Ruane Center for the Humanities 117
Ph.D. - Washington State University
Jeff Johnson specializes in radical labor, politics, and reform in the late nineteenth and early twentieth century American West. His books include "They Are All Red Out Here: Socialist Politics in the Pacific Northwest, 1895-1925" (University of Oklahoma: 2008), "Reforming America: A Thematic Encyclopedia and Document Collection of the Progressive Era" (ABC-Clio: 2016), and the forthcoming "The 1916 Preparedness Day Bombing: Anarchists and Terrorism in Progressive Era America" (Routledge).
Awards and Honors:
James & Sylvia Thayer Fellowship
- UCLANEH Visting Fellow
- Harvard UniversityHumanities Grant
- Andrew W. Mellon FoundationJames R. Bradley Fellowship
- The Montana Historical SocietyPettyjohn Fellow
- Washington State University
Johnson, Jeffrey., Pederson, Nathan . (2015). “Comrade Johns: Oregon’s Socialist Candidate for President in the 1920s”.
Oregon Historical Quarterly, 116 (4)
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. (2012). “'One of the Most Charming of Men': The Paradox of Copper King Attorney William Scallon”.
Journal of the West,
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., Winner: John G. Cawelti Award for Best Textbook/Primer, Popular Culture Association/American Culture Association..
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., Organization of American Historians, OAH, St. Louis, MO, "“This Dastardly Act’: San Francisco’s 1916 Preparedness Day Bombing"".
Johnson, Jeffrey., Australian-US Comparative and Transnational Labour History, Sydney, Australia, "Paper: Workers Against Warfare: the Australian and American Experiences Before and During World War I". January, 2015.
Johnson, Jeffrey., American Studies Association, Los Angeles, California, "“‘Aliens, Enemy Aliens, and Minors’: Anti-Radicalism and the Jewish Left during the World War I Era.”". November, 2014.
Johnson, Jeffrey., American Historical Association Pacific Coast Branch, Portland, OR, "“Making ‘Em Real Mad: Alexander Berkman, The Blast, and San Francisco Anarchism.” ". August, 2014.
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., North American Labor History Conference, Detroit, MI, "Free From Every Thrall: Commemorating Labor Day". October, 2012.
Johnson, Jeffrey., Popular Culture Association, San Antonio, TX, "Paper: More Than Wearing White: Working Class Commemoration and Modern American Culture". April, 2011.
Johnson, Jeffrey., British Association for American Studies, British Association for American Studies, Norwich, United Kingdom, "Paper: How Many Socialist Are Among Us? Revisiting Blacks and the Socialist Party". April, 2010.