Please feel free to click on the following links to read recent papers, articles, essays and whatnot written by me:


Othering Terrorism: A rhetorical strategy of strategic labeling

  • Journal article to appear in Genocide Studies and Prevention: An International Journal, published by the International Association of Genocide Scholars, in Spring 2017

Cells, Communiqués & Monikers: The Insurrectionary Networks of Anti-State Attack

  • Book chapter to appear in The Routledge Guide to Radical Political Theory, edited by Uri Gordon and Ruth Kinna. London, UK:Routledge, 2017


The Riotization of Protest, an interview with Michael Loadenthal

  • Discussing the felonization and riotization of protest for the Hotwire weekly radio show.

Contemporary Questions on Eco-terrorism with Michael Loadenthal

  • This article, conducted in an interview format, seeks to delve into my scholarship focused on ‘eco-terrorism’; to explore its contemporary relevancy, methodological strategy, and the role this plays in understanding security from a critical perspective.

Structural Conflict, Systemic Violence, and Statehood A Guided Reading

  • Book chapter appearing as the Introduction to: A History of World Peace since 1750 anthology, edited by Christian Philip Peterson, William M. Knoblauch and Michael Loadenthal, Routledge, 2018.

Leftist Political Violence: From Terrorism to Social Protest

  • Book chapter appearing in, Terrorism in America, edited by Kevin Borgeson and Robin Valeri. Taylor and Francis, 2018.


“Eco-Terrorism”: An Incident-Driven History of Attack (1973-2010)

  • Journal article & study appendix/methodology/dataset published in Journal for the Study of Radicalism  11, no. 2 (Fall 2017): 1–106.

To Throw the Bath Water Out With the Baby

  • The “[Executive] Director’s Cut” essay to accompany the Winter 2016-Spring 2017 issue of the Peace Chronicle, the seasonal publication of the Pace and Justice Studies Association (Publication Date: Dec 24, 2016)

Operação Splash Back!: A Queerização da Libertação Animal e as Contribuições dos Neo-insurrecionários queers

  • Translated republication (originally “Operation Splash Back!: Queering Animal Liberation Through the Contributions of Neo-Insurrectionist Queers”), appearing in Revista Latinoamericana de Estudios Críticos Animales II, no. III (December 2016).


Fatherhood, Veganism and Masculinity

  • Autobiographical essay published in Textshop Experiments, vol 2: Tours & Detours, no. 1 (Winter 2016)

Activism, Terrorism, and Social Movements: The “Green Scare” as Monarchical Power.

  • Journal article published in Research in Social Movements, Conflicts and Change, Vol. 40, Narratives of Identity in Social Movements, Conflicts and Change. (August 2016)

Interpreting Insurrectionary Corpora: Qualitative-Quantitative Analysis of Clandestine Communiqués

  • Journal article published in Journal for the Study of Radicalism., Vol. 10, No. 2. (August 2016)


Introduction: Like finding a needle in a pile of needles: Political violence and the perils of a brave new digital world

  • Introduction to issue of Critical Studies on Terrorism featuring exemplary work from my former students.

Sexuality, Assault, Police Infiltration and Foucault: Notes for Further Inquiry

  • Book chapter published in New Developments in Anarchist Studies. Eds. Jeff Shantz & PJ Lilley. (Thought Crimes/Punctum Books, June 2015)

Revisiting the Master’s Toolset: Concerning Pedagogy, Privilege and the Classroom-to-War Room Pipeline

  • Journal essay published in Interface: A Journal for and about social movements, Vol. 7, Issue 1. [May 2015]

Shooting Yourself in the Foot: Securitization, Critical Infrastructure, and the Gaza Strip 

  • Journal article published in Journal of Applied Security Research., Vol. 10, Issue 2.

6 Ways Cops Have Used Sex to Infiltrate and Disrupt Protest Groups


Introduction: Towards a critical understanding and investigation of political violence – one adjunct’s humble contributions to the study of terrorism

  • Introduction to issue of Critical Studies on Terrorism featuring exemplary work from my former students.

Reproducing a Culture of Martyrdom: The role of the Palestinian mother in discourse construction, transmission, and legitimization

  • Book chapter published in Motherhood and War: International Perspectives.  Eds. Dana Cooper and Claire Phelan.  (Palgrave Macmillan, June 2014.)

