Articles of the Week – 8/10-8/16

Saturday August 10:

Da’wa and politics: lived experiences of the female Islamists in Indonesia – Ai Fatimah Nur Fuad, Contemporary Islam:

Monday August 12:

The old terrorism: a dataset, 1860 – 1969 – Joshua Tschantret, International Interactions:

Linguistic analysis of pro-ISIS users on Twitter – Javier Torregrosa, Joshua Thorburn, Raúl Lara-Cabrera, David Camacho, and Humberto M. Trujillo, Behavioral Sciences of Terrorism and Political Aggression:

Conspiratorial Narratives in Violent Political Actors’ Language – Stephane J. Baele, Journal of Language and Social Psychology:

Tuesday August 13: 

Polemical and Fratricidal Jihadists: A Historical Examination of Debates, Contestation and Infighting Within the Sunni Jihadi Movement – Tore Refslund Hamming, ICSR:

The Strategic Ambiguity of the United Nations Approach to Preventing Violent Extremism – Chuck Thiessen, Studies in Conflict & Terrorism:

When Does Terror Induce a State of Emergency? And What Are the Effects? – Christian Bjørnskov and Stefan Voigt, Journal of Conflict Resolution:

Wednesday August 14:

The Izala effect: unintended consequences of Salafi radicalism in Indonesia and Nigeria – Muhammad Sani Umar and Mark Woodward, Contemporary Islam:

The Muddy Middle: The Disappearing Lines in America’s Counterterrorism Wars and How to Restore Order – Luke Hartig and Stephen Tankel, Just Security:

Thursday August 15:

The Danger of a Domestic Terrorism Law – Matt Ford, The New Republic:

Friday August 16:

Clash of counterterrorism-assistance-seeking states and their super power sponsors: Implications on the war against Boko Haram – Victor Chidubem Iwuoha, African Security Review:

Dead evil? Constructing the ‘Terrorist’ in media obituaries – Lee Jarvis, Critical Studies on Security:

The Centrality of Anti-Semitism in the Islamic State’s Ideology and Its Connection to Anti-Shiism – Daniel Rickenbacher, Religions: