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Johanna Miller Lewis

Johanna Miller Lewis, American historian, educator. Member of American Association of State and Local History (Certified of Merit 2005), National Trust History Preservation, Organization American Historians, Southern History Association, Phi Alpha Theta.

Background

  • Lewis, Johanna Miller was born on January 18, 1961 in Baltimore. Daughter of Norvell Elliott and Josephine Carlson Miller.

  • Education

    • AB, Salem College, 1983. Master of Arts, Wake Forest University, 1985. Doctor of Philosophy, College William and Mary, 1991.

    Career

    • Assistant professor history University Arkansas, Little Rock, 1991—1995, associate professor, 1995—2000, professor history, since 2000, chair history, 2001—2005. Director, chair history Arkansas Women's History Institute, Little Rock, 2000—2005. Graduate coordinator Arkansas Women's History Instructor, Little Rock, since 2005.

      President Central High Museum, Inc., Little Rock, 2002—2005.

    Works

    • Author: Artisans in the North Carolina Backcountry. Co-author: Women of the American South: A Multicultural Reader, Essays on Women and Freedom in Early America. Curator (exhibitions) Against Their Will.

      Japanese Americans in World World War II, Arkansas, Undaunted Courage, Proven Loyalty: Japanese American Soldiers in World World War II, Women of the Central High Crisis: The Politics of Gender and Desegregation, 'The Finest High School for Negro Boys and Girls': Dunbar High School in Little Rock, 1929-1955 (Certified Commendation. American Association State and Local History, 1999), 'All the World is Watching Us': Little Rock and the '57 Crisis (Certified Commendation. American Association State and Local History, 2000, Institutional Progress award Arkansas Museum Association, 2000), Arkansas Fights World War I, 'The Sun Never Sets on the Mighty Jeep': The Jeep During World World War II.

      Contributor articles to professional journals.

    Membership

    Member of American Association of State and Local History (Certified of Merit 2005), National Trust History Preservation, Organization American Historians, Southern History Association, Phi Alpha Theta.

    Connections

    • Married Michael Harold Lewis, May 19, 1984.
    • father: Norvell Elliott
    • mother: Josephine Carlson Miller
    • spouse: Michael Harold Lewis
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    Born January 18, 1961
    (age 56)
    Nationality
    • 1983
      Salem College
    • 1985
      Wake Forest University
    • 1991
      College William and Mary
    • 1991 - 1995
      Assistant, professor history University Arkansas
      Little Rock, Arkansas, United States
    • 2001 - 2005
      Assistant, professor history University Arkansas