Lois Presser, Professor and Associate Head
Department of Sociology
University of Tennessee

 
Phone:x865 974-7024

 Fax:x865 974-7013

 Email: lpresser@utk.edu



2016
Presser, Lois. "Criminology and the Narrative Turn," Crime, Media, Culture, 12(2):137-151.
   
2015
Presser, Lois and Sveinung Sandberg. “Research Strategies for Narrative Criminology,” in Advances in Criminological Theory: The Value of Qualitative Research for Advancing Criminological Theory, edited by Jody Miller and Wilson R. Palacios. Piscataway, NJ: Transaction Publishers.

2015
Presser, Lois and Sveinung Sandberg (Eds.). Narrative Criminology: Understanding Stories of Crime. New York and London: New York University Press.
 
2014 Presser, Lois and Kyle W. Letteney. “Restorative Justice in Theory” in Critical Issues of Crime and Criminal Justice, 2nd edition, edited by M. Maguire and D. Okada. Thousand Oaks,
CA: Sage.
  
2014 Rahim Manji, Presser, Lois, and Leigh T. Dickey. “Passivity, Harm, and Injustice.” Contemporary Justice Review 17(1):47-62.
   
2013 Presser, Lois. "Narrative Criminology." In Oxford Bibliographies in Criminology, edited by Richard Wright. New York: Oxford University Press.
 
2013 Presser, Lois. Why We Harm. New Brunswick, NJ and London: Rutgers University Press.
 
2013 Presser, Lois, and Jennifer Schally. “Institutionalizing Harm in Tennessee: The Right of the People to Hunt and Fish.” Journal of Sociology & Social Welfare XL(4): 169-184.
 
2013 Presser, Lois. “Narrative Criminology.” In Oxford Bibliographies in Criminology, edited by Richard Wright. New York: Oxford University Press.
 
2012 Presser, Lois. “Getting on Top Through Mass Murder: Narrative, Metaphor, and Violence.” Crime, Media, Culture 8(1): 3-21.
 
2011 Presser, Lois, and William V. Taylor. "An Auto-Ethnography of Hunting." Crime, Law and Social Change 55(5): 483-494.

2011
Presser, Lois. "Restorative Justice in Theory." Chapter 22 in Critical Issues of Crime and Criminal Justice, edited by M. Maguire and D. Okada. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage.

2010
Presser, Lois, and Beth Easterling. "Commentary: Care for Convicts." Journal of Theoretical and Philosophical Criminology 2(3):83-92.

2010
Presser, Lois. "Collecting and Analyzing the Stories of Offenders." Journal of Criminal Justice Education 21(4):431-446.

2009 Presser, Lois. “The Narratives of Offenders.” Theoretical Criminology 13(2):177-200.

2009 Presser, Lois, and Susanne Kurth. "'I Got a Quick Tongue': Negotiating Ex-Convict Identity in Mixed Company." Chapter 5 in How Offenders Transform Their Lives, edited by B. Veysey, J. Christian and D.J. Martinez. Devon, UK: Willan Press.

2009 Presser, Lois, "Power, Safety and Ethics in Cross-Gendered Research with Violent Men." In Women Fielding Danger: Negotiating Gender, Ethnicity, Class, Caste and Religion in Field Work, edited by M. K. Huggins and M. Glebbeek. Lanham, MD: Rowman & Littlefield.

2008 Presser, Lois. Been a Heavy Life: Stories of Violent Men. Urbana, IL: University of Illinois Press.

2007 Presser, Lois, Emily Gaarder, and Denise Hesselton. “Imagining Restorative Justice Beyond Recidivism.” Journal of Offender Rehabilitation 46(1/2):163-176.

2006 Gaarder, Emily, and Lois Presser. "A Feminist Vision of Justice? The Problems and Possibilities of Restorative Justice for Girls and Women." Pp. 483-494 in Handbook of Restorative Justice, edited by D. Sullivan & L. Tifft. London: Routledge.

2006 Presser, Lois. “‘I’ll Come Back and Stalk You’: Contradictions of Advocacy and Research For Women Criminologists.” Women & Criminal Justice 17(4): 19-36.

2006 Presser, Lois, and Cynthia A. Hamilton. “The Micro-Politics of Victim Offender Mediation.” Sociological Inquiry 76(3): 316-342.

2005 Presser, Lois. “Negotiating Power and Narrative in Research: Implications for Feminist Methodology.” Signs: Journal of Women in Culture and Society 30(4): 2067–2090.

2004 Presser, Lois. “Violent Offenders, Moral Selves: Constructing Identities and Accounts in the Research Interview.” Social Problems 51(1): 82-101.
    
  
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Lois Presser
Lois Presser - Criminologist and Sociologist | Univ. of Tennessee - Knoxville
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