After writing her master's thesis on Navajo artists and the Santa FeIndian School Studio, Pamela intends to continue and expand on her research forher future dissertation. She is also interested in such areas as gender andidentity formation within the context of twentieth-century United Stateshistory. In addition, Pamela is an enthusiastic supporter of public historyafter having earned her Master's Degree in that field. In 2012, Pamela received the New Mexico StateUniversity Clark-Kropp Award for outstanding graduate student.
EarnedBA summa cum laude from Colorado Mesa University in 2007 and received an MAwith honors from NMSU in 2012.
Native American History, American History, 19thand 20th Century Southwest America, Labor History