Bruce L. Campbell
Bruce L. Campbell earned a BA in history from the University of Guam in 1984 and an MA in Micronesia history and economics from the Pacific Islands program at the University of Hawai`i at Manoa awarded in 1987.
Campbell has been an educator for more than twenty-five years in Guam, the Northern Mariana Islands, and Federated States of Micronesia, and has taught from the elementary through the university levels. In 1990 he joined the faculty at the University of Guam and taught undergraduate and graduate European, American and Pacific history courses as well as beginning and intermediate English, research methods and research writing courses until he left the university in 2006.
Campbell has more than twenty years of educational writing experience in history and English. He has written more than 750 newspaper and magazine articles about Guam and Micronesia as well as numerous government technical reports and general information books. Among his publications are: Guam an Island on Fire, Chuuk, a Traveler’s Companion, Guam’s Natural, Cultural and Historic Sites Guidebook and Developing Critical Thinking: Micronesian Anecdotes.
Campbell has over twenty years experience in island communities working as a commercial freelance writer, staff editor, and film documentary writer/director for federal and local institutes and publications. He has worked on the documentaries, Man, Nature, and the Fa’a Samoa, Water for an Island and Liberating Guam. He served as a commercial freelance writer and staff editor with various publications such as Guahan Magazine, Hospitality Guahan, Pacific Daily News, Glimpses of Guam & Micronesia and Pacific Magazine.
He is married to Shrue Phillip of Malem, Kosrae, and the Campbells currently reside in Tamuning, Guam.
Guampedia entries by Bruce L. Campbell
- Adventurers: Beachcombers
- Dutch Traders
- Filipino Migration to Guam 1945 – 1975
- General Order No. 12
- Louis Claude de Freycinet
- Luís de Torres
- Micronesian Area Research Center (MARC)
- Nieves M. Flores
- Private Schooling During the US Naval Era
- Trepang Trade