Curriculum Vitae

Curriculum Vitae – McNulty CV 2-19


Dr. Stephanie L. McNulty

Franklin and Marshall College

PO Box 3003

Lancaster, PA 17604

smcnulty@fandm.edu

August 2015

Academic Positions

2018-present Associate Professor of Government and Director of Faculty Diversity Initiatives at Franklin & Marshall College Lancaster, PA.

2015-2017. Associate Professor, Franklin & Marshall College, Government Department, Lancaster, PA.

2008-2015 Assistant Professor, Franklin & Marshall College, Government Department, Lancaster, PA.

2007-2008 Adjunct Professor, The George Washington University, Political Science Department, Washington, D.C.

2002, 2007 Adjunct Professor, George Mason University, Political Science Department, Fairfax, VA.

2004, 2017. Affiliated Scholar. Pontificia Universidad Católica de Perú. Political Science Department, Lima, Peru.

Education

Ph.D., Political Science, The George Washington University, Washington, DC. 2006.

Master of Arts, Political Science, New York University, New York, NY. 1996.

Bachelor of Arts, Politics, Washington and Lee University, Lexington, VA. 1991.

Publications

Books

2019. Democracy from Above? The Unfulfilled Promise of Nationally Mandated Participatory Reforms. Stanford University Press.

  1. Voice and Vote: Decentralization and Participation in Post-Fujimori Peru. Stanford: Stanford University Press.
  • Reviewed in Comparative Political Studies, Journal of Latin American Studies, and Perspectives on Politics.

Journal Articles

2018. “Embedded Exclusions: Exploring Gender Equality in Peru’s Participatory Democratic Framework.” Global Discourse, 8:3, 532-549.

2018. “Peru’s Struggle with the Fujimori Legacy.” Current History 117 (796): 56-61.

  1. “Politics and Promise: Exploring Fifteen Years of Peru’s Participatory Decentralization Reform.” Co-authored with Gustavo Guerra García. Public Organization Review.

2017. “The Fujimori Effect: Political Instability and Paralysis in Peru.” NACLA.

2017. “Perú 2016: Continuity and Change in an Electoral Year.” Revista de Ciencia Política.

  1. Barriers to Participation: Exploring Gender in Peru’s Participatory Budget Process.” Journal of Development Studies.
  1. Mandating Participation: Evaluating Guatemala’s Top Down Participatory Governance System.” Pensamiento Propio 40. Special issue on “Citizen Participation in Latin America.
  1. Participatory Democracy? Exploring Peru’s Efforts to Engage Civil Society in Local Governance.” Latin American Politics and Society 55(3): 69-92.
  1. “Institutions of Participatory Governance: Latin America’s Response to a Failing Party System.” Spazio Filosofico 9. Special Issue on “The Party.” http://www.spaziofilosofico.it/numero-09/4262/institutions-of-participatory-governance/#more-4262.
  1. “An Unlikely Success: Peru’s Top-Down Participatory Budgeting Experience,” Journal of Public Deliberation 8(2), Article 4. Special Issue on “The Spread of Participatory Budgeting Across the Globe.”

Chapters in Edited Volumes

  1. “The Global Spread and Transformation of Participatory Budgeting.” with Brian Wampler and Mike Touchton. In Nelson Dias (ed.) Hope for Democracy, 2nd Edition. https://www.oficina.org.pt/hopefordemocracy.html.
  2. “Mandating Participatory Budgeting: Evaluating Fifteen Years of Peru’s Participatory Budgeting Law.” In Nelson Dias (ed.) Hope for Democracy, 2nd Edition. https://www.oficina.org.pt/hopefordemocracy.html.
  1. “Participatory Governance.” Co-authored with Brian Wampler. In Robert Scott and Stephen Kosslyn (eds.) Emerging Trends in the Social and Behavioral Sciences. Hoboken, NJ:  John Wiley and Sons.
  1. “Mandating Participation: Exploring Peru’s National Participatory Budget Law.” In Nelson Dias (ed.) Hope for Democracy: 25 Years of Participatory Budgeting WorldWide. In Loco Association. São Brás de Alportel, Portugal. 203-214. http://www.buergerhaushalt.org/en/article/hope-democracy-25-years-participatory-budgeting-worldwide
  1. “Participação Obrigatória: Explorando a Lei do OP do Peru.” In Nelson Dias (ed.) Esperança Democrática: 25 Anos de Orçamentos Participativos no Mundo. Associação In Loco, Portugal. 201-212.
  1. “Participación y sociedad civil: Las experiencias con los CCRs y los presupuestos participativos en el Perú.” In Aldo Panfichi (ed.) La Participación Ciudadana en el Perú. Disputas, confluencias y tensiones. Lima, Peru: Fondo Editorial de la Pontificia Universidad Católica.
  1. “Decentralization and Participatory Local Governance: A Decision Space Analysis and Application to Peru.” Co-authored with Jennifer and Derrick Brinkerhoff. In Dennis Rondinelli and Shabbir Cheema (eds.) Decentralizing Governance: Devolution, Capacity, and Partnership. Washington, D.C.: Brookings Institution Press.
  1. “The Role of NGOs in Latin America’s Development: A Case Study of Peru.” In Farhad Hossain et al (eds.) Learning NGOs and the Dynamics of Development Partnership Dhaka: Coalition for Environment and Development.
  1. “The Role of NGOs in Peru’s Development Process.” In Perú: Beyond the Reforms.  Lima: PromPerú Press.

