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Mala Htun                                                                                     April 2017

Education

 

Ph.D., 2000, Political Science, Harvard University, Cambridge, MA

 

A.M., 1996, Political Science, Harvard University, Cambridge, MA

 

A.B., 1991, International Relations, with Honors and Distinction, Stanford University, Stanford, CA

 

Academic Employment

 

Professor of Political Science

7/2015 – present

University of New Mexico

Albuquerque, New Mexico

 

Associate Professor of Political Science

11/2011 – 6/2015

University of New Mexico

Albuquerque, New Mexico

 

Associate Professor of Political Science

7/2007 – 6/2011

New School for Social Research and Eugene Lang College

New York, NY

 

Assistant Professor of Political Science

1/2000 – 6/2007

New School for Social Research and Eugene Lang College

New York, NY

 

Fellowships and Awards

 

Recognized by New Mexico Senate and House of Representatives for “scholarly achievement in the social sciences and keen awareness of the human dimensions of global problems” (2016)

 

Andrew Carnegie Fellow (2015)

 

Best Paper at 2007 Annual Meeting (2008)

Women in Politics Research Section

American Political Science Association

 

Council on Foreign Relations-Hitachi International Affairs Fellow in Japan (2006-2007)

 

Heinz Eulau Award for the best article in Perspectives on Politics in 2004 (2005)

American Political Science Association

 

Visiting Fellow, the Kellogg Institute for International Studies, University of Notre Dame (2004)

 

Fellow, Radcliffe Institute for Advanced Study, Harvard University (2002-2003)

 

Prize for the Best Dissertation on Women and Politics in 2000 (2001)

Women and Politics Research Section

American Political Science Association

 

Sawyer Fellowship on the Performance of Democracies, Harvard University (1999)

 

Social Science Research Council International Dissertation Fellowship (1997)

 

National Security Education Program Dissertation Fellowship (1997)

 

National Science Foundation Graduate Fellow (1994 -1999)

 

Certificate of Distinction in Teaching, Harvard University (1997)

 

Graduate Fellowship from Harvard University (1993)

 

Firestone Award for Excellence in Undergraduate Research, Stanford University (1991)

 

Barbie Fields Memorial Scholarship, Stanford University (1990)

 

Scholarly Achievements

 

Books

 

Mala Htun and S. Laurel Weldon, The Logics of Gender Justice: State Action on Women’s Rights around the World. Book forthcoming in 2018 from Cambridge University Press.

Mala Htun, Inclusion Without Representation in Latin America: Gender Quotas and Ethnic Reservations (New York: Cambridge University Press, 2016).

 

Mala Htun, Sex and the State: Abortion, Divorce, and the Family under Latin American Dictatorships and Democracies (New York: Cambridge University Press, 2003).

 

Published in Spanish as Sexo y Estado: Aborto, divorcio y familia bajo dictaduras y democracias en América Latina (Santiago: Ediciones Universidad Diego Portales, 2010).

 

Articles in Journals

 

Mala Htun and S. Laurel Weldon, “Religious Power, the State, Women’s Rights, and Family Law.” Politics & Gender 11 (September 2015): 1-27.

 

Mala Htun, Cheryl O’Brien, and S. Laurel Weldon, “Movilización feminista y políticas sobre violencia contra las mujeres,” Foreign Affairs Latinoamérica 14, no. 1 (January-March 2014): 2- 13.

 

Mala Htun and G. Bingham Powell, et. al., “Between Science and Engineering: Reflections on the APSA Presidential Task Force on Political Scientists, Electoral Rules, and Democratic Governance.” Perspectives on Politics 11, 3 (September 2013): 808-840. [Adapted and Abridged Version of APSA Task Force Report]

 

Mala Htun and S. Laurel Weldon, “Feminist Mobilization and Progressive Policy Change: Why Governments Take Action to Combat VAW,” Gender and Development 21, 2 (July 2013): 231-249.

 

Mala Htun and Juan Pablo Ossa, “Political Inclusion of Marginalized Groups: Gender Parity and Indigenous Reservations in Bolivia.” Politics, Groups, and Identities 1, 1 (March 2013): 4-25.

 

Mala Htun, Marina Lacalle, and Juan Pablo Micozzi, “Does Women’s Presence Change Legislative Behavior? Evidence from Argentina.” Journal of Politics in Latin America 2, 1 (2013): 95-125.

 

Mala Htun and S. Laurel Weldon, “Civic Origins of Progressive Policy Change: Combating Violence Against Women in Global Perspective.” American Political Science Review 106, 3 (August 2012): 548-569.

 

Mala Htun and S. Laurel Weldon, “State Power, Religion, and Women’s Rights: Comparative Analysis of Family Law,” Indiana Journal of Global Legal Studies 18, no. 1 (Winter 2011).

 

Mala Htun and S. Laurel Weldon, “When do Governments Promote Women’s Rights? A Framework for the Comparative Analysis of Sex Equality Policy,” Perspectives on Politics 8, no. 1 (March 2010): 207-216.

 

Mala Htun and Timothy J. Power, “Gender, Parties, and Support for Equal Rights in the Brazilian Congress,” Latin American Politics and Society 48, no. 4 (Winter 2006): 83-104.

 

Mala Htun, “What It Means to Study Gender and the State,” Politics and Gender 1, no. 1 (Fall 2005): 157-166.

 

Mala Htun, “Is Gender Like Ethnicity? The Political Representation of Identity Groups,” Perspectives on Politics 2, no. 3 (September 2004): 439-458.

 

Mala Htun, “From Racial Democracy to Affirmative Action: Changing State Policy on Race in Brazil,” Latin American Research Review 39, no. 1 (February 2004): 60-89. Abridged version also published in: NACLA Report on the Americas (January-February 2005).

 

Mala Htun, “Puzzles of Women’s Rights in Brazil,” Social Research 69, no 3 (Fall 2002): 733-751.

 

Mala Htun, “A política de cotas na América Latina,” Estudos Feministas 9, no. 1 (2001): 225-230.

 

Mala Htun, “Women in Latin America: Unequal Progress toward Equality,” Current History 98, no. 626 (March 1999): 133-138.

 

Book Chapters

 

Clara Araújo, Anna Calasanti, and Mala Htun, “Women, Power, and Policy in Brazil,” in Leslie Schwindt Bayer, ed., Women’s Representation in Latin America (New York: Oxford University Press, forthcoming).

