Johanna Mueller is a PhD student in American Religions at Stanford University, working on the history of race and religion in the long nineteenth century. Her research interests include US Protestant missions in the Pacific, colonialism, identity, and African American (religious) history. Previous projects also focused on early twentieth-century Christian fundamentalism, plural marriage in LDS theology, and Mennonite conscientious objectors in World War I.
Johanna studied at Heidelberg University, Yale University’s Divinity School, and Sweet Briar College, VA, and holds a BA in American Studies and an MA in Christianity & Culture. Before coming to Stanford, she worked as a strategist in the international higher education sector.