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CURRICULUM VITAE

Jane J. Mansbridge January 2014

Phone: 617-497-5111

Address: Kennedy School, 79 JFK St., Cambridge, MA 02138

Email: jane_mansbridge@harvard.edu

EXPERIENCE:

l998- Adams Professor of Political Leadership and Democratic Values,

John F. Kennedy School of Government, Harvard University

l996-98 Professor of Public Policy, John F. Kennedy School of Government, Harvard University 1991-96 Jane W. Long Professor of the Arts and Sciences in the Department of Political Science, Northwestern University; Faculty Fellow, Center for Urban Affairs and Policy Research, Northwestern University 1990-91 Associate Director, Center for Urban Affairs and Policy Research, Northwestern University 1986-91 Professor, Department of Political Science, Northwestern University;

Faculty Fellow, Center for Urban Affairs and Policy Research, Northwestern University 1980-1986 Associate Professor, Department of Political Science, Northwestern University; Research Faculty, Center for Urban Affairs and Policy Research, Northwestern University 1977-1978 Visiting Assistant Professor, Department of Political Science, The University of California at Santa Barbara 1973-1980 Assistant Professor, Department of Political Science, The University of Chicago

DEGREES:

Ph.D., Harvard University, Government, 1971 M.A., Harvard University, History, 1966 B.A., Wellesley College, 1961

SCHOLARSHIPS, FELLOWSHIPS, HONORS:

President, American Political Science Association, 2012-13 APSA James Madison Award, 2011 Midwest Women’s Caucus for Political Science Outstanding Professional Achievement Award, 2010 Women’s eNews selection as one of 21 Leaders for the 21st Century, 2007 Jane Mansbridge Research Paper Award (annual) created, Women and Public Policy Program, Kennedy School, Harvard University, 2005 Radcliffe Institute for Advanced Study, Fellow 2004-5 Radcliffe Graduate Society Medal, 2004 Center for Advanced Study in the Behavioral Sciences, Fellow l997-8, 2001-2 Jane Mansbridge Scholar-Activist Award (annual) created, Northwestern University, 1998 American Academy of Arts and Sciences, elected Member l994 Russell Sage Scholar 1991-92 Co-recipient, APSA Schuck Award, 1988 Co-recipient, APSA Kammerer Award, 1987 ERAIllinois Pathfinder Award 1987 Institute for Advanced Study, Member 1985-6 Rockefeller Humanities Fellow 1982-3 Institute for Policy Studies Associate Fellow 1972-73 National Science Foundation Postdoctoral Fellow 1971-72 Edna V. Moffat Fellow 1962-63 Woodrow Wilson Fellow 1961-62 Phi Beta Kappa 1961; Durant Scholar 1961; Wellesley Scholar 1960

SERVICE:

American Political Science Association (APSA) President 2012, President-Elect 2011, Vice President 1992, Program Chair 1990, Council and Executive Committee 1987.

APSA Caucus for Women in Political Science, President l996, Vice President 1995.

APSA Lippincott Award Committee 1982; Schuck Award Committee Chair l997.

APSA Foundations of Political Theory Organized Section Council l996-99.

APSA Centennial Committee, l997-98.

Harvard Faculty Development and Diversity Committee, Kennedy School Liaison, 2005-2007.

Harvard University Task Force on Women, Harvard University, 2004-5.

Faculty Chair, Women and Public Policy Program, Harvard Kennedy School, l997-2003; Chair of Executive Committee 2003 – present.

Faculty Co-chair, Diversity Committee, Harvard Kennedy School, 2002- present.

National Commission on Civic Renewal, Senior Advisory Council, 1996-2004.

Society for the Advancement of Socio-Economics, President 1992-93.

International Political Psychology Association, Governing Council 1993-94.

Editorial boards of Journal of Political Philosophy, Political Theory, Journal of Social Philosophy, Journal of Politics, Gender and Politics, and Social Justice Research;

International Advisory Boards of Participations; past member of the editorial advisory boards of Ethics, Signs, "Democracy" series of the Center for the Study of Democratic Institutions, MIT Press series on American Politics and Public Policy, and Economic and Industrial Democracy: An International Journal; past corresponding editor, Theory and Society.

Founding Co-Chair, Organization of Women Faculty, Northwestern University.

WRITING:

Books

Negotiating Agreement in Politics, edited volume, with Cathie Jo Martin (Washington DC:

American Political Science Association, 2013).

Deliberative Systems, edited volume, with John Parkinson (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2012).

Oppositional Consciousness: The Subjective Roots of Social Protest, edited volume with Aldon Morris. (Chicago: Chicago University Press, 2001).

Feminism, edited volume, with Susan Moller Okin. 2 vols. (Cheltenham, Glos.: Edward Elgar, l994).

Beyond Self-Interest, edited volume (Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1990).

Why We Lost the ERA (Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1986).

Co-recipient, American Political Science Association Gladys M. Kammerer Award for the best publication in U.S. national policy, 1987.

