Professor Campbell's work deals with the environmental history of North America and the history of Canada. She has taught at universities across Canada and in Denmark, in the areas of history, Canadian Studies, and Environment and Sustainability. Relating regional ecosystems to regional histories, relating Canada to the North American continent and the North Atlantic world, and relating the lessons of history to today's political and environmental debates — this is how she sees her work, in teaching and writing. Her research aims to incorporate environmental histories and environmental education into public history and historic landscapes, and explore the place of the humanities in sustainability education. 

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