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John Kennedy


Education   

Ph.D. University of California, Davis, 2002
M.A. University of California, Davis, Political Science, 2000 B.A. University of California, Davis, Political Science, 1995 A.A. Sacramento Community College, Sacramento 1992


Professional Experience

Director of the Center for Global and International Studies, 2012- Associate Professor, University of Kansas, Fall 2009
Assistant Professor, University of Kansas, Fall 2003-2009 Lecturer: University of California, Davis, Spring 2003

Carpenter 1980-1992


Publications

Kennedy, John James (with Jenna Mittelmeier), “Adapting Together: Chinese Student Experience and Acceptance at an American University,” In Jindal-Snape, D., Rienties, B., Eds. Multi-dimensional transitions of international students to higher education: New Perspectives on Learning and Instruction, (Routledge 2015)


John James Kennedy and Yaojiang Shi, “Rule by Virtue, the Mass Line Model and Cadre-Mass Relations” in Shiping Hua ed. East Asian Development Model: The 21st Century Perspectives (Routledge, 2015)


John James Kennedy and Dan Chen, “Election Reform from the Middle and at the Margins” in Jessica C. Teets and Bill Hurst edited, Local Governance Innovation in China: Governance Challenges, Adaptation, and Subnational Variation, (Routledge, London, 2014)


John James Kennedy, “Finance and Rural Governance: Centralization and Local Challenges” special issue on China rural studies in the Journal of Peasant Studies Volume 40, Number 6, 1 (2013), pp. 1009-1026


John James Kennedy, “What is the Color of a Non-Revolution? Why the Jasmine Revolution and Arab Spring Did Not Spread to China,” Special Issue on the Arab Spring,







The Whitehead Journal of Diplomacy and International Relations, vol. 13, no. 1, (Winter/Spring 2012)


John James Kennedy and Yaojiang Shi, “Surveys and learning about village elections and rural China: an analysis of a 2005 national village election survey” in Björn Alpermann ed. Politics and Markets in Rural China (Routledge, 2011)


John James Kennedy, “Uneven Political Reform and Development in the Shadow of the Olympic Games,” in William M. Tsutsui and Michael Baskett ed. The East Asian Olympiads: Building Bodies and Nations in Japan, Korea, and China, Global Oriental Publishers (2011)


Mariya Y. Omelicheva and John James Kennedy, “Reform in China and Russia: A Comparative Perspective” in ISA International Studies Compendium Project, Wiley- Blackwell Publishing (2010)


John James Kennedy, “The Price of Democracy: Vote Buying and Village Elections in China” Asian Politics and Policy, vol 2, no. 4 (2010)


John James Kennedy, “Supply and Support for Grassroots Political Reform in Rural China”, Journal of Chinese Political Science, vol. 16, no. 2 (2010)


John James Kennedy, “Rural China: Politics and Policy” in William A. Joseph ed. Politics of China, (Oxford University Press 2010, second edition 2014)


John James Kennedy, “Legitimacy with Chinese Characteristics: ‘Two Increases, One Reduction’”, Journal of Contemporary China, vol. 18, no. 60 (2009)


Reprinted in Kevin O'Brien, Suisheng Zhao ed. Grassroots Elections in China, (Routledge, 2010).


John James Kennedy, “State Capacity and Support for Village Institutions in Rural Shaanxi” China Information, vol. 23, no. 3, (November, 2009)


John James Kennedy, “Popular Support and the Rural and Urban Divide in China: The Influence of Education and the State-Controlled Media” Political Studies, vol. 57,
no. 3, (October, 2009)


John James Kennedy, “International Education and Developing Countries: Research and Educational Collaboration in the Field” Journal of Political Science Education, vol. 3, no. 3, (Fall 2007)


John James Kennedy, “From the Fee-for-Tax Reform to the Abolition of Agricultural Taxes: The Impact on Township Governments in Northwest China” The China Quarterly, vol.189, (March 2007)







This paper was also honored with the Gordon White Prize for the most original article published in the China Quarterly in 2007.


John James Kennedy, “The Implementation of Village Elections and Tax-for-Fee Reform in Rural Northwest China,” in Elizabeth J. Perry and Merle Goldman ed. Grassroots Political Reform in Contemporary China (Cambridge, Mass.: Harvard University Press, 2007)


John James Kennedy, “Bygone Days and Ballot Boxes: Previous Democratic Experience and Current Village Elections in Rural Northwest China” Journal of Comparative Asian Development, vol. 5, no. 1, (Spring 2006)


John James Kennedy, Scott Rozelle and Yaojiang Shi, “Elected Leaders and Collective Land: Farmers Evaluation of Village Leaders Performance in Rural China” Journal of Chinese Political Science, vol. 9, no. 1 (Spring 2004)


John James Kennedy, “The Face of ‘Grassroots Democracy’: The Substantive Difference Between Real and Cosmetic Elections in Rural China.” Asian Survey, vol. 42, no. 3, (May/June 2002)


Shi Yaojiang, Gao Fan, Ren Baoping and J. J. Kennedy “Zhonggou Nongcun Minzhu Xuanjuzhong detiming Fangshiji Shishi Jijiao Fenxi: duishaanxi 6 gexian 34 cun diaocha jeigoude shizheng fenxi” [An analysis of the Implementation of China’s Rural Democratic Elections and the Types of Nomination Processes: analytical results from a six county and 34 village survey in Shaanxi Province], Guanli Shijie [Management World] vol. 1 (January, 2004).


Book Reviews

John James Kennedy, “Review of Rightful Resistance in Rural China by Kevin O’Brien and Lianjiang Li” Journal of Asian Studies, Volume 68, Issue 2 (2009)


John James Kennedy, “Review of Public Opinion and Political Change in China. by Tang Wenfang” Perspectives on Politics, Volume 5, Issue 1, (March 2007)


John James Kennedy, “Review of Mutual Empowerment of State and Peasantry: Village Self-Government in Rural China. By Xu Wang.” Pacific Affairs, Volume 77, No. 3, (Fall 2004)


Honors and Awards

Teaching:
Gene Budig Teaching Professorship Award ($5,000) 2013
McNair (Scholars) Mentor Award 2013
KU HOPE Award Finalist for Outstanding Progressive Educator 2011
Outstanding Educator of the Year 2009, presented by the Mortar Board honor society at the University of Kansas







University of Kansas, Teaching Excellence Award 2004, Center for Teaching Excellence


Research:
Fulbright Faculty Research Award (China Studies) 2010-2011
Gordon White Prize for the most original article published in the China Quarterly 2007

        for the paper, “From the Fee-for-Tax Reform to the Abolition of

        Agricultural Taxes: The Impact on Township Governments in Northwest China” Best Paper Award 2008, Association of Chinese Political Science for the paper “Out of

        the Shadows: Identifying the ‘Missing Girls’ in Shaanxi.”
Best Paper Award 2005, Association of Chinese Political Science for the paper “Death of

        a Township: the Tax-for-Fee Reform in Northwest China.”

University of Kansas, New Faculty General Research Fund 2004 

Fulbright Award for Graduate Research 2000-2001.





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