Professor of Law, Columbia University, New York
Berlin Prize Fellow - Class of Fall 1998
Kendall Thomas has taught law at Columbia University in New York since 1984. His academic focuses include constitutional theory, law and sexuality, critical race theory, and theoretical paradigms of feminism. Thomas has been a Visiting Professor at Stanford Law School, and Visiting Professor in American Studies and Afro-American Studies at Princeton University. Has taught or lectured in France, The Netherlands, England, The Czech Republic, Germany, Haiti and South Africa. His writings have appeared in several academic journals and volumes of collected essays. He is a co-editor of Critical Race Theory: The Key Writings that Founded the Movement (The New Press, 1996) and What’s Left of Theory? (Routledge Press, 2000).