Letitia Johnson recently completed a PhD in History at the University of Saskatchewan, having completed her BA and MA at the University of Alberta. Johnson’s PhD thesis examines how healthcare was provided to Japanese-Canadian internees and analyses why health was important to internee experiences, public perceptions of internment, and the remembrance of internment over time and across place.
- Johnson, Letitia. “A History of Resistance and Compliance: Japanese-Canadian Health, Healthcare, and Healthcare Providers During Internment (1942-1949)” PhD Diss. University of Saskatchewan, 2023.
- Johnson, Letitia. “The Case of Dr. Masajiro Miyazaki: Japanese Canadian Health Care in World War II” Medical Humanities 46, (2)(2020):135–143.