Reports

  1. Participatory Budgeting: Spreading Across the Globe.” Co-authored with Brian Wampler and Mike Touchton.
  2. “Does Participatory Governance Matter? Exploring the Nature and Impact of Participatory Reform.” Co-authored with Brian Wampler. Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars, Washington, DC. http://www.wilsoncenter.org/publication-series/does-participatory-governance-matter

Book Reviews

  1. Mobilizing Democracy: Globalization and Citizen Protest. By Paul Almeida. Latin American Politics and Society (57)3.
  1. Everyone Counts: Could Participatory Budgeting Change Democracy and Making Democracy Fun: How Game Design can Empower Citizens and Transform Politics by Josh Lerner. Journal of Public Deliberation 11(1).
  1. Decentralization and Popular Democracy: Governance from Below in Bolivia.  By Jean-Paul Faguet. Perspectives on Politics 11(3).
  1. Fujimori’s Coup and the Breakdown of Democracy in Latin America. By Charles Kenney. Latin American Politics and Society 48(3).

Grants and Fellowships

Hewlett Foundation. “The State of the Art of Participatory Budgeting.” With Brian Wampler and Mike Touchton. 2017.

American Association for University Women American Postdoctoral Fellow. 2012-2013. $40,000 to support a one year Junior Faculty Leave for work on a book manuscript titled Democracy from Above?

APSA Small Research Grant. 2012. $2500 for fieldwork in La Paz, Bolivia.

Faculty Hackman and Committee on Grants funding. Franklin & Marshall College.

Fulbright-Hays Doctoral Dissertation Research Award, Peru. 2004–2005.

Fulbright Scholar, Peru. 2004. Funding for dissertation fieldwork.

Rotary International Fellow, Santiago, Chile. 1992-1993.

International Development Experience

International Development Consultant. 2004-present.

Senior Development Officer/Senior Program Officer, Academy for Educational Development’s Center for Civil Society and Governance, Washington, DC. 2001-2003, and 2006-2007. Provided evaluation, development, and management services to an international non-profit organization.

Senior Research Analyst, Academy for Educational Development’s USAID Research and Reference Services. Washington, DC, March 1997- August 2000. Researched and evaluated democracy and governance issues for USAID/CDIE and USAID/LAC.

Media Commentaries

Three-part guest blog series: “Participatory Budgeting: Spreading Across the Globe”         (October 13, 2017); “The Participatory (R)evolution: Four Major PB Transformations   over Time” (October 27, 2017); “Participatory Budgeting: Does Evidence Match   Enthusiasm?” (November 3, 2017). Open Government Partnership Stories. With Brian      Wampler and Mike Touchton. https://www.opengovpartnership.org/stories/

“The other side of the border crisis.” Guest on RadioTimes with Marty Moss-Coane. August 7, 2014. http://whyy.org/cms/radiotimes/2014/08/07/the-other-side-of-the-border-crisis/

“US helped create crisis along border.” The Philadelphia Inquirer. July 31, 2014. http://www.philly.com/philly/opinion/inquirer/20140731_U_S__helped_create_crisis_along_border.html

“In leading women, U.S. lags.” The Philadelphia Inquirer A11, January 4, 2011.

Professional Service

Member, North American Participatory Budgeting Research Board. 2014-present.

Country Expert (Peru and Guatemala) and Lateral Coder (Bolivia, Brazil, Honduras, Ecuador, and Venezuela), V-Dem (Varieties of Democracy Project). 2012-present.

Consultant, Latin America Regional Authority Index, Peru Country Profile. 2012.

Manuscript Reviewer, various outlets. 2008-present.

Member, Feakins Foundation Board of Directors. 2017-present.

Member, Latin American Studies Association. 2001-present.

Member, American Political Science Association. 2003-present.