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Education
– 2008: PhD, University of Birmingham (ESRC-funded).
– 2003: MA Political Science (Research Methods), University of Birmingham. Distinction.
– 2002: BA (Hons) Politics, University of Nottingham. First Class.

Publications
Books
– Conway, M., Jarvis, L., Lehane, O., Macdonald, S., and Nouri, L. (eds.) (2017) Terrorists’ Use of the Internet: Assessment and ResponseAmsterdam: IOS Press.
– Heath-Kelly, C., Baker-Beall, C., & Jarvis, L. (eds.) (2016) Neoliberalism as Terror: Critical EngagementsAbingdon: Routledge.
– Aly, A., Macdonald, S., Jarvis, L. & Chen, T. (eds.) (2016) Violent Extremism Online: New Perspectives on Terrorism and the Internet. Abingdon: Routledge.
– Jarvis, L., Macdonald, S. & Chen, T. (eds.) (2015) Terrorism Online: Politics, Law and Technology. Abingdon: Routledge.
Baker-Beall, C., Heath-Kelly, C., & Jarvis, L. (eds.) (2015) Counter-Radicalisation: Critical Perspectives. Abingdon: Routledge.
– Jarvis, L. & Lister, M. (2015) Anti-terrorism, Citizenship and Security. Manchester: Manchester University Press.
– Jarvis, L. & Lister, M. (eds.) (2015) Critical Perspectives on Counter-Terrorism. Abingdon: Routledge.
– Jarvis, L. & Holland, J. (2015) Security: A Critical Introduction. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan.
– Chen, T., Jarvis, L. & Macdonald, S. (eds.) (2014) Cyber Terrorism: Understanding, Assessment and Response. New York, NY: Springer.
– Jackson, R., Jarvis, L., Gunning, J. & Breen Smyth, M. (2011) Terrorism: A Critical Introduction. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan.
– Jarvis, L. (2009) Times of Terror: Discourse, Temporality and the War on Terror. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan.

Journal Articles
– Jarvis, L. & Legrand, T. (Forthcoming) ‘Preaching to the Converted: Parliament and the Proscription Ritual’, Political Studies (accepted November 2016).
– Jarvis, L. & Legrand, T. (2017) ”I am somewhat puzzled’: Questions, audiences and securitization in the proscription of terrorist organisations‘, Security Dialogue 48(2): 149-167.
– Heath-Kelly, C. & Jarvis, L. (Forthcoming) ‘Affecting terrorism: Laughter, lamentation and detestation as drives to terrorism knowledge’, International Political Sociology (accepted November 2016). First view version available here.
– Jarvis, L. & Lister, M. (2017) ‘‘As a woman…’; ‘As a Muslim…’: Subjects, positions and counter-terrorism powers in the United Kingdom’, Critical Social Policy 37(2): 245-267.
– Jarvis, L., MacDonald, S. & Whiting, A. (2017) ‘Unpacking cyberterrorism discourse: Specificity, status and scale in news media constructions of threat’, European Journal of International Security 2(1): 64-87. First view version available here.
– Jarvis, L., Macdonald, S. & Whiting, A. (2016) ‘Analogy and authority in cyberterrorism discourse: An analysis of global news media coverage’, Global Society 30(4): 605-623. First view version available here.
– Aly, A., Macdonald, S., Jarvis, L., & Chen, C. (2016) ‘Special Issue Introduction: Terrorist Online Propaganda and Radicalisation’, Studies in Conflict & Terrorism 40(1): 1-9. Author accepted version online here.
– Jarvis, L. & Legrand, T. (2016) ‘Legislating for Otherness: Proscription Powers and Parliamentary Discourse‘, Review of International Studies 42(3): 558-574. First view version available here.
– Jarvis, L. & Lister, M. (2016) ‘What Would You Do? Everyday Conceptions and Constructions of Counter-terrorism’, Politics 36(3): 277-291. First view version available here.
– Jarvis, L., Macdonald, S., & Nouri, L. (2015) ‘State Cyberterrorism: A Contradiction in Terms?‘, Journal of Terrorism Research 6(3): 62-75.
– Jarvis, L. (2015) ‘Terrorism and Counter-terrorism after 7/7: An Interview with Charles Clarke’, Critical Studies on Terrorism 8(2): 306-320.
– Jarvis, L., Macdonald, S. & Whiting, A. (2015) ‘Constructing Cyberterrorism as a Security Threat: a Study of International News Media Coverage‘, Perspectives on Terrorism 9(1): 60-75.
– Jarvis, L. & Macdonald, S. (2015) ‘Responding to Cyberterrorism: Options and Avenues‘, Georgetown Journal of International Affairs V: 134-143.
– Jarvis, L. & Macdonald, S. (2015) ‘What is Cyberterrorism? Findings from a Survey of Researchers‘, in Terrorism and Political Violence 27(4): 657-678. Online first version available here.
