Dr. Kenneth J. Campbell
Kenneth J. Campbell, PhD (Temple University, 1989) joined the Department in 1990. His academic interests are in international security, US foreign policy, contemporary genocide, and the role of force in global governance. Professor Campbell is on leave during 2012-13.
'Genocide', The International Studies Association Compendium Project, edited by Robert A. Denemark (Blackwell, 2010).
Book review: 'Preventing Genocide: Practical Steps Toward Early Detection and Effective Action' by David Hamburg (Paradigm, 2008), The Journal of Genocide Research 11:2-3 (June-September 2009): 396-399.
A Tale of Two Quagmires: Iraq, Vietnam, and the Hard Lessons of War (Paradigm, 2007).
'Assessment Advice for Beginners,' PS: Political Science & Politics 40 (January 2007): 99.