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  1. Week 1: Introduction: The Long History of Terrorism 30 items
    1. Required Readings 5 items
      1. The history of terrorism: from antiquity to al Qaeda - Edward Schneider (trans.), Kathryn Pulver (trans.), Jesse Browner (trans.) 2007

        Book  Introduction. Available in the Library and as an e-book.

      2. A history of terrorism - Walter Laqueur 2016

        Book  Chapter 1.

    2. Further Readings: 25 items
      1. Bourneuf, Pierre-Etienne. Bombarder l'Allemagne. L'offensive alliée sur les villes pendant la Deuxième Guerre mondiale (Paris; Geneva: PRESSES UNIVERSITAIRES DE FRANCE - PUF, 2014). Esp. conclusions

      2. The sleepwalkers: how Europe went to war in 1914 - Christopher M. Clark 2013

        Book  Chapter 1.

      3. The Gestapo: power and terror in the Third Reich - Carsten Dams, Michael Stolle, Charlotte Ryland 2014 (electronic book)

        Book 

      4. Backing Hitler: consent and coercion in Nazi Germany - Robert Gellately 2001

        Book  Available in Library and as an e-book.

      5. Harris, James R. The Great Fear: Stalin's Terror of the 1930s. First edition. Oxford, United Kingdom: Oxford University Press, 2016

      6. Johnson, Eric A. Nazi Terror: The Gestapo, Jews and Ordinary Germans, First Edition (New York: Basic Books, 2000).

      7. Terrorism: a history - Randall David Law 2009

        Book 

      8. Gulag boss: a Soviet memoir - Fyodor Vasilevich Mochulsky, Deborah A. Kaple 2011

        Book 

      9. The Four Waves of Modern Terror: International Dimensions and Consequences. - David C. Rapoport 2013

        Chapter  Available in Library and as an e-book.

      10. Conceptualizing terrorism - Anthony Richards 2015

        Book 

      11. Bloodlands: Europe between Hitler and Stalin - Timothy Snyder 2011

        Book  Available in Library and as an e-book.

      12. Disciplining terror: how experts invented "terrorism" - Lisa Stampnitzky 2014

        Book  Available in Library and as an e-book.

  2. Week 2: Ethnic Terrorism: Israel/Palestine 17 items
    1. Required Readings 5 items
      1. The global offensive: the United States, the Palestine Liberation Organization, and the making of the post-cold war order - Paul Thomas Chamberlin 2015

        Book  pp. 14-33, 206-17 and conclusion. Available in the Library and as an e-book.

      2. How terrorism ends: understanding the decline and demise of terrorist campaigns - Audrey Kurth Cronin 2009

        Book  pp. 48-55. Available in the Library and as an e-book.

      3. Anonymous soldiers: the struggle for Israel, 1917-1947 - Bruce Hoffman 2015

        Book  pp. 290-308, 472-484.

      4. Hamas: politics, charity, and terrorism in the service of jihad - Matthew Levitt 2006

        Book  Chapters 1 and 2. (Available in the Library and as an e-book)

    2. Further Readings: 12 items
      1. The United Nations and terrorism: Germany, multilateralism, and antiterrorism efforts in the 1970s - Bernhard Blumenau 2014

        Book  Available in Library and as an e-book. Chapter 2 (case studies).

      2. Ensalaco, Mark. Middle Eastern Terrorism: From Black September to September 11
        (Philadelphia, Pa: University of Pennsylvania Press, 2008).

      3. Hezbollah and Hamas: a comparative study - Joshua L. Gleis, Benedetta Berti 2012

        Book 

      4. Golani, Motti. Palestine between Politics and Terror, 1945-1947 (Brandeis, 2013).

      5. Jefferis, Jennifer. Hamas: Terrorism, Governance, and Its Future in Middle East Politics.
        Santa Barbara, California: Praeger, 2016.

      6. Sela, Avraham and Moshe Ma'oz (eds), The PLO and Israel: From Armed Conflict to
        Political Solution 1964–1994. London: Macmillan, 1997.

  3. Week 3: Ethnic Terrorism: Southern Africa 26 items
    1. Required Readings 5 items
      1. SWAPO, the United Nations, and the struggle for national liberation - Shaloma Gauthier

        Chapter  Available in the Library and as an e-book.

      2. Terrorism in Africa - Martha Crenshaw 1994

        Book  Chapters 12 and 14.

    2. Further Readings: 21 items
      1. South Africa 15 items
        1. Umkhonto we Siswe: fighting for a divided nation - Thula Bopela, Daluxolo Luthuli 2005

          Book 

        2. Dreyer. Namibia & Southern Africa: Regional Dynamics of Decolonization, 1945-90. London ; New York: Routledge, 1994.

        3. Conversations with myself - Nelson Mandela 2011

          Book 

      2. Namibia 6 items
  4. Week 4: State Terrorism I: Mao’s China 14 items
    1. Required Readings 5 items
      1. The Chinese cultural revolution as history - Joseph W. Esherick, Paul G. Pickowicz, Andrew G. Walder 2006

        Book  Chapter 4.

      2. On China - Henry Kissinger 2011

        Book  pp. 192-197.

