Chris Kendall

Chris Kendall

Associate Professor, Politics and Government

(On Leave Spring 2022)

Chris Kendall is Associate Professor of Politics and Government, specializing in International Relations. He earned his law degree from UC Berkeley (Boalt Hall) and practiced law in New York before completing his PhD in politics at Princeton University. His teaching is informed by research interests at the intersection of international relations, comparative politics, and judicial processes. Professor Kendall is particularly interested in how developing states internalize norms governing interstate behavior while at the same time transforming those norms to suit local exigencies. His current research examines how judicial politics in developing states shape and constrain the enforcement of international human rights commitments at the local level.

BA Miami University 1994
JD University of California, Berkeley 2001
Ph.D Princeton University 2014
Intro International Relations PG 103-B 2218
Comparative Judicial Politics PG 363-A 2218
Capstone: Intnl Relations PG 430-A 2218

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Wyatt 230