David G. Johnson

Professor Emeritus
Professor of the Graduate School
2120 Dwinelle
(510) 642-1488
Education: 

A.B., Harvard College
Ph.D., University of California, Berkeley

Representative Publications: 

Domesticated Deities and Auspicious Emblems: The Iconography of Everyday Life in Village China, co-authored with Po Sung-nien (Berkeley: Chinese Popular Culture Project, 1992).

"The City-God Cults of T'ang and Sung China," Harvard Journal of Asiatic Studies 45:2 (December, 1985), pp.363-457.

"Mu-lien in Pao-chjian: The Performance Context and Religious Meaning of the Yu-ming pao-ch'uan," in Ritual and Sculpture in Chinese Popular Religion, Five Studies, ed. David G. Johnson (Berkeley: Chinese Popular Culture Project, 1995).