Erin F. Johnston

    • Position: Associate in Research
    • Education: Ph.D. Sociology, Princeton University, 2015

    Erin F. Johnston, Ph.D. (she/her/hers) is an Associate in Research with the Clergy Health Initiative. At this post, Dr. Johnston heads the qualitative data collection and analysis for the SEM (Seminary to Early Ministry) Study and helps out where she can on all things Clergy Health. Before coming to Duke, Dr. Johnston was a was a Postdoctoral Research Fellow in the Graduate School of Education and Lecturer in the Department of Sociology at Stanford University. Her primary research interests are in religious learning and socialization, with particular attention to identity, social practices, narrative, and emotions. Dr. Johnston also conducts research that examines  identity formation, personal growth, and social-emotional learning among emerging adults on international "gap year" programs.

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