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Juniper Johnson

English PhD Student

Juniper Johnson is a Ph.D. student in the English Department at Northeastern University studying archives, queer and feminist theory, digital humanities, and eighteenth- and nineteenth-century American literature. They currently serve as the Research Assistant for the Primary Source Cooperative, a digital edition publishing and research endeavor between the Digital Scholarship Group at Northeastern University and the Massachusetts Historical Society. They have also worked with the NULab for Texts, Maps, and Networks as the NULab Coordinator and a NULab Fellow. They are currently working on a digital humanities project, “Subjects that Matter: Tracing LGBTQ identity in Archival Description,” on analyzing queer terminology in archival finding aids. Their larger research interests include critical archival studies, digital pedagogy, classification, queer history, disability studies, public humanities, and medical humanities.

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Previous Institutions: Pacific Lutheran University (BA)

Program and Fields: PhD; American literature, digital humanities, gender and sexuality studies, critical archival studies, disability studies

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