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Christine Anderson

Dr. Christine Anderson is Associate Professor of History at Xavier University and Co-Director of Xavier’s Public History Program. The focus of her teaching and research is Cincinnati women’s history and African American history. Anderson created the first two King Studios Traveling Suitcase exhibits on Civil Rights and the Great Migration. She received a National Endowment for the Humanities “Created Equal” grant for discussions on Civil Rights history. As a public historian, Anderson has curated an exhibit, “Conflict on the Ohio: The 1858 Colored Convention in Cincinnati,” on the award-winning digital humanities website Colored and a collection of sources for public discussions of migration and immigration. In 2007 she was a Fulbright Roving Scholar in American Studies traveling throughout Norway teaching about American social history. Anderson worked on the film documentary King of Cincinnati as the principle academic and content advisor. She has published in academic, peer-reviewed journals including an article on Cincinnati African-American History, "Education, Citizenship, and African American Community in Nineteenth-Century Cincinnati: Issues of Social, Cultural, and Human Capital." (Humanity and Society 36/2: 145-162, 2012, co-authored with Nancy Bertaux).


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