Terry Glenn Lilley, Managing News Editor
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Assistant Professor (2012-present), University of Wisconsin- La Crosse, La Crosse, WI
B.A. (2005), M.A. (2008), and Ph.D. (2012) University of Delaware
My current research explores the professionalization of victim service and advocacy groups, with a specific focus on the trend’s effects on staff, clients, and services. I am also interested in intersectional examinations of justice, inequality, public policy, and violence and violence prevention.
Forthcoming. Anne E. Bowler, Chrysanthi S. Leon, and Terry G. Lilley. “‘What Shall We Do with the Young Prostitute? Reform Her or Neglect Her?’: Domestication as Reform at the New York State Reformatory for Women at Bedford, 1901-1913.” Journal of Social History.
2012. Jacqueline Piccigallo, Terry G. Lilley, and Susan L. Miller. “’It’s Cool to Care About Sexual Violence’: The Behavioral Effects of Men Speaking to Men about Sexual Assault Prevention.” Men and Masculinities 15 (5): 507-525.
2010. Terry G. Lilley, Joel Best, Benigno A. Aguirre and Kathleen S. Lowney. “Magnetic Imagery: War-Related Ribbons as Collective Display.” Sociological Inquiry 80 (2): 313-321.
Prizes and Awards
University of Wisconsin-LaCrosse:
Most Accessible Faculty (Students Advocating Potential Ability, Disability Resource Services, and Student Support Services)
University of Delaware:
University Graduate Scholars Fellowship
Frank Scarpitti Graduate Student Award