Dr Kristy Campion is a terrorism expert and historian. She has been involved in terrorism research since 2012.
Her doctoral thesis examined terrorist innovation of Propaganda of the Deed as used by left wing terrorist movements such as the Narodnaya Volya and the Red Army Faction, anti-colonialist movements like the pre-1923 Irish Republican Brotherhood and Army, and jihadist movements such as Al Qaeda.
Since then, she has published extensively on right wing extremism and terrorism in Australia and around the world, and left wing extremism 'unstructured' terrorism.
She is currently Lecturer in Terrorism Studies for the Masters of Terrorism and Security Studies at Charles Sturt University. She is author and lecturer of Australia's first tertiary subject on right wing extremism and terrorism.