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James Alan Fox, Ph.D.



"The Dean of Death...Fox is arguably the nation's formost criminologist."
USA Today


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Media Type Media Title and Link
Interview VideoClips:

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James Alan Fox Criminologist Interview: Rod Matthews Parole
March 30, 2016 WGBH-Boston

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James Alan Fox Criminologist Interview: Are mass shootings on the rise? 
CNN The Lead with Jake Tapper: June 12, 2014


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James Alan Fox Criminologist Interview Broadside-Media-and-rampage-killers
Broadside: May 28, 2014

 

13. James Alan Fox Criminologist Interview Broadside Jan. 26,2014
Broadside: Student arraigned in Mass. teacher's killing

 

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Professor Jamie Fox Discusses New Developments in the Boston Strangler Case on Boston Fox News


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Broadside: Motives of senseless killers

 

 

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Boston Marathon Bombing victim

 

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James Alan Fox keynote at Boston Foundation segment Apr 9 2012

 

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In Depth Markoff's Suicide

 

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Speech at Elizabethtown College (PA) on mass shootings
February 20, 2013, covered on C-Span.

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NBC Today Interview:
Don’t be afraid to send kids back to school, experts say



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NPR radio interview:
regarding December 2008 homicide report
  NPR interview




Anderson Cooper 360 (CNN):
profile of Fox's investigation of Seattle's Capitol Hill shooting  (aired September 14, 2006)


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From Dateline NBC:
special on Denis Rader, the BTK killer

 

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Interview NECN with Jim Braude on the Newton Shootings / Mass shooting Myths

 

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Television Hundreds of interviews on national programs, including: 48 Hours, CBS This Morning, Face the Nation, West 57th Street, Nightwatch, The CBS Evening News, and The CBS Morning News (CBS); Good Morning America, PrimeTime Live, Nightline, 20/20 and World News Tonight (ABC); Meet the Press, The Today Show, Dateline NBC, Faith Daniels Show, Unsolved Mysteries, Day and Date, and The NBC Evening News (NBC); The News Hour with Jim Lehrer, The 90's (PBS); The News with Brian Williams, MSNBC Investigative Reports, Donahue (MSNBC); Larry King Live, Reliable Sources, Inside Politics, Connie Chung, Crossfire, and Late Edition Live, News Stand (CNN); On the Record, A Current Affair, Under Scrutiny, Fox Network News , O’Reilly Factor, America’s Most Wanted (FOX); Rivera Live (CNBC); Primetime Justice, Cochran & Company, Pros and Cons ((COURT); The 700 Club (CBN), American Justice and The 20th Century with Mike Wallace (HISTORY); Investigative Reports (A & E); Our Home (Learning Channel); on nationally syndicated programs, including Oprah, Geraldo, Leeza Gibbons; Donahue, Sally Jessy Raphael, Bertice Berry, Montel Williams, Maury Povich,  Rolanda, Hour Magazine, Inside Edition, Hard Copy, EXTRA, USA Today on TV, Sonya, The Shirley Show (Canada) and The Dini Petty Show (Canada); and local programs across the country, including AM Los Angeles, AM San Francisco, AM Philadelphia, Northwest Afternoon (Seattle), Kelly and Company (Detroit), Jane Wallace Live (Philadelphia) and People are Talking (Boston).
Network contracts Contributing consultant for Fox Television Network (2001). NBC News Analyst (2002).
Radio Over a thousand radio interviews coast-to-coast and overseas, including many network broadcasts. Hosted weekly talk show on WBUR-FM (Boston).
Print Daily Beast Q&A:
 
Forget What You've Heard: Mass Shootings Aren't Rising. But They Probably Aren't Going Away
by Megan McArdle


Bi-weekly columnist for the
Boston Herald. Published over one hundred op-ed columns in newspapers across the country, including the New York Times, Washington Post, USA Today, Los Angeles Times, Boston Globe and Christian Science Monitor.  Quoted in thousands of newspaper articles and magazines worldwide, including "Quote of the Day" in The New York Times, the Associate Press wire, The Chicago Tribune, and The Charleston Daily Mail, and "Quote of the Week" in the Seattle Times, Newsweek, The Boston Globe, the Providence Journal, and the Kentucky Enquirer.  Profiled in the Sunday New York Times, the Scientific American, Yahoo! Internet Life, The Boston Sunday Globe Magazine, The London Observer, The Boston Phoenix (Cover story), USA Today (Cover story, two parts).

New York Times profile of Fox's work investigating Seattle's Capitol Hill murders

USA Today's "Dean of Death" cover story

Scientific American profile