About the Author

Barbara Sternberg signs copies of her book at Boone Mountain Sports.

Barbara Edwards Sternberg was born in England. She has a B.A. in Sociology from the London School of Economics. Emigrating to the United States with her husband-to-be, architect and planner Eugene D. Sternberg (1915-2005) she came with him to Denver when he was appointed Professor of Design at Denver University’s new School of Architecture and Planning. Barbara was awarded a Teaching Assistantship to complete her Master’s degree in Urban Sociology at DU.

While raising five children, she taught courses in urban sociology and race relations part-time at the University of Denver, Colorado Woman’s College and Opportunity School. She also volunteered enthusiastically for a variety of causes to which she was dedicated: the improvement of mental health services, advancement of civil rights and educational innovation. She wrote many non-fiction articles and also collaborated with her husband on articles and books about urban planning and architecture. Their final collaboration was Evergreen, Our Mountain Community, a book about the Sternbergs’ adopted hometown.

Barbara Sternberg says that writing about Anne Evans has been a deeply satisfying excursion into the history of Colorado and of Denver, especially its cultural development. Unexpected discoveries about the life of Anne Evans have come to light during the research for this book, and challenging questions have arisen. Not all of them have yet been satisfactorily answered. Barbara expects that more revelations may come to light in the discussion aroused by the publication of this book.

Also by Barbara Sternberg

Towards An Urban Sociology of Denver

Co-authored:

Anne-Evans – A Pioneer in Colorado’s Cultural History

Barbara Edwards Sternberg with Jennifer Boone & Evelyn Waldron

Evergreen, Our Mountain Community with Eugene Sternberg

Community Centers and Student Unions with Eugene Sternberg

If I Die and When I Do: Exploring Death with Young People with Franki Sternberg (Francesca Starr)

Anthologies:

Womanthology: A Collections of Colorado Women Poets

Seasonings for a Colorado Afternoon: Gourmet Poems and Spicy Recipes

The book may be obtained through Buffalo Park Press

For information, email info@anne-evans.com or call 303-894-0269.
This project is co-published with the Center for Colorado and the West Auraria Library.
© 2011-2012 By Barbara Sternberg. All right reserved.