CURRICULUM VITAE                                         KAREN MUNDY                          Associate Professor and Cana...
AWARDS AND DISTINCTIONS Visiting Research Professor, Institute of Metropolitan and International Development Studies (AMI...
1989-1991          Program Officer                   Southern Africa Education Trust Fund (SAETF)                   Ottawa...
PUBLICATIONSArticles in Refereed Journals1. Mundy, K. (January 2011). “全球治理与教育变革: 国际与跨国教育政策过程研究的重要性” (Global   Governance ...
13. Mundy, K., & L. Murphy. (2001). “Transnational Advocacy, Global Civil Society? Emerging Evidence    from the Field of ...
student].2. Robertson, S., K. Mundy, A. Verger & F. Menashy. (In press.) “An introduction to public private   partnerships...
13. Mundy, K. (2008). “Education for All, Africa, and the Comparative Sociology of Schooling.” Chapter 3, in       K. Mund...
23. Mundy, K. & Moulton, J. (2002). “Introduction: Implementation Research and Educational Reform in Sub-    Saharan Afric...
6. Mundy, K. Haggerty, M., Cherry, S., Maclure, R. & Sivasubramaniam, M. (2007). Basic Education, Civil   Society Particip...
Selected Technical Reports and Evaluations1. Mundy, K. (2010). An Appraisal of the Hewlett-Gates Foundation Grant-Making f...
14. Mundy, K. (2006, January). Civil Society Participation and the Governance of Educational Systems in the    Context of ...
29. Mundy, K. (1990). Programming for Women: A needs assessment for the South Africa Education Trust    Fund. Ottawa: SAET...
Université de Montréal & the Faculty of Education, McGill University. March 27, 2009.2009 “Global Governance, Civil Societ...
2007 "Are Children in Conflict the Last in Line for Canadian Aid?" Invited Presentation to the "Education:       Casualty ...
2007. “Charting Global Education in Canadian Elementary Education.” Paper presented on the Panel      “Engaging with compl...
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     Introduction to International, Comparative and Development Education               Educational Change in Africa: Hi...
conflict affected states, 1990-2010.7.   Sally Hooper                 Phd         Current     Small Spaces for Meaningful ...
health as a human right12. Clementina Acedo            PhD           1999         Justice in development: A philosophical ...
 Member, Tenure Review Committee, Rose Folsom, Department of Sociology and Equity Studies in  Education (SESE), (Spring 2...
   Compare: Journal of Comparative Education. Editorial Board. (British Comparative and International    Education Societ...
 Invited Expert, CIDA Roundtable on Basic Education. (Expert meeting to review CIDAs New Strategy for   Basic Education)....
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  1. 1. CURRICULUM VITAE KAREN MUNDY Associate Professor and Canada Research Chair Ontario Institute for Studies in Education – University of Toronto 252 Bloor St. West, Toronto Canada, M5S 1V6 Karen.mundy@utoronto.ca http://karen-mundy.com/EDUCATION1996 Doctor of Philosophy, Sociology of Education and Comparative Education Ontario Institute for Studies in Education (OISE), University of Toronto1992 Master of Arts, Adult Education (Specialisation in Comparative Education) Ontario Institute for Studies in Education (OISE), University of Toronto1985 BA (Honours), English and History Concordia University, Montreal, CanadaACADEMIC APPOINTMENTS2002-present Associate Professor & Canada Research Chair Ontario Institute for Studies in Education of the University of Toronto Cross appointed, Munk School of Global Affairs2003- Present Director, Comparative International and Development Education Centre (CIDEC); and Co-Director, Collaborative Graduate Degree Program in Comparative, International and Development Education (CIDE) - http://www.oise.utoronto.ca/cidec/index.html  Program management of 30+ faculty affiliates and an annual intake of 40-60 graduate students (Total current enrolment is 191 students).  Responsibilities included admissions, program planning, teaching of core courses, student advisement, program communications (website, newsletter and list serve), liaison and reporting to the School of Graduate Studies.  Oversight of one full time administrative assistant and 3 graduate assistants.  Supervise administration of research centre and its activities, including four adjunct faculty, multiple visiting scholars and 3 postdoctoral fellows.  Organized bimonthly seminar series and workshops; visiting scholars and adjunct appointments; communications and publicity around faculty research projects; preparation of annual report, newsletter, and centre materials.  Raised more than $750,000 in research funding for centre initiatives.1996 -2002 Assistant Professor, International and Comparative Education Stanford University School of Education
  2. 2. AWARDS AND DISTINCTIONS Visiting Research Professor, Institute of Metropolitan and International Development Studies (AMIDSt). University of Amsterdam (2009/10). Guest Research Professor, Institute of International Education, Stockholm Sweden (Fall 2008). Canada Research Chair in Global Governance and Educational Change. (Tier II) (2008-2013) Canada Research Chair in Global Governance and Educational Change. (Tier II) (2002-2008) Nomination for the TVO’s Ontario’s Best Lecturer competition (2008). Bereday Award, Best article of the year in the Comparative Education Review. (1999). Spencer Postdoctoral Fellowship (1998-2000). Stanford University Faculty Innovation Award, (January1997). Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada (SSHRC) Post-Doctoral Fellowship. International Development Research Centre (IDRC), Young Canadian Researchers Award (1994). SSHRC Doctoral Fellowship (1992-1996). Doctoral Fellowship, Ontario Institute for Studies in Education (1991/1992). Ontario Graduate Scholarship (Provincial fellowship, held for MA Studies, (1990/1991.) OISE Graduate Scholarship Award (University fellowship held for MA Level studies, (1989/90)RELATED CAREER EXPERIENCE2010-present Co-Chair, Canadian Global Campaign for Education2004-2008 Chair and Founder, Canadian Global Campaign for Education (CGCE) The CGCE is a network of 20 Canadian NGOs, universities, and teachers unions whose goal is to support forms of research and policy dialogue that can encourage a sustained role for democratic engagement in the governance of education in developing countries. Website: http://www.campaignforeducationcanada.org/ My responsibilities in this organization include: Leadership of a steering committee comprised of representatives from 8 member organizations; oversight of staff (one full time, plus many volunteers and consultants) and a budget of $120,000; strategic planning of education, outreach and advocacy initiatives; development of strategic initiatives with parliamentarians, key policy makers.1995-present Research Consultant on Education and International Development Research, policy development, program design and evaluation carried out for UNICEF- Canada, the World Bank, the Hewlett Foundation, UNESCO, the Education Development Center, Creative Associates, the Government of Zimbabwe, the United States Agency for International Development, the Canadian International Development Agency (CIDA), the Canadian Council for International Co-operation (a consortium of Canadian non- governmental organizations).1993-1994 Visiting Research Fellow, Faculty of Education, University of Zimbabwe1992 Intern, UNESCO, Education Division, Paris, France Karen Mundy CV p. 2
