Kristina Graves is a historian and educator from Atlanta, Georgia. She teaches AP and US History to high school students at Stilwell School of the Arts and works as an adjunct instructor at Clayton State University. Recently, Dr. Graves completed her Ph.D. in American History at Georgia State University. Her fields of study include the 19th and 20th century United States, women and gender history, and global social movements. Dr. Graves' 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.