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Kristina Mullenix

Majoring in History
The University of Alabama
From Tuscaloosa, Alabama
PhD student at the University of Alabama (History) Research interests: history as a tool to nurture healing in communities; the inter-connecting links between history, community, and social justice; changing narratives to include stories of enslaved people in Alabama; Southern history (Alabama); genealogy, local history, oral history, and public history.
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Kristina Mullenix was recognized for an academic award
Recipient of a Departmental Fellowship (History Department, University of Alabama) 2022-2023
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Student Advisory Committee
Participating member of the MLIS Departmental Student Advisory Committee, which met each semester with the Chair of the department to share insight into the program's development.
Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis
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Grassroots History and the Story of Dr. Coffey
Recorded conversation; Florence Arts & Museums Speaker Series, September 2022. Highlights the vital role of collaborative research and doing grassroots history across the state of Alabama. Based on a research project to uncover the story of Dr. G.W. Coffey (1872-1952), an early African American physician in northern Alabama.
September 2022 - Presentations
Gadsden, Alabama Black History: A Virtual Walking Tour
Webpage presentation that offers a virtual "tour" of Gadsden, Alabama's African American history. Created in collaboration with Grace Heritage Community Development in Gadsden, AL.
May 2022 - Research Projects
Shed a Little Light: The Lives of Enslaved People in Tuscaloosa, Alabama
A genealogy toolkit to trace the history of slavery in Tuscaloosa, Alabama. Its aim is to help descendants trace enslaved ancestors as a guide that will make the process a little easier to navigate, shedding light on silences that exist in Tuscaloosa's history.
May 2022 - Research Projects
History's Power to Heal: A Resource Guide for Archivists & Museum Professionals
This is an annotated bibliography with resources to aid archivists, historians, and museum professionals in their responsibility to nurture healing within communities. Presented as part of a graduate student poster session for the Society of American Archivists "Archives * Records" 2021 Virtual Conference in August 2021. Resources relate to conscious editing of descriptions, community-driven frameworks, decolonizing exhibits, diversifying collection strategies, and community outreach activities.
August 2021 - Research Projects
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