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Philip J. Boyle

Department of Sociology

Assistant Professor
 
Office: 2082 Vari Hall
Phone: (416)736-2100 Ext: 77987
Emailpjboyle@yorku.ca
 
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Dr. Boyle’s research is broadly concerned with contemporary forms of security, surveillance, and social regulation in the post-9/11 city. He has held postdoctoral positions in the School of Communications at Temple University and the Global Urban Research Unit at Newcastle University, and his previous research examined security governance at the Olympic Games and other urban mega-events. He is currently working on projects on the regulation of entertainment districts and critical infrastructure resilience.

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Selected Publications

Boyle, P. 2012, Risk, Resiliency and Urban Governance: The Case of the 2010 Vancouver Winter Games. Canadian Review of Sociology 49(4): 350-369.

Boyle, P. & K.D. Haggerty. 2012. Planning for the Worst: Risk, Uncertainty, and the Olympic Games. British Journal of Sociology 63(2): 241-259.

Vonn, M. & P. Boyle. 2012. Surveillance in Vancouver: Legacies of the Games. In A. Doyle, R. Lippert & D. Lyon (eds.), Eyes Everywhere: The Global Growth of Camera Surveillance, pg.s 174-184. Routledge.

Boyle, P. 2011. Knowledge Networks: Mega-Events and Security Expertise. In C. Bennett and K.D. Haggerty (eds.), Security Games: Surveillance and Control at Mega-Events, pgs. 184-199. Taylor and Francis.

Boyle, P. & K.D. Haggerty. 2011. Civil Cities and Urban Governance: Regulating Disorder in Vancouver. Urban Studies 48(15): 3185-3201.

Boyle, P. & K.D. Haggerty. 2009. Spectacular Security: Mega-Events and the Security Complex. International Political Sociology 3(3): 257-274.

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Book Chapters

Vonn, M. & P. Boyle. 2012. Surveillance in Vancouver: Legacies of the Games. In A. Doyle, R. Lippert & D. Lyon (eds.), Eyes Everywhere: The Global Growth of Camera Surveillance, pg.s 174-184. Routledge.

Boyle, P. 2011. Knowledge Networks: Mega-Events and Security Expertise. In C. Bennett and K.D. Haggerty (eds.), Security Games: Surveillance and Control at Mega-Events, pgs. 184-199. Taylor and Francis.

Journal Articles

Boyle, P. 2012, Risk, Resiliency and Urban Governance: The Case of the 2010 Vancouver Winter Games. Canadian Review of Sociology 49(4): 350-369.

Boyle, P. & K.D. Haggerty. 2012. Planning for the Worst: Risk, Uncertainty, and the Olympic Games. British Journal of Sociology 63(2): 241-259.

Boyle, P. & K.D. Haggerty. 2012. Planning for the Worst: Risk, Uncertainty, and the Olympic Games. British Journal of Sociology 63(2): 241-259.

Boyle, P. & K.D. Haggerty. 2011. Civil Cities and Urban Governance: Regulating Disorder in Vancouver. Urban Studies 48(15): 3185-3201.

Boyle, P. & K.D. Haggerty. 2009. Spectacular Security: Mega-Events and the Security Complex. International Political Sociology 3(3): 257-274.

Current Courses

TermCourse NumberSectionTitleType 
Fall/Winter 2013-2014 AP/SOCI3810 6.0  Criminalization and Regulation LECT Course Website 
Fall/Winter 2013-2014 AP/SOCI4840 6.0  Advanced Issues in Policing SEMR Course Website 
Winter 2014 AP/SOCI4850 3.0  Organized Crime SEMR Course Website 


Dr. Boyle’s research is broadly concerned with contemporary forms of security, surveillance, and social regulation in the post-9/11 city. He has held postdoctoral positions in the School of Communications at Temple University and the Global Urban Research Unit at Newcastle University, and his previous research examined security governance at the Olympic Games and other urban mega-events. He is currently working on projects on the regulation of entertainment districts and critical infrastructure resilience.


Area of Specialization

Security; Law & Public Policy; Urban Governance; Surveillance; Risk


Degrees

PhD, University of Alberta
MA, University of Windsor
BA, Mount Royal University

Selected Publications

Boyle, P. 2012, Risk, Resiliency and Urban Governance: The Case of the 2010 Vancouver Winter Games. Canadian Review of Sociology 49(4): 350-369.

Boyle, P. & K.D. Haggerty. 2012. Planning for the Worst: Risk, Uncertainty, and the Olympic Games. British Journal of Sociology 63(2): 241-259.

Vonn, M. & P. Boyle. 2012. Surveillance in Vancouver: Legacies of the Games. In A. Doyle, R. Lippert & D. Lyon (eds.), Eyes Everywhere: The Global Growth of Camera Surveillance, pg.s 174-184. Routledge.

Boyle, P. 2011. Knowledge Networks: Mega-Events and Security Expertise. In C. Bennett and K.D. Haggerty (eds.), Security Games: Surveillance and Control at Mega-Events, pgs. 184-199. Taylor and Francis.

Boyle, P. & K.D. Haggerty. 2011. Civil Cities and Urban Governance: Regulating Disorder in Vancouver. Urban Studies 48(15): 3185-3201.

Boyle, P. & K.D. Haggerty. 2009. Spectacular Security: Mega-Events and the Security Complex. International Political Sociology 3(3): 257-274.

All Publications

Book Chapters

Vonn, M. & P. Boyle. 2012. Surveillance in Vancouver: Legacies of the Games. In A. Doyle, R. Lippert & D. Lyon (eds.), Eyes Everywhere: The Global Growth of Camera Surveillance, pg.s 174-184. Routledge.

Boyle, P. 2011. Knowledge Networks: Mega-Events and Security Expertise. In C. Bennett and K.D. Haggerty (eds.), Security Games: Surveillance and Control at Mega-Events, pgs. 184-199. Taylor and Francis.

Journal Articles

Boyle, P. 2012, Risk, Resiliency and Urban Governance: The Case of the 2010 Vancouver Winter Games. Canadian Review of Sociology 49(4): 350-369.

Boyle, P. & K.D. Haggerty. 2012. Planning for the Worst: Risk, Uncertainty, and the Olympic Games. British Journal of Sociology 63(2): 241-259.

Boyle, P. & K.D. Haggerty. 2012. Planning for the Worst: Risk, Uncertainty, and the Olympic Games. British Journal of Sociology 63(2): 241-259.

Boyle, P. & K.D. Haggerty. 2011. Civil Cities and Urban Governance: Regulating Disorder in Vancouver. Urban Studies 48(15): 3185-3201.

Boyle, P. & K.D. Haggerty. 2009. Spectacular Security: Mega-Events and the Security Complex. International Political Sociology 3(3): 257-274.


Teaching:

Current Courses

TermCourse NumberSectionTitleType 
Fall/Winter 2013-2014 AP/SOCI3810 6.0  Criminalization and Regulation LECT Course Website 
Fall/Winter 2013-2014 AP/SOCI4840 6.0  Advanced Issues in Policing SEMR Course Website 
Winter 2014 AP/SOCI4850 3.0  Organized Crime SEMR Course Website