About the Journal | Meet the Editor
MICHAEL R. HILL is an interdisciplinary social scientist, holding earned
doctorates in Geography (1982) and Sociology (1989) from the University of
Nebraska-Lincoln. He is the author of
Archival Strategies and Techniques
(1993); editor of Harriet Martineau’s
How to Observe Morals and Manners
(1989) and Martineau’s
An Independent Woman's Lake District Writings
(Humanity Books 2004); and co-editor, with Mary Jo Deegan, of
Women and
Symbolic Interaction (1987), Charlotte Perkins Gilman’s With Her in Ourland
(Greenwood 1997), Gilman’s
The Dress of Women (Greenwood 2001), and
Social Ethics (Praeger 2004). Harriet Martineau: Theoretical and
Methodological Perspectives (2001), co-edited by Hill and Susan Hoecker-
Drysdale, received the American Sociological Association Section on the
History of Sociology Distinguished Scholarly Book Award for 2002.  During
2001-2002, Hill was the elected Chair of the ASA Section on the History of
Sociology.  Hill received the annual Harriet Martineau Sociological Society
Award – for significant contributions to the study of early women sociologists
– in 2002 and the Distinguished Scholarly Career Award from the ASA Section
on the History of Sociology in 2003. Previous teaching posts include: Albion
College, Indiana University South Bend, Iowa Western Community College,
Iowa State University, University of Nebraska at Omaha, University of
Nebraska-Lincoln, and University of Notre Dame. Hill is currently a senior
Mentor/Tutor/SI Leader in the UNL Department of Athletics.
For a selected list [PDF 152KB] of
Hill's publications, click here.
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