  3. 3. 1989-1991 Program Officer Southern Africa Education Trust Fund (SAETF) Ottawa, Canada1985-1988 Teacher, School Librarian with the World University Service, Canada Zimuto Secondary School, Masvingo Province, Zimbabwe1983-1985 Adult Literacy Instructor Tyndale St. Georges Community Centre Montreal, QuebecCURRENT RESEARCH PROJECTSMundy, K., Green, A.; Lingard, B.; Verger T., eds [proposal positively reviewed]. Handbook of Global Policy in Education. Global Policy Handbook, David Held, series editor. Blackwell Press. – (expected date of publication, June 2013).[Lead editor]Mundy, K. and Menashy, F. [under contract, forthcoming 2012]. “Unfortunately necessary or inherently desirable: understanding World Bank advocacy for a private role in education.” Research study commissioned by the Open Society Institute. –(expected completion date January 2012).[Lead author with student].Mundy, K. [under contract – first draft submitted]. Engaging Civil Society in the Education Sector: Issues for Policy-Makers and Planners”. Fundamentals of Educational Planning Series. Paris: International Institute for Educational Planning & UNESCO. Expected date of publication, Winter 2012.Mundy K. and Qiang Zha, eds. [under contract, forthcoming 2012]. Education and Global Cultural Dialogue: Essays in Honour of Professor Ruth Hayhoe. Palgrave MacMillan. (expected publication in 2012).[Lead editor].CAREER PUBLICATION TOTALSBooks and Monographs 5 (3 additional under contract or positively reviewed)Chapters in Books 28Articles in Refereed Journals 19 (of which 2 invited commentary)Published Research Papers 11Technical Reports and Evaluations 29Popular Articles 8Book reviews 6Parliamentary Testimony 1 Karen Mundy CV p. 3
  4. 4. PUBLICATIONSArticles in Refereed Journals1. Mundy, K. (January 2011). “全球治理与教育变革: 国际与跨国教育政策过程研究的重要性” (Global Governance and Educational Change: The Importance of Research on Transnational and International Policy Processes in Education)). Peking University Education Review, January 10, 2011, pp. 136-152.2. Mundy, K. (2010). “Paradoxes and Prospects: Moving Beyond the Study of Foreign Aid.” Special Symposium Issue. Current Issues in Comparative Education. Vol. 13(1)/Fall 2010: pp. 50-56. http://www.tc.columbia.edu/cice/Issues/13.01/PDFs/13_01_Mundy.pdf3. Mundy, K., with M. Haggerty, M. Sivasubramaniam, S. Cherry and R. Maclure, (2010). “Civil Society, Basic Education and Sector-wide Aid: insights from Sub-Saharan Africa.” Special Issue on State/non-state relationships in achieving Education for All, Pauline Rose, guest editor. Development In Practice. Vol. 20(4-5), pp. 484-497. [Lead author].4. Benavot, A, D. Archer, S. Mosely, K. Mundy, F. Phiri, L. Steer, D. Wiking. (2010). “International Aid to Education: Moderated Discussion.” Comparative Education Review. Vol. 54(1): pp. 105-124.[Invited comment]5. McGinty, S and K. Mundy. (2009). “HIV/AIDS educators: The challenges and issues for Namibian bachelor of education students.” Teaching and Teacher Education. Vol. 25 (1): 141–148.[Co-author with student].6. Mundy, K. & Manion, C. (2008). “Global Education in Canadian Elementary Schools: An Exploratory Study”. Canadian Journal of Education. Vol.31 (4): pp. 941‐ 974. [Lead author with student]. http://www.csse-scee.ca/CJE/Articles/FullText/CJE31-4/CJE31-4-Mundy&Manion.pdf7. Mundy, K. ( March 2008). “From NGOs to CSOs: Social Citizenship, Civil Society and “Education for All” – An Agenda for Further Research.” Current Issues in Comparative Education. Vol. 10(2): pp.1-9. Available online http://www.tc.columbia.edu/cice/Issues/10.00/PDFs/10_Complete_Issue.pdf8. Mundy, K. (2007). “Global Governance, Educational Change.” Comparative Education. Vol. 43(3), pp. 39-58.9. Smith, P., Pigozzie, M.J., Tomasevski, K., Bhola, H. S., Kuroda, K. & Mundy, K. (2007). “UNESCO’s Role in Educational Development: Moderated Discussion.” Comparative Education Review. Vol. 51(2), pp. 229-245. [Invited comment]10. Mundy K. (2006). “Education for All and the New Development Compact.” Review of Education. Vol. 52, pp. 23-48.11. Mundy, K. & Iga, M. (2003). “Hegemonic Exceptionalism and Legitimating Bet-Hedging: Making Sense of the American and Japanese Approaches to the Education Services under the GATS.” Globalization, Societies, Education. Vol. 1(3), pp.281-297.[Lead author with student].12. Mundy, K. (2002). “Retrospect and prospect: Education in a Reforming World Bank.” International Journal of Educational Development, Vol. 22(5), pp. 483-508. Karen Mundy CV p. 4
  5. 5. 13. Mundy, K., & L. Murphy. (2001). “Transnational Advocacy, Global Civil Society? Emerging Evidence from the Field of Education.” Comparative Education Review, Vol. 45(1), pp.85-126 .[Lead author with student].14. Mundy, K. (1999). “Educational Multilateralism in a Changing World Order: UNESCO and the Limits of the Possible.” International Journal of Educational Development, Vol.19(1), pp. 27-52.15. Mundy, K. (1998). “Educational Multilateralism and World (dis)Order.” Comparative Education Review, Vol. 42(4), pp. 448-478.16. Mundy, K. (1995). “CIDAs Programming in Zambia and Zimbabwe: A Retrospective Look through the “Lens”of Human Resources Development.” Canadian Journal of Development Studies. Vol. 16(3), pp. 433-454.17. Mundy, K. (1993). “Towards a Critical Analysis of Literacy in Southern Africa.” Comparative Education Review. Vol. 37(4), pp.389-411.18. Mundy, K. (1993). “The Case for Universal Primary Education Revisited: The Tanzanian and Zimbabwean Experience in Comparative and International Perspective.” Canadian and International Education. Vol. 22(1), pp.22-42.19. Mundy, K. (1992). “Human Resources Development Assistance in Canadas Overseas Development Assistance Program: A Critical Analysis,” Canadian Journal of Development Studies. Vol.8 (3), pp.385- 409.Books and Monographs (* = refereed)1. *Robertson, S., K. Mundy, A. Verger & F. Menashy (Eds.) (In Press). Public Private Partnerships in Education: New Actors and Modes of Governance in a Globaliziing World. London: Edward Elgar.2. *Mundy, K. and S. Dryden Peterson. (Eds). (2011). Educating Children in Conflict Zones: Essays in Honour of Jackie Kirk. New York: Teachers College Press. [Lead editor]. 336 pages.3. *Mundy, K. Bickmore, K., Hayhoe, R., Madden, M., & Madjidi, K. (Eds.). (2008, 2010 2nd edition). Comparative Education: Issues for Teachers. New York & Toronto: Teachers College Press & Canadian Scholars Press. [Lead editor]. 394 pages.4. Mundy, K., Manion, C., Masemann, V., & Haggerty, M. (2007). Charting Global Education in Canadian Schools: Provincial, District and School Level Perspectives. Toronto: UNICEF. [also in French translation]. [Lead author]. 148 pages. http://globalclassroom.unicef.ca/pdf/ChartingGlobalEducationinElementarySchools.pdf5. *Moulton, J., Mundy, K., Welmond, M., & Williams, J. (2002). Education Reforms in Sub-Saharan Africa: Paradigm Lost? Westport: Greenwood Press. [Co-equal authored book]. 250 pages.Book Chapters1. Mundy, K. & F. Menashy (in press). “The World Bank, the International Finance Corporation, and private sector participation in basic education: Examining the Education Sector Strategy 2020.” In A. Wiseman & C. Collins (Eds.) Education Strategy in the Developing World: A Conversation about the World Bank’s Education Policy Development and Revision. Bingley, UK: Emerald Publishing. [Lead author with Karen Mundy CV p. 5
