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Tiffany D. BarnesDepartment of Political ScienceUniversity of Kentucky1615 Patterson Office TowerLexington, KY 40506Phone: (713) 396-6900E-mail: [email protected]: tiffanydbarnes.weebly.comAcademic Appointments Associate Professor of Political Science, University of Kentucky (2017 – present)o Affiliations: Gender and Women’s Studies; Latin American, Caribbean, and Latino Studies Director of Undergraduate Studies, Political Science, University of Kentucky (Fall 2017 – present) Internship Director, Political Science, University of Kentucky (Fall 2017 – present) Assistant Professor of Political Science, University of Kentucky (2012 – 2017)Visiting Appointments Richard E. Greenleaf Scholar-In-Residence, Stone Center for Latin American Studies, Tulane University(Spring 2019) Visiting Scholar, Quality of Government Institute, University of Gothenburg, Sweden (December 2015) Visiting Research Fellow, Kellogg Institute for International Studies, University of Notre Dame (Fall 2013)Education Ph.D. in Political Science, Rice University (May 2012) B.A. in Political Science, Southwestern University, Georgetown, TX (Winter 2004) University of Guanajuato, Guanajuato, Mexico (Summer 2004)Books1. Paxton, Pamela, Melanie M. Hughes, and Tiffany Barnes. 2020. Women, Politics, and Power: A GlobalPerspective, 4th Edition. New York: Rowman and Littlefield.2. Barnes, Tiffany D. 2016. Gendering Legislative Behavior: Institutional Constraints and Collaboration.New York: Cambridge University Press.o Winner of the Alan Rosenthal Prize from the Legislative Studies Section of the AmericanPolitical Science Association.o Reviewed in Perspectives on Politics, Latin American Research Review, and Latin AmericanPolitics and Society.Peer-Reviewed Journal Articles* Indicates a Paper Coauthored with Graduate Student1. Barnes, Tiffany D., and Mirya Holman. Forthcoming. “The Effect of Gender Quotas on LegislativeDiversity.” Journal of Politics.2. *Barnes, Tiffany D., Victoria Beall, and Mirya Holman. Forthcoming. “Pink Collar Representation andPolicy Outcomes in U.S. States.” Legislative Studies Quarterly.3. *Saxton, Gregory, and Tiffany D. Barnes. Forthcoming. “Sex and Ideology: Liberal and ConservativeResponses to Scandal.” Journal of Elections, Public Opinion and Parties.1

4. *Barnes Tiffany D., Victoria Beall, and Erin Cassese. Forthcoming. “American Party Women Redux.”PS: Political Science and Politics.5. *Barnes, Tiffany D., Emily Beaulieu, and Gregory W. Saxton. 2020. “Sex and Corruption: HowIdeology Shapes Voters’ Responses to Scandals.” Politics Groups and Identities 8(1): 103-121.6. *Barnes, Tiffany and Gregory W. Saxton. 2019. “Working-Class Legislators and Perceptions ofRepresentation in Latin America.” Political Research Quarterly 72(4): 910-928.7. Barnes, Tiffany D. and Emily Beaulieu. 2019. “Women Politicians, Institutions, and Perceptions ofCorruption.” Comparative Political Studies 52(1): 134-167.8. Cassese, Erin and Tiffany D. Barnes. 2019. “Reconciling Sexism and Women’s Support for RepublicanCandidates: A Look at Gender, Class, and Whiteness in the 2012 and 2016 Presidential Races.” PoliticalBehavior 41(3): 677-700.9. Barnes, Tiffany D., and Mirya R. Holman. 2019. “Taking Diverse Backgrounds into Account in Studiesof Political Ambition and Representation.” Politics, Groups, and Identities 7(4): 829-841.10. *Barnes, Tiffany D., Tomas Ciocci, and Debora Loporeite. 