- PhD, History, University of Memphis
- MA, History, University of Memphis
- BA, History, Xavier University of Louisiana
K.T. Ewing is an Associate Professor of Gender and Race Studies. She is a proud third generation HBCU graduate whose interests include Black history, women and gender studies, and the influence of blues culture in American society. She has writings published in The Black Scholar, Black Perspectives, Transformations in Africana Studies, and Black Female Sexualities. Her current book project, Remember My Name: Alberta Hunter and the Two-Faced Archive, examines the life of Alberta Hunter, a twentieth-century blues and cabaret singer from Memphis, Tennessee.