  6. 6. student].2. Robertson, S., K. Mundy, A. Verger & F. Menashy. (In press.) “An introduction to public private partnerships and education governance.” In S. Robertson, K. Mundy, A. Verger & F. Menashy (Eds.) Public Private Partnerships in Education: New Actors and Modes of Governance in a Globalising World. London: Edward Elgar.3. Mundy, K. & F. Menashy. (In press). “The role of the International Finance Corporation in the promotion of public private partnerships for educational development.” In S. Robertson, K. Mundy, A. Verger & F. Menashy (Eds.) Public Private Partnerships in Education: New Actors and Modes of Governance in a Globalizing World. London: Edward Elgar. [Lead author with student].4. Mundy, K. (In press). “The Global Campaign for Education and the Realization of “Education for All.” In Verger, A. and M. Novelli (eds). 2012. Campaigning For ‘Education For All’: Histories, Strategies and Outcomes of Transnational Social Movements in Education. Sense, Rotterdam.5. Mundy, K. and S. Dryden Peterson. (2011).“Educating Children in Zones of Conflict: An overview and introduction.” Educating Children in Conflict Zones: Essays in Honour of Jackie Kirk. International Perspectives on Educational Reform. New York: Teachers College Press, pp. 1-13. [Lead author with postdoctoral fellow].6. Mundy, K., with M. Haggerty, S. Cherry, R. Maclure and M. Sivasubramaniam (2010). “ Civil Society, Basic Education, and Sector-wide Aid: Insights from Sub-Saharan Africa.” In P. Rose, ed. Achieving Education for All through public-private partnerships? Non-state provision of education in developing countries. Routledge Press. Pp.1-22.7. Mundy, K. (2010). “Education for All and the Global Governors.” In M. Finnemore, D. Avant and S. Sell, Eds. Who Governs the Globe? Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, pp. 333-355.8. Mundy, K. (2010). “Global Governance in the Field of Education: The Role of Multilateralism and New Actors in the Achievement of Education for All.” Education Reform and Research in the Era of Transition: Responsibility and the Future. [Published volume from the Beijing Forum 2010]. Pp. 230-245.9. Mundy, K. and M. Madden. (2009). “UNESCO and Higher Education: Opportunity or Impasse.” In A. Almanado & R. M. Basset, International Organizations and Higher Education Policy: Thinking Globally and Acting Locally? International Studies in Higher Education Series. New York: Taylor and Francis. Pp. 46-63. [Lead author with student].10. Mundy, K., (with M. Ghali). (2009). “International and Transnational Policy Actors in Education: A Review of the Research.” In D. Plank, G. Sykes and B. Schneider, Eds., Handbook on Educational Policy Research. The American Education Research Association & Routledge Press, pp. 717-734. [Lead author with student].11. Mundy, K. (2008). “Global Politics and Local Realities in the Realization of the Universal Right to Education.” In S. Moore & R. Mitchell (Eds.), Power, Pedagogy and Praxis: Social Justice in the Globalized Classroom. Rotterdam: Sense Press. Pp.105-124.12. Mundy, K. & Hayhoe, R. (2008). “Introduction to Comparative and International Education: Why Study Comparative Education?” Chapter 1, In K. Mundy, K. Bickmore, R. Hayhoe, M. Madden & K. Madjidi, (Eds.), Comparative Education: Issues for Teachers. New York and Toronto: Teachers College Press & Canadian Scholars Press. Pp. 1-23. [Co-equal authorship]. Karen Mundy CV p. 6
  7. 7. 13. Mundy, K. (2008). “Education for All, Africa, and the Comparative Sociology of Schooling.” Chapter 3, in K. Mundy, K. Bickmore R. Hayhoe, M. Madden & K. Madjidi (Eds.), Comparative Education: Issues for Teachers. New York and Toronto: Teachers College Press & Canadian Scholars Press. Pp 49-76.14. Mundy, K. & Farrell, J. (2008). “International Educational Indicators and Assessments: Issues for Teachers.” Chapter 10, in K. Mundy, K. Bickmore R. Hayhoe, M. Madden & K. Madjidi (Eds.), Comparative Education: Issues for Teachers. New York and Toronto: Teachers College Press & Canadian Scholars Press. Pp. 189-214.[Lead author].15. Mundy, K. (2007). “Education for All: Paradoxes and Prospects of a Global Promise.” In D. P. Baker and A. W. Wiseman (Eds.), Education for All: Global Promises, National Challenges (Volume 8, International Perspectives on Education and Society Series). Oxford UK: Elsevier. Pp. 1-31.16. Mundy, K. (2007). “EL MULTILATERALISMO ESDUCATIVO Y EL (DES)ORDEN MUNDIAL”. In X. Bonal, A. Tarabini & A.Verger (Eds.), Globalización y Educación: Textos Fundamentales. Buenos Aires: Ed. Miño y Dávila. Pp.1-81.17. Mundy, K. (2007). “Educational Multilateralism: Origins and Indications for Global Governance.” In K. Martens, A. Rusconi & K. Leuze (Eds.), New Arenas of Education Governance – The Impact of International Organizations and Markets on Education Policymaking. Houndmills, Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan. Pp.19-39.18. Mundy, K. (2006). “Education for all and the New Development Compact.” In J. Zajda, S. Majhonivich, V. Rust and E. Martin Sabina, (eds.), Education and Social Justice. The Netherlands: Springer. Pp.1-215. REPRINT Mundy, K. (2006). “Educational Multilateralism and World Dis-Order.” In H. Lauder, P. Brown, J. A. Dillabough & A. H. Halsey, Education Globalization and Social Change. Oxford: Oxford University Press. Pp.448-478. REPRINT Mundy, K & Murphy, L. (2006). “Transnational Advocacy, Global Civil Society? Emerging Evidence from the Field of Education.” In H. Lauder, P. Brown, J. A. Dillabough & A. H. Halsey, Education, Globalization and Social Change. Oxford: Oxford University Press. Pp.85-126. [Lead author with student].19. Mundy, K. (2005). “The Evolution of Educational Multilateralism from 1945-2005.” In E. Fuchs (Ed.), Bildung international: Zu Rezeptions- und Transferprozessen in historischer Perspektive (pp. 181-200). Wuerzburg, Deutschland: Ergon Verlag. Pp.1-53.20. Mundy, K. (2005). “Globalization and Educational Change: New Policy Worlds.” In K. Leithwood, A. Datnow & N. Bascia (Eds.), International Encyclopaedia of Educational Policy. London: Kluwer Publishers. Pp. 3-1721. Mundy, K, Bickmore, K., Giese, C., Myers, J., & Evans, M. (2004). “The Historical and Policy Context for Citizenship Education in Ontario.” In O. Glagolevea & O. Zaslaviskaia (Eds.), Civic Education and Democracy in Russia. Moscow. pp 315-332. [Lead author].22. Mundy, K. & Kendall, N. (2002). “International Development Projects”. Encyclopaedia of Education. Farmington Hill, MI: Macmillan. [Lead author with student]. Karen Mundy CV p. 7
  8. 8. 23. Mundy, K. & Moulton, J. (2002). “Introduction: Implementation Research and Educational Reform in Sub- Saharan Africa.” In J. Moulton, K. Mundy, M. Welmond & J. Williams, Education Reforms in Sub- Saharan Africa: Paradigm Lost? Westport: Greenwood Press. Pp.1-13.[Lead author].24. Mundy, K. (2002). “Malawi: Externally Driven Reforms and Their Adoption during Democratic Transition.” In J. Moulton, K. Mundy, M. Welmond & J. Williams, Education Reforms in Sub-Saharan Africa: Paradigm Lost? Westport: Greenwood Press. Pp.13-53.25. Mundy, K. & Moulton, J. (2002). “Conclusion: Paradigm Lost? Synthesis and Discussion.” In J. Moulton, K. Mundy, M. Welmond & J. Williams, Education Reforms in Sub-Saharan Africa: Paradigm Lost? Westport: Greenwood Press. Pp.179-213. [Lead author].26. Mundy, K. & Murphy, L. (2000). “Beyond the Nation State: Educational Contention in Global Civil Society.” In H. D. Meyer & B. Boyd (Eds.), Education between State, Markets and Civil Society – Comparative Perspectives. London: Lawrence Earlbaum Associates, pp 223-244. [Lead author with student].27. Mundy, K. (1998).“Educational Multilateralism at a Crossroads.” In K. King & L. Buchert (Eds.), Changing International Aid to Education: Global Patterns and National Contexts. Paris: UNESCO and Norrag, p. 93-118.28. Mundy, K. (1996). “Canadian Aid and Education in Southern Africa.” In. P.T.M. Marope and S.G. Weeks (Eds.), Education and National Development in Southern Africa (pp. 20-39). Botswana: Botswana Educational Research Association for Southern African Comparative and History of Education Society.Other Published Research Monographs and Working Papers1. Mundy, K. and Holger Daun. 2011. Educational Governance and Participation: with a Focus on Developing Countries. Institute of International Education Report # 120. Stockholm: Stockholm University. http://www.interped.su.se/content/1/c6/06/20/08/Educational_Governance_and_Participation.pdf2. Mundy, K and the Canadian Global Campaign for Education. 