Publications

ACADEMIC JOURNAL ARTICLES

  •  “Counter-Terrorizing: The Use of Torture in Peru’s Counterterrorism Campaign. Terrorism and Political Violence Vol. 29, Issue 2 (2017), pp. 254-276. click here
  • “Social Network Analysis in the Study of Terrorism and Insurgency: From Organization to Politics.” International Studies Review  Vol. 18, Issue 2 (2016), pp. 214-243. w/ Michael Gabbay click here
  • “Decapitation, Disruption, and Unintended Consequences in Counterterrorism: Lessons from Islamist Terror Networks in Spain.Defense & Security Analysis Vol. 32, Issue 2 (2016), pp. 177-191. click here
  • “Off With Their Heads: The Islamic State and Civilian Beheadings.” Journal of Terrorism Research Vol. 6, Issue 2 (May 2015), pp. 83-93. w/ Zane Kelly .pdf
  • “Drug-Trafficking, Terrorism, and Civilian Self-Defense in Peru.” CTC Sentinel Vol. 7, Issue 4 (April 2014), pp. 18-22. .pdf (reprint in Spanish click here)

ACADEMIC JOURNAL ARTICLES (Pedagogy Focus)
  •  Active Learning in Large Graduate Classes: Reflections on an 'Attaining Citizenship' Simulation.” Journal of Political Science Education (2018) online first. w/ Aleks Deejay and Maria Rost Rublee. click here

OTHER ARTICLES
  • “Pro-Government Militias and the Philippines' Other Insurgency.” Political Violence @ a Glance (August 22, 2017) click here
  • Catch Your Thief: From Vigilantism to Vigilance in Lima's Southern Cone. Political Violence @ a Glance (September 27, 2016) click here
  • Tortoise Politics in the Time of the Hare: Long-Run Solutions to Social Conflict in Latin America. Political Violence @ a Glance (August 16, 2016)     click here
  • “Send in the Clowns: Opposing Anti-Migrant Citizen Patrols in Finland. Political Violence @ a Glance (March 22, 2016) click here
  • UNGASS 2016 and Drug Policy in Latin America.” Policy Brief, Sié Chéou-Kang Center for International Security & Diplomacy, University of Denver (March 2016) .pdf
  • FedEx and the Ghost Gunner.’” Political Violence @ a Glance (December 29, 2015) click here
  • Symposium Introduction: “From Protection to Predation Part I: When Self-Defense Forces ‘Go Bad.’” Political Violence @ a Glance (October 27, 2015) click here
  • “Art, Conflict, and Social Change in Peru. Political Violence @ a Glance (August 25, 2015) click here
  • “Autonomous Security Provision in Peru. Political Violence @ a Glance (June 23, 2015) click here
  • “Virtual Vigilantes: Anonymous Cyber-Attacks Against the Islamic State. Political Violence @ a Glance (April 7, 2015) click here

ACADEMIC JOURNAL ARTICLES AND BOOK CHAPTERS UNDER REVIEW
  • “Joining the Counterinsurgency: Armed Civilian Mobilization in the Philippines ” w/ Joshua Eastin
  • “The Paramilitary Paradigm and Beyond: Armed Civilian Mobilization in Peru” (book chapter for an edited volume titled The Political Violence of Capital: Paramilitary Formations in Global Perspective)
  • “Staging Peace: Community Organizations, Theatrical Performance, and Violent Conflict in Peru” (book chapter for an edited volume titled Civil Action and the Dynamics of Violence in Conflict, Oxford University Press)



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