– Heath-Kelly, C., Baker-Beall, C. & Jarvis, L. (2015) ‘Editors’ Introduction: Neoliberalism and/as Terror‘, Critical Studies on Terrorism 8(1): 1-14.
– Legrand, T. & Jarvis, L. (2014) ‘Enemies of the State: Proscription Powers and Their Use in the U.K.‘, British Politics 9(4): 450-471.
– Jarvis, L. (2014) ‘Terrorism, Discourse and Analysis Thereof: A Reply to Clement‘, Global Discourse 4(4): 444-445.
– Jarvis, L. & Macdonald, S. (2014) ‘Locating  Cyberterrorism: How Terrorism Researchers Use and View the Cyber Lexicon’, Perspectives on Terrorism 8(2): pp. 52-65.
– Jarvis, L. & Holland, J. (2014) ‘We [for]got him’: Remembering and Forgetting in the Narration of bin Laden’s death‘, in Millennium: Journal of International Studies 42(2): pp. 425-447. Online first version available.
– Jarvis, L. & Lister, M. (2014) ‘State Terrorism Research and Critical Terrorism Studies: An Assessment‘, in Critical Studies on Terrorism 7(1): pp. 43-61.
– Baker-Beall, C., Heath-Kelly, C. & Jarvis, L. (2014) ‘Editors’ Introduction: Critical Terrorism Studies: Practice, Limits, Experience‘, in Critical Studies on Terrorism 7(1): pp. 1-10.
– Jarvis, L., Macdonald, S. & Nouri, L. (2014) ‘The Cyberterrorism Threat: Findings From a Survey of Researchers’, in Studies in Conflict and Terrorism 37(1): pp. 68-90.
Holland, J. & Jarvis, L. (2014) ‘“Night Fell on a Different World”: Experiencing, Constructing and Remembering 9/11’, in Critical Studies on Terrorism 7(2): 187-204.
– Jarvis, L. & Lister, M. (2013) ‘Disconnection and Resistance: Anti-Terrorism and Citizenship in the UK‘, in Citizenship Studies 17(6-7): pp. 756-769.
– Jarvis, L. & Lister, M. (2013) ‘Vernacular Securities and Their Study: A Qualitative Analysis and Research Agenda‘, in International Relations 27(2), pp. 158-179.
– Jarvis, L. & Lister, M. (2013) ‘Disconnected Citizenship? The Impacts of Anti-terrorism Policy on Citizenship in the UK‘, in Political Studies 61(3): pp. 656-675.
Jarvis, L. (2011) ‘9/11 Digitally Remastered?: Internet Archives, Vernacular Memories and WhereWereYou.Org’, in Journal of American Studies 45(4), pp. 793-814.
– Jarvis, L. & Lister, M. (2010) ‘Stakeholder Security: The new Western way of Counter-terrorism?’, in Contemporary Politics 16(2), pp. 173-188.
– Jarvis, L. (2010) ‘Remember, Remember, 11 September: Memorializing 9/11 on the Internet’, in Journal of War and Culture Studies 3(1), pp. 69-82.
– Jarvis, L. (2009) ‘The Spaces and Faces of Critical Terrorism Studies’, in Security Dialogue 40(1), pp. 5-27.
– Jarvis, L. (2008) ‘Times of terror: writing temporality into the War on Terror’, in Critical Studies on Terrorism 1(2), pp. 245-262.

Guest Editorials (Journal Special Issues)
– Jackson, R., Heath-Kelly, C., Toros, C. & Jarvis, L. (Forthcoming, 2017) Special Issue: Ten Years of Critical Terrorism Studies, in Critical Studies on Terrorism.
– Jarvis, L. & Legrand, T. (Forthcoming, 2018) Special Issue: Proscription of Terrorist Organisations’, in Terrorism and Political Violence.
– Aly, A., Macdonald, S., Jarvis, L., & Chen, C. (2016) Special Issue: Terrorist Online Propaganda and Radicalisation’, in Studies in Conflict & Terrorism 40(1). Online first version available here.
– Baker-Beall, C., Heath-Kelly, C., Jarvis, L. (2015) ‘Special Issue: Neoliberalism and/as Terror’, in Critical Studies on Terrorism 8(1).
– Baker-Beall, C., Heath-Kelly, C., & Jarvis, L. (2014) ‘Special Issue: Critical Terrorism Studies: Practice, Limits and Experience’, in Critical Studies on Terrorism 7(1).

Book Chapters
– Jarvis, L. (Forthcoming) ‘Does al Qaeda Still Pose a Threat to International Security?’, in R. Jackson and D. Pisoiu (eds.) Contemporary Debates on Terrorism (2nd edition). Abingdon: Routledge.
– Jarvis, L. & Lister, M. (Forthcoming) ‘For the Record: (Re)constructing Obama’s Foreign Policy Legacy’, in M. Bentley & J. Holland (eds.) The Obama Doctrine: A Legacy of Continuity in U.S. Foreign Policy? Abingdon: Routledge [by invitation].