2010. “The ODA Accountability Act and the Right to Education: Implications for Canadian Aid to Education.” In B. Tomlinson ed., A Time to Act: Implementing the Canadian ODA Accountability Act, A Canadian CSO Agenda for Reform. Ottawa: Canadian Council for International Cooperation. http://www.ccic.ca/_files/en/what_we_do/002_aid_2010_05_a_time_to_act_e.pdf3. Mundy K. (2009). “Canadian Aid to Education in Conflict-Affected States.” Background Paper for the Education for All Global Monitoring Report 2010: Reaching the Marginalized. Paris: UNESCO (2010/EF/EFA/MRT/PI/32).(48 pages). Available at http://unesdoc.unesco.org/images/0018/001866/186609e.pdf4. Mundy, K. (2008). “Civil Society and Its Role in the Achievement and Governance of Education for All.” Background Paper Prepared for the UNESCO Education for All Global Monitoring Report 2009. http://unesdoc.unesco.org/images/0017/001780/178020e.pdf5. Mundy, K. and M. Haggerty. (2008). “Education SWAPs in Africa: Lessons for CSOs”. International Forum on Civil Society and Aid Effectiveness. Gatineau Quebec, February 4-6, 2008. http://www.cgce.ca/storage/research-papers/2008-02-Education-SWAPs-Africa-CSOs-Mundy.pdf Karen Mundy CV p. 8
  9. 9. 6. Mundy, K. Haggerty, M., Cherry, S., Maclure, R. & Sivasubramaniam, M. (2007). Basic Education, Civil Society Participation and the New Aid Architecture: Lessons from Burkina Faso, Kenya, Mali and Tanzania. Working Paper 07.3, HakiElimu Working Papers: Dar es Salaam, Tanzania. 23pp. http://www.hakielimu.org/hakielimu/documents/document104Basic%20Education.pdf7. Mundy, K. & Bhanji, Z. (2005). “Canadian Aid to Education: The What, Why and How of Education Now.” Background Paper for the Canadian Global Campaign for Education Forum, available online at: http://www.campaignforeducationcanada.org/action/action_forum.php.[Lead author with student].8. Mundy, K. (2005). “Education.” In Canada at the G8 Summit: Education: A time to act for Africa (pp. 12- 13). Background paper for the Canadian Council for International Cooperation. Available online at: http://www.ccic.ca/e/007/archives_acf.shtml9. Mundy, K. (2005). “Millennium Challenges and Canadian Commitments - Spotlight on Education”. Norrag News 36, pp. 41-42. Scotland: University of Edinburgh. Available online at www.norrag.org/db_read_article.php?id=96610. Mundy, K. (1999). “From Nongovernmental Organizations to Transnational Advocacy Networks? New forms of international cooperation in the field of education.” Norrag News 25, pp. 18-20. Scotland: University of Edinburgh. Available online at www.norrag.org/db_read_article.php?id=61411. Mundy, K. (1996). “Canada’s Response to the Education for All Initiative.” Norrag News 19, pp. 43-47. Scotland: University of Edinburgh. Available online at http://www.norrag.org/db_read_article.php?id=18Book Reviews and Review Symposia 1. Mundy, Karen. (2011 January). Book Review: WTO/GATS and the Global Politics of Higher Education, by Anthony Verger. Comparative Education Review, 55(1): 151-153. 2. Mundy, K. 2009. Book Review: The New Institutionalism in Education, edited by Heinz‐Dieter Meyer and Brian Rowan. Albany: State University Press of New York, 2006. Comparative Education Review 53(1), pp. 150-152. 3. Lingard, B., K. Mundy, P. Wexler & H. Sunker. (2008). Review Symposium: Education, Equality and Social Cohesion: A Comparative Analysis, by A. Green, J. Preston and J. Janmaat, Palgrave MacMillan 2006. British Journal of Sociology of Education, 29(2): pp. 225-236. 4. Mundy, K. (2008). Book Review: Full Circle: A Life with Hong Kong and China by Ruth Hayhoe. Asia Pacific Journal of Education. 28(2): pp. 209-210. 5. Mundy, K. (2006). Book Review: Constructing Education for Development: International Organizations and Education for All by Colette Chabbott. Comparative Education Review 50(2), pp. 296-297. 6. Mundy, K. (1997). Book Review: Crossing Lines: Research and Policy Networks for Developing Country Education, edited by N. McGinn. Comparative Education Review 41(3), pp. 341-343. Karen Mundy CV p. 9
  10. 10. Selected Technical Reports and Evaluations1. Mundy, K. (2010). An Appraisal of the Hewlett-Gates Foundation Grant-Making for Civil Society-Initiated Advocacy under its Quality Basic Education in Developing Countries Program. Flora and William Hewlett Foundation, Palo Alto California. (42 pages).2. Mundy, K. and Haggerty, M. (2010, September). The Global Campaign for Education, January 2008 to February 2010: A Review. Palo Alto CA: Hewlett Foundation. (97 pages).[Lead author with student].3. Mundy, K. and Stalker, C. (2010, May). Civil Society Advocacy Capacity: Uganda Case Study: Hewlett Foundation Advocacy Appraisal for Quality Education. Palo Alto CA: Hewlett Foundation. (45 pages).4. Mundy, K. and Manion, C. (2010, July). A Review of U.S.-Based Civil Society Advocacy for Quality Basic Education in Developing Countries. Palo Alto CA: Hewlett Foundation. (63 pages).[Lead author with student].5. Kerr, K. and K. Mundy. (November 2010). Improving Access and Quality of Basic Education through Aid Effective Approaches. Canadian International Development Agency. (29 pages).6. Frederiksen, B, B. Herz and K. Mundy. (February 2010). Quality Enhancement Review of the World Bank’s Education Portfolio in the Africa Region. World Bank Education Anchor Unit, Human Development Network. (32 pages).7. Mundy, K. (2009). African Education Sector Portfolio Review . Technical report prepared for the World Bank. Washington, D.C.: The World Bank. November 2009. (32 pages).8. Kerr, K., K. Mundy and N. Truong. (2009).The ODA Accountability Act and the Right to Education: Implications for Canadian Aid to Education. Paper prepared for the CCIC and the Canadian Global Campaign for Education, available at http://www.cgce.ca/research-policy/. (21 pages).9. Mundy, K. & Haggerty, M. (2008). Education SWAPs in Africa: Lessons for CSOs. Monograph prepared for the International Forum on Civil Society and Aid Effectiveness: a Multi-Stakeholder Dialogue. Gatineau Quebec, February 3-6, 2008. Available at: http://www.ccic.ca/_files/en/what_we_do/002_aid_02- 2008_case_study_education_swap.pdf (9 pages).10. Mundy, K. (2007, July). Basic Education, Civil Society Participation and the New Aid Architecture: Lessons from Burkina Faso, Kenya, Mali, and Tanzania. Research report with four country case studies prepared for the Policy Branch of the Canadian International Development Agency.11. Cherry, S. & K. Mundy (2007). Civil Societyand the Governance of Basic Education. Country Case Study: Mali. Ottawa: Canadian International Development Agency and the IDRC. (40 pages). http://www.rocare.org/2007%20Civil%20society%20&%20educational%20governance%20Mali.pdf12. Haggerty, M, C. Manion & K. Mundy (2007). Civil Society and the Governance of Basic Education Tanzania: Country Field Study. Ottawa: Canadian International Development Agency and the IDRC.(40 pages).13. Sivasubramanium, M. & K. Mundy (2007). Civil Society and the Governance of Basic Education : Kenya Country Field Study. Ottawa: Canadian International Development Agency and the IDRC. Karen Mundy CV p. 10
