Jennifer L. Johnson
Associate Professor of Sociology
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Jennifer Johnson came to Kenyon in 2005 after completing her doctoral dissertation on social movements and globalization in southern Mexico. Before graduate school, she worked in international development in Washington DC and Latin America. At Kenyon, Professor Johnson has expanded her teaching interests to include global perspectives on food production and consumption, and is a participant in the College's Food for Thought Inititative.
M.A., Ph.D. University of Chicago
B.S.F.S., Georgetown University
2007. "When the Poor Police Themselves: Public Insecurity and Extra-Legal Criminal Justice Administration in Mexico." Pp. 165-187 in Legitimacy and Criminal Justice Administration in Comparative Perspective, edited by Anthony Braga et. al. New York: Russell Sage Foundation.
2007. "Deregulating Markets, Reregulating Crime: Extralegal Policing and the Penal State in Mexico." Pp. 263-80 in Deciphering the Global edited by Saskia Sassen, London & New York: Routledge.
2002. "What's Globalization Got To Do With It?: Political Action and Peasant Producers in Guerrero, Mexico." Canadian Journal of Latin American and Caribbean Studies 26 (52): 267-83.
SOCY 105, Society in Comparative Perspective
SOCY 226, Sociology of Law
SOCY 233, Sociology of Food
SOCY 235, Transnational Social Movements
SOCY 237, Borders and Border Crossings
SOCY 373, Qualitative Methods
SOCY 489, Senior Seminar