2019. “Evaluando la Presencia de Mujeresen Gabinetes Sub-nacionales de Argentina (1992- 2016).” Revista de Ciencia Politica 39(1): 1-23.11. Cassese, Erin, and Tiffany D. Barnes. 2019. “Intersectional Motherhood: Investigating Public Supportfor Child Care Subsidies.” Politics Groups and Identities 7(4): 775-793.12. Barnes, Tiffany D., and Diana O’Brien. 2018. “Defending the Realm: The Appointment of FemaleDefense Ministers Worldwide.” American Journal of Political Science 62(2), 355-368.13. *Barnes, Tiffany D., and Gabriela Rangel. 2018. “Subnational Patterns of Participation: CompulsoryVoting and the Conditional Impact of Institutional Design.” Political Research Quarterly 71(4):826841.14. *Barnes, Tiffany D., Emily Beaulieu, and Gregory W. Saxton. 2018. “Restoring Trust in the Police: CanFemale Officers Reduce Suspicions of Corruption?” Governance 31(1): 143-161.15. Barnes, Tiffany D. 2018. “Strategies for Improving Gender Diversity the Methods Community: Insightsfrom Political Methodologists and Social Science Research” PS: Political Science & Politics 51(3): 580587.16. *Branton, Regina P., Ashley English, Samantha Pettey, and Tiffany D. Barnes. 2018. “The Impact ofGender, Quality Opposition, and Partisanship on the Relative Assessment of Candidate Competency.”Electoral Studies 54 (8): 35-43.17. Barnes, Tiffany D. 2018. “La colaboración legislativa de las mujeres y las restricciones institucionales:variaciones entre las provincias argentinas.” Revista SAAP 12(1): 11-44. This article was adapted from my 2016 book: Gendering Legislative Behavior.18. Barnes, Tiffany D., and Erin C. Cassese. 2017. “American Party Women: A Look at the Gender Gapwithin Parties.” Political Research Quarterly 70(1): 127-141. Winner of the Marian Irish Award, Best paper on women and politics presented at the annualmeeting of the Southern Political Science Association in 2016. Winner: Best article published in Political Research Quarterly in 2017.2

19. Barnes, Tiffany D., and Emily Beaulieu. 2017. “Engaging Women: Addressing the Gender Gap inWomen’s Networking and Productivity.” PS: Political Science & Politics 52(2): 461-466.20. *Barnes, Tiffany D., Carolina Tchintian, and Santiago Alles. 2017. “Assessing Ballot Structure and SplitTicket Voting: Evidence from a Quasi-Experiment.” Journal of Politics 79(2): 439-456.21. Barnes, Tiffany D., Regina Branton, and Erin C. Cassese. 2017. “A Re-Examination of Women’sElectoral Success in Open Seat Elections: The Conditioning Effect of Electoral Competition.” Journal ofWomen, Politics, & Policy 38(3): 298-317.22. Barnes, Tiffany D., and Abby Córdova. 2016. “Making Space for Women: Explaining Citizen Supportfor Legislative Gender Quotas in Latin America.” Journal of Politics 78 (3): 670-686. Winner of the Sophonisba Breckinridge Award, Best paper on women and politics presented at theannual meeting of the Midwest Political Science Association in 2016.23. *Barnes, Tiffany D., Jinhyeok Jang, and Jeahoo Park. 2016. “Gender Stereotypes and Election Coveragein South Korea: An Exploratory Analysis in Presidential and Seoul Mayoral Elections.” The Review ofKorean Studies 19(2): 41-73.24. Barnes, Tiffany D., and Jinhyeok Jang. 2016. “How the Size of Governing Coalitions Shape LegislativeBehavior: A subnational analysis of Argentine legislative chambers, 1992–2009.” International AreaStudies Review 19(4): 301-319.25. Cassese, Erin C., Tiffany D. Barnes, and Regina Branton. 