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 Darra Mulderry

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Visiting Faculty

Contact Information:

mulderry@providence.edu
401-865-1745
Ruane Center for the Humanities 130

Education:

Ph.D. - History, Brandeis University
M.A. - Historical Studies, New School for Social Research

Area(s) of Expertise:

History of U.S. Catholics Sisters; Modern European and U.S. Intellectual History

Awards and Honors:

Stanley Hoffman Teaching Prize - Harvard University
Research Fellowship - Cushwa Center for the Study of American Catholicism
Crown Fellowship - Brandeis University

Selected Publications:

Mulderry, Darra. (2015). 'Educating 'Sister Lucy': The Experiential Sources of the Movement to Improve Higher Education for Catholic Teaching Sisters, 1949-1964. U.S. Catholic Historian, 33 (No. 1, Winter 2015)

Recent Presentations:

Mulderry, Darra., Association for Core Texts and Courses, Association for Core Texts, Atlanta, Georgia, ""'Are you Judging me?': J.S. Mill on Interpersonal Critique in a Liberal Society"". April, 2016.

Mulderry, Darra., Association for Core Texts and Courses, ACTC, Atlanta, Georgia, "Women in the Core". April, 2016.

Mulderry, Darra., Society for U.S. Intellectual History, Irvine, CA, "Postwar Émigré Intellectuals and American Catholic Nuns: How Adorno et al's The Authoritarian Personality Transformed U.S. Catholic Sisterhoods ". November, 2013.

Mulderry, Darra., Association for Core Texts and Courses, ACTC, Ottawa, Canada, "How Stories Shape Society: Simone de Beauvoir on Montherlant, Beauty and the Beast, and Groundhog Day". April, 2013.

Mulderry, Darra., Association for Core Texts and Courses, Milwaukee, WI, "Adam Smith on the Co-incidence of Individual and Common Good". March, 2012.