Dr Katharine Boyd
Telephone: 01392 725644
Office: Amory 337
Term 2 Office Hours: Fridays 2:00-3:00pm and by appointment
Research interests: political and religiously motivated violence, counterterrorism policy, evidence-based policy, alcohol related violence
Projects: ExPERT https://expert-study.com/
Brittany E. Hayes & Katharine A. Boyd. In Press. Influence of Individual- and National-Level Factors on Attitudes toward Intimate Partner Violence. Sociological Perspectives.
Amy Adamczyk, Katharine A. Boyd, & Brittany E. Hayes. 2016. "Place Matters: Contextualizing the roles of religion and race for understsanding Americans' attitudes about homosexuality. Social Science Research.
Katharine A. Boyd. Forthcoming. "Modeling Terrorist Attacks: Assessing Statistical Models to evaluate Domestic and Ideologically International Attacks." Studies in Conflict and Terrorism, Special Issue on Methods.
Katharine A. Boyd. Forthcoming. "Group-level predictors of political and religiously motivated violence." Handbook on the Criminology of Terrorism. Wiley Press.
Roberta Belli, Joshua D. Freilich, . 2015. Exploring the Crime-Terror Nexus in the United States: A Social Network Analysis of a Hezbollah Network Involved in Trade Diversion. Dynamics of Asymmetric Conflict, 8(3): 236-281.,
Joshua D. Freilich, , , & . 2015. Investigating the Applicability of Macro-Level Criminology Theory to Terrorism: A County-Level Analysis. Journal of Quantitative Criminology, 31(3): 383-411. ,
Katharine A. Boyd & Hyewon Chung. 2012. Opinions Toward Suicide: Cross-national evaluation of cultural and religious effects on individuals. Social Science Research, 41(6): 1565-1580.
Charles B. Strozier & Katharine A. Boyd. 2010. Definitions and Dualisms. In C. B. Strozier, D. M. Terman, & J. W. Jones (eds.). The Fundamentalist Mindset: Psychological Reflections on Religion, Violence, and History. New York, NY: Oxford University Press.
Charles B. Strozier & Katharine A. Boyd. 2010. The Apocalyptic. In C. B. Strozier, D. M. Terman, & J. W. Jones (eds.). The Fundamentalist Mindset: Psychological Reflections on Religion, Violence, and History. New York, NY: Oxford University Press.
Charles B. Strozier & Katharine A. Boyd. 2010. The Charismatic Leader and the Totalism of Conversion. In C. B. Strozier, D. M. Terman, & J. W. Jones (eds.). The Fundamentalist Mindset: Psychological Reflections on Religion, Violence, and History. New York, NY: Oxford University Press.
Belli, Roberta, and Joshua D. Freilich, Steven M. Chermak, Katharine Boyd. 2014. "Exploring the U.S. Crime-Terror Nexus: Terrorist Networks and Trade Diversion Research Brief." College Park, MD. START. http://www.start.umd.edu/pubs/START_ECDB_USCrimeTerrorNexusTradeDiversion_ResearchBrief_Oct2014.pdf
2016-2017 ESRC Impact Acceleration Account (IAA) -Project Co-Creation Fund for £9,350 'Enhancing Evidence-Based Policing: Promoting UK-South Africa Dialogue'
2016 ESRC Impact Acceleration Account (IAA) -Project Co-Creation Fund for £19,787 Co-PI with Hannah Farrimond on '#RU2drunk? Evaluation of the roll-out of a breathalyser initiative to reduce alcohol-related violence in the South West'
2016-2017 CREST for £119,521 Co-PI with Stephane Baele and Travis Coan on 'How does ISIS' Online Propaganda Demonstrate Mechanisms of Radicalisation? Assessing Cognitive Mechanisms of Radicalisation with a Quantitative Analysis of ISIS' Online Propaganda'
2015-2017 Police Knowledge Fund HEFCE and College of Policing Grant for £249,974 Co-PI with Brian Rappert on the Exeter Policing, Evidence, and Research Translation (ExPERT) Project
2014 Fulbright Post-doctoral Scholarship (declined): Two year scholarship to study at Hebrew University
2013-2013 Doctoral Student Research Grant Program Recipient $1,269 provided by the Graduate Center, CUNY for dissertation research
2012-2013 Terrorism Research Award, Grant Recipient $5,000 for dissertation research provided by the National Consortium for the Study of Terrorism and Responses to Terrorism (START) funded by the Department of Homeland Security
2012-2013 Constant H. Jacquet Research Award $3,600 provided by the Religious Research Association for dissertation research
Past Teaching experience at John Jay College of Criminal Justice in NYC:
- American Criminal Justice System
- Introduction to International Criminal Justice
- Introduction to Criminal Justice
- Research Methods, Ph.D. course (Teaching Assistant)
- Terrorism , Ph.D. course (Teaching Assistant)
- Issues in Criminal Justice II, M.A. course (Teaching Assistant)
- Terrorism in Literature & Film, M.A. course (Teaching Assistant)