The “Green Scare” & “Eco-Terrorism”: The Development of US “Counter-Terrorism” Strategy Targeting Direct Action Activists

  • Book chapter  published in The Terrorization of Dissent: Corporate Repression, Legal Corruption and the Animal Enterprise Terrorism Act.  (Lantern Books, June 2014)

The Politics of Planning: Conference organizing as an act of resistance

Eco-Terrorism? Countering Dominant Narratives of Securitisation: a Critical, Quantitative History of the Earth Liberation Front (1996-2009)

Professor Xavier is a Gay Traitor! An Anti-Assimilationist Framework for Interpreting Ideology, Power & Statecraft.

When Cops ‘Go Native’: Policing Revolution Through Sexual Infiltration & Panopticonism

Latch Key Prometheus: How I Became the First ELF Cell…a non-admission of guilt


Jah People: The Cultural Hybridity of White Rastafarians

The Framing of (Counter) State Violence: Challenging the rhetoric of non-State actors, political violence & ‘terrorism’

If Left to Their Own Devices: Police Provocation & Terrorists’ Tendency to Fail

The Earth Liberation Front: A Social Movement Analysis.

Sister Species: Women, Animals, and Social Justice (by Lisa Kemmerer) & Women and the Animal Rights Movement (by Emily Gaarder).  Co-Author: Jennifer Grubbs.  

Queering (Animal) Liberation and (Queer) Victimhood: The Reappropiation of Intersectionality & Violence

From the Classroom to the Slaughterhouse: Animal Liberation By Any Means Necessary

  • To be published in the Environmental Humanities Series, edited by Robert Boschman and Mario Trono (Wilfrid Laurier University Press, 2014)

White Punks in Chocolate City: Reflections on Gentrification While Blasting “Welcome to Paradise”

  • Book chapter published in Rebel Music: Teaching Hip Hop and Punk to the New Generation (Information Age Publishing, 2014)

of ‘Eco‐Terrorism’ & 
Extra‐State Violence: 
Rhetoric, Framing and Statecraft as Seen Through 
the Insight 

Work: Capitalism. Economics. Resistance. [Book Review]

Letter From A Traveling Salesman Peddling Terrorist Apologia


Operation Splash Back!: Queering Animal Liberation Through the Contributions of Neo-Insurrectionist Queers

Anarchism & Academia, Insurrection & Illegality: Age Old Tentions Revisited

A Plea for Rejectionist Electioneering

Capitalism, Illegality and Subversion: The Pre-Figurative Politics of the 2-Hour Work Day

Eco-Arsonists, Bomb-Wielding Neighbors & Queer Vegans:Reflecting on Labeling As Reflective Practice

  • Unpublished ramblings from PhD coursework


Asymmetric Labeling of Terrorist Violence as a Matter of Statecraft Propaganda: Or, Why the United States Does Not Feel the Need to Explain the Assassination of Osama Bin Laden

  • Journal article published in Anarchist Developments in Cultural Studies

Book review: “Eco-Terrorism: Radical Environmental and Animal Liberation Movements”

  • Published in Journal of Terrorism Research


The Production of ALF/ELF Tactical & Operational Intelligence:Moving Towards Active Participation within a Continuum of Involvement

  • Unpublished security/terrorism studies paper for the Centre for the Study of Terrorism & Political Violence.


Kalashnikovs, Explosives & Hijab: A chronology of female involvement in the Iraqi insurgency

  • Unpublished independent research (junior undergraduate)


“Fire pon Babylon, Fire pon Rome”: The Construction of Oppression, Utopia and Social Change Within Rastafari

  • Unpublished long term ethnographic field study conducted in Kingston and Negril, Jamaica (sophomore undergraduate)

The Long Wait for Freedom: Examining Conceptions of Party Politics and Political Violence within Rastafari

  • Unpublished short term ethnographic field study conducted in Kingston and Negril, Jamaica (sophomore undergraduate)


The People’s Strike: Analyzing A Day of Action by the DC Anti-Capitalist Convergence

  • Unpublished essay for creative writing course

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