  11. 11. 14. Mundy, K. (2006, January). Civil Society Participation and the Governance of Educational Systems in the Context of Sector-Wide Approaches to Basic Education. Paper prepared for the Policy Branch of the Canadian International Development Agency.15. Poulson, N, M. Haggerty and K. Mundy. (2006). Every Child Needs a Teacher! Global Action Week 2006 Curriculum Package. Toronto: Canadian Global Campaign for Education16. Mundy, K. (2005, July). Education. In Canada at the G8: Time to Act for Africa. Backgrounder prepared for the Canadian Council for International Cooperation.17. Mundy, K. (2005, January). Governance Dimensions of Sector Wide Approaches to Educational Reform. Paper prepared for the Policy Branch of the Canadian International Development Agency.18. Mundy, K. & Murphy, L. (2002, September). New Roles of INGOs in the Education for All Movement. Assessment for the UNESCO High Level Working Group on Basic Education. Paris: UNESCO.19. Mundy, K. (1999, July). CIDA and Education: the Challenge of a New Direction. Paper prepared for the Policy Branch of the Canadian International Development Agency, July 23, 1999.20. Moulton, J., Mundy, K., Welmond, L. & Williams, J. (1999). The Implementation of Systemic Educational Reforms in Africa: Comparing Malawi, Uganda and Benin and Ethiopia. Technical Report 19. Washington DC: United States Agency for International Development, Bureau for Africa. http://www.dec.org/pdf_docs/PNACL477.pdf21. Mundy, K. (1999). The Implementation of Educational Reform in Malawi, 1985-1998. Technical Report 19. Washington DC: United States Agency for International Development, Bureau for Africa.22. Mundy, K. & Kittle, B. (1997, February). Zimbabwe School Health and Nutrition Assessment. Technical Report prepared for the Education Development Council and the Zimbabwe Ministries of Health and Education.23. Mundy, K. (1996, June). Lessons Learned from CIDA’s Education and Human Resources Development Activities, 1980-1993. Technical Report Prepared for the Political and Social Policies Division, Policy Branch, Canadian International Development Agency.24. Mundy, K. (1995, February). CIDA and Sustainable Human Development. Background Paper for the CCIC Policy Development Workshop on Implementing Sustainable Human Development.25. Mundy, K. (1994, June). Project Proposal Assessments: Zambia Health Sector Reform Project and Circo Da Paz in Mozambique. Ottawa: Canadian International Development Agency.26. Mundy, K. (1994, July). A Review of the Ministry of Agriculture and Water Training Program. Ottawa: Canadian International Development Agency.27. Mundy, K. (1993, September). Defining Human Resources Development in the Canadian Aid Context. Paper prepared for the Social and Human Resources Development Division of the Canadian International Development Agency.28. Mundy, K. (1991). Training for South Africa: A report on the Training Program of the SAETF. Ottawa: SAETF. Karen Mundy CV p. 11
  12. 12. 29. Mundy, K. (1990). Programming for Women: A needs assessment for the South Africa Education Trust Fund. Ottawa: SAETF.Parliamentary TestimonyKevin Watkins and Karen Mundy. March 25, 2010: Standing Committee on Foreign Affairs and International Development. [On Canada’s role in the achievement of education for all]. Available in the Hansard: http://www2.parl.gc.ca/HousePublications/Publication.aspx?DocId=4382405&Language=E&Mode=1& Parl=40&Ses=3#T1200INVITED LECTURES (Selected – 2007-present)2011. The World Bank and the Private Provision of Education: Organized Hypocrisy? Invited lecture, University of Bremen.2011. Civil Society and the Achievement of Education for All. Invited Public Lecture: Azim Premji University. August 25, 2011. Bangalore, India. Available online at: www.azimpremjiuniversity.edu.in/Civil- society2010. Understanding International and Transnational Policy Processes in Education (Invited Lecture). International Conference on the Mission of Educational Research in the Changing Societies; 30th Anniversary of Peking University Graduate Faculty of Education. Beijing: Peking University November 3-4, 2010. http://english.pku.edu.cn/News_Events/News/Global/7346.htm2010. Global Governance in the Field of Education: The Role of Multilateralism and New Actors in the Achievement of Education for All. (Invited Presentation) Beijing Forum 2010: The Harmony of Civilizations and Prosperity for All Commitments and Responsibilities for a Better World November 5-7, 2010. Beijing, China2010. Canary in the Coal Mine: What "Education for All” Can Teach Us About the Global Development Agenda. Keynote Lecture and Invited Scholar in Residence, Interdisciplinary Perspectives on International Development (IPID) Series, University of Minnesota, May 9-11, 2010. Available online at: https://mediamill.cla.umn.edu/mediamill2/download.php?file=723992010. Civil Society Advocacy in the Global Governance of Education: Reflections on the Global Campaign for Education. Invited Public Lecture.AMIDst/University of Amsterdam Symposium: Civil Society Advocacy and Education for All, Amsterdam, February 4, 2010. Available online at: http://educationanddevelopment.wordpress.com/2010/05/07/karen-mundy-on-csos-and-education/2009. “Connecting Research to Practice in Our Work on Education For All.” Annual Learning Forum of the Canadian Global Campaign for Education, co-sponsored by the Canadian Society for the Study of Education (CSSE), the Comparative and International Education Society of Canada (CIESC), and the Canadian International Development Agency, Congress of Humanities and Social Sciences, Carleton University, Ottawa, May 22, 2009.2009. “Global Governance and the EFA Goals” Invited lecture, Research to Policy: Conference on Educational Equity. Institute for Health and Social Policy, McGill University. May 1, 2009.2009. “Civil society, governance and the achievement of EFA.” Invited lecture, Séminaires interuniversitaires/Inter-university seminar , Département dadministration et fondements de léducation, Karen Mundy CV p. 12
  13. 13. Université de Montréal & the Faculty of Education, McGill University. March 27, 2009.2009 “Global Governance, Civil Society, Education for All” Keynote Lecture, Annual Education Graduate Students Conference, Faculty of Education, McGill University, March 13, 2009.2009 “Civil Society, Education and Development” Public Lecture, Debalie Centre, Amsterdam. Sponsored by the Institute of Metropolitan and International Development Studies at the University of Amsterdam, and the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Directorate-general of International Cooperation of the Netherlands. January 29, 2009, (6-8) pm.2009. “Unfortunately Necessary or Inherently Desirable? The World Bank, the IFC and Public Private Partnerships in Education” Invited Presentation. Seminar on Public Private Partnerships in Education: New Actors and Modes of Governance in A Globalized World, Hosted by University of Amsterdam, Amsterdam Institute for Metropolitan and International Development Studies, and the IS Academie. (Friday) January 30, 2009. http://educationanddevelopment.wordpress.com/publications/ppps-seminar/2008 “Civil society and Education for All” Public Seminar, Centre for Learning and Life Chances in Knowledge Economies and Societies at the Institute of Education, University of London. Friday November 28, 2008.2008 “Education for All in Conflict Affected States: Key Challenges for Canada” Discussion Paper Presentation. Learning Forum on Education for Children in Conflict Affected States, Conference sponsored by CIDA, CGCE and Foreign Affairs, held at the International Development Research Centre, Ottawa, April 28, 2008. http://cgce.squarespace.com/storage/research-papers/2008-04-EFA- CAFS-Challenges4Canada-Mundy.pdf2008 “Education for All and Canada’s Performance.” Invited speech, Canadian Launch of the UNESCO Global Monitoring Report. Sponsored by the Department of Foreign Affairs, the Canadian Commission for UNESCO, CIDA and the Canadian Global Campaign for Education. Ottawa, February 4, (11-1) pm,2007 “Global Governance and Educational Change.” Invited University Lecture (open to all students), Stockholm University, Sweden. December 5, 2007.2007 “Civil Society and Education for All: Lessons from Sub Saharan Africa.” Invited lecture, International Institute of Education, Stockholm University, Sweden, December 4, 2007.2007 “Competing Paradigms for Under-standing Civil Society and its Role in the Achievement of Education for All” Invited guest lecture, Symposium: Frontiers of International Educational Research, Humboldt University, Berlin, November 30- December 1, 2007.2007 “Education for all the Global Governors” Invited paper presentation, Institute for Global and International Studies, Elliot School of International Affairs, The George Washington University. Washington, D.C., November 17, 2007.2007 “Nested Regimes and Networked Compacts: Making sense of civil society engagement in Education for All,” Invited guest lecture for the UNESCO Education for All Global Monitoring Report, Paris: UNESCO, October 9, 2007.2007 “Civil Society and Education in Africa in the Context of Sector Programs: Findings and Policy Options from a Four Country Study” Invited presentation for the Global Action Week Research Roundtable. Sponsored by CIDA and the Canadian Global Campaign for Education. Ottawa, April 30, 2007. Karen Mundy CV p. 13
