Kendrick (Diné) is a PhD candidate in Geography. He is Honágháahnii, born for Tsi’naajinii. Broadly, Kendrick is interested in Indigenous studies, land, and dispossession. His research seeks to understand how transformations in land are central to settler colonial capitalism. Kendrick’s research and studies are and have been supported by the UC Berkeley Chancellor’s Fellowship, the Graduate Division Mentored Research Award, UC Berkeley Geography Department, the Native Forward Scholars Fund, and the Navajo Nation. In his spare time, Kendrick enjoys riding his bike around Oakland.
2020, MCP, City Planning, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
2017, S.B. Humanities and Engineering (Anthropology and Environmental Engineering), Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Graduate Student Instructor, Rhetoric R1A (The Craft of Writing: Dis/Possession & Indigenous Space), UC Berkeley, Fall 2023
Graduate Student Instructor, AFAM 27AC (Lives of Struggle: Minorities in a Majority Culture), UC Berkeley, Fall 2022
Graduate Student Reader, NAS 173AC (Indigenous Peoples in Global Inequality), UC Berkeley, Spring 2022