Kristy Campion is a Lecturer of Terrorism Studies with the Australian Graduate School of Policing and Security at Charles Sturt University. A historian by training, her postgraduate and research expertise has focused on terrorism and extremism, both domestically and internationally.
She has lectured and tutored in terrorism studies to undergraduate students and postgraduate students, consulted for specialist audiences and industry, and engages in media and public commentary. While she primarily lectures in the Masters of Terrorism and Security Studies degree, Kristy also supervisors higher degree research candidates.
In the past two years, Kristy’s research has focused heavily on right-wing extremism in Australia with reference to its organisations, individuals, and ideological narratives, with a focus on domestic and international connections. She is currently working on the first comprehensive history of terrorism and extremism in Australia.