Kimberlee Anne Campbell, PhD

Kimberlee Campbell's research interests include medieval epic poetry, Renaissance travel journals, indigenous American languages and cultures, and computer-assisted language learning. Campbell's publications include The Protean Text: A Study of Versions of the Medieval Legend of Doon and Olive (Routledge 1988) and Echos (Yale University Press 2003), an introduction to issues of cultural identity in French and francophone contexts, as well as articles on the representation of women and minorities in the medieval epic. She has also published articles on Rabelais and on the history of printing in the Renaissance. She was the editor of volume 20 of Olifant, (fall 1995-summer 1996). Her most recent work is as co-author of a series of textbooks teaching Lakota language, which are used on reservations in North and South Dakota. She is also a consultant for McGraw-Hill, Yale University Press, Canadian Scholar's Press, Heinle & Heinle, and Houghton Mifflin Harcourt. She received the Mensa Foundation's Distinguished Teacher Award in 2004. In 2014 she received the Carmen S. Bonanno Excellence in Foreign Language Teaching Award from the Harvard Extension School.


  • PhD New York University