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Darra Mulderry

Assistant Professor

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
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., 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 of Core Texts, 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.


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