Welcome to the academic website of Professor Kristina Graves, Adjunct Instructor of History in the Department of Humanities at Clayton State University. I have been a proud contributor to Clayton State University since 2008, where I am excited to be part of a university culture that values student achievement and creates a strong learning community. This website was created to support the instruction and learning of my students.
In addition to being an adjunct instructor at Clayton State University, I am also a high school teacher at Martha Ellen Stilwell School of the Arts in Clayton County. In 2012, I began the PhD program at Georgia State University. My fields of study are 19th and 20th century United States, women/gender history, and global social movements. My research focus is on the women's suffrage movement in the United States and Britain and constructions of gender in the Gilded Age/Edwardian Age/Progressive Era. My passion is history education. I love learning about the past and my goal is to encourage that excitement in others.