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Pipher, Mary (1947-)

Mary Pipher

Mary Pipher

Dr. Mary Pipher received her BA in Cultural Anthropology at the University of California at Berkeley in 1969 and her Ph.D. in clinical Psychology from the University of Nebraska in 1977. She received the American Psychological Association Presidential Citation in 1998. In 2001, she was a Rockefeller Foundation Scholar in Residence at Bellagio, Italy. Dr. Pipher’s work combines her training in both the fields of psychology and anthropology. Her special area of interest is how American culture influences the mental health of its people.

—Courtesy of Mary Pipher


Resources Recommended by Harvard Square Library

Pipher, Mary. Writing to Change the World. New York: Berkeley Publishing Group, 2006.


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