Dr. David E. Johnson

  • Profesor adjuntodavid-johnson-perfil
    Filosofía de la desconstrucción, Filosofía y literatura latinoamericana (especialmente mexicana), Teoría política
  • Teléfono: +562 2676 2894
  • Email: david.johnson@mail.udp.cl

Doctor en Literatura Americana, SUNY at Buffalo, Estados Unidos, 1991
Magíster en Literatura Inglesa, SUNY at Buffalo, Estados Unidos, 1990
Licenciado en Literatura Inglesa, University of Kansas, Estados Unidos, 1985

Publicaciones

Libros

  • Johnson, David. Kant’s Dog: On Borges, Philosophy, and the Time of Translation. Albany, NY: SUNY Press, 2012.
  • Johnson, David. Anthropology’s Wake:  Attending to the End of Culture. Co-author (with Scott Michaelsen). New York: Fordham University Press, 2008.

Libros editados

  • Johnson, David y William Egginton (eds.). Thinking With Borges. Aurora, CO:  The Davies Group, Publishers, 2009.
  • Johnson, David y Scott Michaelsen (eds.). Teoría de la frontera: Los límites de la política cultural. Translated by Gabriela Ventureira. Barcelona: Editorial Gedisa, 2003.
  • Johnson, David y Scott Michaelsen (eds.). Border Theory: The Limits of Cultural Politics. Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press, 1997.

Capítulos de libro

  • Johnson, David E. “Asesinato y Símbolo: Los Restos del Feminicidio.” Trad. Paula Cucurella. In Jacques Derrida: Fenomenología, firma, traducción. Ed. Zeto Bórquez, 391-420. Santiago: Editorial La Pólvora, 2014.
  • Johnson, David, “Introduction: Borges and the Letter of Philosophy.” En Thinking With Borges, editado por William Egginton y David E. Johnson, 203-205.  Aurora, CO:  The Davies Group, Publishers, 2009.
  • Johnson, David y Scott Michaelsen, “Los secretos de la frontera: Una introducción.” En  Teoría de la frontera, editado por Scott Michaelsen y David E. Johnson, 25-59. Barcelona: Editorial Gedisa, 2003.
  • Johnson, David. “El tiempo de la traducción: La frontera de la literatura norteamericana.”  En Teoría de la frontera,  editado por Scott Michaelsen y David E. Johnson, 145-176.  Barcelona: Editorial Gedisa, 2003.
  • Johnson, David. “Mexico’s Gas, Mexico’s Tears: Expositions of Identity.” En What Happens to History:  The Renewal of Ethics in Contemporary Thought, editado por Howard Marchitello, 149-187.  London and New York:  Routledge, 2000.
  • Johnson, David y Scott Michaelsen. “Border Secrets:  An Introduction.”  En Border Theory: The Limits of Cultural Politics, editado por Scott Michaelsen y David E. Johnson, 1-40.  Minneapolis, MN:  University of Minnesota Press, 1997.
  • Johnson, David. “The Time of Translation:  The Border of American Literature.”  En Border Theory:  The Limits of Cultural Politics, editado por Scott Michaelsen y David E. Johnson 129-165. Minneapolis, MN:  University of Minnesota Press, 1997.
  • Johnson, David. “Addressing the Letter.”  En Reading and Writing in Shakespeare, editado por David M. Bergeron, 194-219.  Newark:  University of Delaware Press, 1996.
  • Johnson, David. “The Place of the Translator in the Discourses of Conquest:  On Hernán Cortés’s Cartas de relación and Roland Joffé’s The Mission.” En Amerindian Images and the Legacy of Columbus, editado por Nicholas Spadaccini y René Jara, 401-424.  Minneapolis:  University of Minnesota Press, 1992.

Artículos

ISI

  • Johnson, David. “The Hunger for a Life Without Différance.” CR: The New Centennial Review 12.2 (2012): 271-82. ISSN: 1532-687x.
  • Johnson, David. “Dar(se) Cuenta: La Lógica del Secreto.” MLN 127.2 (March 2012): 208-26. ISSN: 0026-7910.
  • Johnson, David. “Talking to Ourselves, Over Her (Dead) Body: On Heidegger, Borges, and Dialogue.” CR: The New Centennial Review, Special Issue: Drawing (on) Borges, 11.1 (2011): 143-159. ISSN: 1532-687x.
  • Johnson, David. “Time: For Borges.” CR: The New Centennial Review, Special Issue: Living On: Of Martin Hägglund, 9.1 (spring 2009): 209-225. ISSN: 1532-687x.
  • Johnson, David. “As If the Time Were Now: Deconstructing Agamben.” South Atlantic Quarterly, Special issue: Late Derrida, 106.2 (Spring 2007): 265-290. ISSN: 0038-2876.
  • Johnson, David. “How (Not) to Do Latin American Studies.” Introduction. South Atlantic Quarterly, Special issue: Latin America, In Theory, 106.1 (Winter 2007): 1-19. ISSN: 0038-2876.

