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David C. Johnson <DavidConradJohnson@gmail.com>
International Coffee Trade, Central American and Latin American Coffee Production, Globalization, 20th Century Guatemalan History, Post-1821 Central America, Trade and Commerce.
113 West 60th Street
New York, New York 10023
|List Affiliations:||Former Review Editor for H-LatAm
|Interests:||Business History / Studies
Latin American and Caribbean History / Studies
World History / Studies
Ph.D., Latin American History from Texas Christian University under Ralph Lee Woodward; "After the Fall, the Slump: The International Coffee Agreement and the Production of Coffee in Guatemala, 1962-1989," submitted Jan 2006 to Latin American Perspectives; “All About the Bean: The Globalization and International Trade of Coffea,” forthcoming, March 2006, in Proteus: A Journal of Ideas; “The Urban Escape-Hatch: Nationalist Rhetoric and Ethnic Conflict within Guatemala.” Journal of Urban History 31, no. 1 (2004): 124-132; “Internationalization and the Guatemalan Coffee Economy, 1890-1910.” Annals, no. 2, (2002): 66-81; “Trade and Commerce,” 1,500 word entry for the Journal of Urban History, forthcoming.
RESEARCH IN PROGRESS:
“Fidel Castro, the Declaration of Negro Rights, and the Hotel Theresa.” Examines Castro’s 1960 trip to address the UN General Assembly and how Cuban race relations were similar to race relations in the United States. Targeted submission date in February 2006 for The Latin Americanist.
“Winner and Losers: The Guatemalan Coffee Economy in the 1980s.” Examines how the international trade in coffee and the Green Revolution impacted the domestic production of Guatemala’s leading export. Targeted submission date in May 2006 for The Journal of Economic Ideas.
Post-doc Teaching Fellowship, Fordham University, 2005–2007.
History Instructor, University of North Carolina at Charlotte, Summer 2005.
Adjunct Professor, University of North Carolina at Charlotte, Summer 2004.
Adjunct Professor, Tarrant County College, Summer 2003.
Teaching Assistant, Texas Christian University, August 2001 to May 2005.
Adjunct Professor, University of North Carolina at Charlotte, Summer 2001.
Teaching Assistant, University of North Carolina at Charlotte, 2000–May 2001.
Modern Latin American History, 2207
Introduction to Latin American History, 1400
Central America I: From the Spanish Conquest until the Great Depression, 3966
Twentieth Century Cuba, 3967
Twentieth Century Cuba, self-directed Graduate Course
US History Pre-1865, 1160
Western Civilization II, 1000