  14. 14. 2007 "Are Children in Conflict the Last in Line for Canadian Aid?" Invited Presentation to the "Education: Casualty of War" Forum, Hosted by Save the Children International and Save the Children Canada Toronto, Munk Centre for International Studies, April 23, 2007.2007. “Education for All: Who are its global governors?” Invited paper presentation, Symposium II: "Who Are the Global Governors." Elliott School of International Affairs, George Washington University. Washington D.C., November 16-17 2007.CONFERENCE PAPERS & PRESENTATIONS (2007 to present)2010. “Reaching the Marginalized: A Review and Reflections on the UNESCO EFA Global Monitoring Report.” Annual meeting of the Comparative and International Education Society. March 1-5, 2010. Chicago.2009. “The ODA Accountability Act and the Right to Education: Implications for Canadian Aid to Education. Paper presented at the Conference on the Future of Canadian ODA: Implementing the ODA Accountability Act, Canadian Council For International Cooperation. Ottawa. September 30, 2009.2009. “UNESCO and higher education: Opportunity or impasse? Karen Mundy (OISE / University of Toronto); Meggan Madden (OISE / University of Toronto). Annual Meeting of the Comparative and International Education Society, Charleston South Carolina, March 22, 2009.2009. “Institutionalizing Comparative and International Education: Debates and Challenges.” Annual Meeting of the Comparative and International Education Society, Charleston South Carolina, March 22, 2009.2008. “Education for all and the global governors.” International Studies Association Special Workshop: “Who governs the globe?” 49th Annual Convention of the International Studies Association, San Francisco CA, March 25, 2008.2008. “Education SWAps in Africa: Lessons for CSOs”. Presentation to the International Forum on Civil society and Aid Effectiveness: a Multi-Stakeholder Dialogue, hosted by the OECD-Development Assistance Committee and CIDA Advisory Group on Aid Effectiveness. Gatineau Quebec, February 4, 2008.2008. “Education for All and the MDGs: Keeping Canada’s Commitments” Invited Presentation at the 25th Annual World Affairs Conference: Keeping the Promise? The United Nations and Millennium Development Goals. Tuesday February 12, 2008.2007. “Civil Society and Education in the Context of Sector Wide Programs of Educational Aid” Panel chair and presenter, International Studies SIG, American Educational Research Association Meetings, Chicago, April 10, 2007.2007. “International and Transnational Actors in Education: A review of policy research” Paper presented at the AERA Roundtable Session on the Handbook of Education Policy Research. Annual Meetings of the American Educational Research Association, Chicago, April 10, 2007.2007. "Global Governance: The idea and its value for educators" Paper prepared for the Annual Meetings of the Comparative, International Education Society, Baltimore, Maryland, February 25-March 1, 2007. Karen Mundy CV p. 14
  15. 15. 2007. “Charting Global Education in Canadian Elementary Education.” Paper presented on the Panel “Engaging with complexity: Educating for global citizenship", Annual Meetings of the Comparative, International Education Society, Baltimore, Maryland, February 25-March 1, 2007.MEDIA Embassy Magazine. (2011, November 22). “Education For All: A Canadian Vocation.” http://www.embassymag.ca/dailyupdate/view/education_for_all_a_canadian_vocation_11-22-2011 Time Magazine. (2003, September). "Canadas Best: Education" Featured Article on Karen Mundy Globe and Mail. (2005, April 25). "Missing the Mark" - Interviewed on Canadian aid to education. TVO (Ontario). (2005, April 28). More to Life Programme: Interview with Karen Mundy and Christophe Zoungrana on the Global Campaign for Education Education Week. (2005, September). "World Bank Today" Interview for article on the World Bank CBC Unlocked. (2005, September). Karen Mundy on James Tooley’s Private schools for the poor. Interview by Avril Benoit Embassy Magazine. (2005, October). Interview and profile on Karen Mundy IDRC Reports Magazine. (2004, April). "Global Governance and Global Education” Researcher Profile, Interview with Karen Mundy. Available online at: http://www.idrc.ca/en/ev-95710-201-1-DO_TOPIC.htmlRESEARCH GRANTS AWARDED GRANTING BODY TITLE ROLE DATES VALUE March 2011 SSHRC Standard Research Grant PI 2010- $109,932 2013 November Open Society Institute The World Bank and the Privatization PI 2010- $25,000 2010 of Education: History, Policies and 2011 (US). Practices May 2008 SSHRC Canada Research Chair (Renewal) Principal 2008- $500,000 Investigator 2013 March 2008 Canada Foundation for Canada Foundation for Innovation Principal 2008- $150,271 Innovations Investigator 2010 April 2006 Academic Technology Comparative Education: Issues for Principal 2006-7 $11,200 Initiatives Fund Teachers Investigator 2005/6 CIDA: Global “Send our Friends a Teacher” + Principal 2006-7 $54,000 2006/7 Classroom Initiative “Education is a Human Right Investigator 2005-6 $54,000 January CIDA Civil society and Education Policy Principal 2006-7 2006 Field Cases from Africa: Tanzania, Investigator $75,000 Kenya and Burkina Faso Case Studies January IDRC Civil Society as Policy Actors: Principal 2006/7 $25,000 2006 Mali Case study Investigator September UNICEF Canada Charting the Global Education Principal 2005- $75,000 2005 Landscape in Canada Investigator 2006 January Canadian International Canadian Global Campaign for Principal 2005-6 $50,800 2005 Development Agency Education Investigator May 2005 Canadian International Civil society participation in Principal 2005 $55,000 Development Agency education sector reforms: Background Investigator and the IDRC cases April 2003 Gorbachev Citizenship Education in Tula Co-PI 2003/4 $150,000 Foundation/CIDA Province Karen Mundy CV p. 15
