Mary Lou Remley

Mary Lou Remley

remleym@indiana.edu

Education
  • Ohio University, Ph.D., Doctor of Philosophy, 1960
  • Southeast Missouri State University, B.S., Bachelor of Science, 1951
Background
  • President, North American Society for Sport History (NASSH), 1979
  • Outstanding Civilian Service Medal, United States Military Academy
Biography

  • President, North American Society for Sport History (NASSH), 1979
  • Outstanding Civilian Service Medal, United States Military Academy

Research:

Dr. Remley has made innumerable contributions to the field of physical education and has been a dynamic leader in the field of sport history.

Selected Publications
(1979). The Spread of Swedish Gymnastics through Teacher Training. Presented at the International Congress for the History of Sport and Physical Education, Uppsala, Sweden. The Steel-Engraving Lady and the Gibson Girl: The American Sportswoman in Transition. (1975). The Wisconsin Idea of Dance: A Decade of Progress, 1917-1926. Wisconsin Magazine of History, 58, 180. Women and Competitive Athletics. The Maryland Historian, 89-94.