Joseph Campbell

BIAAS gave a grant of $5,000 to Joseph Campbell to research Sigmund Freud’s contributions to a 1966 book Thomas Woodrow Wilson, Twenty-Eighth President of the United States: A Psychological Study. The funds went to cover cost of traveling and living expenses while conducting research at the Sterling Library at Yale University, with the majority of the funds spent on lodging and copies of archival material. The goal of the grant was to contribute research to Campbell’s dissertation.

Joseph Campbell received his Master’s degree from the University of Philadelphia and pursued his Ph.D. in Political Science at the New School University.