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Amanda Johnson

Graduate Teaching Associate

Advisor: Douglas Miller
Research Interests: United States History, Native North America, Gender


Amanda Johnson is a PHD candidate who is writing a dissertation titled, "Beating the Drums for Ourselves: Native American Women and Activism in the Twentieth Century." Her work focuses on Native women who fought for treaty rights, cultural renewal, education, prisoner rights, and soveriegnty of the female body during the Red Power and Second Wave Feminism Movements. Her research has been generously funded by the Newberry Library of Chicago, the OSU Graduate College and History Department. Since the Fall of 2020 she has also enjoyed her time as an instructor of OSU's Survey of American History course. 

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