      3. Mao's last revolution - Roderick MacFarquhar, Michael Schoenhals 2006

        Book  pp. 102-131.

    2. Further Readings: 9 items
      1. Clark, Paul. The Chinese Cultural Revolution: A History. 1 edition. Cambridge ; New York: Cambridge University Press, 2008.

      2. Cook, Alexander C. The Cultural Revolution on Trial: Mao and the Gang of Four. Cambridge, United Kingdom ; New York, NY: Cambridge University Press, 2016

      3. Hecheng, Tan. The Killing Wind. Oxford: OUP, 2017.

      4. Jiang, Ji-Li. Red Scarf Girl: A Memoir of the Cultural Revolution. Reprint edition. New York, NY: Harper Teen, 2008.

      5. Luo, Zi-Ping. A Generation Lost: China Under the Cultural Revolution. 1st edition. New York: Henry Holt & Co, 1990.

      6. Xianlin, Ji. The Cowshed: Memories of the Chinese Cultural Revolution. Main edition. New York: The New York Review of Books, Inc, 2016

  5. Week 5: State Terrorism II: South America 21 items
    1. Required Readings 6 items
    2. Further Readings: 15 items
      1. The inferno: a story of terror and survival in Chile - Luz Arce, Stacey Alba D. Skar 2004

        Book 

      2. The origins and dynamics of genocide: political violence in Guatemala - Roderick Leslie Brett 2016

        Book  Available in Library and as an e-book.

      3. Dictatorship in South America - Jerry Dávila 2013

        Book 

      4. Davis, C. State Terrorism and Post-Transitional Justice in Argentina: An Analysis of Mega Cause I Trial. 1st ed. 2013 edition. Place of publication not identified: Palgrave Pivot, 2016

      5. A lexicon of terror: [Argentina and the legacies of torture] - Marguerite Feitlowitz 2011

        Book  Available in Library and as an e-book.

      6. The memory of state terrorism in the Southern Cone: Argentina, Chile, and Uruguay - Francesca Lessa, Vincent Druliolle 2011

        Book  Available in Library and as an e-book.

      7. McPherson, Alan. 'Terror on Embassy Row, Revisited.' NACLA Report on the Americas 48, no. 3 (2 July 2016): 286–91.

      8. Chile, Pinochet, and the Caravan of Death - Patricia Verdugo, Paul Eugene Sigmund, Marcelo Montecino 2001

        Book 

  6. Week 6: Social-revolutionary Terrorism: Germany and Italy 52 items
    1. Required Readings 8 items
      1. Germany:

      2. Terror and Democracy in West Germany - Karrin Hanshew 2012 (electronic book)

        Book  Introduction.

      3. Italy:

      4. Blood and rage: a cultural history of terrorism - Michael Burleigh 2008

        Book  pp. 189-220.

      5. Anatomy of the Red Brigades: the religious mind-set of modern terrorists - Alessandro Orsini, Sarah J Nodes (trans.) 2011 (electronic book)

        Book  Chapter 3.

    2. Further Readings: 44 items
      1. Germany: 21 items
        1. Baader-Meinhof: the inside story of the R.A.F. - Stefan Aust, Anthea Bell 2009

          Book  (translation of Aust, Stefan. Der Baader-Meinhof Komplex. Hamburg: Hoffmann und Campe, 2008.)

        2. Terrorism. - Dorothea Hauser 2008

          Chapter 

        3. Hockenos, Paul. "Revisiting the German Autumn." Internationale Politik - Global Edition 8 (2007). [Not currently available]

        4. West German Left-Wing Terrorism. - Peter H Merkl 1995

          Chapter 

        5. Passmore, Leith. Ulrike Meinhof and the Red Army Faction: Performing Terrorism. 2011 edition. New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2011.

        6. Schiller, Margrit. Remembering the Armed Struggle: Life in Baader-Meinhof. London: ZIDANE PRESS, 2009.

        7. Wright, Joanne. "Countering West Germany's Red Army Faction: What Can We Learn?" In Countering Terrorism and Insurgency in the 21st Century: International Perspectives, edited by James J. F. Forest, III, 275-91. Westport, London: Praeger Security International, 2007

      2. Italy: 23 items
        1. Briziarelli, Marco. The Red Brigades and the Discourse of Violence: Revolution and Restoration. New York : London: Routledge, 2014, Introduction

        2. Bull, Anna Cento, and Philip Cooke. Ending Terrorism in Italy. Abingdon, Oxon ; New York, NY: Routledge, 2013.

        3. Drake, Richard. Apostles and Agitators: Italy's Marxist Revolutionary Tradition. Cambridge, Mass: Harvard University Press, 2003, pp. 222-232.

        4. Galli, Francesca, and John Spencer. Law on Terrorism: The UK, France and Italy Compared. Editions juridiques Bruylant, 2016

        5. Giorgio, Neal Ascherson, and Antony Shugaar. Memoirs of an Italian Terrorist. 1st Carroll & Graf Trade Pbk. Ed edition. New York: Avalon Travel Publishing, 2003

        6. Hof, Tobias, ed. Empire, Ideology, Mass Violence: The Long 20th Century in Comparative Perspective. Utz Verlag Gmbh, 2016.

