Kathleen Staudt is Professor of Political Science at the University of Texas at El Paso. She received her PhD in Political Science at the University of Wisconsin, Madison, in 1976. Staudt has worked on several United Nations reports on the condition of women, including the UNRISD on multilateral and bilateral technical assistance strategies to mainstream women, the UN Division for the Advancement of Women on "Technical Assistance and Mainstreaming Women" (1995) and "Equality in High-Level Political Decision Making" (1989), and the UN Development Programme, Background Paper, "Political Representation: Engendering Democracy" (1995). She was also coordinator of the Women's Studies Program at the University of Texas at El Paso from 1984-1985.
Free Trade? Informal Economies at the U.S.-Mexico Border. Temple University Press, 1998.
Policies, Politics and Gender: Women Gaining Ground. Kumarian Press, 1998.
Political Science and Feminisms: Integration or Transformation? (co-authored with William Weaver). Twayne/MacMillan, 1997.
Managing Development: State, Society, and International Contexts. Sage, 1991. (Fourth printing, 1996).
Agricultural Policy Implementation: A Case from Western Kenya. Kumarian Press, 1985.
The U.S.-Mexico Border: Transcending Divisions, Contesting Identities. (co-edited with David Spencer and Lynne Rienner). 1998.
Women, International Development and Politics: The Bureaucratic Mire. Temple University Press, 1990. (Second edition, 1997).
Women, the State and Development. (Co-edited with Sue Ellen Charlton and Jana Everett). SUNY/Albany Press, 1989.
Women and the State in Africa. (Co-edited with Jane Parpart and Lynne Rienner). 1989.
Women and Development: A Policy Focus. (Co-edited with Jane Jaquette). Haworth, 1983.
[Kathleen Staudt has published more than 50 articles and chapters in books. Here is a selected list. For a complete list, please contact the editor.]
"Struggles in Urban Space: Street Vendors in El Paso and Ciudad Juarez," Urban Affairs Review 31 (1996): 435-454.
"Plating Seeds in the Classroom," in Seeds 2: Supporting Women's Work Around the World. Ann Leonard, Ed. (New York: Feminist Press, 1995).
"Political Parties, Women Activists' Agendas, and Class: Elections on Mexico's Northern Frontier," (co-authored with Carlota Aguilar). Mexican Studies / Estudios Mexicanos 8 (1992): 87-106.
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