 

Mala Htun and S. Laurel Weldon, “States and the Logic of Gender Justice,” in Kimberly Morgan and Ann Shola Orloff, eds. Many Hands of the State (New York: Cambridge University Press, 2017).

 

Mala Htun, Jennifer M. Piscopo, and Sophia von Bergen, “Women in Politics in Latin America,” in Wilhelm Hofmeister, Megha Sarmah, and Dilpreet Kaur, eds. Women, Policy and Political Leadership (Singapore, Konrad Adenauer Stiftung, 2014).

 

Mala Htun, “Political Inclusion and Representation of Afrodescendant Women in Latin America,” in Maria Escobar-Lemmon and Michelle Taylor-Robinson, eds. Representation: The Case of Women (Oxford University Press, 2014).

 

Mala Htun, “Sex and the State in Latin America,” in Mona Lena Krook and Sara Childs, eds. Women, Gender, and Politics: A Reader (New York: Oxford University Press, 2010). [excerpt of Sex and the State]

 

Mala Htun, “Life, Liberty, and Family Values: Church and State in the Struggle Over Abortion in Latin America,” in Frances Hagopian, ed. Contemporary Catholicism, Religious Pluralism, and Democracy in Latin America (Notre Dame: University of Notre Dame Press, 2009).

 

Mala Htun, “Political Inclusion: Women, Blacks, and Indigenous Peoples,” in Jorge Domínguez and Michael Shifter, eds. Constructing Democratic Governance, 3rd Edition (Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press, 2008).

 

Mala Htun, “Gender Equality in Transition Polities: Comparative Perspectives on Cuba,” in Looking Forward: Cuba’s Democratic Transition, edited by Marifeli Pérez-Stable (Notre Dame: University of Notre Dame Press, 2007; Spanish edition published by Editorial Colibrí, 2006).

 

Mala Htun, “Democracy and Political Inclusion: The Andes in Comparative Perspective,” in Nadando contra la corriente: Mujeres y cuotas políticas en los países andinos, ed. Magdalena León (Quito and Lima: UNIFEM, 2005).

 

Mala Htun, “Women, Political Parties and Electoral Systems in Latin America,” in Women in Parliament. Beyond Numbers. A New Edition, eds. Julie Ballington and Azza Karam (Stockholm: International IDEA, 2005).

 

Mala Htun, “Learning from Gender Quotas,” in Social Inclusion and Economic Development in Latin America, eds. Mayra Buvinic and Jacqueline Mazza (Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press, 2004).

 

Mala Htun, “Women and Democracy,” in Constructing Democratic Governance in Latin America, 2nd Edition, eds. Jorge I. Domínguez and Michael Shifter (Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press, 2003). Also translated into Spanish.

 

Mala Htun and Mark P. Jones, “Engendering the Right to Participate in Decisionmaking: Electoral Quotas and Women’s Leadership in Latin America,” in Gender and the Politics of Rights and Democracy in Latin America, eds. Nikki Craske and Maxine Molyneux (London: Palgrave, 2002). Also published in: Parity Democracy in the Construction of Europe, ed. Paloma Saavedra Ruiz (Madrid: CELEM, 2000).

 

Mala Htun, “Mujeres y poder político en Latinoamérica,” in Mujeres en el parlamento: Más allá de los números, eds. Myriam Méndez-Montalvo and Julie Ballington (Stockholm: International IDEA, 2002).

 

Mala Htun, “Culture, Institutions, and Gender Inequality in Latin America,” in Culture Matters: Values and Human Progress, eds. Lawrence Harrison and Samuel Huntington (New York: Basic Books, 2000).

 

Mala Htun, “Women’s Rights and Opportunities in Latin America: Problems and Prospects,” in Civil Society and the Summit of the Americas, eds. Richard Feinberg and Robin Rosenberg (Miami: The North-South Center Press, 1999).

 

Other Scholarly Works

 

Mala Htun and Courtney Jung, “Critical Dialogue. Lactivism and Inclusion without Representation.” Perspectives on Politics 15, 2 (June 2017).

 

Mala Htun, “Emergence of an Organized Politics of Race in Latin America,” in Juliet Hooker and Alvin Tillery, eds. The Double Bind: The Politics of Racial and Class Inequalities in the Americas. Report of the APSA Task Force on Race and Class in the Americas. Washington, D.C.: American Political Science Association, 2016.

 

Mala Htun, “DA-RT and the Social Conditions of Knowledge Production in Political Science,” APSA-CP Newsletter, Spring 2016.

 

Mala Htun, “A Culture of Lawlessness on Albuquerque’s Roadways,” Albuquerque Journal, October 26, 2015.

 

Mala Htun and S. Laurel Weldon, “Progressive Policy Change on Women’s Economic and Social Rights.” Background Paper for Progress of the World’s Women. UN Women, United Nations, NY, NY. 2014. 87 pp.

 

Mala Htun and Jennifer Piscopo, “Women and Politics and Policy in Latin America and the Caribbean.” Conflict Prevention and Peace Forum. CPPF Working Papers on Women in Politics, no. 2. Social Science Research Council. New York, NY, 2014. 39 pp. Available at: http://webarchive.ssrc.org/working-papers/CPPF_WomenInPolitics_02_Htun_Piscopo.pdf

 

Mala Htun and G. Bingham Powell, eds. Political Science, Electoral Rules, and Democratic Governance. Report of the APSA Task Force on Electoral Rules and Democratic Governance. Washington, D.C.: APSA, 2013. 130 pp. Available at: https://www.apsanet.org/content_86108.cfm?navID=1060. [Adapted and abridged version appeared in Perspectives on Politics 11, 3 (September 2013): 808-840]

 

Mala Htun and G. Bingham Powell, “Between Science and Engineering: Political Science, Electoral Rules, and Democratic Governance,” in Htun and Powell, eds. Political Science, Electoral Rules, and Democratic Governance. Report of the APSA Task Force on Electoral Rules and Democratic Governance. Washington, D.C.: APSA, 2013, pp. 1-13.

 

Mala Htun, “The Politics of Policies to Promote Gender Justice.” The Democracy Papers. An Anxiety of Democracy Essay Collection. Social Science Research Council. 2014. Available at: http://thedemocracypapers.ssrc.org/the-politics-of-policies-to-promote-gender-justice/

 

Mala Htun, “Political Science Plays Crucial Role in Public Policy.” Albuquerque Journal, July 11, 2012.