        7. The Success of Italian Anti-terrorism Policy - Tobias Hof

          Chapter  Available in the Library and as an e-book.

        8. Karmon, Ely. Coalitions between Terrorist Organizations. Boston: Martinus, 2004, ch. 4.

        9. Moss, David. The Politics of Left-Wing Violence in Italy, 1969-85. 1989 edition. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan, 1989.

        10. Italian women terrorists - Leonard Weinberg, William Lee Eubank

          Article 

  7. Week 7: Social Revolutionary Rerrorism in the US, Japan, and Greece 34 items
    1. Required Readings 11 items
      1. Japan:

      2. Terror in Japan - Meredith Box, Gavin McCormack 2004

        Article  Not the sections on Aum.

      3. Blood and rage: the story of the Japanese Red Army - William Regis Farrell 1990

        Book  Introduction and conclusion.

      4. Greece:

      5. US:

    2. Further Readings: 23 items
      1. Inside Greek terrorism - George Kassimeris 2013

        Book 

  8. Week 8: International Organisations and Antiterrorism 34 items
    1. Required Readings 5 items
    2. Further Readings: 29 items
      1. The EU and counter-terrorism: politics, polity and policies after 9/11 - Javier Argomaniz 2011

        Book  Available in Library and as an e-book.

      2. Kadi on trial: a multifaceted analysis of the Kadi Trial - Matej Avbelj, Filippo Fontanelli, Giuseppe Martinico 2016

        Book 

      3. Bassiouni, M. Cherif, ed. International Terrorism: v.1 & 2: A Compilation of U.N. Document. Ardsley, N.Y: Transnational Publishers Inc.,U.S., 2002.

      4. Countering the financing of terrorism - Thomas J. Biersteker, Sue E. Eckert 2008

        Book  Available in Library and as an e-book.

      5. Terrorism and the UN: before and after September 11 - Jane Boulden, Thomas George Weiss 2004

        Book 

      6. The United Nations and global security - Richard M. Price, Mark W. Zacher 2004

        Book 

  9. Week 9: The Cold War and Terrorism 27 items
    1. Required Readings 7 items
      1. The Mitrokhin archive: II: the KGB and the world - Christopher M. Andrew, Vasili Mitrokhin 2005

        Book 

    2. Further Readings: 20 items
      1. The Mitrokhin archive: the KGB in Europe and the West - Christopher M. Andrew, Vasili Mitrokhin 2000

        Book 

      2. Deadly connections: states that sponsor terrorism - Daniel Byman 2005

        Book  Available in Library and as an e-book.

      3. The Cold War - John Lewis Gaddis 2007

        Book 

      4. McSherry, J. Patrice, and Patrice J. McSherry. Predatory States: Operation Condor and Covert War in Latin America. Auflage: New. Lanham, MD: Rowman & Littlefield, 2005.

      5. Powers, Thomas. Intelligence Wars: American Secret History from Hitler to Al-Qaeda. Revised & Enlarged edition. New York: NYRB Collections, 2004.

      6. The Soviet Union and the PLO - Roland Dannreuther 1998

        Book 

  10. Week 10: Religious Terrorism: Al Qaeda and IS 43 items
    1. Required Readings 5 items
      1. ISIS: a history - Fawaz A. Gerges 2016

        Book  Introduction and conclusions. Available in the Library and as an e-book.

      2. The rise and fall of Al-Qaeda - Fawaz A. Gerges 2011 (electronic book)

        Book  Chapter 1.

    2. Further Readings: 38 items
      1. The history of terrorism: from antiquity to al Qaeda - Edward Schneider, Kathryn Pulver, Jesse Browner 2007

        Book  Available in Library and as an e-book.

      2. Inside terrorism - Bruce Hoffman 2006

        Book  Available in Library and as an e-book. Chapter 4.

      3. Terrorism in the Twenty-First Century: A New Era of Warfare, - Sean N. Kalic 2013

        Chapter  Available in Library and as an e-book.

      4. Al Qaeda. - Philippe. Migaux 2007

        Chapter  Available in Library and as an e-book.

      5. The Roots of Islamic Radicalism. - Philippe. Migaux 2007

        Chapter  Available in Library and as an e-book.

      6. Ould Mohamedou, Mohammad-Mahmoud. Understanding Al Qaeda: Changing War and Global Politics, Second Edition. 2 edition. London : New York: Pluto Press, 2011

      7. Decoding Al-Qaeda's strategy: the deep battle against America - Michael W. S. Ryan 2013

        Book  Available in Library and as an e-book.

      8. Osama bin Laden - Michael Scheuer 2011

        Book  Available in Library and as an e-book.

      9. ISIS: the state of terror - Jessica Stern, J. M. Berger 2015

        Book 

      10. Ward, Veronica, and Sherlock, Richard, eds. Religion and Terrorism: The Use of Violence in Abrahamic Monotheism. Lanham, MD: Lexington Books, 2014.

  11. Week 11: Simulation: UN Antiterrorism Negotiations 1 item
    1. No readings.

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