Table of contents for Critical terrorism studies : a new research agenda / edited Richard Jackson, Marie Breen Smyth, and Jeroen Gunning.


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Introduction: the case for critical terrorism studies     1
RICHARD JACKSON, MARIE BREEN SMYTH AND
JEROEN GUNNING
PART I
The contemporary study of political terrorism                11
1 Mapping terrorism studies after 9/11: an academic field of
old problems and new prospects                           13
MAGNUS RANSTORP
2 Contemporary terrorism studies: issues in research        34
ANDREW SILKE
3 In the service of power: terrorism studies and US
intervention in the global South                         49
SAM RAPHAEL
4 Knowledge, power and politics in the study of political
terrorism                                                66
RICHARD JACKSON
PART II
Critical approaches to the study of political terrorism      85
5 Exploring a critical theory approach to terrorism studies  87
HARMONIE TOROS AND JEROEN GUNNING
6 Emancipation and critical terrorism studies              109
MATT McDONALD
7 Middle East area studies and terrorism studies:
establishing links via a critical approach               124
KATERINA DALACOURA
8 The contribution of anthropology to critical terrorism
studies                                                 138
JEFFREY A. SLUKA
9 Social movement theory and the study of terrorism        156
JEROEN GUNNING
10 The contemporary 'Mahabharata' and the many
'Draupadis': bringing gender to critical terrorism studies  178
CHRISTINE SYLVESTER AND SWATI PARASHAR
11 Subjectivities, 'suspect communities', governments, and
the ethics of research on 'terrorism'                    194
MARIE BREEN SMYTH
12 Critical terrorism studies: framing a new research agenda  216
RICHARD JACKSON, MARIE BREEN SMYTH AND
JEROEN GUNNING
Bibliography                                            237



Library of Congress subject headings for this publication: Terrorism Research, Terrorism Political aspects Research