 

Mala Htun and S. Laurel Weldon, “Explaining Sex Equality in Family Law: Historical Legacies, Feminist Activism, and Religious Power in 70 Countries.” World Development Report 2012. Background Paper. World Bank, Washington, D.C. 73 pp. Available at: http://siteresources.worldbank.org/INTWDR2012/Resources/7778105-1299699968583/7786210-1322671773271/Htun-Weldon-family-law-paper-april-11.pdf

 

Mala Htun, “Intersectional Disadvantage and Political Inclusion: Getting More Afrodescendant Women into Elected Office in Latin America.” Inter-American Development Bank, Gender and Diversity Division, Program for Women’s Leadership and Representation. Washington, D.C. October 2011. 64 pp. Available at: http://idbdocs.iadb.org/wsdocs/getdocument.aspx?docnum=36945627. Also published in Spanish as: “Desventaja interseccional e inclusión política.” Available at: http://www.iadb.org/document.cfm?id=36954231.

 

Mala Htun and Jennifer Piscopo, “Presence Without Empowerment? Women and Politics in Latin America and the Caribbean.” Social Science Research Council. December 2010. 24 pp. Available at: http://webarchive.ssrc.org/pdfs/Mala_Htun_and_Jennifer_M._Piscopo-Presence_without_Empowerment_CPPF_Briefing_Paper_Dec_2010_f.pdf

 

Mala Htun, “Playing Brazil’s Race Card.” Foreign Policy. November/December 2005. Available at: http://www.foreignpolicy.com/articles/2005/11/09/playing_brazils_race_card

 

Mala Htun, Review of Race in Another America: The Significance of Skin Color in Brazil, by Edward E. Telles, Political Science Quarterly (Summer 2005).

 

Mala Htun, Review of Rising Tide: Cultural Change and Gender Equality, by Ronald Inglehart and Pippa Norris, Comparative Political Studies 37, no. 6 (August 2004).

 

Mala Htun, “Dimensions of Political Inclusion and Exclusion in Brazil: Gender and Race.” Sustainable Development Department Technical Papers Series, Inter-American Development Bank, 2003.

 

Mala Htun, “Using Gender Quotas to Increase Women’s Representation in Politics: Experiences and Challenges.” Paper Prepared for the United Nations Millennium Project Task Force on Education and Gender Equality. Washington: Center for Global Development, 2003.

 

Mala Htun, Review of Unfinished Transitions: Women and the Gendered Development of Democracy in Venezuela, 1936-1996, by Elisabeth Friedman, Women and Politics 25, nos. 1-2 (2003).

 

Mala Htun, Review of Radical Women in Latin America: Left and Right, eds. Victoria Gonzáles and Karen Kampwirth, Political Science Quarterly 117, 4 (Winter 2002-3).

 

Mala Htun, Review of Women, Religion, and Social Change in Brazil’s Popular Church, by Carol Ann Drogus, American Political Science Review 96, no. 1 (March 2002).

 

Mala Htun, Women and Power in the Americas. A Report Card. Washington, D.C.: Inter-American Dialogue, 2001.

 

Mala Htun, “Women’s Leadership in Latin America: Trends and Challenges” and “Closing the Gap between Abstract Rights and Effective Rights: The Need for Executive Action,” in Politics Matters: A Dialogue of Women Political Leaders. Washington, D.C.: Inter-American Dialogue, 2001.

 

Mala Htun, “Advancing Women’s Rights in the Americas: Achievements and Challenges.” Working Paper. Leadership Council for Inter-American Summitry, North-South Center, University of Miami, 2001.

 

Mala Htun, “Women’s Political Participation, Representation and Leadership in Latin America.” Women’s Leadership Conference of the Americas Issue Brief. Inter-American Dialogue/International Center for Research on Women, 1998.

 

Mala Htun, “Women’s Rights and Opportunities in Latin America: Problems and Prospects.” Women’s Leadership Conference of the Americas Issue Brief. Inter-American Dialogue/International Center for Research on Women, 1998.

 

Mala Htun, “Moving into Power: Strategies to Expand Women’s Opportunities for Leadership in Latin America and the Caribbean.” Washington, D.C.: Inter-American Development Bank, Women in Development Program Unit, Social Programs and Sustainable Development Department, 1997.

 

Refereed Presentations at Professional Meetings (does not include appearance as discussant or chair)

Mala Htun and Francesca Refsum Jensenius, “Violation against Women as a Violation of Human Rights? Legal Power and the Resilience of Social Norms in Mexico,” American Political Science Association Annual Meeting, Philadelphia, PA, August 31-September 3, 2016.

 

Clara Araújo, Anna Calasanti, and Mala Htun, “Women, Power, and Policy in Brazil,” American Political Science Association Annual Meeting, Philadelphia, PA, August 31-September 3, 2016.

 

Mala Htun and Francesca Refsum Jensenius, “Institutionalizing Gender Equality: Anti-Discrimination Laws and Social Norms in Mexico,” Paper for the Midwest Political Science Association Annual Meeting, Chicago, IL, April 7-10, 2016.

 

Mala Htun and Shannon Sanchez-Youngman, “Inequality, Social Policy, and Early Childhood Well Being in New Mexico,” Paper for the Midwest Political Science Association Annual Meeting, Chicago, IL, April 7-10, 2016.

 

Mala Htun, “Best Practices to Promote Gender Equality,” Roundtable at the American Political Science Association Annual Meeting, San Francisco, CA, September 3-6, 2015.

 

Mala Htun, “Gender Violence in Elections.” Theme Roundtable on the Politics of Voter Suppression and Electoral Integrity. American Political Science Association Annual Meeting, Chicago, IL, August 28-31, 2013.

 

Mala Htun and S. Laurel Weldon, “Governing Women’s Work.” Paper presented at the American Political Science Association Annual Meeting, Chicago, IL, August 28-31, 2013.

 

Mala Htun and S. Laurel Weldon, “Governing Women’s Work.” Paper presented at the Latin American Studies Association Annual Meeting, Washington, D.C., May 30-June 1, 2013.

 

Mala Htun and S. Laurel Weldon, “Governing Women’s Work.” Paper Presented at the Midwest Political Science Association Annual Meeting, Chicago, IL, April 11-14, 2013.

 

Mala Htun, “States and Gender.” Paper delivered at the Meeting of the Social Science Historical Association, Vancouver, BC, November 1-4, 2012.

 

Mala Htun and S. Laurel Weldon, “Religion, the State, and Women’s Rights: Comparative Analysis of Sex Equality in Family Law.” Paper presented at the Meeting of the Social Science Historical Association, Vancouver, BC, November 1-4, 2012.