2015. “Racializing Gender: Public Opinion atthe Intersection.” Politics & Gender 11 (1): 1-26.26. Barnes, Tiffany D., and Emily Beaulieu. 2014. “Gender Stereotypes and Corruption: How CandidatesAffect Perceptions of Election Fraud.” Politics & Gender 10 (3): 365-391.27. Barnes, Tiffany D. 2014. “Women’s Representation and Legislative Committee Appointments: TheCase of the Argentine Provinces.” Revista Uruguaya de Ciencia Política [Uruguayan Journal ofPolitical Science] 23 (2): 135-163.28. *Barnes, Tiffany D., and Gabriela Rangel. 2014. “Election Law Reform in Chile: The Implementation ofAutomatic Registration and Voluntary Voting.” Election Law Journal 13 (4): 570-582.29. Barnes, Tiffany D., and Stephanie Burchard. 2013. “Engendering Politics: The Impact of DescriptiveRepresentation on Women’s Political Engagement in Sub-Saharan Africa.” Comparative PoliticalStudies 47 (7): 767-790.30. Barnes, Tiffany D. 2012. “Gender and Legislative Preferences: Evidence from the Argentine Provinces.”Politics & Gender 8 (4): 483–507.31. Johnson, Jesse C., and Tiffany D. Barnes. 2011. “Responsibility and the Diversionary Use of Force.”Conflict Management and Peace Science 28 (5): 478-496).32. Barnes, Tiffany D., and Timothy O’Neill. 2006. “Learning to Govern: The Texas Experience.” TheJournal of Political Science 34: 1-36.3

Edited Issues1. Barnes, Tiffany D., and Constanza Schibber. 2020. “Innovations in Data, Measurement, and Methodsfor the Study of Legislative Politics.” The Legislative Scholar 4(1): 2-4.2. Barnes, Tiffany D., and Justin Esarey. (Guest Editors) 2018. “What is a Political Methodologist?:Introduction to the Symposium: What is a Political Methodologist?” PS: Political Science & Politics51(3): 1-3.Book Chapters and Other Short Entries* Indicates a Paper Coauthored with Graduate Student1. Barnes, Tiffany D. and Mirya Holman. Forthcoming. “Essential Work is Gender Segregated; ThisShapes the Gendered Representation of Essential Workers in Political Office.” Social ScienceQuarterly. (Not Peer Reviewed)2. * Barnes, Tiffany D. and Victoria Beall. Forthcoming. “Women in the Plenary: Verbal Participation inthe Argentine Congress.” In Women, Power and Political Representation. University of Toronto Press.Eds. Rose de Geus, Peter Loewen, Elizabeth Goodyear-Grant, and Erin Tolly. (Not Peer Reviewed)3. *Beal, Victoria and Tiffany D. Barnes. 2020. “Mapping Right-Wing Women’s Policy Priorities in LatinAmerica.” Journal of Women, Politics, & Policy 41(1): 36-65. (Not Peer Reviewed)4. *Barnes, Tiffany D. and Victoria Beall. Forthcoming. “Gender Quotas.” In Voting and PoliticalRepresentation in America: Issues and Trends. ABC-CLIO. Editor, Mark P. Jones. (Not Peer Reviewed)5. *Barnes, Tiffany D. and Victoria Beall. Forthcoming. “Descriptive vs. Substantive Representation.” InVoting and Political Representation in America: Issues and Trends. ABC-CLIO. Editor, Mark P. Jones.(Not Peer Reviewed)6. *Barnes, Tiffany D., Victoria Beall Gregory W. Saxton, and Dakota Thomas. Forthcoming. “Women’sPolitical Activism and Civic Engagement in Latin America in Latin America.” In Oxford Bibliographiesin Political Science. New York: Oxford University Press. (Peer Reviewed)7. *Barnes, Tiffany D., Gregory W. Saxton, and Dakota Thomas. “Los estudios sobre género y política enAmérica Latina” In La política comparada en América Latina. Eds. Simón Pachano and SantiagoBasabe. (Not Peer Reviewed)8. *Barnes, Tiffany D., Gregory W. Saxton, and Dakota Thomas. 