Dr. Brad Campbell

Associate Professor

English major advisor

Office: Bldg. 47-35P
Phone: 756-5757




Ph.D. University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
M.A. University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
B.A. Saint Mary’s College 

Teaching and Research Interests

American & African-American Literature
Environmental Literature
Transatlantic Modernism
The Literature and History of Madness 

Selected Publications

Review of David G. Schuster's Neurasthenic Nation (Routledge).  Journal of Social History 47.3 (Spring 2014).

"'Ex Occident LUX':  Jeffers, Thoreau, and the Strange Fruit of the West.'"  Jeffers Studies 13.1-2 (Spring 2012).

Review of Mikko Tuhkanen's The American Optic: Psychoanalysis, Critical Race Theory, and Richard Wright (SUNY Press).   African-American Review 44.1. (Spring/Summer 2011).

"The Schizophrenic Solution: Dialectics of Neurosis and Anti-Psychiatric Animus in Ralph Ellison’s Invisible Man."  NOVEL: A Forum on Fiction 43.3 (Fall 2010).
"The Making of ‘American’: Race and Nation in Neurasthenic Discourse."  History of Psychiatry 18.2 (2007): 157-78. 

Awards and Honors

The College of Liberal Arts Richard K. Simon Award for Outstanding Teaching (Cal Poly)

Award for Excellence in Undergraduate Teaching (University of Illinois English Department) 

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