Critical Studies on Terrorism
Critical Studies on Terrorism Best Article Prize
About the prize
Critical Studies on Terrorism awards the Best Article Prize bi-annually to the author of an outstanding article published in the journal over the previous two years.
The Best Article Prize has been established by the editors to recognise outstanding new research published in the journal which makes a significant contribution to our understanding of any aspect of political violence, terrorism, counter-terrorism, and state terror.
View the full list of prize winning articles, all of which are freely available, and the list of runners-up below.
|2017-Winner||Harmonie Toros||“9/11 is alive and well” or how critical terrorism studies has sustained the 9/11 narrative||10||2|
|2016-Winner||Marie Breen-Smyth||Theorising the “suspect community”: counterterrorism, security practices and the public imagination||7||2|
|2014-Winner||Joseba Zulaika||Drones, witches and other flying objects: the force of fantasy in US counterterrorism||5||1|
|2012-Winner||Roger Mac Ginty||Social network analysis and counterinsurgency: a counterproductive strategy?||3||2|
|2015-Runner Up||Laura Sjoberg||The terror of everyday counterterrorism||8||3|
|2015-Runner Up||Henrique Tavares Furtado||Against state terror: lessons on memory, counterterrorism and resistance from the Global South||8||1|