 

Mala Htun and S. Laurel Weldon, “Religion, the State, and Women’s Rights: Comparative Analysis of Sex Equality in Family Law.” Paper presented at the Meeting of the Law and Society Association, Honolulu, HI, June 5-8, 2012.

 

Mala Htun, Marina Lacalle, and Juan Pablo Micozzi, “Gender Quotas and Women’s Substantive Representation: The Effects of Women’s Presence in the Argentine Congress.” Paper presented at the American Political Science Association Annual Meeting, Seattle, WA, September 1-4, 2011.

 

Mala Htun and S. Laurel Weldon, “Communism, Colonialism, and Clerical Power: State Building and Sex Equality in Family Law.” Paper presented at the American Political Science Association Annual Meeting, Seattle, WA, September 1-4, 2011.

Mala Htun and Juan Pablo Ossa, “Political Representation in Hard Times: Indigenous Reservations and Gender Parity in Bolivia.” Paper presented at the American Political Science Association Annual Meeting, Washington, D.C., September 1-5, 2010.

 

Mala Htun and S. Laurel Weldon, “Violence Against Women: A Comparative Analysis of Progress on Women’s Human Rights.” Paper presented at the American Political Science Association Annual Meeting, Washington, D.C., September 1-5, 2010.

 

Mala Htun, Participant, Roundtable on “Gender, Representation, and Accountability,” Western Political Science Association Annual Conference, San Francisco, April 2, 2010.

 

Mala Htun, “Group Representation: Gender, Race, and Ethnicity.” Paper presented at the Midwest Political Science Association Annual Meeting, Chicago, April 2, 2009.

 

Mala Htun, S. Laurel Weldon, and Cheryl O’Brien, “Women’s Rights in Nigeria,” Paper presented at the Midwest Political Science Association Annual Meeting, Chicago, April 2, 2009.

 

Mala Htun and S. Laurel Weldon, “When and Why do Governments Promote Sex Equality? Violence Against Women, Reproductive Rights, and Work-Family Issues in Cross-National Perspective.” Paper presented at the American Political Science Association Annual Meeting, Boston, August 27-30, 2008.

 

Mala Htun and S. Laurel Weldon, “When Do Governments Promote Women’s Rights? Toward a Comparative Politics of States and Sex Equality.” Paper presented at the American Political Science Association Annual Meeting, Chicago, IL, August 30-September 2, 2007.

 

Mala Htun and S. Laurel Weldon, “When Do Governments Promote Women’s Rights? Toward a Comparative Politics of States and Sex Equality.” Paper presented at the Midwest Political Science Association Annual Meeting, Chicago, IL, April 2007.

 

Mala Htun, “Why Women, But Not Blacks or Indians, Got Quotas in Politics in Latin America.” Paper presented at the Midwest Political Science Association Annual Meeting, Chicago, April 7-9, 2005.

 

Mala Htun and Mark P. Jones, “From Difference to Disadvantage: Men and Women in Latin American Legislatures.” Paper presented at the Midwest Political Science Association Annual Meeting, Chicago, April 7-9, 2005.

 

Mala Htun, “The Roman Catholic Church and the Politics of Abortion and the Family in Latin America.” Paper presented at the Latin American Studies Association Meeting, Las Vegas, NV, October 7-9, 2004.

 

Mala Htun, panelist, short course on “Pushing the Frontiers of Women and Politics Research,” American Political Science Association Annual Meeting, Philadelphia, PA, August 28-31, 2003.

 

Mala Htun, “Sex and the State in Latin America.” Paper Presented at the Meeting of the Latin American Studies Association, Dallas, TX, March 27-29, 2003.

 

Mala Htun, “Toward Equal Representation in Latin America? Race and Gender Quotas in Brazil.” Paper presented at the American Political Science Association Annual Meeting, Boston, MA, August 29-September 1, 2002.

 

Mala Htun, “Abortion Politics and Policy in Argentina, Brazil, and Chile.” Paper presented at the American Political Science Association Annual Meeting, Boston, MA, August 29-September 1, 2002.

 

Mala Htun, “Why Hasn’t Abortion been Liberalized in Latin America?” Paper presented at the Meeting of the Latin American Studies Association, Washington, D.C., September 6-9, 2001.

 

Mala Htun, “Electoral Systems, Parties, and the Election of Women in Latin America.” Paper presented at the American Political Science Association Annual Meeting, San Francisco, CA, August 30-September 2, 2001.

 

Mala Htun and Smita Singh, “Identity, Meaning, and the Institutions of Ethnic Politics.” Paper presented at the American Political Science Association Annual Meeting, San Francisco, CA, August 30-September 2, 2001.

 

Mala Htun, “Ruling the Family: Church, State, and Divorce.” Paper presented at the American Political Science Association Annual Meeting, Washington, D.C., August 31-September 3, 2000.

 

Mala Htun, roundtable participant on “The Future of Gender and Politics Research,” Midwest Political Science Association Annual Meeting, Chicago, IL, April 27-30, 2000.

 

Mala Htun, “Completing the Agenda: Democratic Transitions and Family Equality in Argentina, Brazil, and Chile.” Paper presented at the Meeting of the Latin American Studies Association, Miami, FL, March 16-18, 2000.

 

Mala Htun, “A Disaggregated Approach to Gender.” Paper presented at the Meeting of the Latin American Studies Association , Miami, FL, March 16-18, 2000.

 

Mala Htun and Mark P. Jones, “Engendering the Right to Participate in Decisionmaking: Electoral Quotas and Women’s Leadership in Latin America.” Paper presented at the American Political Science Association Annual Meeting, Atlanta, GA, September 2-5, 1999.

 

Mala Htun, “Democratic Transitions, Family Law and Women’s Rights in Argentina and Chile.” Paper presented at the Meeting of the Latin American Studies Association, Chicago, IL, September 23-26, 1998.

 

Mala Htun, “Construindo a Cidadania da Mulher: Análise Comparada da Situação Jurídica da Mulher no Brasil, na Argentina e no Chile.” Paper presented at the Meeting of the Latin American Sociological Association, São Paulo, Brazil, September, 1997.

 

Mala Htun, “Women and Leadership in Latin America.” Paper presented at the Meeting of the Northeast Political Science Association, Boston, MA, November, 1996.

 

Contributed Presentations at Professional Meetings, Workshops, and Seminars, including Invited Lectures (Mala Htun is sole presenter unless otherwise noted)

 

“Women’s Rights in Theory and Practice: Violence Against Women in Mexico,” David Rockefeller Center for Latin American Studies Tuesday Seminar, March 28, 2017.