– Jarvis, L., Macdonald, S. & Whiting, A. (Forthcoming) ‘Cyberterrorism and its Construction in the Anglosphere and Beyond’, 2008-2013, in C. Dietze, and C. Verhoeven (eds.) The Oxford Handbook of the History of Terrorism. Oxford: Oxford University Press.
– Aly, A., MacDonald, S., Jarvis, L. and Chen, T. (2016) ‘Introduction’, in Aly, A., MacDonald, S., Jarvis, L., and Chen, T. (eds.)  Violent Extremism Online: New Perspectives on Terrorism and the Internet. Abingdon: Routledge.
– Jarvis, L. (2016) ‘Critical Terrorism Studies After 9/11’, in R. Jackson (ed.) Routledge Handbook of Critical Terrorism Studies. Abingdon: Routledge.
– Baker-Beall, C., Heath-Kelly, C. & Jarvis, L. (2015) ‘Introduction: Counter-radicalisation: Critical Perspectives’, in C. Heath-Kelly, C. Baker-Beall and L. Jarvis (eds.) Counter-radicalisation: Critical Perspectives. Abingdon: Routledge.
– Jarvis, L., and Lister, M. (2015) ‘Introduction: The Ends of Counter-terrorism’, in Jarvis, L. and Lister, M. (eds.) Critical Perspectives on Counter-terrorism. Abingdon: Routledge.
– Jarvis, L. & Macdonald, S. (2015) ‘Cyberterrorism: What is it, and what threat does it pose?’, in C. Kennedy-Pipe, G. Clubb & S. Mabon (eds.) Terrorism and Political Violence: The Evolution of Contemporary Insecurity. London: Sage.
– Chen, T., Jarvis, L. & Macdonald, S. (2014) ‘Introduction: Cyberterrorism and its Analysis’, in T. Chen, L. Jarvis, and S. Macdonald (eds.) Cyberterrorism: Understanding, Assessment and Response. New York, NY: Springer.
– Jarvis, L., Nouri, M. and Whiting, A. (2014) ‘Terrorism, Violence and Conflict in the Digital Age: Implications, Opportunities and Challenges’, in I. Tellidis and H. Toros (eds.) Researching Terrorism, Peace and Conflict Studies. Abingdon: Routledge.
– Chen, T., Jarvis, L. and Macdonald, S. (eds.) (2014) ‘Conclusions’, in T. Chen, L. Jarvis, and S. Macdonald (eds.) Cyberterrorism: Understanding, Assessment and Response. New York, NY: Springer.
– Jarvis, L. (2013) ‘Thinking about Time in US Foreign Policy and its Study’, in M. Bentley & J. Holland (eds.) Obama’s Foreign Policy: Ending the War on Terror. Abingdon: Routledge.
– Jarvis, L., Nouri, M. & Whiting, A. (2014) ‘Understanding, Locating and Constructing Cyberterrorism’, in L. Jarvis, S. Macdonald & T. Chen (eds.) Cyber Terrorism: Understanding, Assessment and Response. New York, NY: Springer.
– Jarvis, L. & Lister, M. (2015) ‘I Read it in the FT: Everyday Knowledge of Counter-terrorism’, in L. Jarvis & M. Lister (eds.) Critical Perspectives on Counter-Terrorism. Abingdon: Routledge.
– Jarvis, L. (2013) ‘Conclusion: The Process, Practice and Ethics of Research’, in  L.J. Shepherd (ed.) Critical Approaches to Security: An Introduction to Theory and Methods. Abingdon: Routledge
– Jarvis, L. (2012) ‘Al Qaeda: A Diminishing Threat’, in R. Jackson & S. Sinclair (eds.) Contemporary Debates on Terrorism. Abingdon: Routledge.
– Jarvis, L. (2010) ‘Spotlight Essay/News and Information: Newspaper Headlines’, in S. Quay & A. Damico (eds.) September 11 in Popular Culture: A Guide. Oxford: Greenwood.
– Jarvis, L. (2010) ‘Rogue States’, in G. Kurian (ed.), The Encyclopedia of Political Science. New York, NY: CQ Press.
– Jarvis, L. (2010) ‘Mutual Assured Destruction (MAD)’, in G. Kurian (ed.), The Encyclopedia of Political Science. New York, NY: CQ Press.

Other Publications
– Jarvis, L. (2016) ‘On ‘Extremism’, ‘Radicalisation’ and ‘British Values’’, in Eastminster. Available online via: http://www.ueapolitics.org/2016/06/03/on-extremism-radicalisation-and-british-values/
– Jarvis, L. (2016) ‘The Brussels attacks: How should Europe respond?’, in Foreign Policy Concepts (Canada). Available online via: http://foreignpolicyconcepts.com/the-brussels-attacks-how-should-europe-respond/
– Jarvis, L. (2016) ‘Islamský štát nie je pre Európu hrozbou, tvrdí odborník na terorizmusin Dennik’, in SME (Slovakia). Available online via: http://svet.sme.sk/c/20122831/islamsky-stat-nie-je-pre-europu-hrozbou-tvrdi-odbornik-na-terorizmus.html
– Jarvis, L. (2016) ‘Brussels attacks require cautious, measured response: an interview with cafebabel’, in cafebabel. Available online via: http://www.cafebabel.co.uk/society/article/brussels-attacks-require-cautious-measured-response.html
– Jarvis, L. (2016) ‘Analysis: Response to Brussels Attacks Should be Measured’ in Eastern Daily Press. Available online via: http://www.edp24.co.uk/news/politics/analysis_response_to_brussels_attacks_should_be_measured_1_4467575.
