Jessica Johnson

Jessica Johnson
Religious Studies
Adjunct Lecturer



Ph.D. Cultural Anthropology, University of Washington
Graduate Certificate in Gender, Women, and Sexuality Studies, University of Washington
Research and Publications

My research is interdisciplinary and thus my interests are varied, but include: Religion and American Politics; New Religious Movements; Religion and Poplular Culture; the Politics of Emotion and Affect; Political Theory; Critical Race, Feminist, and Queer Theory; Digital and Visual Culture; Critical Media Studies

My book, Biblical Porn: Affect, Labor, and Pastor Mark Driscoll's Evangelical Empire, was published with Duke University Press in 2018:
Information about my previous and current research, including recent publications, is available here:
Teaching Experience

I have experience teaching in a variety of departments: Anthropology: Gender, Women, and Sexuality Studies; and, Religious Studies. I look forward to teaching online courses on Religion and American Politics and New Religious Movements at UNC Charlotte in FAll 2020.
My current CV can be viewed here.