Faculty and Staff
The Age of the Witch-hunts, history of Medieval, early modern, and modern Britain, Scottish history, the British Reformations
Dean Campbell is the contact for student Fellowships; chairs the Committee on Automatic Rule and Reinstatement; works on the First Year Seminar program; works with students on general elective transfer credit and Independent Work Majors.
Old French epic, Italian medieval and early modern literature, digital humanities, manuscript studies.
Medieval, Renaissance, and Reformation Europe
Elementary German I & II, Intermediate German, Highlights of German Civilization,The Grimms Revisited: Fairy Tales and Popular Culture; Living by the Code: Literature of the High Middle Ages19th-Century Literature
Modern Europe, France, Women in Europe
Fulbright-Hays Faculty Research Abroad Fellowship (U.S. Department of Education) and American Philosophical Society Sabbatical Fellowship (Andrew W. Mellon Foundation) for his research project "Authority, Law and the Polity in India, 300-1700."
The Novel in Spain and Latin America; Literary Naturalism: Women Writers of Spain, Latin America, and the U.S.; Feminist Theory; Immigrant Populations in the U.S.