Teaching Fellows

Gentry Jenkins

Teaching Fellow in the Social Sciences Gentry Jenkins

Area of Study

Committee on International Relations

Gentry Jenkins

Teaching Fellow in the Social Sciences

Gentry Jenkins is an incoming Teaching Fellow in the Committee on International Relations. He received his Ph.D. in Political Science from the University of Chicago in 2020. His research interests involve international security and comparative politics and are currently centered on the connections between state-building and armed conflict with an emphasis on revolutionary regimes. Gentry’s dissertation examines the conditions under which revolutionary state projects of centralization and social transformation trigger rebellions among ethnic groups and peasant communities in peripheral territories

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