WOMEN AND TERRORISM
Women Policymakers Framing their Leadership and Lives in Relation to Terrorism: The Basque Case, Forthcoming Women, Politics and Policy
Women Defining Terrorism: Ethnonationalist, State, and Intimate Terrorism. 2014. Critical Terrorism Studies 7(3): 336-356.
Dangerous Fieldwork? Researching Terrorism and Negotiating Human Subjects and Interpersonal Relations.2014. Sage Cases in Methodology.
Gendering Abottabad: Agency and Hegemonic Masculinity in an Age of Global Terrorism. 2014. Gender Issues. 31(1): 34-57.
The Domestic Determinants of Transnational Activity: An Examination of Women’s Groups in the United Kingdom, France and Germany.2014. International Studies Quarterly 58(1): 68-78.
Gendered Opportunities? Political Opportunities and Activity Choice Among Women’s Movements in the UK, France and Germany. 2011. Social Movement Studies: Journal of Social, Cultural and Political Protest 10(1): 55-79.
Terrorism and Violent Conflict: Women's Agency, Leadership and Responses. Springer Press. 2013. Link to Springer webpage and sample chapters HERE.
We have conducted research on a variety of aspects related to terrorism generally and women and terrorism in particular. Links to selected articles and abstracts are available below. Please contact authors if you have questions about the full-text version of these articles.