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Craig Campbell

Adjunct Professor

Address: Maybank Hall, Room 300A
Office Hours: TR 10:30-12 and by appointment
Phone: 843.953.1420

Major Craig Campbell (Ret. US Army) received his MA from American University in 2013 in Military History. His concentrations were on the American way of war and the Crusades era. He has authored two short biographies on local South Carolina history which he published to His work “Attack of the CSS Hunley” has been published locally in Carologue Magazine in Winter 2014.  His recent teaching positions include The Military College of South Carolina (The Citadel) and Trident Technical College. Craig spent years as a military instructor teaching ROTC cadets topics such as US Military History and Basic Tactics & Leadership. He has two combat tours in the Persian Gulf Conflicts. 


MA, American University

BA, Eastern Kentucky University

Research Interests

Ancient and Modern Warfare in Western Civilization

Local South Carolina History

Courses Taught

Western Civilization I: Ancient to Premodern History

Western Civilization II: Premodern to Postmodern History

World Civilization I: Ancient World History

World Civilization II: Modern World History

American Military History: 1637 - Present

Colloquium in Ancient, Medieval, and Early Modern Western Civilization


General Francis Marion, Irregular Life of an Irregular Warrior,” published by 2016. 

Attack of the CSS Hunley: Could Submarine Attacks Break the Union Blockade of Charleston?” published by 2016.