Alicia Horton

BA (Hon 1st, SFU), MA (Queen's), PhD (Queen's)

Courses taught

  • SOCI 1125 - Introduction to Society: Processes and Structures
  • CRIM 1100 - Introduction to Criminology
  • CRIM 1208 - Methods of Research in Criminology
  • CRIM 2331 - Sociological Explanations of Criminal Behavior
  • CRIM 3111 - Contemporary Sociological Criminology

Scholarly Work

  • Under review with co-author Michael Young (second author). Connecting Criminology: People, Places and Processes. Under review at Cambridge.
  • Horton, A. (2017) Chapter 7: Contested Communities: Nathaniel Geary’s On the Corner and the Social Construction of Deviant Places. In Screening Justice: Canadian Crime Films, Culture and Society by Kohm, Bookman & Greenhill (Eds.)
  • Horton, A. (2018) Body Modification Frames & Claims. Routledge Handbook of Deviance (First Edition) Steven Brown and Ophir Sefiha (Eds).
  • Horton, A. D. (2013). Flesh Hook Pulling: Motivations and Meaning-Making from the “Body Side” of Life. Deviant Behavior, 34(2), 115-134.
  • Co-founder of the Prison Education Network (PEN) established 2021.