2018. “Women’s Representation in LatinAmerica” In Oxford Bibliographies in Political Science. New York: Oxford University Press. (PeerReviewed)9. Barnes, Tiffany D., and Mark P. Jones. 2018. “Women’s Representation in the Argentine National andSubnational Governments.” In Ed. Leslie Schwindt-Bayer. Women, Representation, and Politics in LatinAmerica. New York: Oxford University Press, 121-139. (Peer Reviewed)10. Barnes, Tiffany D., and Michelle Taylor-Robinson. 2018. “Women Cabinet Ministers andEmpowerment of Women: Are the two Related?” In Ed. Amy Alexander, Catherine Bolzendahl, FaridaJalalzai. Measuring Women’s Political Empowerment across the Globe: Strategies, Challenges and4

Future Research. Basingstoke, UK: Palgrave Macmillan, 229-255. (Not Peer Reviewed)11. Barnes, Tiffany D., and Mark P. Jones. 2011. “Latin America.” In Women in Executive Power: A GlobalOverview, eds. Gretchen Bauer and Manon Tremblay. New York: Routledge, 105-21. (Peer Reviewed)Manuscripts in Progress* Indicates a Paper Coauthored with Graduate Student1. Santiago Alles, Tiffany D. Barnes, and Carolina Tchintian. “The Representational Consequences ofBallot Design: Evidence from Electronic Voting Reform in Argentina.” (Book Manuscript) Under Contract with Cambridge University Press.2. Barnes, Tiffany D., Yann Kerevel and Gregory W. Saxton. “Working Class Inclusion: Presence,Politics, and Evaluations of Representative Institutions.” (Book Manuscript) First draft complete. Preparing for submission in Summer/Fall 2020.3. Barnes, Tiffany D. and Diana Z. O’Brien. Women as Leaders, Policy-Makers, and Symbols in the InnerCabinet (Book Manuscript). Supported by the National Science Foundation.4. *Armstrong, Brenna, Tiffany D. Barnes, Diana Z. O’Brien, and Michelle Taylor-Robinson. “Corruption,Accountability, and Women’s Access to Power.” Under Review5. *Armstrong, Brenna, Tiffany D. Barnes, Diana Z. O’Brien, and Michelle Taylor-Robinson. “WomenFinance Ministers in Global Perspective.” Presented at the annual meeting of the American Political Science Association in 2019.6. Barnes, Tiffany D., and Carolina Tchintian. “Women’s Electoral Success in Open List PR: The Impactof Ballot Placement.”7. Barnes, Tiffany D., and Constanza F. Schibber. “The Impact of Institutional Design on Women’sCommittee Appointments.” Winner of Carrie Chapman Catt Prize for Research on Women and Politics, Iowa State, 2015.Book Reviews1. Barnes, Tiffany D. 2017. Review: Women, Politics, and Democracy in Latin America (Eds. TomášDošek, Flavia Freidenberg, Mariana Caminotti, and Betilde Muñoz-Pogossin) Gender & Development.2. Barnes, Tiffany D. 2017. Review: Contagious Representation: Women’s Political Representation inDemocracies around the World. (Frank C. Thames and Margaret S. Williams) American Review ofPolitics.3. Barnes, Tiffany D. 2015. Review: Gender and Political Recruitment: Theorizing Institutional Change.(Meryl Kenny) Perspectives on Politics 13 (2): 566-567.Other Publications1. “Women in the Fight Against Corruption.” In A Snapshot of the Status of Women in Brazil. BrazilInstitute, Wilson Center. Editors, Edited by Anna Prusa and Lara Picanço. (April 19, 2019).5

the-status-women-brazil-20192. “Four Things You Need to Know about Women Voters.” With Erin C. Cassese and Heather Ondercin.Gender Watch 2018. Barbara Lee Family Foundation and The Center for American Women and Politics.(October 2, 2018). now-women-voters/3. “How ‘hostile sexism’ came to shape our politics.” With Erin C. Cassese and Mirya R. Holman. TheWash