– Jarvis, L. (2016) ‘Brussels Attacks, 22 March 2016: An Analysis’, in Eastminster. Available online via: http://www.ueapolitics.org/2016/03/22/brussels-attacks-22-march-2016-a-response/
– Jarvis, L. (2015) ‘After Paris What Should (Not) Be Done?’, in E-IR. Available online via: http://www.e-ir.info/2015/11/30/after-paris-what-should-not-be-done/ [by invitation]
– Jarvis, L. & Legrand, T. (2015) ‘Forbidden Friends, Delivered to Your Enemies: Proscription, Al Qaeda and the Islamic State’, in Ballots and Bullets (University of Nottingham). Available online via: http://nottspolitics.org/2015/10/13/forbidden-friends-delivered-to-your-enemies-proscription-al-qaeda-and-the-islamic-state/ [by invitation].
– Jarvis, L. (2015) ‘Academic Impact on Policing and Security: An Interview with Ian Quinton OBE’, in Eastminster. Available online via: http://www.ueapolitics.org/2015/10/08/academic-impact-on-policing-and-security-an-interview-with-ian-quinton-obe/
– Legrand, T. & Jarvis, L. (2015) ‘Here Be Dragons: Modern Banishment and Foreign Fighters’, in The Plot. Available online via: http://www.the-plot.org/2015/08/12/here-be-dragons-modern-banishment-and-foreign-fighters/
– Jarvis, L. (2015) ‘Remembering 7/7: Seven Thoughts, Ten Years On’, in Eastminster. Available online via: http://www.ueapolitics.org/2015/07/06/remembering-77-seven-thoughts-ten-years-on/
 – Jarvis, L. (2015) ‘Securitizing terrorism and extremism after the Tunisian attacks’, in Eastminster. Available online via: http://www.ueapolitics.org/2015/06/29/securitizing-terrorism-and-extremism-after-the-tunisian-attacks/
 – Jarvis, L. (2015) ‘Questions of Violence’, in Royal Opera House programme for Guillaume Tell by Rossini [by invitation].
– Jarvis, L. (2015) ‘William Tell, Terrorism, and the Power of Proscription’, in Eastminster. Available online via: http://www.ueapolitics.org/2015/06/17/william-tell-terriorism-and-the-power-of-proscription/
– Jarvis, L. (2015) ‘How Might We Evaluate Counter-terrorism Policy? The Three W’s of Counter-terrorism’, in Eastminster. Available online via: http://www.ueapolitics.org/2014/12/17/evaluate-counterterrorism-policy/
– Jarvis, L., & Lister, M. (2014) ‘Counterterrorism Awareness Campaigns: It’s Probably Nothing…But’, in Eastminster.
– Jarvis, L. & Legrand, T. (2014) ‘There are Serious Question Marks over the Appropriateness and Effectiveness of Proscribing Terrorist Organisations’, in Democratic Audit.
– Macdonald, S., Aly, A., Chen, T., Jarvis, L., Mair, D., Nouri, L & Whiting, A. (2014).  Terrorists’ Use of the Internet: A Symposium – Final Report. Cyberterrorism Project Research Report (No. 4). Available via: www.cyberterrorism-project.org.
– Chen, T., Jarvis, L., Macdonald, S., and Whiting, A. (2014). Cyberterrorism and the News
Media. Cyberterrorism Project Research Report (No. 3).  Available via: www.cyberterrorism-project.org.
– Jarvis, L. (2014) ‘How Do We Remember a Problem Like Bin Laden?‘, in Eastminster.
– Jarvis, L. (2014) ‘Studying Terrorism: Critically‘, in Eastminster.
– Jarvis, L. (2014) ‘How Much of a Threat is Cyberterrorism?‘, in Eastminster.
– Jarvis, L. & Lister, M. (2013) ‘Anti-terrorism Laws Have Caused Citizens to Rethink What Being a Citizen Means’, in Eastminster.
– Jarvis, L. & Lister, M. (2013) ‘Anti-terrorism Powers Have Fractured Experiences of Citizenship Across the UK’, in Democratic Audit.
– Lister, M. & Jarvis, L. (2013) ‘Vernacular Securities and Everyday Life’, in e-IR.
