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educator , historian

Randolph Bluford Campbell, American historian, educator. Recipient Summerfield Roberts award Sons of Republican Texas, 1990, Friends of Dallas Public Library. award Texas Institute Letters, 1990. Member Texas State History Association (member editorial board 1987-1996, president 1993-1994, Tullis award 1990), Southern History Association (member editorial board 1980-1984, Ramsdell award 1974), Organization American Historians.

Background

Campbell, Randolph Bluford was born on November 16, 1940 in Charlottesville, Virginia, United States. Son of John Landon and Virginia Lewis (Lyon) Campbell.

Education

Bachelor of Science, University of Virginia, 1961;Master of Arts in History, University of Virginia, 1963;Doctor of Philosophy in History, University of Virginia, 1966.

Career

Instructor, Virginia Polytechnic Institute, Blacksburg, 1963-1964;instructor, Madison College, Harrisonburg, Virginia, 1966;from assistant professor to professor, U. North Texas, Denton, 1969-1977;professor, U. North Texas, Denton, 1977-1988;regents professor, U. North Texas, Denton, since 1988.

Works

Membership

Member Texas State History Association (member editorial board 1987-1996, president 1993-1994, Tullis award 1990), Southern History Association (member editorial board 1980-1984, Ramsdell award 1974), Organization American Historians.

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Avocations: quail hunting.

Connections

Married Diana Snow Campbell, June 9, 1962. Children: James Landon, Jonathan Clay.

father:
John Landon Campbell

mother:
Virginia Lewis (Lyon) Campbell

spouse:
Diana Snow Campbell

children:
James Landon Campbell

Jonathan Clay Campbell