Penn, M.L. (2021). Values and human rights: Implications of an emerging discourse
on virtue ethics. In H. Mahmoudi, A. Brysk, & K. Seaman (Eds). The Changing Ethos
of Human Rights. Cheltenham, UK: Edward Elgar, pp. 14-34.
Penn, M. L. (2020). Why constructive resilience? Journal of Bahá’í Studies, Special
Edition on Constructive Resilience, Vol. 30, No. 3, pp. 25-36, with guest editor Michael
Penn, M.L., Groff, M., & Kourosh, N. (2020). Cultivating our common humanity: Reflections on freedom of thought, conscience and
religion. In N. Rubin & R.L. Flores (Eds). The Cambridge Handbook of Human Rights, pp. 197-211.
Cambridge University Press.
Penn, M.L. & Nguyen, T. (2020). Promoting human rights and human dignity in an axial
age. In H. Mahmoudi & M. Penn (Eds). Interdisciplinary Perspectives on Human Dignity
and Human Rights, pp. 49-60. Bingley, UK: Emerald Publishing.
Haslip, M. & Penn, M.L. (2020). Cultivating human rights by nurturing altruism and
a life of service: Integrating UN Sustainable Development Goals into school curricula.
In H. Mahmoudi & M. Penn (Eds). Interdisciplinary Perspectives on Human Dignity and
Human Rights, pp. 151-174. Bingley, UK: Emerald Publishing.
Penn, M.L. (2020). Afterword. In H. Mahmoudi & M. Penn (Eds). Interdisciplinary Perspectives
on Human Dignity and Human Rights, pp. 175-178. Bingley, UK: Emerald Publishing.
Penn, M.L. (July, 2020). The light was in the darkness: Reflections on the growth
that hides in the pain of suffering. Bahá’í World.
Penn, M. L. (Winter 2018/2019). On Hopelessness and Hope: A Conversation with Deep Psychologist Michael Penn. An interview conducted by Richard Whittaker and Preeta Bansal in Parabola: The Search
for Meaning, Vol. 43.
Penn, M.L. (2015). Mind and Mental Health: A Baha’i-Inspired Perspective. Journal of Baha’i Studies, 25, pp. 25-50.
Washington, E., & Penn, M.L. (2014). Painting with Light: The Art of Bunch Washington. Phillips Museum of Art.
Hall, A. H., Gow, K. M., & Penn, M. L. (2011). Do chronic moral emotions mediate between
value congruence and psychological health in university students? In K. M. Gow & M.
J. Celinski (Eds.), Wayfinding through life’s challenges: Coping and survival. New York, NY: Nova Science Publishers.
Hall, A. H., Gow, K. M., Penn, M. L., & Jayawickreme, E. (2011). Strength and weakness
of character: Psychological health and resilience. In M. J. Celinski & K. M. Gow (Eds.), Continuity versus creative response to challenge: The primacy of resilience and resourcefulness
in life and therapy. New York, NY: Nova Science Publishers.
Landau, S., Owen, S., & Penn, M.L. (2011). Diagnosis of sexual abuse among Haitian
physicians: An exploratory study. Proceedings of the 20th World Congress for Sexual Health, June 12-16, 2011. Journal of Sexual Medicine, 8.
Penn, M.L. & Malik, A. (2010). The Protection and Development of the Human Spirit: An Expanded Focus for Human Rights
Discourse. Human Rights Quarterly, 32, 666-690.
Penn, M.L. (2010). A Proteção e o Desenvolvimento do Espirito Humano: Uma Perspectiva mais Ampla para
o Discurso dos Estudos para a Paz e os Direitos Humanos. In M. Jalali Rabbani (ed.) Estudos para a Paz e Resolucao de Conflitos. Universidade
Federal de Sergipe, Brazil.
Penn, M. L. & Witkin, D. (2008). Pathognomic versus developmentally appropriate self-focus
during adolescence: Theoretical concerns and clinical applications. In Diessner &
Tiegs (Eds.), Sources: Notable selections in human development, (Classic Edition.). Guilford, CT: Dushkin/McGraw-Hill, 190-196.
Penn, M.L. & Clarke, P.J. (2008). Art. Culture & Pediatric Mental and Behavioral Health.
In B. Koan (Ed.) Oxford Handbook of Medical Ethnomusicology.
Penn, M.L. & Pharaon, A. (2007). Biological, Psychological and Social Factors in the
Pathogenesis of Psychopathy. In G. Walker (ed.) The Science of Morality, G. Walker (Ed.), pp. 105-116. London: Royal College of Physicians
Penn, M.L. & Radpour, M.K. (2006). Clinical Practice and the Dynamics of Relational Authenticity. Turkish Journal of Psychiatry, 17, p. 152.
Penn, M.L. (2005). Inner Enlightenment, Moral Refinement and Justice: Antidotes to Domestic Violence. Bahá’í World, 2003-2004 (Haifa: Bahá’í World Centre).
Penn, M.L. (2005). Reflections on Brown vs. the Board of Education of Topeka, Kansas. World Order.
Penn, M. L. & Wilson, L. (2003). Mind, Medicine and Metaphysics: Reflections on the Reclamation of the Human Spirit. American Journal of Psychotherapy 57, 18-31.
Penn, M.L. (Winter, 2001). Oedipus Revisited. World Order, 32, 11-18.
Penn, M. L. (2001). Reflections on Human Rights, Moral Development and the Eradication
of Gender-Based Violence. In Tahirih Danesh (Ed.), Bahá’í-Inspired Perspectives on Human Rights. (Victoria, CA: Juxta Publications).
Penn, M.L. (Spring, 2001). Eradicating Gender-Based Violence: Successes and Challenges. World Order, 32, No. 3, 33-54.
Penn, M.L. & Coverdale, C. (1996). Transracial Adoption: A Human Rights Perspective. Journal of Black Psychology, 22, 232-237.
Penn, M.L., & Witkin, D. (1994). Pathognomic Versus Developmentally Appropriate Self
Focus During Adolescence: Theoretical Concerns and Clinical Implications. Psychotherapy, 31, 368-374.
Penn, M.L. (1994). Toward A Global World Community: The Role of Black Psychologists. Journal of Black Psychology, 20, 398-417.
Penn, M.L., Phillips, L., & Gaines, S.O. (1993). On the Desirability of Own-Group
Preference [Feature Article]. Journal of Black Psychology, 19, 303-321.
Phillips, L., Penn, M.L., & Gaines, S.O. (1993). A Hermeneutic Rejoinder to Our Critics
and Ourselves. Journal of Black Psychology, 19, 350-357.