Samantha R Cumley
College of Letters, Arts & Social Sciences
Campus Locations: Moscow, ID
Sociology and Anthropology
Assistant Professor of Sociology
With UI Since 2012
PhD, University of Iowa, Sociology, 2012
MA, University of Iowa, Sociology, 2008
MA, University of Montana, Sociology, 2007
BA, University of Montana, Sociology / Anthropology, 2005
Sociology of Criminal Punishment
Stratification / Inequality
Gender and Crime / Imprisonment
Dr. Cumley is a sociologist who specializes in the study of crime and imprisonment. She completed her PhD at the University of Iowa in 2012. Her current areas of research and teaching interest include criminology, juvenile delinquency, sociology of criminal punishment, labor markets and gender.
- De Coster, Stacy, Karen Heimer, and Samantha R Cumley. Forthcoming “Gender and Theories of Delinquency.” In the Oxford University Handbook on Criminology. Edited by Pamela Wilcox and Francis Cullen.
- Cumley, Samantha R., Karen Heimer and Stacy De Coster. Forthcoming. “Crime and Gender.” International Encyclopedia of Social and Behavioral Sciences, 2nd edition.
- Cumley, Samantha R. and Karen Heimer. 2011-12. “Local Labor Markets, Politics and Imprisonment: The Effects of Labor Market Opportunities, Minority Group Presence, and Political Ideology on Imprisonment Rates.” National Science Foundation, Dissertation Improvement Grant, $7,981.