 

“Three Worlds of Women’s Rights,” Comparative Politics Colloquium, University of Pennsylvania, February 23, 2017.

 

“Three Worlds of Women’s Rights,” Comparative Politics Colloquium, University of Wisconsin-Madison, January 26, 2017.

 

“States and the Logics of Gender Justice,” Exploratory Meeting on Gender Equality, American Academy of Arts and Sciences, Cambridge, MA, December 10, 2016.

 

“Inclusion Without Representation,” Event on “Women in Elected Politics: Variations, Barriers, and Effects,” Norwegian Institute for International Affairs, Oslo, June 14, 2016.

 

Mala Htun and Francesca Refsum Jensenius, “Violation against Women as a Violation of Human Rights? Legal Power and the Resilience of Social Norms in Mexico,” Paper presented at the Conference on Weak Institutions in Latin America, Weatherhead Center for International Affairs, Harvard University, May 9-10, 2016.

 

“PB and J in the Context of U.S. Social Policy,” Annual Peanut Butter and Jelly Brown Bag Luncheon, National Hispanic Cultural Center, Albuquerque, NM, April 7, 2016.

 

“Reproduction, Women’s Health, and the State,” Feminist Research Institute 20th Anniversary Celebration, University of New Mexico, April 6, 2016.

 

“States and the Logics of Gender Justice: Family Law, Violence, and Care Work in Latin America and Beyond,” Comparative Politics Seminar, Columbia University, March 2, 2016.

 

“States and the Logics of Gender Justice: Family Law, Violence, and Care Work,” Political Science Department Seminar, Johns Hopkins University, January 28, 2016.

 

“Courtney Jung and Lactivism,” New School for Social Research, New York, December 4, 2015.

 

“Emergence of an Organized Politics of Race in Latin America,” Second Meeting of the APSA Task Force on Racial and Class Inequalities in the Americas, University of California-Berkeley, June 2, 2015.

 

“Race and Class in North and South America,” Meeting of the APSA Task Force on Racial and Class Inequalities in the Americas, University of California-Berkeley, December 12, 2014.

 

“States and Sex Equality: Family Law and Violence Against Women,” Public Lecture at Bergen Resource Center for International Development, Bergen, Norway, November 13, 2014.

 

“Religious Power, the State, Women’s Rights, and Family Law,” Paper presented at the Workshop on Legislating Marriages: Family Law and Democratization in Africa and Asia, Christian Michelsens Institute, Bergen, Norway, November 13-14, 2014.

 

“Comments on ‘Consequences of Representation: Electoral Quotas for India’s Ex-Untouchables’,” Book Conference for Francesca Jensenius, Institute for International Studies, University of California, Berkeley, October 22, 2014.

 

“Women’s Rights in Family Law,” Seminar on Women’s Participation in Family and Cultural Life, Working Group on Discrimination Against Women in Law and Practice, United Nations Office of the High Commissioner for Human Rights, Palais de Nations, Geneva, October 10, 2014. [via skype]

 

“Inclusion Without Representation: Gender Quotas and Ethnic Reservations in Latin America,” School of Government and Public Policy Speaker Series, University of Arizona, Tucson, September 19, 2014.

 

“Politics of Inclusion in Latin America,” CRICS Workshop, Georgetown University, Washington, D.C., October 21, 2013.

 

“Can Representative Democracies Promote Gender Justice and End Women’s Subordination?” Paper presented at the Workshop on Anxieties of Democracy, Social Science Research Council, New York, NY, May 23-24, 2013.

 

“Gender Parity, Equality, and the State,” Presentation at Conference on Contested Responses to Gendered Inequalities, Yale Law School and Yale Women’s Faculty Forum, New Haven, CT, April 23-24, 2013.

 

“States and Gender Equality: Comparative Analysis of the Politics of Change,” Presentation for Albuquerque Council on Foreign Relations, Albuquerque, NM, December 10, 2012.

 

“Politics of Inclusion: Women, Afrodescendants, and Indigenous Peoples in Latin America,” Human Rights Happy Hour, University of Texas at Austin Law School, Austin, TX, October 16, 2012.

 

“Women’s Empowerment and Gender Equality,” DFID-IDRC Expert Meeting on Women’s Political Empowerment, London, UK, Sept 11-12, 2012.

 

“Representación y inclusión política de las mujeres,” Keynote address at international conference on “Participación política de mujeres en Chile: democracia y acción positiva,” Santiago, Chile, April 26-28, 2012.

 

“Representación y inclusión política de las mujeres,” Fundación Chile 21, Santiago, Chile, April 27, 2012.

 

“Representación y inclusión política de las mujeres,” Universidad del Valle, Santiago, Chile, April 25, 2012.

 

“Representación y inclusión política de las mujeres,” Universidad del Desarollo, Santiago, Chile, April 24, 2012.

 

“Politics of Inclusion: Gender Quotas and Ethnic Reservations in Latin America,” Purdue University, West Lafayette, IN, March 29, 2012.

 

“Political Inclusion and Representation of Afrodescendant Women in Latin America,” Conference on Identity, Gender, and Representation, Texas A & M University, College Station, TX, February 24-25, 2012.

 

“Politics of Inclusion: Gender Quotas and Ethnic Reservations in Latin America,” University of Wisconsin, Madison, WI, November 11, 2011.

 

“Cuotas dobles: Como lograr que un mayor número de mujeres afrodescendientes lleguen al poder,” Cuarto Encuentro y Conferencia Regional de Mujeres Afrodescendientes, San José, Costa Rica, July 26-27, 2011.

 

“Rights, Gender Equality, and Democracy,” Keynote Technical Overview, Gender and Democracy Day, United Nations, New York, NY, May 4, 2011.

 

“Communism, Colonialism, and Clerical Power: Historical Legacies and Feminist Activism in the Struggle for Family Law,” Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia, Kuala Lumpur, April 27, 2011.

 

“Communism, Colonialism, and Clerical Power: Historical Legacies and Feminist Activism in the Struggle for Family Law,” University of Illinois College of Law, Champaign, IL, April 7, 2011.

 

“Presence without Empowerment? Gender Quotas, Reproductive Rights, and Violence Against Women in Latin America,” Latin American and Iberian Institute, University of New Mexico, Albuquerque, NM, February 9, 2011.

