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Melissa A. Johnson, Associate Professor of Anthropology & Environmental Studies, Southwestern University


Global Environmental Justice (Fall 2009 version)

Senior Seminar, Spring 2010 Version

Race, Class and Gender in the Caribbean, Spring 2006 Version

Ethnographic Methods, Spring 2005 version

FYS: Understanding  Race and Racism,  last taught Fall 03





I was honored to be awarded the 2006 Southwestern University Teaching Award.

I teach a number of other classes as well. Syllabi and information for the last incarnation of some of my courses are located here (note the linked courses to the left). Check back later for other courses.

My upper-level topical courses are cross-listed with either Environmental Studies or Feminist Studies or both. I am very interested in helping to develop cross-disciplinary ways of thinking about contemporary problems and issues in our world, and hope that some of my courses enable this.  I am also hoping to help move Southwestern forward in establishing a Race and Ethnic Studies minor.

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Last Updated August 21, 2010