Darra D. Mulderry
Ruane Center for the Humanities 130
Ph.D. – History of American Civilization Brandeis University
M.A. – Historical Studies/Gender and Class Studies New School for Social Research
Director of National and International Fellowships; Associate Director, Center for Engaged Learning; Associate Editor, New England Journal of History
Area(s) of Expertise:
History of U.S. Women Religious; 20th-century U.S. and European Intellectual and Religious History.
Mulderry, D. (2018) Teaching Adam Smith on Wealth, Common Wealth, and Common Good, https://www.coretexts.org/wp-content/uploads/2019/01/18-Annual-Conference-Proceedings_2012.pdf.
Mulderry, D. (2017) “People are Suffering; People are Christ; and We Are Responsible”: Sister Mary Emil Penet’s Crusade for Social Justice Education in the 1950s. The Catholic Historical Review.(103), pp. 725-754.
Mulderry, D. (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),
Mulderry, D. Dominican Colloquium 2016. Consortium of Dominican Colleges, Aquinas College, Michigan – “”From Debutante to Dominican: the Life and Leadership of Sr. Thomasine Cusack”” June, 2016
Mulderry, D. Association for Core Texts and Courses. Association for Core Texts, Atlanta, Georgia – “Paper: ‘Are You Judging Me?’ J.S. Mill on Interpersonal Criticism in a Liberal Society” April, 2016
Mulderry, D. Association for Core Texts and Courses. ACTC, Atlanta, Georgia – “Session: Women in the Core” April, 2016
Mulderry, D. 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, D. 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