 

“Presence without Empowerment? Gender Quotas, Reproductive Rights, and Violence Against Women in Latin America,” Center for Latin American Studies, University of Chicago, Chicago, IL, January 27, 2011.

 

“State Power, Religion, and Women’s Rights: Struggles for Family Law in 70 Countries,” University of Chicago Comparative Politics Workshop, Chicago, IL, January 26, 2011.

 

“State Power, Religion, and Women’s Rights: Struggles for Family Law in 70 Countries,” Workshop on Promoting Gender Egalitarian Policy Change, UNRISD, Geneva, Switzerland, December 6-7, 2010.

 

“State Power, Religion, and Women’s Rights: Struggles for Family Law in 70 Countries,” Department of Political Science, University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, MN, November 11, 2010.

 

“Comparative Politics of Inclusion: Indigenous Reservations and Gender Quotas in Bolivia,” Department of Political Science, University of Toronto, Toronto, ON, October 8, 2010.

 

“Family Law, Violence Against Women, and Reproductive Rights in Comparative Perspective,” Department of Political Science, University of New Mexico, Albuquerque, NM, April 28, 2010.

 

“Family Law, Violence Against Women, and Reproductive Rights in Comparative Perspective,” Kennedy School of Government, Harvard University, Cambridge, MA, April 22, 2010.

 

“Sex Equality in Family Law: Religion, Custom, and the State in Comparative Perspective,” Conference on Human Rights, Legal Systems, and Customary Cultures Across the Global South, Indiana University Maurer School of Law, Bloomington, IN, April 9-10, 2010.

 

“Family Law, Violence Against Women, and Reproductive Rights in Comparative Perspective,” Cornell University Department of Government, Ithaca, NY, February 12, 2010.

 

“States and Sex Equality: Explaining Why Governments Promote Women’s Rights in Latin America and the World,” UNIFEM/UNDP, United Nations, New York, NY, May 26, 2009.

 

“States and Sex Equality: Explaining Why Governments Promote Women’s Rights in Latin America and the World,” David Rockefeller Center for Latin American Studies, Harvard University, Cambridge, MA, April 7, 2009.

 

“Gender, Quotas, and Governance in Latin America,” International Association of Feminist Economics Annual Meeting, Torino, Italy, June 19-21, 2008.

 

“Economic Inequality Between Women and Men in Japan: Causes and Consequences,” Council on Foreign Relations-Hitachi International Affairs Fellowship Annual Meeting, Washington, D.C., May 16, 2008.

 

“Women in Politics Worldwide: How Did They Get There? Do They Make a Difference?” Lecture to commemorate International Women’s Day, The New School, New York, NY, March 6, 2008.

 

Mala Htun and S. Laurel Weldon, “When Do Governments Promote Women’s Rights? Toward a Comparative Politics of States and Sex Equality,” Paper presented at the conference “Toward a Comparative Politics of Gender,” Case Western Reserve University, October 2007.

 

“Gender Equality and the State: Can Government Policy Promote Social Change in Japan?” Institute for Contemporary Japanese Studies, Temple University, Tokyo, Japan, June 20, 2007.

“Gender, Social Policy, and Equal Opportunities in the United States,” Tokyo American Center, Tokyo, Japan, October 24, 2006, March 27, 2007, June 13, 2007.

 

“Gender Equality and the State: Can Government Policy Promote Social Change in Japan?” Global Business Division, Hitachi Ltd., Tokyo, Japan, June 7, 2007.

 

“Gender, Social Policy, and Equal Opportunities in the United States,” Pudong Institute for the U.S. Economy, Shanghai, China, May 28, 2007.

 

“Gender, Social Policy, and Equal Opportunities in the United States,” University of Fukuoka, Fukuoka, Japan, May 10, 2007.

 

“Will Hillary Clinton be Elected President? Women and Politics in the United States,” Avanti Magazine, Fukuoka, Japan, May 10, 2007.

 

“Gender, Social Policy, and Equal Opportunities in the United States,” Dawn Center for Gender Equality, Osaka, Japan, March 22, 2007.

 

“Gender Equality and the State: Can Government Policy Promote Social Change in Japan?” Contemporary Japan Study Group, Institute of Social Science, University of Tokyo, Tokyo, Japan, October 25, 2006.

 

“Sex, Race, and Representation,” Paper presented at Faculty Workshop at the Dickey Center for International Understanding, Dartmouth College, Hanover, NH, February 15, 2006.

 

“Sex, Race, and Representation in Latin American Politics: Why Women Got Quotas and Blacks and Indians Did Not.” Department of History and Program in Women’s Studies, University of Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh, PA, October 17, 2005.

 

“Governance and Women’s Rights.” Special Assembly of the United Nations Office of the High Commissioner for Least Developed Countries, Landlocked Developing Countries, and Small Island Developing Countries (UN-OHRLLS), United Nations Secretariat, New York, NY, September 26, 2005.

 

“Why Women, But Not Blacks or Indians, Got Quotas in Politics in Latin America,” Princeton University Program on Latin American Studies, Princeton, NJ, September 20, 2005.

 

“Why Women, But Not Blacks or Indians, Got Quotas in Politics in Latin America,” Paper presented at the Janey Conference on Latin American Studies, New School for Social Research, New York, NY, April 15, 2005.

 

“Why Women, But Not Blacks or Indians, Got Quotas in Politics in Latin America,” Harvard-MIT Joint Faculty Seminar on Political Development, MIT Faculty Club, Cambridge, MA, April 13, 2005.

 

“Gender and Sexuality in Brazil.” David Rockefeller for Latin American Studies, Harvard University, Cambridge, MA, April 13, 2005.

 

“Values versus Citizenship: Church and State in the Struggle over Latin America’s Social Agenda.” Paper presented at the Conference on Contemporary Catholicism, Religious Pluralism, and Democracy in Latin America, University of Notre Dame, Notre Dame, IN, March 31-April 1, 2005.

 

“Women and Political Power,” City College, New York, NY, March 26, 2005.

 

“Democracia y participación en el siglo XXI,” Inter-American Development Bank, Washington, D.C., March 8, 2005.

 

“Why Women, But Not Blacks or Indians, Got Quotas in Politics in Latin America,” Politics Department, New School for Social Research, New York, NY, February 9, 2005.

 

“Why Women, But Not Blacks or Indians, Got Quotas in Politics in Latin America,” Comparative Politics Workshop, University of Chicago, Chicago, IL, January 19, 2005.

 

“Sex, Race, and Representation: Inclusion and Difference in Latin America and Beyond,” Kellogg Institute for International Studies, University of Notre Dame, Notre Dame, IN, September 7, 2004.

