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Anne Mulvey


Anne Mulvey
Anne Mulvey, Ph.D.Professor Emerita
  • College
    College of Fine Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences
  • Department
    Psychology
  • Phone
    (978) 934-3965
  • Email

Research Interests

Community psychology and women's studies.

Education

  • Ph D: Social Personality Psychology, (1979), City University of New York - New York, NY
  • MA: Psychology, (1973), Hunter College - New York, NY
  • BA: Psychology, (1968), Barat College - Lake Forest, IL

Selected Awards and Honors

  • Fellow (2004) - Society for the Psychological Study of Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transexual Issues
  • Fellow (1992) - Society for the Psychology of Women
  • Fellow (1991) - American Psychological Association
  • Fellow (1991) - Society for Community Research and Action

Selected Publications

  • Mulvey, A., Angelique, H. (2012). Feminist Community Psychology: The Dynamic Co-creation of Identities in Multilayered Contexts. Journal of Community Psychology, 40(1) 1 - 10.
  • Mulvey, A. (2012). Mentors, Muses, and Mutuality: Honoring Barbara Snell Dohrenwend. Journal of Community Psychology, 40(1) 182 - 194.
  • Mulvey, A. (2008). Reconceiving Myself: Challenging Conundrums and Creating Feminist Community Psychology. Journal of Prevention & Intervention in the Community, 35(1) 11 - 27.
  • Thomas, E., Mulvey, A. (2008). Using the Arts in Teaching and Learning: Building Student Capacity for Community-based Work in Health Psychology. Journal of Health Psychology, 13(2) 239 - 250.
  • Mulvey, A., Mandell, C. (2007). Using the Arts to Challenge Hate, Create Community: Laramie Lives in Lowell. Journal of Gay & Lesbian Psychotherapy, 11(3-4) 121 - 141.
  • Mulvey, A., Gridley, H., Gawith, L. (2001). Convent Girls, Feminism, and Community Psychology. Journal of Community Psychology, 29(5) 563 - 584.
  • Bond, M.A., Mulvey, A. (2000). A History of Women and Feminist Perspectives in Community Psychology. American Journal of Community Psychology, 28(5) 599 - 630.
  • Mulvey, A., Terenzio, M., Hill, J., Bond, M.A., Huygens, I., Hamerton, H.R., Cahill, S. (2000). Stories of Relative Privilege: Power and Social Change in Feminist Community psychology. American Journal of Community Psychology, 28(6) 883 - 911.
  • Mandell, C., Mulvey, A., Bond, M.A. (1996). The Role of Gender and Organizational Context in the Experience of Adversity: Sexual Harassment as a Case Example. (pp. 253 - 272). University of Massachusetts Press
  • Mulvey, A. (1988). Community Psychology and Feminism: Tensions and Commonalities. Journal of Community Psychology, 16(1) 70 - 83.
  • Mulvey, A., Silka, L. (1987). A Community Training Model Incorporating History, Empowerment, and Ecology. Journal of Community Psychology, 15(3) 365 - 375.
  • Mulvey, A., Dohrenwend, B.S. (1983). The Relation of Stressful Life Events to Gender. Issues in Mental Health Nursing, 5(1-4) 219 - 237.