– Macdonald, S., Jarvis, L. & Chen, T. (2013) A Multidisciplinary Conference on Cyberterrorism: Final Report. Cyberterrorism Project Research Report (No. 2), Swansea University. Available via: www.cyberterrorism-project.org
– Macdonald, S., Jarvis, L., Chen, T. & Lavis, S. (2013) Cyberterrorism: A Survey of Researchers. Cyberterrorism Project Research Report (No. 1), Swansea University. Available via: www.cyberterrorism-project.org
– Jarvis, L., Macdonald, S. & Chen, T. (2013) ‘What is cyberterrorism? Concepts and contests from the world of research’, in e-IR.
Jarvis, L., Macdonald, S, & Chen, T. (2013) ‘Cyberterrorism is amongst the most feared of contemporary security challenges yet there is a striking lack of unanimity amongst researchers as to its nature and significance’, in British Politics & Policy at LSE.
– Jarvis, L. & Lister, M. (2012) Citizenship, Security & Anti-Terrorism Policy: Findings from the United Kingdom, in Terrorism and Political Violence Association Blog.
– Jackson, R., Jarvis, L., Gunning, J., & Breen-Smyth, M. (2012) The Causes of Terrorism: Deconstructing the Myths, in Arches Quarterly (The Cordoba Foundation) 5(9), pp. 68-72.
– Jarvis, L. (2012) Al Qaeda in 2012, in e-International Relations, 18 February 2012.
– Jarvis, L. (2011) 9/11: Meaning and Legacies, in Palgrave 9/11 Forum.
– Jarvis, L. & Lister, M. (2011) Values and Stakeholders in the 2011 Prevent Strategy, in Muslim Council of Britain (MCB) Soundings, PREVENT 2011: Towards Informed Responses.
– Jarvis, L. & Lister, M. (2011) Research in Progress: Anti-terrorism, Citizenship and Security in the UK, in International Studies Today 1(1), p.7.
– Lister M. & Jarvis, L. (2011) The Counter-Terrorism Review: Trading Liberty for Security, in Open Democracy, 5 February 2011.
– Jarvis, L. (2010) Speaking of Terrorism: Gordon Brown’s War of Words, in RUSI Monitor 9(1), pp. 11-13.
– Jarvis, L. (2009) A Busy Person’s Intro to Terrorism. Leawood, Kansas: Busy Person’s Publishing.

Review Essays
– Jarvis, L. (2015)  Review of Jackson, R. ‘Confessions of a Terrorist: A Novel’, in Journal of Intervention and State-building 9(1).
– Jarvis, L. (2011) Review of Moore, C. ‘Contemporary Violence: Postmodern War in Kosovo and Chechnya’, in Media, War & Conflict 4(3).
– Jarvis, L. (2011) Review of Izard, R. & Perkins, J. (eds.) ‘Lessons From Ground Zero: Media Response to Terror’, in Journal of American Studies 45(3).
– Jarvis, L. (2010) Review of Neumann, P. ‘Old and New Terrorism’ and English, R. ‘Terrorism: How to Respond’, in International Affairs 86(1).
– Jarvis, L. (2006) Review of Rogers, P. ‘A War on Terror: Afghanistan and After’, in The Whitehead Journal of Diplomacy and International Relations 7(1).
– Jarvis, L. (2006) Review of Ahmed, A. and Forst, B. (Ed’s.) ‘After Terror: Promoting Dialogue among Civilizations’, in Millennium: Journal of International Studies 34(3).
– Jarvis, L. (2006) Review of Mills, S. ‘Discourse’, and Gee, J. ‘An Introduction to Discourse Analysis: Theory and Method’, in Discourse Studies 8(3).
– Jarvis, L. (2006) Review of Booth, K. (ed.) ‘Critical Security Studies and World Politics’, in International Affairs 82(1).
– Jarvis, L. (2005) Review of Charteris-Black, J. ‘Politicians and Rhetoric: The Persuasive Power of Metaphor’, in Political Studies Review 3(4).
– Jarvis, L. (2005) Review of Nassar, J. ‘Globalization and Terrorism: The Migration of Dreams and Nightmares’, in Political Studies Review 3(3).
– Jarvis, L. (2005) Review of Hutnyk, J. ‘Bad Marxism: Capitalism and Cultural Studies’, in Contemporary South Asia 14(3).

Advisory work
– Terrorist Use of the Internet: Assessment and Response. Organising committee member of this NATO Advanced Research Workshop. Attendees including academics and a range of stakeholders from international organisations, police forces, think-tanks, armed forces, and intelligence communities (June 2016)
– Enhancing Security Through Efficient Policing. Knowledge exchange workshop attended by police personnel and policymakers. Research with Michael Lister on Anti-terrorism, Citizenship and Security presented by invitation, University of East Anglia (4 November 2015).
– Social Media, Religion and Political Violence Forum. By invitation contribution to research-led impact day with approximately fifty professionals including policymakers, journalists, and community leaders. Organised by Professor Marie Gillespie of the Open University (2015).
