Ph.D., Claremont Graduate University.
M.A., Graduate Theological Union.
B.A., University of California.
Professor Medina received her Ph.D. in American History from Claremont Graduate University (1998) with an emphasis on Chicana/o history. Her research focuses on Chicana/o religious/spiritual practices; religious history; religion and social change. Her published work includes Las Hermanas: Chicana/Latina Religious-Political Activism in the U.S. Catholic Church (Temple University Press, 2004), "Nepantla Spirituality: An Emancipative Vision for Inclusion" in Wading Trough Many Voices (2011) and several chapters in various anthologies.