Justin Campbell

About Justin Campbell

I am a PhD candidate in the Latin American History program, with a minor field in Anthropology. My dissertation research explores the recent history (1986-2016) of US militarization of the US-Mexico border, the Mexico-Guatemala border, and the Guatemala-Honduras border. 

Through both my service in the US Army, as well as employment in the defense contracting sector, I participated in US militarization of the North Korean-South Korean border (Korean DMZ), the US-Mexico border, and the Iraq-Iran border.

Areas of Study

US-Mexico border, Mexico-Guatemala border, Guatemala-Honduras border, Guatemala-El Salvador border, border militarization, border theory

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Justin Campbell
PhD Candidate
Office: CHVZ 422
Office Hours: Wednesdays, 12-1pm; and Fridays 1-2pm
College of Social and Behavioral Sciences

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