Christina Bambrick is assistant professor of political science at the University of Notre Dame, where she became a Kellogg Institute faculty fellow in 2022. She specializes in constitutional theory and development, and her research and teaching interests range from American and comparative constitutionalism to republican theory and the history of political thought.
Bambrick is currently writing a book manuscript on the horizontal application of rights to non-state actors in comparative context. The book studies shifting understandings of public and private in comparative constitutionalism, specifically in the United States, India, Germany, South Africa, and the European Union.
Before coming to Notre Dame, Bambrick taught at Clemson University. She earned a doctorate in government from the University of Texas at Austin, where she was recognized for excellence in teaching by the College of Liberal Arts.
Kellogg Welcomes Nine New Faculty Fellows
Aug 24, 2022
The Kellogg Institute announces the appointment of nine new faculty fellows. Approved by the faculty committee earlier, these fellows had already begun engaging with the institute in various ways before their appointments were made official this month.