! Oklahoma Rodeo Women will be out on Monday, February 17th! This little book was a fun exploration of the history of women involved in rodeo in Oklahoma. I will be signing copies over my Spring Break in March, so please stop and say hello.  March 18th at 7:00 p.m. I will be in Tulsa at Magic City Books and on Saturday, March 21st at the Pioneer Woman Museum in Ponca City at 2:00 p.m.

The Rural Women’s Studies Association welcomes proposals to the RWSA Triennial Conference in 2021 and hosted by Guelph University in Guelph, Ontario. See this link for the call for papers and submit a proposal by May 31, 2020.

Visiting Scholar to The Helmerich Center for American Research. Presenting at the Symposium: Gender and Identity in the American West Fall Symposium sponsored by The Gilcrease Museum: “Wear a Bigger Bow: Working Cowgirls Accentuating Femininity in their Masculine Work” October, 2018.

Muriel H. Wright Award for outstanding articles published in The Chronicles of Oklahoma in 2014 to Tracey Hanshew