– Anti-terrorism, Citizenship and Security. Research dissemination day with approximately fifty practitioners including Police Officers, Prevent Coordinators, Intelligence Analysts, Researchers, Counter-terrorism Response Officers and others from Kent, Hampshire, Surrey, Sussex, and Thames Valley Police Forces (December 2014, with Dr. Michael Lister, Oxford Brookes University).
– Reframing Anti-Terrorism Proscription Policy and Powers in Australia: Submission to the Independent National Security Legislation Monitor (INSLM). Submission comprised a 14pp. document aiming to: (i) Identify major problems with Australia’s current proscription regime, (ii) Propose an alternative policy and legislative framework, and, (iii) Outline the benefits of this proposed new framework (2013, with Dr. Tim Legrand, Griffith University).
– Anti-terrorism, Citizenship and Security in the UK. Research dissemination seminar held at Portland House, Victoria with governmental and non-governmental stakeholders (January 2011, with Dr. Michael Lister, Oxford Brookes University).
– Feeling Secure? The Public and UK Counter-terrorism Powers. Swansea University National Assembly Briefing, National Assembly for Wales, Cardiff. (December 2010, with Dr. Michael Lister). 
– Counter-terrorism, Citizenship and Security in the UK. Evidence submitted to the Home Office Rapid Review of Counter Terrorism Powers, announced by the Home Secretary on 13 July 2010. Submission comprised a co-authored 49pp. summary of evidence prepared with Dr. Michael Lister.

Research Income
British [Muslim] Values: Conflict or Convergence. AHRC/ESRC Partnership for Conflict, Crime and Security Research, Innovation Award, 2016.
– Talking Shop: British Politics as Seen From Within. University of East Anglia Annual Fund 2013/2014.
– Cyberterrorism: An Interdisciplinary Conference. NATO Public Diplomacy Programme, Brussels. Co-sponsorship of 2013 conference in Birmingham, UK (with Stuart Macdonald and Tom Chen), 2013.
– Cyberterrorism: An Interdisciplinary Conference. United States Office of Naval Research Global Collaborative Science Programme. Support for 2013 conference in Birmingham, UK (with Stuart Macdonald and Tom Chen).
– SALT (Swansea Academy of Learning and Teaching) Research Internship Placement
Framing Cyberterrorism: A Print and Digital Media Analysis. Competitive internal funding for two Research Assistants secured with Stuart Macdonald and Tom Chen. Funding supported collection of empirical data on media representations of cyberterrorism across the UK, US, Australia (June 2013 to August 2013).
– SALT (Swansea Academy of Learning and Teaching) Research Internship Placement: ‘Cyber-terrorism: What is[n’t] it?’. With Stuart Macdonald (School of Law, Swansea) and Tom Chen (College of Engineering, Swansea), 2012.
– ESRC (Wales DTC) Fully funded doctoral training studentship in cyber-terrorism. With Stuart Macdonald (School of Law, Swansea) and Tom Chen (College of Engineering, Swansea), 2012.
– Bridging the Gaps Escalator Fund: Cyber-Terrorism: A Multi-disciplinary Perspective. Funding awarded for workshop on cyber-terrorism with Stuart Macdonald (School of Law, Swansea) and Tom Chen (College of Engineering, Swansea), 2011.
– International Studies Association Travel Grant Award. Funding awarded for travel to 2012 Annual Convention in San Diego, CA, 2011.
– Swansea University PGR Scholarships and Bursaries. Two full PhD scholarships awarded for the study of cyber-terrorism with Stuart MacDonald Tom Chen, 2011.
– ESRC Small Grant Award (RES 000-22-3765). Anti-Terrorism, Citizenship and Security in the UK (with Michael Lister, Oxford Brookes University), 2009.
– International Studies Association Travel Grant Award. Funding awarded for travel to 2009 Annual Convention in New York, NY, 2009.
– ESRC +3 Award (PTA 030 2003 00614). Full funding awarded for PhD project: Times of Terror: Discourse and the Politics of Temporality, 2003.

Media Interviews
– BBC Radio Norfolk, 15 July 2016: Nice attacks.
– Belleville News Democrat, Illinois, 23 March 2016: Brussels attacks.
– Die Junge Welt, Germany, 23 March 2016: Brussels attacks.
– Kristeligt Dagblad, Denmark, 23 March 2016: Aftermath of the Brussels attacks.
– Petit Press, Slovakia, 23 March 2016: Brussels attacks and terrorism in Europe.
– BBC Three Counties, 23 March 2016: Brussels attacks and UK security.
– France 24, 22 March 2016: Responsibility for the Brussels attacks.
– Mustard TV, 18 November 2015: Paris attacks.
– BBC Look East, 7 July 2015: Legacies of the 7 July 2005 attacks.
– BBC Radio Suffolk, 7 July 2015: UK Government’s counter-terrorism framework post-7/7.
– BBC Radio Norfolk, 7 July 2015: Terrorism and counter-terrorism in the UK from 7/7 to the present.