 

“Género, raza, y representación: mecanismos de participación política de ‘minorias’,” Universidad Central, July 1, 2004, Bogotá, Colombia.

 

“Género, raza, y representación: mecanismos de participación política de ‘minorias’,” Universidad de los Andes, Bogotá, Colombia, June 10, 2004.

 

“Sex Equality and the State in Latin America: The End of Women’s Rights,” Council on Foreign Relations, New York, NY, May 12, 2004.

 

“Is Gender Like Ethnicity? The Political Representation of Identity Groups,” United Nations Development Program, New York, NY, March 17, 2004.

 

“Are Women Leaders and Democratic Governance Needed for Progressive Policy? Puzzles from Brazil,” David Rockefeller Center for Latin American Studies, Harvard University, Cambridge, MA, February 26, 2004.

 

“Race, Gender, and Politics in Brazil,” Inter-American Development Bank, Washington, D.C., October 7, 2003.

 

“The Roman Catholic Church and the Politics of Abortion and the Family in Latin America.” Paper presented at Workshop on Contemporary Challenges to Catholicism in Latin America, University of Notre Dame, Notre Dame, IN, October 2-3, 2003.

 

“Gender Rights in Transition: Comparative Perspectives on Cuba.” Paper presented at the Workshop on Cuba’s Democratic Transition, University of Notre Dame, Notre Dame, IN, September 3-4, 2003.

 

“The Politics of Advancing Women’s Rights,” Ninth Annual Harvard International Development Conference, Kennedy School of Government, Cambridge, MA, April 4-5, 2003.

 

“Equal Representation for All? The Politics of Race and Gender Quotas in Brazil, Spanish America, and Beyond,” David Rockefeller Center for Latin American Studies, Harvard University, Cambridge, MA, February 4, 2003.

 

“Equal Representation for All? The Politics of Race and Gender Quotas in Brazil, Spanish America, and Beyond,” Radcliffe Institute, Harvard University, Cambridge, MA, January 22, 2003.

 

“Ações afirmativas de gênero e raça na América Latina: Refletindo sobre as experiências.” State University of Rio de Janeiro (Universidade Estadual do Rio de Janeiro-UERJ), Graduate Program in Social Science, Rio de Janerio, Brazil, July 1, 2002.

 

“Regulating Intimacy under Dictatorship and Democracy: Policy Struggles over Abortion, Divorce, and Equality in Argentina, Brazil, and Chile,” Institute for Latin American Studies, Columbia University, New York, NY, May 1, 2002.

 

“Regulating Intimacy under Dictatorship and Democracy: Policy Struggles over Abortion, Divorce, and Equality in Argentina, Brazil, and Chile.” Center for Latin American Studies, New York University, New York, NY, April 30, 2002.

 

“Puzzles of Women’s Rights: Brazil in Comparative Perspective.” Paper presented at the Symposium on Social Reform in Brazil, Bildner Center for Western Hemisphere Studies, City University of New York Graduate Center, New York, NY, April 8-9, 2002.

 

“Women’s Influence in International Affairs,” Inter-American Development Bank Annual Board of Governors Meeting, Fortaleza, Brazil, March 10-13, 2002.

 

“Los derechos de la mujer: Logros y retos en México e América Latina.” Conference on “Gender and Development in Mexico,” Instituto Technológico Autónomo de México (ITAM), Mexico City, Mexico, May 11, 2001.

 

“Abortion: Social Crisis and Political Stalemate in Latin America.” Northeastern University Feminist Issues Colloquium, Boston, MA, April 19, 2001.

 

“Advancing Women’s Rights in the Americas,” The Leadership Council for Inter-American Summitry, Washington, D.C., December 5, 2000.

 

“Two Puzzles of Women’s Rights in Brazil,” Panel on “Brazil 500 Anos: How Far Has It Come and Where is it Going?” University of Connecticut, Storrs, CT, November 3, 2000.

 

“El liderazgo de las mujeres en América Latina: Tendencias y retos,” Seminar on “Liderazgo de la Mujer: Teoría y Práctica.” Interamerican Development Bank. Cancún, México, August 28-30, 2000.

 

“Ley de Cupos: 50/50?” Lecture at the National Senate, Buenos Aires, Argentina. Organized by the Fundación Mujeres en Igualdad and the Sergio Karakachoff Foundation, August 14, 2000.

 

“A política de cotas na América Latina.” Seminar on “Mulheres na política/Mulheres no Poder.” Chamber of Deputies, Brasília, Brazil, May 16-17, 2000.

 

“Una relación inesperada: Autoritarismo y derechos femeninos.” Conference on Latinoamérica Contemporánea, Weatherhead Center for International Affairs, Harvard University, Cambridge, MA, December 9, 1999.

 

“Engendering the Right to Participate in Decisionmaking: Electoral Quotas and Women’s Leadership in Latin America in the 1990s.” Latin American Tuesday Seminar on Contemporary Issues. David Rockefeller Center for Latin American Studies, Harvard University, Cambridge, MA, October 26, 1999.

 

“Looking Back, Looking Ahead: Women’s Progress in Latin America and Challenges for the Future.” Women’s Leadership Board Meeting. John F. Kennedy School of Government, Harvard University, Cambridge, MA, October 20, 1999.

 

Jorge Domínguez and Mala Htun, “Democracy in Latin America.” Lecture to the Radcliffe Program for Emerging Women Leaders, Radcliffe College, Cambridge, MA, July 29, 1999.

 

“Culture, Institutions, and Gender Equality in Latin America.” Symposium on Cultural Values and Human Progress, Harvard Academy for International and Area Studies, Cambridge, MA, April 23-26, 1999.

 

“Promoting Gender Equality and Women’s Leadership in Latin America: The Role of International Institutions and Bilateral Donors.” Women’s Leadership Conference of the Americas Working Group Meeting, Caracas, Venezuela, February 25-26, 1999.

 

“Parties, Quotas, and Women’s Leadership in Latin America.” Special forum on Women and Leadership, Inter-American Development Bank, Washington, D.C., December 11, 1998.

 

“Democracy, Dictatorship, and Gender Rights in Argentina, Brazil, and Chile.” Latin American Tuesday Seminar on Contemporary Issues, David Rockefeller Center for Latin American Studies, Harvard University. Cambridge, MA, November 2, 1998.

 

“Género, derecho y política en el Cono Sur.” Centro de Estudios sobre Estado y Sociedad (CEDES) Speaker Series. Buenos Aires, Argentina, August 7, 1998.

