Dr. Ann Campbell teaches undergraduate and graduate courses on the eighteenth-century British novel, the gothic novel, and courtship novels at Boise State University. She joined the faculty of the Department of English in 2003 after completing a Ph.D. in English from Emory University where she specialized in eighteenth-century British literature. She also has a Certificate in Electronic Pedagogy from the Georgia Institute of Technology where she was a Brittain Doctoral Fellow. Dr. Campbell's research focuses largely on women’s novels and courtship novels, and she is an active in the American Society for Eighteenth-Century Studies.
The Strange and Surprising World of Curriculum Reform and Its Consequences for Eighteenth-Century Studies, Digital Defoe: Studies in Defoe and His Contemporaries (2011)
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Punitive Subplots and Clandestine Marriage in Eliza Haywood’s The History of Jemmy and Jenny Jessamy, Eighteenth-Century Women (2008)
Magdalen or Harlot?: Satire, Sentiment, and the Fallen Woman in William Dodd’s The Sisters, Hungarian Journal of English and American Studies (2007)
The Limits of "Laudable Action": Women's Marital Choice in John Shebbeare's The Marriage Act, Topic: The Washington and Jefferson College Review (2007)
Tristram Shandy and the Seven Years' War: Beyond the Borders of the Bowling Green, The Shandean (2006)
Contributions to Books
Indentured Servitude as Colonial America’s ‘Semi-Slavery’ Business in Sally Gunning’s Bound, Comparing Slavery and Servitude in the British Eighteenth-Century Imagination (forthcoming) (2013)
Surrogate Brothers as the New Family Instructor in Moll Flanders, American Society for Eighteenth-Century Studies (2012)
Courtship Novels as Course Strategy, American Society for Eighteenth-Century Studies (2011)