Daniel Johnson, Assistant Professor
Daniel Johnson received his Ph.D. in History from the State University of New York at Binghamton in 2011. He has Master of Arts degrees from Binghamton University and New York University, and earned his B.A. in English at the University of Minnesota in 2002.
Dr. Johnson is a historian of the early modern Americas. His research focuses on the interaction between social change and cultural formation in early America and the Atlantic world. His research and teaching interests include work and education, economic culture, race and gender, Native America, early modern literature, social theory, digital humanities, and historiography. In addition to introductory history and literature courses in Bilkent’s Department of American Culture and Literature, Dr. Johnson has taught classes on colonialism, gender, and early modern social theory.
Johnson’s writings have appeared in Cultural and Social History, Pennsylvania History, Monthly Review, New Politics, Against the Current, and Jacobin. He is also editor of Chapter 3 of the popular, collaboratively-written American Yawp textbook, and is currently working on two book projects.
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