Dr. T. Hasan Johnson

Dr. T. Hasan Johnson



Dr. T. Hasan Johnson is a professor at California State University, Fresno, in the Africana Studies Program. He specializes in research on men and masculinity and writes passionately about men being the target of domestic violence. As a scholar, his general research focuses on how Africana resistance groups intersect religiosity, sexuality, and patriarchy while negotiating white supremacy, oppressive capitalism, and new forms of media. Dr. Johnson specializes in Africana responses to cultural, political, and intellectual aggression from internal and external sources; as well as their use of socially-constructed truths as a means of reifying social hierarchy. As an Afrofuturist, Dr. Johnson's work addresses how technology, political ideology, icon-construction, blackness, and the imagination have been used as tools for social agency, cultural development and political mobilization in Africana communities. Dr. Johnson has also received the 2013 Promising New Faculty Provost Award and the Fresno State Talks teaching award. Visit his website: http://www.thasanjohnson.com Telephone: 1 559 278-8805 Email: Hasan@THasanJohnson.org