Associate Professor of Anthropology, Director of American Indian Studies
Student Health, 301
Department of Culture, Society & Justice
875 Perimeter Dr. MS 4207
University of Idaho
Moscow, ID 83843-1110
Born on the San Carlos Apache reservation in Arizona. An enrolled member of the San Carlos Apache tribe. Married to Dr. Vanessa Anthony-Stevens. Daughters are Carmen and Hazel.
- Anthony-Stevens, V.; Stevens, P.; Nicholas, S. (2014). Teaching Social Justice in the Public Academy: Redressing Enduring Struggle with Vignettes of Raiding and Alliances. In J. Hansen (Ed.), Exploring Indigenous Social Justice. Vernon, Canada: JCharlton Publishing.
- My research interests are in the field of Apache mathematics, educational pedagogical disconnects between dominant cultures and Indian communities, “educational raiding”, and the cultural values imparted through the educational process.
Stevens has started to develop connections with local underrepresented communities in the University of Idaho system; in particular local tribes.