  16. 16. AWARDED GRANTING BODY TITLE ROLE DATES VALUE April 2003 Social Sciences and The Politics of International Principal 2003- $149,000 Humanities Research Organization and Cooperation in the Investigator 2007 Council of Canada Field of Education November Canada Foundation for “Global Governance and Educational Principal 2003- 2003 Innovation and the Change” Investigator 2007 245,000 Ontario Innovation Fund August 2003 UNESCO Non-governmental Advocacy in the Co- 2002- US $ Education for All Effort: An Update investigator 2003 6,000 (Research synthesis) 2002 Spencer Foundation Teaching International and Co- 2002- US $ Comparative Education investigator 2003 6,000 2001 Spencer Foundation “Education for All on an International Principal 2001- US $ Stage” Investigator 2003 35,000 2000 Hewlett Foundation “Child Labor in a New Era” Co- 2000- US $ investigator 2002 75,000 1998 Africa Bureau, United “Paradigm Lost” The Politics of Co- 1998- US $ States Agency for Educational Reform in Five Sub- investigator 2000 150,000 International Saharan African Countries Development 1998 National Academy of Postdoctoral Fellowship, Principal 1999- US $ Education and the “Educational Multilateralism and Investigator 2000 45,000 Spencer Foundation World Order” 1996 Hewlett Foundation “International cooperation in Principal 1996 US $ Education” (International Studies Investigator 5,000 Award for Instructional Innovation) 1995 SSHRC (Canada) Post-Doctoral Fellowship declined 1994 International The Politics of Foreign Aid for Principal 1994/95 Development Research Education” Young Canadian Investigator 15,000 Centre (Canada) Researchers AwardTEACHING1. Courses Taught at OISE-UT  AEC 3180: Global Governance and Educational Change [GRADUATE]  CIE 1001: Introduction to International, Comparative and Development Education [GRADUATE]  CIE 1002: Practicum in Comparative, International and Development Education [GRADUATE]  EDU5594: “Comparative and International Education: Issues for Teachers” [PRE-SERVICE COURSE]2. Courses Taught at Stanford University School of Education  The Politics of International Cooperation in Education  International Education Policy Workshop  Masters Monograph Preparation Seminar  Politics of Education in Comparative Perspective Karen Mundy CV p. 16
  17. 17.  Introduction to International, Comparative and Development Education  Educational Change in Africa: Historical, Sociological and Political Dimensions GRADUATE ADVISING AND SUPERVISION Completed Theses Supervised* Name Degree Year1. Emily Antze MA 2011 “They Should Stand on Their Own Feet”: Mothers’ Accounts of Education, School Choice and Their Children’s Uncertain Futures in Varanasi, India"2. Caroline Manion Phd 2010 Girls Education as a Means or End of Development? A Case Study of Gender Equality in Education Policy Knowledge and Action in The Gambia3. Francine Menashy Phd 2010 Education as a Private or a Global Public Good: Competing Conceptual Frameworks and their Power at the World Bank4. Zahra Bhanji Phd 2009 Transnational private authority in education policy: A case study of Microsoft Corporation in Jordan and South Africa5. Terence Frater Phd 2008 Jamaicas Higher Education Commitment Under the GATS: A Case Study of the Shaping of Policy6. Megan Haggerty MA 2007 Strategies and successes in influencing education policy change: A case study of the Tanzanian Education Network (TEN/MET)7. Sara McGinty MA 2007 Education and HIV/AIDS: Understanding of the Issues In the Teaching of HIV/AIDS For Namibian Pre-Service Teachers8. Suzanne Cherry MA 2007 The quality of civil society participation in national education sector policy processes: A case study of Mali9. Kim Kerr M.Ed [QRP] 2007 Operationalizing Rights-Based Approaches: Comparative Review of the Approach of Two International NGOs10. Lynn Murphy Phd 2005 Transnational advocacy in education, changing roles for NGOs: Stanford Examining the construction of a global campaign and its effects on "Education for All" in Uganda11. Lisa Griffin Phd 2004 Immigrant schoolgirl: Making the American dream the Hmong way Stanford12. Cheryl Richardson Phd 2001 The lives of Kenyan women teachers, 1963--1992: Perspectives on Stanford the role and meaning of education and teaching. In addition to thesis listed above I supervised 35 Masters research papers while at Stanford University School of Education. Theses Currently Under Supervision Name Degree Year Title1. Kara Janigan Phd Current Factors hindering or limiting girls’ secondary school experiences and opportunities in rural Tajikistan: What difference did the girls’ education project make?2. Nadya Weber Phd Current Global education in Canada and the United Kingdom: A comparative study of the global education practices of international non-governmental organizations3. Malini Sivasubramaniam Phd Current Parental decision-making structures and social capital in low- fee private schools in Kenya4. Bronwen Magrath Phd Current Transnational Policy Advocacy and Strategy in the Adult Literacy Movement5. Gary Pluim Phd Current Youth participation in multi-level programs of the Haitian reconstruction6. Mona Ghali Phd Current Education and (In)security: CIDAs educational policies in Karen Mundy CV p. 17
  18. 18. conflict affected states, 1990-2010.7. Sally Hooper Phd Current Small Spaces for Meaningful Participation in Democratic Life? A Community’s Perspectives of Their Involvement in an Early Childhood Education and Care Program in a South African Township8. Neville Panthake Phd Current "The Role of Civil Society Organizations in Indian Education Reform". Thesis Committee Membership (Current) Name Degree Year Thesis Title1. Kirk Perris Phd Current Online learning in the open university systems of India and China: A comparison of responses to globalization2. Meggan Madden Phd Current Exploring Higher Education Regionalization through a Study of the Asia Pacific Quality Network3. Tiitsetso Russel Phd Current The Experiences of Foreign Trained Black Lawyers in Ontario: I am a Lawyer! Am I a Lawyer? An Odyssey!4. Sameena Eidoo Phd Current If you witness and evil act, you should stop it with your hand-- Citizenship learning and engagement of Muslim activist youth in Toronto, Canada5. Katherine Madjidi Phd Current Cultivating Transformative Learning for the Great Turning: A Case Study of the Ecology of Leadership Program at the Regenerative Design Institute6. Kazi Arif Anwar Phd Current Non-literate and low-literate mobile phone users: Do they acquire literacy?"7. Jadie McDonnell MA Current Examining Ghanaian Proverbs as Pedagogical Tools for Development Thesis Committee Membership (Completed Theses) Name Degree Year Title1. Robyn Read MA 2011 Knowledge Mobilization at the World Bank: A bibliometric analysis of World Bank publications on public-private partnerships in education2. Lyndsay Hayhurst Phd 2011 “Governing” the “Girl Effect” through Sport, Gender and [Physical Development? Postcolonial Girlhoods, Constellations of Aid Education] and Global Corporate Social Engagement3. Anne Wong Phd 2009 Anesthesia in Thailand and Canada: A comparative case study of two residency training programs4. Gary Pluim MA 2009 Prospects for education for development in Canada: The role of small non-governmental organizations from the perspectives of their directors5. Grace Munroe Phd 2010 Parental Involvement in Education in Jamaica: Exploring the Factors that Affect the Decisions of Parents to Become Involved in the Education of their Children6. Eynolah Ahmadi-Bidhendi Phd 2008 The Effects of Employment Facilitation Programs on the Integration of Immigrants into the Professional Job Market of the GTA: An Analysis of Program Effects on Improving the Employability Prospect of the Trainees7. Obed Mfum-Mensah Phd 2003 The impact of non-formal basic education programs: A case study of northern Ghana8. Annick Corbeil MA 2006 The experiences of international students in transnational higher education programs in Singapore9. Natalie Poulson MA 2007 Civil society and indigenous language education in Bangladesh: Language education as an international development activity10. Chris Bjork PhD 2000 Educational decentralization in Indonesia: An ethnographic study of local responses to national policy11. Keiko Inoue 2003 Vive la patiente! Discourse analysis of the global expansion of Karen Mundy CV p. 18
