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Don Johnson

Assistant Professor

PhD 2015, Northwestern University

422P Minard Hall

Telephone: 701-231-6845

Research Areas: Colonial and Revolutionary America, Popular Politics, Urban History, Early Modern Empires, Social History, Material Culture, and Memory Studies 

Don Johnson grew up in the suburbs of Washington, D.C., and gained his love of history from countless childhood visits to historic sites and museums in the area.  He earned his BA from St. Mary’s College of Maryland, his MA from the University of Delaware’s Winterthur Program in American Material Culture, and his PhD from Northwestern University.  His research and teaching focuses on colonial America and the early Republic, and he also teaches courses in NDSU’s public history program.

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Courses Taught:

HIST 103 – US History to 1877

HIST 420/620 – Colonial American History

HIST 421/621 – Revolutionary America

HIST 428/628: War and Society in Early America

HIST 415/615: Memory and Memorialization in America

HIST 760: The Age of Atlantic Revolutions

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