Adam Fulton Johnson, Ph.D.

Adam Fulton Johnson
  • Assistant Professor
  • History, Philosophy & Sociology of Science

LBC COURSES

  • LB 323B: Science in a Global Context
  • LB 327A: Scientific Practice

INTRO

Adam Johnson researches and teaches the history of science, technology, and medicine. His doctoral work focused on the history of anthropology, looking at the relationships of ethnographers and their indigenous informants in the southwestern United States. His teaching interests include the global history of science, scientific fieldwork and laboratory studies, and cultures of medical and ethnographic display.

EDUCATION

  • Ph.D., University of Michigan
  • M.S., Massachusetts Institute of Technology
  • B.A., Hampshire College

LINKS

Adam Johnson CV (pdf)