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Terry Karl
Born Terry Lynn Karl
(1947-11-21) November 21, 1947 (age 70)
St. Louis, Missouri
Residence Noe Valley, San Francisco, California
Alma mater
Occupation Professor
Employer Stanford University
Title Gildred Professor of Latin American Studies and Professor of Political Science
Awards
  • Dean's Award for Excellence in Teaching (1989)
  • Allan V. Cox Medal for Faculty Excellence Fostering Undergraduate Research (1994)
  • Walter J. Gores Award for Excellence in Graduate and Undergraduate Teaching (1997)
  • Rio Branco Prize

Terry Lynn Karl (born November 21, 1947) is the Gildred Professor of Latin American Studies and Professor of Political Science in the Political Science Department at Stanford University.[1][2]

Early life and academics

Karl was born in St. Louis, Missouri.[2] Karl's parents, Irene E. Karl (1915-2006; the first woman to earn a doctorate in biochemistry from the University of Wisconsin and the first female scientist to receive the Jewish Federation of St. Louis Woman of Valor Award) and Michael M. Karl (1915-2006), married in 1940 and were both professors of medicine at Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis.[3][4][5][6] She has a sister, Bonnie Karl Staffier.[4] She has lived in Noe Valley, San Francisco, California, since 1986.[7]

Karl attended the John Burroughs School in Ladue, Missouri, graduating in 1966.[8] She received a B.A. from Stanford University (1970), an M.A. from Stanford University in Political Science (1976), and a Ph.D. with Special Distinction from Stanford University in Political Science (1982).[9][10] Karl was granted a Doctor of Humane Letters, honoris causa, from the University of San Francisco in 2005.[9]

Academia

Karl was an Assistant Professor, in the Department of Government, at Harvard University from 1982-85.[11] During that time she brought a sexual harassment complaint against Harvard Professor Jorge I. Domínguez, the senior Latin American scholar in the Department of Government.[5] In 1983, Domínguez was officially disciplined by Harvard's administration for "serious conduct" for sexually harassing her.[12][13][5]

Karl served as director of Stanford's Center for Latin American Studies from 1990-2002.[11] Karl is the Gildred Professor of Latin American Studies and Professor of Political Science in the Political Science Department at Stanford University.[14][10]

She won the Dean's Award for Excellence in Teaching (1989), the Allan V. Cox Medal for Faculty Excellence Fostering Undergraduate Research (1994), the Walter J. Gores Award for Excellence in Graduate and Undergraduate Teaching (1997; the University's highest academic prize), and was given the Rio Branco Prize by Brazil President Fernando Henrique Cardoso in recognition of her service in fostering academic relations between the United States and Latin America.[9]

Scholarship

She is the author of The Paradox of Plenty: Oil Booms and Petro-States (University of California Press, 1998).[15] It was named one of the two best books on Latin America by the Latin American Studies Association.[14] She also co-authored Limits of Competition (MIT Press, 1996; which won the Twelve Stars Environmental Prize from the European Community), co-authored with Ian Gary The Bottom of the Barrel: Africa's Oil Boom and the Poor (2004), is co-author with Mary Kaldor and Yahia Said of the forthcoming New and Old Oil Wars, and is co-author with Joseph Stiglitz, Jeffrey Sachs, and others of the forthcoming Overcoming the Resource Curse.[14] Her writings have been translated into 15 languages.[9]

Selected publications

References

  1. ^ "Terry Lynn Karl," National Endowment For Democracy.
  2. ^ a b America's Maoists: the Revolutionary Union, the Venceremos organization: report, United States Congress. House Committee on Internal Security. Issue 92, Part 1166 of Report, U.S. Govt. Print. Off., 1972.
  3. ^ American Men & Women of Science, Volume 4, Bowker, 2009.
  4. ^ a b "Washington University celebrates Michael and Irene Karl," The Source, Washington University in St. Louis.
  5. ^ a b c Bartlett, Tom and Nell Gluckman (February 27, 2018). "She Left Harvard. He Got to Stay. Did the university's handling of one professor's sexual-harassment complaint keep other women from coming forward for decades?". The Chronicle of Higher Education.
  6. ^ Terry Lynn Karl. The Paradox of Plenty: Oil Booms and Petro-States
  7. ^ Lorraine Sanders. "Terry Lynn Karl: Noe Valley's Champion for Human Rights," The Noe Valley Voice.
  8. ^ "Terry Karl '66," John Burroughs School.
  9. ^ a b c d "Terry L. Karl," FSI | CDDRL.
  10. ^ a b "Expert Report of Professor Terry L. Karl"
  11. ^ a b "Terry Karl," Stanford School of Earth, Energy & Environmental Sciences.
  12. ^ Idelson, Holly A (September 28, 1983). "Harvard Disciplines Professor For Sexual Harassment". The Harvard Crimson.
  13. ^ "Harvard professor accused of sexual misconduct to retire," The Boston Globe
  14. ^ a b c "Terry Karl's Profile," Stanford Profiles.
  15. ^ Karl, Terry Lynn (1997-10-10). The paradox of plenty: Oil booms and petro-states. Oakland, CA: University of California Press. ISBN 9780520207721.

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