A specialist in English history at Monmouth University in New Jersey, Professor Campbell is the author of The Intellectual Struggle of the English Papists in the Seventeenth Century, Windows into Men’s Souls: Religious Nonconformity in Tudor and Early Stuart England, Western Civilization: A Global and Comparative Approach, Volume I: To 1715 and Volume II: Since 1600, Ireland's History: Prehistory to the Present, and The History of the British Isles: Prehistory to the Present. His most recent book, American Popular Culture and the Beatles, will be available by Autumn 2018. He has also edited two anthologies of primary sources: Western Civilization in a Global Context: Prehistory to the Enlightenment: Sources and Documents and Western Civilization in a Global Context: The Modern Age: Sources and Documents. He has presented scholarly papers at numerous academic conferences and was awarded the Monmouth University Distinguished Teacher Award in 1995.
Monmouth University Courses:
Western Civilization in World Perspective I and II
History of the British Isles I and II
Medieval Europe I and II
Power and Enlightenment: Europe 1648--1789
Philosophy of History
The Historical Novel