– BBC Look East, 3 July 2015: Problems with the concept of radicalisation.
– BBC Three Counties, 3 July 2015: Luton family believed to have travelled to Syria.
– Anglia News (ITV), 2 July 2015: Radicalisation, in the context of a Luton family believed to have travelled to Syria.
– BBC Radio Suffolk, 30 June 2015: UK response to the shootings in Sousse, Tunisia.
– BBC Radio Norfolk, 30 June 2015: UK response to the shootings in Sousse, Tunisia.
– BBC Radio 4, 17 December 2014: Interviewee on Frontiers, on mathematical modelling and terrorist violence.
– BBC Radio Norfolk, 26 November 2014: Counter-terrorism Awareness Campaign and Counter-Terrorism Bill.
– BBC Radio Wales, 12 April 2013: Cyberterrorism and its threat.
– BBC Radio Wales, 11 April 2013: South Korea ‘cyber attacks’ and cyberterrorism.
– Swansea Sound and the Wave (commercial radio station), 10 April 2013: Cyberterrorism conference.
– Wales Online, 9 April 2013: From 9/11 to Stuxnet: Swansea Conference Aims to Define Cyberterrorism
– BBC Radio Wales, 14 September 2012: Cyberterrorism (with Timothy Legrand).
– BBC Radio Wales, 23 July 2011: Norway bombing and shooting.
– BBC Radio Wales, 3 December 2009: Retrospective on the War on Terror.
– BBC Radio Wales, 4 June 2009: President Obama’s forthcoming trip to Cairo.
– ITV Wales, 28 May 2009: British hostages held in Iraq.

Peer Reviewing
Academic Journals:
Security Dialogue; Review of International Studies; European Journal of International Relations; British Journal of Politics and International Relations; Millennium: Journal of International Studies; International Relations; Terrorism and Political Violence; Cooperation and Conflict; International Political Sociology; Studies in Conflict & Terrorism; Administration & Society; Polity; Politics; Critical Studies on Terrorism; Contemporary Political Theory; Journal of War and Culture Studies; Ethnicities; Global Society; International Studies Review; Human Technology; Citizenship Studies; Relaciones Internacionales; Media, War & Conflict; Ethnic and Racial Studies; Critical Discourse Studies; Journal of Language and Politics; Law & Society Review; European Journal of International Security; Computer Supported Cooperative Work (CSCW).
Publishers:
– Oxford University Press; Cambridge University Press; Manchester University Press; Palgrave Macmillan; Pan-Macmillan; Routledge; Polity Press; Zed Books; Edward Elgar.
Research Councils and Funding Bodies:
– Economic and Social Research Council, UK (2015); Irish Research Council for the Humanities and Social Sciences (2010); Israel Science Foundation (2012); Centre for Research and Evidence on Security Threats (CREST) (2016).

Conferences Organised:
– Borders: Imagination, Governance, Negotiation And Contestation. Critical Global Politics Workshop, University of East Anglia, 3 December 2014.
– Critical Terrorism Studies: Practice, Limits and Experience, Annual Conference of the BISA Critical Terrorism Studies Working Group, Loughborough University, September 2013 (with Christopher Baker-Beall and Charlotte Heath-Kelly).
– Security, Conflict and Justice. ESRC Doctoral Training Centre Wales Annual Workshop for Postgraduate Students, Swansea University, 27-28 June 2013.
– Cyberterrorism: A Multidisciplinary Conference, Swansea University Cyberterrorism Project, April 2013 (with Prof. Tom Chen and Dr. Stuart Macdonald), Birmingham, UK. Cyberterrorism Conference Call for papers 2013
– The UK Prevent Strategy in 2012, BISA Critical Terrorism Studies Working Group, King’s College London, 6 September 2012 (with Dr. Charlotte Heath-Kelly, Warwick University and Dr. Christopher Baker-Beall, Birmingham University).
– Cyber-Terrorism: Multidisciplinary Perspectives, Swansea University, 13-14 September 2012 (with Dr. Stuart Macdonald and Professor Tom Chen, both Swansea University).
– Anti-Terrorism, Citizenship and Security in the UK; Swansea University, 15-16 July 2010 (with Dr. Michael Lister, Oxford Brookes University).
– New Media, Image War and the War on Terror; Swansea University, 24 June 2011 (with Dr. Nathan Roger, Swansea University).

Selected conference papers and invited presentations

2016
– (En)gendering Cyberterrorism in News Media Discourse: A Discursive Approach. NATO Advanced Research Workshop: Terrorist Use of the Internet – Assessment and Response, Dublin (June)
– Teaching Terrorism Studies: Negotiating Prevent’s new Channel Duties. Roundtable participant on panel focused on Prevent and Higher Education. Annual Conference of the British International Studies Association, Edinburgh (June)
– ‘Not a magic wand’: Proscription and the Politics of Parliamentary Ritual. Annual Conference of the British International Studies Association, Edinburgh (June).
