Professor Campion is Lewis & Clark’s historian of Modern Britain and Ireland, the British Empire, and Modern South Asia. In addition to his teaching and research, he is the faculty advisor for Academic Awards and Fellowships and the faculty coordinator for Army ROTC. Prof. Campion has been at Lewis & Clark since 2002 and has led overseas programs in East Africa, Australia and London.
SpecialtyModern Britain & Ireland, British Empire, South Asia
PhD, MA, Virginia: History
BA, Georgetown: History & English
Prof. Campion’s research interests focus primarily on the British Empire in the nineteenth and twentieth centuries—particularly in North India, Ireland, and the Mediterranean. He has studied the influence of Irish revolutionaries in the development of Indian nationalism and is currently working on a book about the Indian Police during British colonial rule. His scholarly interests tend to focus on the effects of cross-cultural contact, particularly in a colonial setting. Prof. Campion’s research and teaching have been supported by the William J. Fulbright Foundation, the American Council of Learned Societies, the Andrew J. Mellon Foundation, the National Endowment for the Humanities, the American Institute of Indian Studies, and the Rotary International Foundation.