 

Latindex:

  • Johnson, David. “War Time: Foucault, Hobbes, and the Promise of Peace.” Revista Pléyade 13 (enero-junio 2014): 61-85. ISSN: 0718-655X.
  • Johnson, David. “La Sombra del Tiempo: El Realismo de Felipe Cooper.” Revista de Teoría del Arte 19/20 (2011): 55-69. ISSN: 1130-5517.

 

Otros:

  • Johnson, David E. “Rendir(se).” Revista Pensamiento Político 2 (2012): 62-84. Online/Refereed.
  • Johnson, David E. “Invitation to Politics: Juan García Ponce and the Promise of Availability.” Discourse: Journal For Theoretical Studies in Media and Culture Special Issue: Hostly and Unhostly Mediums, 27.2 & 3 (spring & fall 2005, published spring 2007): 41-67
  • Johnson, David. “Invitación a la política: Sobre Juan García Ponce y la disponibilidad.” Maldoror: Revista de la ciudad de Montevideo 26 (July 2007), nueva época: 20-32.
  • Johnson, David. “Invitation to Politics: Juan García Ponce and the Promise of Availability.” Discourse: Journal For Theoretical Studies in Media and Culture Special Issue: Hostly and Unhostly Mediums, 27.2 & 3 (spring & fall 2005, published spring 2007): 41-67.
  • Johnson, David. “How (Not) to Do Latin American Studies.” Introduction. South Atlantic Quarterly, Special issue:  Latin America, In Theory, 106.1 (Winter 2007): 1-19.
  •  Johnson, David. “Kant’s Dog.”  Diacritics 34.1 (spring 2004 issue; published spring 2006): 19-39.
  • Johnson, David. “Marking (Out) Ethics, In Other Words: On a Single Line in Kant and Juan García Ponce.” Interdisciplinary Literary Studies, 5.2 (spring, 2004): 50-72.
  • Johnson, David. “The Habit of God’s Gift:  Jean de Léry’s Conversion.” Mediterranean Studies 11 (2003): 149-168.
  • Johnson, David. “(Absent) Signs of the Other:  How to Find Yourself in the Gift Shop.” Revista Canaria de Estudios Ingleses 43 (2001): 15-35.
  • Johnson, David. “Descartes’s Corps.” Arizona Quarterly 57.1 (spring 2001): 113-52.
  • Johnson, David. “Anthropology’s Embrace.” Centennial Review 42.3 (1998): 627-48.
  • Johnson, David. “Intolerance, the Body, Community.” American Literary History 10.3 (1998): 446-70.
  • Johnson, David. “‘Writing in the Dark’: The Political Fictions of American Travel Writing.” American Literary History 7.1 (1995): 1-27. Reprinted in Contemporary Literary Criticism, Vol. 204 (2005)
  • Johnson, David. “Excavating Spirit on the American Border:  Hegel, Paz, la Crítica, and the Pachuco.”  Siglo XX/20th Century:  Critique and Cultural Discourse 10.1-2 (1992):  49-80.
  • Johnson, David. “Voice, the New Historicism, and the Americas.”  Arizona Quarterly 48.2 (1992): 81-116.
  • Johnson, David. “Woman, Translation, Nationalism:  La Malinche and the Example of Juan García Ponce.” Arizona Quarterly 47.3 (1991): 93-116.
  • Johnson, David. “Face Value (An Essay on Cecile Pineda’s Face).”  The Americas Review 19.2 (1991): 73-94.
  • Johnson, David. “Of the Soul, Translation, and History in Juan García Ponce.”  Chasqui: Revista de Literatura Latinoamericana 18.2 (1989): 28-35.

 

Tesis Dirigidas
  • Myrto Drizou, “The politics of necessity: Negotiating the future in American literary naturalism”. Doctorado en Literatura Comparada, State University of New York at Buffalo, 2012.
  • Andrew Ascherl, “To have done with finitude: Transnational Mexican narrative after 1968”. Doctorado en Literatura Comparada, State University of New York at Buffalo, 2012.
  • Alan López, PhD in English and American Literature, University of New York at Buffalo, 2007.