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Marty Manor Mullins, Ph.D.

Adjunct Faculty at Flathead Valley Community College in Kalispell, Montana

About Me

My passions include teaching and Slovakia--a strange combination that has afforded me experience teaching at the secondary level in Slovakia and has led me to complete my Ph.D. in East Central European History in order to publish and teach at the university level. I currently serve as an Instructor for the History Department at Flathead Valley Community College in Kalispell, Montana.
Dr. Manor Mullins earned her Ph.D. at the University of Washington in 2013. A Fulbright Scholar, she conducted research for her dissertation in Kosice, Slovakia, the city where she lived and worked for 7 years. Her published work focuses on the history of Kosice and eastern Slovakia's experience during the turning points of Czechoslovakia's postwar history (1948, 1968 and 1989).

My disciplines and areas of professional expertise include…

Current work

My current projects and published work demonstrate how cities with multiethnic populations on the edge of empires have often been subject to nationalism being imposed as a homogenizing forge from above. This was true in Kosice as both the postwar Benes administration (1945-1948) and the Communist regime (1948-1989) conformed the city (with its ethnically and religiously diverse population) to their desired norms.

Education

Publications

Languages

  • Slovak

    Fluent

  • Czech

    Fluent

  • German

Honors

  • Honors Symposium Lecturer: "Post-Soviet Politics and the Rise of Nationalism in Poland, Hungary, the Czech Republic and Slovakia"

    2019 Flathead Valley Community College

  • Fulbright-Hays Doctoral Dissertation Fellowship

    2012 Andrew W. Mellon Foundation in conjunction with the Fulbright Program

  • Rondeau Evans Fellowship

    2013 University of Washington, History Department

  • Research Associate

    2011 John Jay Institute

  • Imre Boba Fellowship

    2010 University of Washington, Russian, E. European and C. Asian Studies Department

Presentations

Memberships

  • Global Urban History Project
  • Association for Slavic, East European and Eurasian Studies (ASEEES)
  • Slovak Studies Association
  • Czechoslovak Studies Association
  • Spolocenstvo Ladislava Hanusa (Ladislav Hanus Fellowship), Bratislava, Slovakia
  • John Jay Institute, Philadelphia, PA

Courses Taught

  • 20th C. World History I and II

    Undergraduate

    Flathead Valley Community College

  • Europe in the 20th Century

    Undergraduate

    Flathead Valley Community College

  • W. Civilization II

    Undergraduate

    Flathead Valley Community College

  • Intro. to American Government

    Undergraduate

    Flathead Valley Community College

  • Holocaust in Literature and Film

    Undergraduate

    Tulane University