Alex Tepperman

Alex Tepperman Title: Assistant Professor
Office: 3C50
Building: Centennial Hall
Phone: 204.258.3875
Email: a.tepperman@uwinnipeg.ca

Degrees:

MA University of Rochester (History)

MA University of Toronto (Criminology & Sociolegal Studies)

Certificate in Qualitative and Multi-Method Research - Syracuse University

PhD University of Florida (History)

Biography:

Alex Tepperman’s major research focus is the study of organized, semi-organized, and ad hoc non-compliance and political rebellion within the historical prison. In 2020, he received the Herman Diederiks Prize from the International Association for the History of Crime and Criminal Justice (IAHCCJ) for his work in that field.

Courses:

Corrections, Criminal Justice Research Methods, Criminological Theory, Sociological Theory, Social Problems, Witchcraft in South Carolina, Popular Culture and Crime

Research Interests:

Historical criminology, institutional corrections, prisons in popular culture, ethnography, microhistory, collective memory.