Co-recipient, American Political Science Association Victoria Schuck Award for the best book on women and politics, 1988.





Beyond Adversary Democracy (N.Y.: Basic Books, 1980; paperback with new preface, University of Chicago Press, 1983).

Articles/Book Chapters “Negotiation Myopia,” with Chase Foster and Cathie Jo Martin. In Negotiating Agreement in Politics, ed. Jane Mansbridge and Cathie Jo Martin (Washington DC: American Political Science Association, 2013).

“Deliberative Negotiation,” with Mark Warren and André Bächtiger, Maxwell A.

Cameron, Simone Chambers, John Ferejohn, Alan Jacobs, Jack Knight, Daniel Naurin, Melissa Schwartzberg, Yael Tamir, Dennis Thompson, and Melissa Williams. In Negotiating Agreement in Politics, ed. Jane Mansbridge and Cathie Jo Martin (Washington DC: American Political Science Association, 2013).

“The Common Good,” International Encyclopedia of Ethics, 2013.

“The Equal Rights Amendment,” Blackwell Encyclopedia of Social and Political Movements, 2013.

“Everyday Activism,” Blackwell Encyclopedia of Social and Political Movements, 2013 “Conflict and Commonality in Habermas's Structural Transformation of the Public Sphere,” Political Theory 40 (6): 792-804 (2012).

“A Systemic Approach to Democratic Deliberation,” with James Bohman, Simone Chambers, Thomas Christiano, Archon Fung, John Parkinson, Dennis Thompson, and Mark Warren, in Deliberative Systems, John Parkinson and Jane Mansbridge, eds., Cambridge University Press, 2012.

“On the Importance of Getting Things Done.” (The 2011 APSA James Madison Lecture) P.S.: Political Science and Politics (2012) 45 (1): 1-8.

Translated into Spanish for Las Torres de Lucca, Revista de Filosofía Política (2012) 1 (1): 33-58.

“Clarifying Political Representation,” American Political Science Review (2011) 105 (3):

621 - 630.

“Beyond the Tragedy of the Commons,” contribution to symposium on Elinor Ostrom’s Governing the Commons, in Perspectives on Politics (2010) 8: 590-593.

“Deliberative Polling as the Gold Standard,” The Good Society (2010) 12 (1): 55-62.

“The Place of Self-Interest and the Role of Power in Deliberative Democracy,” with James Bohman, Simone Chambers, David Estlund, Andreas Follesdal, Archon Fung, Cristina Lafont, Bernard Manin, and José Luis Martí, The Journal of Political Philosophy (2010) 18 (1): 64-100.

“Why Equality of Outcome was not Peter Bachrach’s Theme,” PS: Political Science & Politics (2010) 43 (1) 89-91.

“A ‘Selection Model’ of Political Representation,” The Journal of Political Philosophy (2009) 17 (4): 369-398.

Nominated by the journal for the American Philosophical Association’s Gregory Kavka Prize for the best article in the last two years in political philosophy and political theory.

“On the Free Rider Problem.” In Gary King, Kay Lehman Schlozman, and Norman Nie, eds., The Future of Political Science: 100 Perspectives (2009), pp. 217-19.

“Deliberative and Non-deliberative Negotiation.” HKS Working Paper, 2009.

“Iris Marion Young: Legacies for Feminist Theory.” Politics and Gender (2008) 4 (2):

309–311.

“Toward a Theory of Backlash: Dynamic Resistance and the Central Role of Power,” with Shauna L. Shames. Politics and Gender (2008) 4 (4): 1–11.

“Carole Pateman: Radical Liberal?” in Daniel O’Neill, Mary Lyndon Shanley and Iris Marion Young, eds., Illusion of Consent: Engaging with Carol Pateman. (University Park, PA: Penn State University Press, 2008), 17-30.

“Deliberative Democracy or Democratic Deliberation?” in Shawn W. Rosenberg, ed., Deliberation, Participation, and Democracy: Can the People Govern? (NY: Palgrave Macmillan 2008), 251-271.

“Feminism,” with Susan Moller Okin, in Robert Goodin, Philip Pettit and Thomas Pogge, eds., A Companion to Contemporary Political Theory, 2nd ed., Oxford: Blackwell, 2007, vol. 1, 332-359.

"Self-Interest in Deliberation," Kettering Review, 25 (1): 62-72 (2007).

“The Cultural Politics of Everyday Discourse: The Case of `Male Chauvinist’” (with Katherine Flaster) Critical Sociology, 33: 627-660 (2007).

“Norms of Deliberation: An Inductive Study” (with Matthew Amengual, Janette HartzKarp, and John Gastil), Journal of Public Deliberation 2 (1): 1-47 (2006).

Reprinted in Lawrence E. Susskind and Larry Crump, eds., Multiparty Negotiation, Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications, 2008.

“Deliberation and Self-Interest,” in Samantha Besson and José Luis Marti, eds., Deliberative Democracy and its Discontents (London: Ashgate, 2006).

