Kenneth L. Campbell Ph.D.
Other Scholarly Publications, Book Reviews, and Book Evaluations
Review of Constructing the Past: Writing Irish History, 1600—1800, edited by Mark Williams and Stephen Paul Forest,
Journal of British Studies, January 2012.
“My Ishmael and New Challenges to General Education,” Association of General and Liberal Studies Newsletter, 23, 1, Fall 2006.
“The English Reformation,”in Findling, John E. and Thackeray, Frank W., Events That Changed Great Britain to 1689,
Greenwood Press, 2004.
“Sinn Féin and the Suffragettes: The Movements for Irish Independence and Women’s Suffrage,” in Findling,
John E. and Thackeray, Frank W., Events That Changed Great Britain Since 1689, Greenwood Press, 2002
“Thomas Chaloner the Younger,” rev. article, New Dictionary of National Biography.
Review of John Eglin, Venice Transfigured: The Myth of Venice in British Culture, 1660-1797 in Albion, Summer 2002
Review of Christopher Cunliffe, ed. Joseph Butler’s Moral and Religious Thought:
Tercentenary Essays in Albion (Fall 1993)
Biographical and Historiographical articles on Thomas More, William Cecil, Robert Cecil, and Robert Parsons,
S.J. in Research Guide to European Historical Biography, Beacham Press, 1992-93
Review of William E. Blake, William Maitland of Lethington: A Study of the Policy of Moderation in the Sixteenth-Century Scottish
Reformation in Journal of Scholarly Research and Review (Autumn 1989)
Review of E.G.W. Bill, Education at Christ Church Oxford 1660-1800 in Albion, 1989
Review of Alastair Livingstone, Christian W.H. Aikman and Betty Stuart Hart, eds., Muster Roll of Prince Charles Edward
Stuart’s Army 1745-1746 and Frank McLynn, The Jacobites in Albion, Winter 1986
Review of Michael Reed’s The Georgian Triumph 1700-1830 in Albion, Fall 1984
Review of Robert E. Sullivan’s John Toland and the Deist Controversy in Albion, Winter 1982.