2015
– ‘I am Somewhat Puzzled’: Terrorism, Proscription and Securitization. Departmental seminar series, Nottingham Trent University (December). By invitation.
– Counter-terrorism, Citizenship and Human Rights. British Academy Being Human Festival 2015, Friend’s Meeting House, Norwich (November). By invitation.
– Critical Terrorism Studies after 9/11. Annual Conference of the British International Studies Association, London (June).
– Proscription and Parliamentary Discourse. Annual Conference of the British International Studies Association, London (June).
2014
– Legislating for Otherness: Parliament, Proscription and Identity. Departmental seminar series, Queen’s University Belfast (November). By invitation.
– What would they do? Neoliberalism and/as Terror: Technologies, Politics and Vernacular Perspectives. The Annual Critical Terrorism Studies Conference, Nottingham Trent University (September).
2013
– Disconnected Citizenship. Preventing Terrorism in Europe: Aspects, Effects, Critique. CERI/Sciences Po Conference, Paris (October). By invitation.
– Disconnection, Resistance and Anti-Terrorism Powers. BISA Critical Studies on Terrorism Working Group Annual Conference, 2013, Loughborough.
– Cyberterrorism: Concepts and Controversies. Terrorism and Political Violence Association Conference: Horizon Scanning 21st Century Insecurities, Institute for Strategic Dialogue, London.
– Vernacular Securities and Their Study. Reading University Departmental Seminar Series.
2012
– Understanding, Locating and Constructing Cyberterrorism. Swansea University Cyberterrorism workshop (with Lella Nouri and Andrew Whiting).
– Cyber-terrorism: Labels and constructs. Law Department Research Seminar, Swansea University
2011
– Al-Qaeda: No Bark, No Bite, No Problem?: British International Studies Association Annual Conference 2011, Manchester.
2010
– Western State Terrorism: Toward an Expansionary Approach? Jean Monnet Centre of Excellence Research Seminar, King’s College London (with Dr. Michael Lister).
– Citizens, Suspects, Stakeholders; Terrorists? Joint Meeting on ‘Teaching and Researching Terrorism’, sponsored by the BISA Critical Studies on Terrorism Group and the Teaching About Terrorism Special Interest Group of C-SAP; supported by the Consortium for Research on Terrorology and Political Violence, University of Manchester (with Dr. Michael Lister).
– Anti-Terrorism and/as (In)security: Anti-Terrorism, Citizenship and Security in the UK workshop, Swansea University (with Dr. Michael Lister).
– Anti-Terrorism, Citizenship and Security in the UK: Political Studies Association Annual Conference 2010, Edinburgh (with Dr. Michael Lister).
– Anti-Terrorism, Citizenship and Security in the UK: Oxford Brookes University, Department of International Relations, Politics and Sociology Departmental Seminar Series (with Dr. Michael Lister).
2009 
– Afghanistan: Pasts, Presents and Futures: Sir John Gray Memorial Lecture for the Llanelli branch of the Workers’ Educational Association.
– Remember, Remember, 11 September: Political Analysis and Governance Research Seminar, Swansea University.
– Memories of Terror in a Digital Age: (Re)Producing Temporality, Community and Grievable Lives: International Studies Association, 2009 Annual Convention, New York, NY.
2008 
– Remembering Terror in a Digital Age: Politics and International Relations Departmental Seminar, Swansea University.
– Moving Beyond Balance and Risk in US and UK Counter-terrorism Policies: Departmental Seminar, Oxford Brookes University (with Dr. Michael Lister).
2007               
– Discursive Discovery, Recovery, and Invention: Department of International Relations, Politics and Sociology Qualitative Research Methods Workshop,Oxford Brookes University.
– Heterogeneous Temporalities and the War on Terror: International Studies Association, 2007 Annual Convention, Chicago, Illinois.
2006               
– Articulating Freedom: Hegemony and The War on Terror: 2006 BISA Annual Conference, University of Cork.
– Problematising State Narratives of Temporality in The War on Terror: 2006 BISA Annual Conference, University of Cork.
– Liberty and Security: Problematising Images of Balance and New Security: London in a Time of Terror: The Politics of Response Conference, Birkbeck College (with Dr. Michael Lister).
– Writing Temporality into the War on Terror(ism): The 2nd Annual Bristol-Birmingham Graduate Conference,University of Birmingham.
2005             
– (Re-)Writing The War on Terrorism: The 1st Annual Bristol-Birmingham Graduate Conference, University of Bristol.
– Civilization, Antagonism, and International Terrorism: The 6th Essex Graduate Conference in Political Theory, Essex University.
– Terrorism, Orientalism, and Otherness: The 2005 PSA Annual Conference, University of Leeds.
2004 
– The Twin Failures of Terrorism Studies: Graduate Colloquium, University of Birmingham.
– Challenging the Use and Abuse of Coxian Approaches to International Political Theory: The 10th Anniversary Contemporary Research in International Political Theory Conference, London School of Economics (with Claes Belfrage).