Lucy Thompson

Lucy  Thompson
  • Assistant Professor


Ph.D. 2014 Leeds Beckett University, Leeds, UK
Organizational Psychology
Dissertation: Gendering police work: A feminist analysis of ideal organisational
identities under late capitalism.

B.Sc. (Hons) 2006 Leeds Metropolitan University, Leeds, U.K.


CV Lucy Thompson.pdf


2020 – 2022 Key Personnel, US Dept of Health and Human Services, Michigan State University,
“COVID-19 Mortality Review”, $261,080.

2019 – present Principal Investigator, Michigan State University, Michigan State University and
University of Michigan, “Exploring women’s experiences with chronic pelvic pain
care: A feminist analysis of power in health systems”, $10,000.

2019 – 2020 Co-Principal Investigator, Center for Gender in Global Context, Michigan State
University, “Locating Chinese Feminisms in Interdisciplinary Transnational
Feminisms”, $5,490.

2017 – 2019 Key Personnel, US Dept of Health & Human Services, Michigan State University,
“State Innovation Model Evaluation CHIR Population Health”, $917,499.

2015 Co-Principal Investigator, Economic and Social Research Council, Leeds
Metropolitan University, “Democratizing Approaches to Mental Health in the
Community”, $15,000.

2012 – 2013 Research Assistant, European Commission, Leeds Metropolitan University, “Addressing Sexual Bullying Across Europe”, $278,973.



Refereed Publications:

Beetham, T., Turley, E., Lazard, L., Thompson, L., & Donnelly, L. C. (2021). An intersectional feminist response to the UK government’s Violence Against Women and Girls 2021-2024 Strategy consultation. Psychology of Women and Equalities Review, 4(2), 6-16.

Thompson, L. (2021). Toward a feminist psychological theory of institutional trauma. Feminism and Psychology, 31(1), 99-118.

Dove-Medows, E., Thompson, L., McCracken, L., Kavanaugh, K., Misra, D. P., & Giurgescu, C. (2021). “I Wouldn't Let it Get to Me”: Pregnant Black Women's Experiences of Discrimination. MCN: The American Journal of Maternal/Child Nursing, 46(3), 137-142.

Thompson, L. (2019). Feminisms and leadership in liminal spaces: Struggles, potentials, and the collateral labor of feminist leadership. Psychology of Women and Equalities Review, 2(2), 3-6.

Thompson, L., Rickett, B., & Day, K. (2018). Feminist relational discourse analysis: Putting the personal in the political in feminist research. Qualitative Research in Psychology, 15(1), 93-115.

Thompson, L. (2017). Mainstreaming ‘Women’ without feminisms in psychology. Social and Personality Psychology Compass,11(11).

Liebert, R., & Thompson, L. (2015). I. Recognition & reflexivity: Editorial introduction to the special feature. Feminism & Psychology, 25(1), 3-10.

Liebert, R., & Thompson, L. (2015). XVII. Reflexivity & (r)evolution: Editorial reflections on the special feature. Feminism & Psychology, 25(1), 95-100.

Thompson, L., & Capdevila, R. (2011). International feminism: Perspectives on psychology, women, culture, and rights. Psychology of Women Section Review, 13(2), 20-26.