Ruane Center for the Humanities 117
Ph.D. - Washington State University
Area(s) of Expertise:
Radical labor and politics in the Gilded Age and Progressive Era; the American West.
Awards and Honors:
NEH Visting Fellow
- Harvard UniversityHumanities Grant
- Andrew W. Mellon FoundationJames R. Bradley Fellowship
- The Montana Historical SocietyPettyjohn Fellow
- Washington State University Visiting Fellow
- United States Military Academy
Johnson, Jeffrey. (2013). “Why is There No Socialism in the U.S.? – 100 Years Later,”.
U.S. History in Global Perspective, Eds. Cathy Gorn. ABC-CLIO.
Johnson, Jeffrey. (2010). “Raising the Red Flag: Culture, Labor, and the Left, 1880-1920,” .
"Homer Simpson Marches on Washington: Dissent in American Popular Culture", Eds. Timothy Dale and Joseph J. Foy. University Press of Kentucky.
Johnson, Jeffrey. (2008). "They Are All Red Out Here: Socialist Politics in the Pacific Northwest, 1895-1925".
The University of Oklahoma Press.
Johnson, Jeffrey. (2008). “The Politics of Socialism: Building a Socialist Party in the Northwest, 1901-1905,”.
Columbia: The Magazine of Northwest History ,
Johnson, Jeffrey. (2006). “The Gilded Age & the Frontier Military: Society and Culture at Fort Assinniboine, Montana Territory, 1879 - 1905” .
Journal of the West,
Johnson, Jeffrey., The Dakota Conference, The Center for Western Studies, "“‘This Dastardly Act’: San Francisco’s 1916 Preparedness Day Bombing.”".
Johnson, Jeffrey., Historians of the Twentieth Century United States, Historians of the Twentieth Century United States, Northumbria University, Newcastle upon Tyne, UK, "‘“Road to a Frame Up?’: San Francisco’s 1916 Preparedness Day Bombing,”". July, 2013.
Johnson, Jeffrey., The Dakota Conference on History, Literature, Art, and Archeology, Sioux Falls, SD, "Refrain From Usual Pursuits: Labor Day in the Progressive Era Upper Midwest". April, 2013.
Johnson, Jeffrey., North American Labor History Conference, Detroit, MI, "Free From Every Thrall: Commemorating Labor Day". October, 2012.
Johnson, Jeffrey., North American Labor History Conference, Detroit, MI, "Paper: Celebratory Politics: Politicizing Labor Day in the Early-Twentieth Century". October, 2011.