Bluff Life: How to Navigate Your First Year at LMU Successfully

    Thursday, April 8, 2021 at 5:00 PM until 6:00 PMPacific Daylight Time

    Meet the Faculty

    Marne Campbell, Ph.D.
    Associate Professor and Chair of African American Studies
    Bellarmine College of Liberal Arts

    Marne L. Campbell is an Assistant Professor at Loyola Marymount University in the department of African American Studies. She earned her Ph.D. in History at UCLA. She also has a Master’s Degree from the Interdepartmental Program in Afro-American Studies, and her undergraduate degrees are in History and AfroAmerican Studies from UCLA. Her book entitled, Making Black Los Angeles: Gender, Class and Community 1850 – 1917 (2016, University of North Carolina Press) emphasizes issues of labor, politics, and culture through the intersection of this diverse community with other communities of color. She has completed an extensive database of almost every African American family in Los Angeles (1850 - 1910).

    Dr. Campbell has published essays in the Journal of Urban History as well as the Journal of African American History, and the American Studies Journal. Currently, she is working on a book about race, gender, and crime in early Los Angeles, and co-authoring a book on civil unrest in America with Brenda E. Stevenson. Dr. Campbell is the recipient of the University of California President’s Postdoctoral Fellowship. She has also received research support from the Huntington Library and the Bellarmine College at LMU. Dr. Campbell’s research and teaching interests focus on the middle 19th and early 20th century urban U.S., and has taught a range of specialized courses on U.S. Religious History, History of the West, Gender History, and History of Los Angeles, as well as surveys of American and African American History.

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