Kevin Walby

Book Chapters

  • Brownlee, Jamie, C. Hurl and K. Walby. 2018. ‘Introduction: Critical Perspectives on Corporatization’. In Corporatizing Canada: Making Business Out of Public Service. Brownlee, Jamie, C. Hurl and K. Walby (eds). Toronto: Between the Lines Press. Pp 1-15.
  • Ferguson, M, D. Madill, and Walby, K. 2017. ‘'Everybody likes Escape Stories': Exploring Representations of Prison Escape in Canadian Penal History Museums’. Chantraine, G.and T. Martin (eds). In Prison Breaks: Towards a Sociology of Escape. London: Palgrave. Pp 329-354.
  • Walby, K. 2017. ‘Stories, Scripts, and Encounters: Interactionist Views of Male Sex Work’. Cirus Rinaldi (eds). In Sexual Scripting Revisited. Milan: Franco Angeli. Pp 163-180.
  • Walby, K., R.K. Lippert and J. Gacek. 2017. ‘Securitizing National Interests: Canadian Federal Government Departments, Corporate Security Creep, and Security Regimes’. In National Security, Surveillance, and Terror: Canada and Australia in Comparative Perspective. Lipert, R., K. Walby, I. Warren and D. Palmer (eds). London: Palgrave. Pp 155-176.
  • Walby, K., R.K. Lippert, I. Warren and D. Palmer. 2017. ‘Interrogating National Security, Surveillance and Terror in Canada and Australia’. In National Security, Surveillance, and Terror: Canada and Australia in Comparative Perspective. Lipert, R., K. Walby, I. Warren and D. Palmer (eds). London: Palgrave. Pp 1-22.
  • Luscombe, A., K. Walby and Piché, J.. 2017. ‘Haunting Encounters at Canadian Penal History Museums’. In Handbook of Prison Tourism. Wilson, J., S. Hodgkinson, J. Piche and K. Walby (eds). London: Palgrave. Pp 433-451.
  • Piché, J., K. Walby and Watts, J. 2017. ‘Representations of Capital Punishment in Canadian Penal History Museums’. In Handbook of Prison Tourism. Wilson, J., S. Hodgkinson, J. Piche and K. Walby (eds). London: Palgrave. Pp 539-555.
  • Wilson, J., S. Hodgkinson, J. Piche and K. Walby. 2017. ‘Introduction: Prison Tourism in Context’. In Handbook of Prison Tourism. Wilson, J., S. Hodgkinson, J. Piche and K. Walby (eds). London: Palgrave. Pp 1-10.
  • Piché, J. and K. Walby. 2016. ‘Dark Tourism, Penal Landscapes and Criminological Inquiry’. In Oxford Research Encyclopedia of Criminology and Criminal Justice. Brown, M. (ed).Oxford: Oxford University Press.
  • Piché, J., K. Walby and C. Minogue. 2016. ‘Carceral Tours and Missed Opportunities: Revisiting Conceptual, Ethical and Pedagogical Dilemmas’. In Engaging with Ethics in International Criminological Research. Adorjan, M. and R. Ricciardelli (eds). London: Routledge. Pp 175-191.
  • Brownlee, Jamie and K. Walby. 2015. ‘Access to Information and Social Justice’. In Access to Information and Social Justice: Critical Research Strategies for Journalists, Scholars and Activists. Brownlee, Jamie and K. Walby (eds). Winnipeg: Arbeiter Ring Publishing (ARP) Books. Pp 1-20.
  • Walby, K. and J. Piché. 2015. ‘Carceral Retasking and the Work of Historical Societies at Decommissioned Lock-ups, Jails, and Prisons in Ontario’. In Historical Geographies of Prisons: Unlocking the Usable Carceral Past. K. Morin and D. Moran (eds). London: Routledge. Pp 88-105.
  • Walby, K. and Seantel Anaïs. 2015. ‘Research Methods, Institutional Ethnography, and Feminist Surveillance Studies’ In Feminist Surveillance Studies. Magnet, S. (ed). Durham: Duke University Press. Pp 208-220.
  • Lippert, R. and K. Walby. 2014. ‘Critiques of Corporate Security: Cost, Camouflage, and Creep’. In Gill, M. (ed). Handbook of Security. Houndsmills: Palgrave Macmillan. Pp 881-899.
  • Walby, K., R. Lippert. 2014. ‘Governing Every Person, Place and Thing: Corporate Security in Context’. Corporate Security in the 21st Century. Houndsmills: Palgrave Macmillan. Pp 1-13.
