Alison Cox

Alison Cox

Assistant Professor of Criminology

Alison Cox
Location

Bartlett Hall 2113

Phone
(319) 273-6251

Alison Cox

Assistant Professor of Criminology

Education
  • BS in Criminal Justice (Texas State University at San Marcos, 2006)
  • MS in Criminal Justice (Michigan State University, 2013)
  • PhD in Criminal Justice (Michigan State University, 2019)
Research Interests
  • Corrections: Prison Visitation, Prisoner Family Relationship, Reentry/Recidivism
  • Critical Criminology: Convict, Feminist, Rural, and Queer
  • Women's and Gender Studies
Professional Accomplishments

Peer-Reviewed Articles

  • DeJong, Christina, Morgan, Skyler J., and Cox, Alison. (2020). “Male Rape in Context: Measures of Intolerance and Support for Male Rape Myths (MRMs).” Accepted to a forthcoming special issue of Criminal Justice Studies on November 12, 2019.

Books and Book Chapters

  • Cox, Alison. A Convict Criminology Approach to Prisoners’ Families. In Convict Criminology for the Future (Ross, J. & F. Vianello, Eds.). Routledge. Forthcoming chapter submitted to the publisher on April 28, 2020.