Humanities Building, Room 301
Associate Professor and Chair
Neill Hall 301b
Professor Johnson's most recent scholarly work focuses on transgressive representations of black men and women in low-brow and middle-brow culture. She teaches courses on television, the press and other mass media as social and cultural institutions. Johnson was a regular guest on the program Mental Engineering, which airs on public television stations around the country.
Professor Johnson has published a short essay on visual representations of Barack Obama in "Bodytalk, International Journal of Communication, Volume 4."
Fall 2014 Office Hours: Mondays and Wednesdays from noon to 1:50. Other times by appointment.