  • Walby, K., Alex Luscombe and R. Lippert. 2014. ‘Expertise and the Professionalization of Municipal Corporate Security in Canadian Cities’. Corporate Security in the 21st Century. Houndsmills: Palgrave Macmillan. Pp 116-133.
  • Walby, K. and R. Lippert. 2013. ‘Municipal Corporate Security and Risk Mitigation Companies: a New Military Urbanism?’ In Policing Cities: Urban Securitization and Regulation in the 21st Century. Lippert, R. and K. Walby (eds). London: Routledge. Pp 207-221.
  • Lippert, R. and K. Walby. 2013. ‘How the World’s Cities are Policed, Regulated and Securitized’. In Policing Cities: Urban Securitization and Regulation in the 21st Century. Lippert, R. and K. Walby (eds). London: Routledge. Pp 1-8.
  • Walby, K. and André Smith. 2012. ‘Surveillance, Sex, and Sexuality: Lenses and Dividing Lines’. In Policing Sex. Johnson, P. and D. Dalton (eds). London: Routledge. Pp 54-66.
  • Larsen, Mike and K. Walby. 2012. ‘Introduction: Power, Politics and Freedom of Information Process in Canada’. In Brokering Access: Power, Politics and Freedom of Information Process in Canada. Vancouver: University of British Columbia Press. Pp 1-34.
  • Walby, K. and D. Spencer. 2012. ‘Objects, Organizations and the Emotional Climate of a Mass Spectrometry Laboratory’. In Emotions Matter: a Relational Approach to Emotions. Toronto: University of Toronto Press. Pp 181-200.
  • Walby, K., D. Spencer and A. Hunt. 2012. ‘A Relational Approach to Emotions’. In Emotions Matter: a Relational Approach to Emotions. Toronto: University of Toronto Press. Pp 3-8.
  • Walby, K. and D. Spencer. 2012. ‘How Emotions Matter to Moral Panics’. Hier, S. (ed). In Moral Panics and the Politics of Anxiety. London: Routledge. pp 104-117.
  • Lett, D. S. Hier, K. Walby, and A. Smith. 2012. ‘Panic, Regulation and the Moralization of British Law and Order Politics’. Hier, S. (ed). In Moral Panics and the Politics of Anxiety. London: Routledge. pp 155-170.
  • Walby, K. 2012. ‘What Keeps Men Who Have Sex with Men Up At Night: Sexual Stigma and Homophobia’. Bruckert, Christine and Stacey Hannem (eds). In Stigma Revisited: Negotiations, Resistance and the Implications of the Mark. Ottawa: University of Ottawa Press. Pp 79-94.
  • Doyle, A. and K. Walby. 2011. ‘Cab Cameras: the Case of Surveillance in Ottawa Taxi Cabs’. Doyle, A., R. Lippert and D. Lyon (eds). In Eyes Everywhere: The Global Growth of Camera Surveillance. London: Routledge. Pp 185-201.
  • Walby, K. 2011. ‘Anarcho-Abolitionism: a Challenge to Conservative and Liberal Criminology’. Doyle, Aaron, and Dawn Moore (eds). In Critical Criminology in Canada. Vancouver: University of British Columbia Press. Pp 288-307.
  • Walby, K. 2009. ‘Surveillance of Male with Male Public Sex in Ontario, 1983-1994’. Hier, Sean and Josh Greenberg (eds). In Surveillance: Power, Problems and Politics. Vancouver: University of British Columbia Press. Pp 46-58.
  • Walby, K. and S. Hier. 2009. ‘Securitizing Citizenship: ID Cards, Passports and Border Surveillance in Canada’. Rollings-Magnusson, Sandra (ed). In Anti-Terrorism: Security and Insecurity After 9/11. Halifax: Fernwood. Pp 125-140.
  • Hier, S., K. Walby and J. Greenberg. 2006. ‘Supplementing the Panoptic Paradigm: Surveillance, Moral Governance, and CCTV’. Lyon, David (ed). In Theorizing Surveillance: The Panopticon and Beyond. Cullompton: Willan. Pp 230-244.
  • Huey, L., K. Walby, and A. Doyle. 2006. ‘Cop Watching in the Downtown Eastside: Exploring the Use of (Counter) Surveillance as a Tool of Resistance’. Monahan, T. (ed). In Surveillance and Security: Technological Politics in Everyday Life. London: Routledge. Pp 149-156.

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