Communicating, Sharing, Collaborating, Facilitating
Katherine Bankole-Medina, Ph.D. is a tenured Professor of History at Coppin State University in Baltimore, Maryland. Dr. Bankole-Medina teaches face-to-face and online courses in: African American history to and since 1865, United States History to and since 1865, World History to and since 1500, African American women’s history, Introduction to Latin American History, and Methods of Historical Research.
Online Teaching and Learning
Dr. Bankole-Medina is certified in online teaching and learning from the Sloan-C Consortium.
Exploration, Engagement, and Scholarly Commitment
Dr. Bankole-Medina is the author of many
scholarly publications including Slavery
and Medicine: Enslavement and Medical Practices in Antebellum Louisiana
(New York: Garland Publishing, Inc., 1998). She has also published, “In the Age
of Malcolm X: Social Conflict and the Critique of African American Identity
Construction” appears in James L. Conyers, Jr. and James Smallwood’s, Malcolm X A Historical Reader (Baltimore,
MD: Carolina Academic Press, 2008).
Blogs and Videos
Dr. Bankole-Medina is the creator of the Blog and Video serial History Is A State of Mind .
Involvement, Support, Contribution, Sharing
Dr. Bankole-Medina has served the community in various areas (educational access, historical and cultural competency in Africana Studies, diversity, public health, race relations, labor studies, and social justice). She founded two black women’s community associations in the 1980s and 1990s, and has also served as a consultant in conflict mediation with secondary school students and adults; and developed and supervised three Black heritage academies for K-12 youth. Her recent service activities involve the annual Cheikh Anta Diop International Conference. She was one of six scholars across the nation appointed to the executive planning board for the conference. She also serves on the executive board of DISA (the Diopian Institute for Scholarly Advancement).