U.S. History: Black public history, digital studies, history/social studies education, history of educational institutions
LaQuanda Walters Cooper is a PhD candidate at George Mason, studying Black politics and public commemoration in the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries. She was a 2017-2018 Digital History Fellow at the Roy Rosenzweig Center for History and New Media.
Walters Cooper, LaQuanda, and Sarah Huston. “The Commons,” Explore Baltimore Heritage, https://explore.baltimoreheritage.org/items/show/551.
Walters Cooper, LaQuanda, and Sarah Huston. “The University Center,” Explore Baltimore Heritage, https://explore.baltimoreheritage.org/items/show/546.
Digital History Fellow, Roy Rosenzweig Center for History and New Media, George Mason University, 2017-2018
M.A. Historical Studies, University of Maryland Baltimore County
M.A. Education (Special Education concentration), University of Saint Joseph
B.A. History, University of Saint Joseph
Public History Classroom pop-up online chat, Annual Meeting of the National Council on Public History, March 2020, with Laura Crossley.
“North American Enslaved Societies: A Gallery Walk”. Rethinking Race and Slavery at 400 Years Conference (Avon, CT), November 2019.
"Uplifting as We Climb: Reinventing the Partnerships Between Museums and Communities in the 21st Century". Annual Conference of the Association of African American Museums (Hampton, VA), August 2018, with Ashley Bouknight.
“Teaching and Learning for Cultural Competence in the Profession". National Council on Public History Annual Meeting (Indianapolis, IN), April 2017, with Ashley Bouknight and Amber Mitchell.
"'Every Evidence of Our Progress': The North Carolina Negro State Fair, 1879-1898." National Council on Public History Annual Meeting (Indianapolis, IN), April 2017.