Areas of Expertise
- African History
- B.A., Africana Studies, University of Maryland, Baltimore County, 2019
Advisor: Prof. Ousman Kobo
Damarius Johnson is a doctoral student in African History with minor fields in African diaspora history and museum studies. He is advised by Dr. Ousman Kobo. His research interests include representations of African diaspora history in African American history museum exhibits, particularly in exhibitions of precolonial African histories, transatlantic slavery, and 20th century black internationalism. A potential dissertation research might involve an intellectual history of African American history museum exhibition practices.
Damarius received a B.A. in Africana Studies from the University of Maryland Baltimore County in 2019.