Yogi Hendlin

|Vita| |Research| |Teaching| |Publications|


Yogi Hendlin
Department of Philosophy CAU Kiel

Leibnizstr. 4 | R. 331
tel.: 0431-880 2824
24118 Kiel



Curriculum vitae

October 2012 through May 2015 (expected)

Doctoral Candidate in Environmental Ethics and Philosophy,Philosophy Department, Christian Albrechts Universität, Kiel, Germany

September 2008 through June 2012

Doctoral Studies and Master of Arts in Political Science
University of California, Los Angeles; Advisor: Anthony Pagden (previously, Carole Pateman (Emeritus))

October 2010 through July 2011

Foreign Language and Area Studies (FLAS) Fellow, Humboldt University, Berlin

October 2009 – October 2010

Editorial Board Member for the Journal of Critical Planning, issued call for proposals, helped orchestrate reviewers for this peer-review publication on public planning

August 2007 – August 2008

Co-Convener for QUIDIS (Qualitative Inquiry on Drug Use Seminar)
UC Berkeley and UCSF
Focus on alcohol, tobacco, and other drug qualitative research

December 2006 – July 2008

Staff writer for Synapse newspaper at the University of California, San Francisco

August 2005 – June 2006

Spanish and American History High School Teacher academic year, University Charter Preparatory Academy, Oakland, California

Summer 2005

Instructor in Philosophy and Politics at the East Bay Free School

September 2004 through September 2005

Master of Science in Political Theory
London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE); Advisors: John Gray (Supervisor), Janet Coleman, and Christian List; Thesis: Hannah Arendt and Michael Oakeshott’s “Traditional” Politics of Freedom

August – September 2002

Delegate of the United Nations World Summit on Sustainable Development (WSSD)

January – July 2002

Studies in Politics and Philosophy at the Pontifical Catholic University of Chile, Santiago de Chile

August – December 2001

Studies in Politics and Philosophy at the University of Sevilla, Spain

August 1999 through December 2003

Bachelor of Arts in Rhetoric (Honors) and Bachelor of Arts in Political Science (Honors),(Distinction in General Scholarship),University of California, Berkeley



Summer 2010

Graduate Summer Research Mentorship award
Researched the possibility of interspecies communication (human – nonhuman) according to the systems theory of Niklas Luhmann and the discourse ethic theory of Jürgen Habermas. This research was carried out under the supervision of Brian Walker-Esparza.

June – September 2009

Graduate Student Researcher at the UCLA School of Public Affairs:
Researched Climate Action Plans in California with Professor Rui Wang. Researched extant literature on Climate Action Plans and wrote literature review section for upcoming paper. Gathered data from U.S. Conference of Mayors Climate Protection Agreement signatory cities

January – June 2009 Graduate Student Researcher

UCLA Center for 17th and 18th Century Studies
Assisted archival research and data management for Professors Robert Maniquis (English), Mary Terrall (History), Anne Mellor (English), Robert Frank (History), Robert Watson (English), and David Kunzle (Art History)

August 2006 – August 2008

Assistant Specialist (promoted from Junior Specialist, July 2007)
Fellow at the Center for Tobacco Control Research and Education (CTCRE)
Institute for Health Policy Studies, University of California, San Francisco (UCSF)

January – July 2002

Research Intern at FLACSO, Latin American Think Tank Researched Free Trade Agreement protocol and Human Security Council precedent, submitting reports for the FTAA interim meeting and Human Security Council meeting in Santiago, Chile


| Teaching |

WiSe 2012/13

Kommunikation über Artgrenzen (051495)
Umweltethik und Internationale Umweltpolitik (051496)

Teaching Assistant

January – April 2012

Comparative German Literature: German 59. The Holocaust in Film and Literature
UCLA, with Professor Todd Presner

September – December 2011

German Philosophy: German 56. Figures who changed the world
UCLA, with Professor John McCumber

January 2007 – May 2008

Meditation, Mysticism, and the Mind Course
UC Berkeley


April – June 2012

Political Science PS 115A and PS 115D: “Ethics and Governance” (with Prof. Susanne Lohmann)

Summer 2011

Political Science: “Global Environmental Politics” (with Prof. Susanne Lohmann)

Summer 2010

Political Science: “Global Environmental Politics” (with Prof. Susanne Lohmann)

March – June 2010

Political Science ”Ethics” (with Prof. Susanne Lohmann)

January 2010 – March 2010

Political Science M122B: “Global Environmental Politics” (with Dr. Jonathan Liljeblad)

September – December 2009

Political Science 125A: “Arms Control and International Security” (with Dr. Barry O’Neill)

Summer 2009

Political Science 124B: “Global Environmental Politics” (with Prof. Susanne Lohmann)



Review Article of Stephanie Rutherford’s Governing the Wild in Environmental Politics, In Press, 2013

Review Article on William Ophuls’ Plato’s Revenge in Environmental Ethics, Vol. 35, 2013

Review Article on Andrew Szasz’s Shopping Our Way to Safety in Environmental Politics, Vol. 21 (5), 2012

“Strong Tobacco Control Program Requirements and Secure Funding Are Not Enough: Lessons From Florida” (co-authored with Allison Kennedy, Stanton Glantz, Richard Barnes, and Sarah Sullivan) American Journal of Public Health, Vol. 102 (5), 2012

“‘Acceptable Rebellion:’ Marketing Hipster Aesthetics to Sell Camel Cigarettes in the United States” (First Authored: Hendlin; Glantz; Anderson) Tobacco Control (British Medical Journal imprint. Impact Factor 3.85) Vol. 19 (3), 2010

“Competing Initiatives: A New Tobacco Industry Strategy to Oppose Statewide Clean Indoor Air Ballot Measures” (co-authored with Greg Tung, MPH and S.A. Glantz, PhD), American Journal of Public Health (Jan. 15, 2009, online. March, print.) Vol. 99 (3), 2009