on torture debates in the war on terror
2020. “Truth and Consequences? Reconceptualizing the Politics of Exposure” (accepted for publication in now available online at Security Dialogue
on “terrorism” and expertise
2017 “Can terrorism be defined?” (chapter 1, pp 11-20 in Constructions of Terrorism, edited by Michael Stohl, Scott Englund, and Richard Burchill, Berkeley: University of California Press.)
2016. “The emergence of terrorism studies as a field” (Chapter 1 in Richard Jackson, ed., The Routledge Handbook of Critical Terrorism Studies, New York: Routledge.)
2015. Problematic knowledge: How “terrorism” resists expertise (chapter in T. V. Berling and C. Bueger, eds., Capturing Security Expertise: Practice, Power and Responsibility) New York: Routledge.
2013. “Experts, États et théorie des champs. Quelques leçons tirées d’une sociologie de l’expertise sur le terrorisme” (“Experts, States, and Field Theory: Learning from the Peculiar Case of Terrorism Expertise.”) Critique Internationale 59: April- June 2013, pp. 89-104.
on the sociology of security
2015. (with Greggor Mattson). “Sociology: Security and Insecurities” (chapter in Philippe Bourbeau, ed., Security: Dialogue Across Disciplines, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.)
2013. “Toward a Sociology of Security” Sociological Forum 28:3, pp.631-33
on cultural capital and college admissions
Interview with BBC Mundo
Interview with Tanqeed
Interview with Sustainable Security
10/10/14 “How political violence became terrorism” at John Jay College, City University of New York (video)