Translated as "Conflicto y autointerés en la deliberación," Revista Argentina de Teoría Jurídica, vol 10, n. 1 (2007).

“Quota Problems: Combating the Dangers of Essentialism,” Politics and Gender 1 (4):

621-638 (2006).

“The Fallacy of Tightening the Reins,” Österreichische Zeitschrift für Politikwissenschaft 34 (3): 233-47 (2005).

“‘Male Chauvinist,’ `Feminist,’ `Sexist,’ and `Sexual Harassment’: Different Trajectories in Feminist Linguistic Innovation” (with Katherine Flaster) American Speech 80 (3): 256Cracking Through Hegemonic Ideology: The Logic of Formal Justice,” Social Justice Research 18 (3): 335-47 (2005).

“Disagreement and Consensus,” with Christopher F. Karpowitz, Journal of Public Deliberation vol. 1 (1): 348-64 (2005).

Reprinted as “Disagreement and Consensus: The Importance of Dynamic Updating in Public Deliberation” in John Gastil and Peter Levine, eds. The Deliberative Democracy Handbook, 237-253, (San Francisco: Jossey-Bass/Wiley, 2005).

“Whatever Happened to the ERA?” in Sibyl Schwarzenbach, ed. Women and the US Constitution: History, Interpretation and Practice, 365-378, (Columbia University Press 2004).

“Representation Revisited: Introduction to the Case against Electoral Accountability,” Democracy and Society vol. 2 (1): 1-13 Fall 2004.

“Pluralism and the Common Good,” in Margaret O’Brien Steinfels, ed. American Catholics and Civic Engagement, vol. 1: 19-25 (Rowman and Littlefield, 2004).

"Rethinking Representation,” American Political Science Review vol. 97 (4): 515-527 December 2003.

"Anti-statism and Difference Feminism in International Social Movements." International Feminist Journal of Politics vol. 5 (3): 355-360 November 2003.

"Writing as a Democrat and a Feminist," in Barry Glassner and Rosanna Hertz, eds., Our Studies, Ourselves, 127-138, (Oxford University Press, 2003).

“Practice – Thought – Practice,” in Archon Fung and Eric Olin Wright, eds., Deepening Democracy, 175-199 (New York: Verso, 2002).

“Consensus in Context: A Guide for Social Movements,” in Patrick G. Coy, ed., Consensus Decision Making, Vol. 24 of Research in Social Movements, Conflicts and Change, 229-253 (Oxford: JAI Press/Elsevier Science, 2002).

"A `Moral Core' Solution to the Prisoners' Dilemma," in Joan W. Scott and Debra Keates, eds., Schools of Thought: Twenty-five Years of Interpretive Social Science, 330-347 (Princeton: Princeton University Press, 2001).

"The Making of Oppositional Consciousness," in Jane Mansbridge and Aldon Morris, eds., Oppositional Consciousness, 1-19 (Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 2001).

"Complicating Oppositional Consciousness," in Jane Mansbridge and Aldon Morris, eds., Oppositional Consciousness, 238-264 (Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 2001).

“Altruistic Trust,” in Mark Warren, ed., Democracy and Trust, 290-307 (Cambridge University Press, 1999).

"Comment on Case 13: Implementing A Community Strategic Plan," in Lawrence E.

Susskind, ed., The Consensus Building Handbook, 743-772 (Beverley Hills, Calif.: Sage Publications, l999).

"Everyday Talk in the Deliberative System," in Steven Macedo, ed., Deliberative Politics, 211-239, (Oxford: Oxford University Press, l999).

Translated as “A conversação cotidiana no sistema deliberativo” in A deliberação pública e suas dimensões sociais, politicas e comunicativas: Textos fundamentais (Belo Horizonte, Brazil: Autêntica Editora, 2009).

"Should Blacks Represent Blacks and Women Represent Women? A Contingent `Yes'" Journal of Politics, vol. 61(3): 627-657 August l999.

Adapted and translated as "¿Las mujeres representan a las mujeres? Un `Si' condicional," Historia Anthropologia Y Fuentes Orales 22 (1999) and as “La representación de la diferencia: una defensa contingente de la representación descriptive” in Ramón Máiz, ed., Construcción de Europa, Democracia y Globalización, 88-118, (Santiago de Compostella: Universidade de Santiago de Compostella, 2001). Adapted as "What does a Representative Do?" for Will Kymlicka and Wayne Norman eds., Citizenship in Diverse Societies, 99-123, (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2000) and as "The Descriptive Political Representation of Gender: An Anti-Essentialist Argument" for Jytte Klausen and Charles Maier, eds., Has Liberalism Failed Women? Parity, Quotas and Political Representation, 19-38, (N.Y.: St. Martin's Press, 2001). Translated as “Les Noirs doivent-ils être representés par les Noirs et les femmes par des femmes? Un oui mesuré.” Raisons Politiques (2013) 50: 53-77.



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