Marc Emile Johnston

TitleGraduate Student
DivisionHumanities Division
DepartmentHistory Department
OfficeHumanities & Social Sciences Bldg, rm 150 (Grad Lab)
Campus Mail StopHistory Department
Marc Emile Johnston

Research Interests

Modern France, North Africa, colonial and post-colonial history, decolonization, race, secularism, citizenship

Biography, Education and Training

B.A., University of Pittsburgh

History Honors Program, French Language and Literature Minor

Honors, Awards and Grants

Critical Language Scholarship in Arabic, U.S. Department of State, Oman 2016

UC Santa Cruz History Department Summer Research Grant, 2016

UC Regents Fellowship, 2015-2016

Consortium for Educational Resources on Islamic Studies Conference, Presenter, 2014 

“Popular Front Colonialism: Humanity and Nation”

Best Paper Award, Phi Alpha Theta Regional History Honors Society Conference, 2014

“Popular Front Colonialism: Humanity and Nation”

Chancellor’s Undergraduate Research Fellowship, 2013