  19. 19. health as a human right12. Clementina Acedo PhD 1999 Justice in development: A philosophical analysis with implications for social and educational policy13. Nancy Kendall PhD 2004 Global policy in practice: The "successful failure" of free primary education in Malawi14. Luis Benveniste PhD 2000 The politics of student testing: A comparative analysis of national assessment systems in Southern Cone countries15. Jennifer Chan PhD 2001 The rise of a womens human rights epistemic network: Global norms and local education redefining gender politics in Japan16. Michel Welmond Phd 2000 Teacher identity in Africa: The case of the Republic of Benin Postdoctoral Research Supervised Name Fellowship Years Title of Project Sarah Dryden Peterson SSHRC Postdoctoral 2009- The role of schools, churches, and nonprofits in the integration Fellow 2011 of immigrants and refugees in Uganda Francine Menashy Ontario Ministry of 2010- The World Bank and Privatization in Education: History, Research and 2011 Policies Practices Innovation; and the SSHRC Jazira Asinova Postdoctoral CIDE 2006- Educational reform in transition countries fellow and Visiting 2007 scholar Melissa White CIDE Postdoctoral 2005 The Educational Dimensions of Canadian Foreign Policy and Fellow Education. ADMINISTRATION AND SERVICE Key administrative roles at OISE and the University of Toronto  Director, Comparative, International and Development Education Centre, 2004-2011  Co-Director, Collaborative Graduate Degree Program in Comparative, International and Development Education, 2004-2011  Chair, Adult Education and Community Development Program Planning Committee 2010 -2011.  Responsible for AEC Sessional hiring (with Sharhzad Mojab): approximately 35 courses in 2010/2011.  OISE Faculty Representative, Dynamics of Global Change Collaborative Degree, Munk School of Global Affairs.  Cross-appointed Faculty Member, Munk School of Global Affairs Committees at OISE  Member, Tenure Promotion Committee, Professor Creso Sa, Department of Theory and Policy Studies (TPS), (2010-2011).  Annual Progress through the Ranks [ PTR} Review Committee (2010, 2011).  Member, Dean’s Advisory Committee on Student Funding (2008/09).  Member, Hiring Committee. Faculty Position in Sociology and Equity Studies in Education (SESE), (2008).  Reading Committee, Teaching, Promotions Committee for Shahrzad Mojab, Department of Adult Education and Counselling Psychology (AECP), (2006). Karen Mundy CV p. 19
  20. 20.  Member, Tenure Review Committee, Rose Folsom, Department of Sociology and Equity Studies in Education (SESE), (Spring 2006). Member, Graduate Collaborative Degree in Education Policy Studies (2009-present). Member, Committee on International Strategy for OISE/UT: Regular meetings of Dean’s Advisory Committee and input into development of OISE/UT international strategy (2002-2005). Member, Hiring Committee for Comparative and International Curriculum, Teaching and Learning Assistant Professor Position. Department of Curriculum, Teaching and Learning. January-June 2005. Member, Hiring Committee for Comparative and International Higher Education Position, [open rank] TPS, (January-June 2004). Member, Committee for Development Studies Programs. Munk Centre for International Studies (2002- present). Member, Program Planning Committee. AECP, OISE/UT, (2002 to present). Faculty Liaison for Extramural Instructors. AECP, OISE/UT (2003). Member, Tenure Review Committee, Daniel Schugurensky, AECP, OISE/UT, (2002-2003).Service at Stanford University School of Education (1996-2002) Member, Faculty Advisory Committee, Bechtel International Centre (1996 to 2002). Member, Committee on African Studies (January 1996 to 2002). Stanford Feminist Studies Committee (January 1996 to 2002). Participation included a presentation at the Feminist Studies Faculty colloquium, review of essays for the Rosaldo-Lopez Undergraduate Award. Stanford University School of Education (SUSE) Committee on Educational Policy, 1997-2000. Member, SUSE Educational Organizations Faculty Search Committee, (1997-1998). Director, Masters Program International and Comparative Education, 1996. SUSE Technology Committee Member (academic year 1996/1997). Reader, Foreign Language Scholarship Awards, African Studies (1997, 1998). Reader, Rosaldo Thesis Award, Feminist Studies (1998).SERVICE TO THE ACADEMIC COMMUNITYExternal Assessor (Degrees and Promotions) External Assessor. September 2011. Tenure and Promotion Case of Assistant Professor in Comparative and International Education at the University of Minnesota. External Assessor. October 2011. Tenure and Promotion Case of Assistant Professor in Comparative and International Education at the Teachers College, Columbia University. External Examiner. 2006. PhD examination, Mobpati Mino PELLO, Melbourne School of Graduate Research, University of Melbourne, Australia.Editorial Board Memberships International Journal of Educational Development. International Advisory Board. (2009- present ). Karen Mundy CV p. 20
  21. 21.  Compare: Journal of Comparative Education. Editorial Board. (British Comparative and International Education Society). (2008-2014). Globalization, Societies, Education, Editorial Board. (2002-present). American Journal of Educational Research. Editorial Board. (2002-2005). Southern African Review of Education. Board of Advisors, Journal of the Southern African Comparative and History of Education Society. (2000- 2005).Regular Article Reviewer: Comparative Education Review Review of International Political Economy Canadian Journal of Education Globalization. Societies, Education American Journal of Educational Research International Journal of Educational Development.Professional Memberships American Educational Research Association European Comparative Education Society Canadian Comparative Education Society Comparative International Education Society (U.S.) International Studies AssociationService to Academic Societies: AERA and CIES Jackie Kirk Award Committee, Comparative and International Education Society, 2009-2011. George Bereday Committee for Best Article in the field, Comparative and International Education Society, 2005-2006 Board Member, Comparative and International Education Society, 1994-1997. International Relations Committee, American Educational Research Association. 1998-2002. New Scholars Committee Co-Chair, Comparative and International Education Society, 1994-1997.Other Service Elected representative (shared with Sarah Dryden Peterson) International Network for Education in Emergencies, 2011 to present. Policy Advisory Group, Canadian Council for International Cooperation. 2011 – Present. (CCIC is a coalition that represents Canadian international development NGOs and organizations). Member of the Advisory Board, Room to Read (R2R). San Francisco California. R2R is a not for profit specializing in literacy and libraries for development. http://www.roomtoread.org/page.aspx?pid=227 Presenter International Forum/ Multi-stakeholder Dialogue on Civil society and Aid Effectiveness, Hosted by the Advisory Group on Civil Society and Aid Effectiveness, Chateau Cartier Hotel, Gatineau, Quebec, February 3-6, 2008. Delegate, Third World Assembly of the Global Campaign for Education, Sao Paulo, Brazil, January 22 to 24, 2008. Representative, Education Sector Commission, Canadian Commission for UNESCO, 2006-2011. Invited Expert, The Paul Gerin-Lajoie International Council. Prospective Study of Basic Education For all. Foundation Paul Gerin-Lajoie. Montreal, April 12-15, 2007. Karen Mundy CV p. 21
  22. 22.  Invited Expert, CIDA Roundtable on Basic Education. (Expert meeting to review CIDAs New Strategy for Basic Education). Ottawa: Monday, November 21, 2005. Overseas Development Assistance Policy Review Committee, Canadian Council for International Co- operation (a national consortium of Canadian development organisations), 1995-1996. Member, Northern Policy Research and Advisory Network on Education and Training (NORRAG), 1994- 2002. Regular contributor to the NORRAG newsletter. Karen Mundy CV p. 22

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