Pam Stek's research focuses on nineteenth-century U.S. history. She is currently at work on her doctoral dissertation, entitled "In the Name of Suffering and Struggling Womanhood: Immigrant Women’s Political Activism in the Upper Midwest, 1870-1930."
Pam earned her B.A. in Mathematics from Macalester College, St. Paul, MN, and her M.A. in History at the University of Iowa.
“Militant Mothers: Women and the Minnesota Iron Range Strike of 1916.” The Mining History Journal, 22 (2015).
"Muchakinock: African Americans and the Making of an Iowa Coal Town" in The Annals of Iowa 68:1 (Winter 2009), 37-63. [Read online]