Following on from my 8 January post about the state of terrorism studies, I’ve made a collection of earlier Murphy Raid posts on terrorism studies and wider national security research.
Some of them simply list resources, others provide histories of particular fields or describe recent developments, reflecting my reading interests and ponderings at different times. I hope they’ll be useful to anyone interested in research in these areas.
Posts on terrorism studies:
- The best articles from 2018 on the state of terrorism studies, 8 January 2019
- New and promising terrorism research across the disciplines: a personal list, 31 January 2018
- Resources: hypotheses on violent extremism, 21 August 2016
- Critiques of terrorism studies: a brief introduction, 4 April 2016
- Internal assessments of terrorism studies, 17 January 2016
- Resources: mapping terrorism studies in Australia, 30 October 2014
Posts on national security, academia, and the public sphere:
- Australia’s growing online strategy-sphere, 12 July 2017
- Videos: academia and national security, 29 May 2017
- Security studies versus strategic studies: a history – part 2, 24 May 2016
- Security studies versus strategic studies: a history – part 1, 25 April 2016
- Australia’s new online strategy-sphere, 10 March 2016
- Resources: social science and the “Islamic State” threat, 21 November 2015