 

“Political Strategy and Women’s Activism in Latin America,” International Center for Research on Women Speaker Series, Washington, D.C., May 20, 1998.

 

“Women’s Participation in Latin American Democracies.” Inter-American Dialogue Agenda-Setting Conference, Washington, D.C., March 19-20, 1998.

 

“Derechos y oportunidades de las mujeres en América Latina: problemas y perspectivas.” Conference on “Women’s Status in Central America: An Evaluation at the Threshhold of the 21st Century” (“La situación de la mujer en Centro América: una evaluación al umbral del siglo XXI”), Managua, Nicaragua, March 12-13, 1998.

 

Joan Caivano and Mala Htun, “International Commitments to Women: A Methodology to Hold Governments Accountable.” Participa Conference on the Santiago Summit of the Americas, November, 1997, Santiago, Chile.

 

“Strategies to Implement the Beijing Platform for Action in Latin America and the Caribbean.” Steering Committee Meeting of the Women’s Leadership Conference of the Americas, Inter-American Dialogue, Washington, D.C., November, 1996.

 

“Moving into Power: Expanding Women’s Opportunities for Leadership in Latin America and the Caribbean.” Conference for the Fund for Women’s Leadership and Representation, Inter-American Development Bank, Managua, Nicaragua, September, 1996.

 

“A Diagnostic of the State of Women’s Leadership in Latin America and the Caribbean.” Association for Women in Development Forum, Washington, D.C., September, 1996.

 

“Politicians as Performers: The Case of President José Lopez Portillo of Mexico.” First Annual Conference on Performance and Politics, Harvard University, Cambridge, MA, May, 1996.

 

Research

 

Research Funding (does not include consulting contracts with international organizations)

 

Effects of Mandatory Universal Sexual Assault Training at UNM

Office of the Vice President for Research Seed Grant, UNM

PI: Mala Htun

7/1/2017 – 6/30/2018: $8,800

 

ADVANCE at UNM: Institute for Diversity and Equity Across STEM.

National Science Foundation

PI: Julia Fulghum; Co-PIs: Mala Htun, Felipe Gonzales, Mary Jo Daniel, Stephanie Forrest.

9/2016-9/2021: $3,358,125

 

Legal Regimes and Women’s Economic Agency

Norwegian Research Council

PI: Francesca Refsum Jensenius

9/2016-6/2019: 7,000,000 NOK

Subcontractor: Mala Htun. 600,000 NOK (approx. $70,110)

 

New Mexico Center for the Advancement of Research, Engagement and Science on Health Disparities Pilot Research Projects

National Institutes of Health

PI: Robert L. Williams

10/1/2014 – 9/30/2015: $301,012

Includes pilot project:

Improving Maternal Child Health in New Mexico: The Impact of Home Visitation Policies on Social Support.

Project Lead: Mala Htun. $102,148

 

Intersectional Disadvantage and Maternal-Child Health in New Mexico

Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Center for Health Policy, University of New Mexico

PIs: Mala Htun and Richard Wood

07/01/13 – 05/30/2014: $20,000

 

Collaborative Research. States and Sex Equality: Why do Governments Promote Women’s Rights?

National Science Foundation

PI: Mala Htun

2006 – 2011: $244,396

 

Service

 

Editorial Board, Perspectives on Politics (2011-present)

 

Editorial Board, Comparative Political Studies (2013-present)

 

Editorial Board, Social Politics (2015-present)

 

Editorial Board, Political Research Quarterly (2016-present)

 

Co-Chair, APSA Presidential Task Force on Women’s Advancement in Political Science, President-Elect Kathleen Thelen (other co-chair: Frances Rosenbluth) (2016-2018)

 

Program Co-Chair, Politics and Policy, Latin American Studies Association (2016-2017)

 

Program Co-Chair, Economic Development, Midwest Political Science Association Annual Meeting (2015-2016)

 

Chair, Luebbert Article Award Committee for the best article in Comparative Politics, Comparative Politics Section, American Political Science Association (2015)

 

Organizing Committee, Conference to Celebrate the Contributions of Jorge Domínguez, Harvard University, May 8, 2015.

 

Member, Presidential Task Force on Racial and Class Inequalities in the Americas, American Political Science Association, President Rodney Hero (co-chairs Juliet Hooker and Alvin Tillery) (2014-2015)

 

Advisory Board, Presidential Task Force on Public Engagement of Political Science, American Political Science Association, President John Aldrich (chair Arthur Lupia) (2013- 2014)

 

Chair, Presidential Task Force on Electoral Rules and Democratic Governance, American Political Science Association, President G. Bingham Powell (2011-2013)

 

Co-President, Women and Politics Research Section, American Political Science Association (2012-2014 term)

 

Annual Meeting Divisional Program co-chair, Women and Politics Research Section, American Political Science Association (2012)

 

Advisory Board, The Electoral Integrity Project (2012-present)

 

Elected to Executive Council of American Political Science Association (2010-2012 term)

 

Award Committee, Charles Tilly Prize for Best Graduate Student Paper, Social Science Historical Association (2012)

 

Award Committee, Best Dissertation Prize, Women and Politics Research Section, APSA (2011, 2004)

 

Division Program Co-Chair, Gender Studies Section, Latin American Studies Association (2009-2010)

 

Award Committee, Victoria Shuck Prize for the Best Book on Women and Politics, American Political Science Association (2009)

 

Member, Editorial Board, Politics & Gender (2004-2006)

 

Member, Executive Council, Women and Politics Research Section, American Political Science Association (2002-3; 2004-2006)

 

Executive Secretary of the Harvard-MIT Joint Faculty Seminar on Political Development (JOSPOD) (1996-1997)

 

Manuscript reviewer for Cambridge University Press, Oxford University Press, Perspectives on Politics, American Political Science Review, American Journal of Political Science, Comparative Politics, Latin American Research Review, Journal of Latin American Studies, Politics & Gender, Comparative Political Studies, Latin American Politics and Society, International Feminist Journal of Politics, Social Politics, World Politics, Legislative Studies Quarterly, Feminist Economics, Political Research Quarterly, Latin American and Caribbean Ethnic Studies, Revista Uruguaya de Ciencia Política, Political Behavior, Journal of Politics, Journal of Public Policy, American Behavioral Scientist, Political Studies (2000-present)

 

Grant application reviewer for National Science Foundation, Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada; fellowship screener for Social Science Research Council.

 

 

 

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