College of Arts and Sciences

Madeline Louise Lovell

  • Madeline Louise Lovell
    Associate Professor, Anthropology, Sociology, and Social Work
    Phone: 206-296-5387
    Building/Room: Casey 303W

    Teaching and Research Interests

    Teaching Interests:

    Research methods

    Social problems

        Family
        Mental health
        Disaster relief

    Research interests:

        Coping with traumatic life events
        Restorative justice
        Child maltreatment
        Diversity

    Biography

    Key Publications:

        Cohan, M., Lovell, M. & Helfgott, J. 2008.  Narratives of transformation:  Violent Crime Victims’ Experiences of Help and Helping.” International Journal of Interdisciplinary Social Sciences, 3(8): 13-22.. International Journal of Interdisciplinary Social Sciences.
        Lovell, M. (2006). Creating a diverse context for education. International Journal of Diversity in Organizations, Communities and Nations, 5,
        Lawrence, C., Lovell, M., & Helfgott, J. (2004). The moral discourse of healing: Victims and offenders for restorative justice. Journal of Societal and Social Policy.
        Helfgott, J., Lovell, M., & Lawrence, C. (2002). Accountability, healing and hope through storytelling and dialogue. Crime Victims Report, March/April, 3-4,11.
        Lovell, M., Helfgott, J., and Lawrence, C. (2002). Narratives From Citizens, Victims, and Offenders Restoring Justice. Contemporary Justice Review, 5(3), 261-272.