Podcast series: Terrorism and Political Violence
Terrorism and Political Violence (TPV) is a podcast series produced by the journal Terrorism and Political Violence in collaboration with Utrecht University and Security in Open Societies. In the podcast series we dive deep into the world of terrorism, radicalisation and research. The editors of the TPV journal, together with special guests, will discuss a range of topics: the history of terrorism, its causes and consequences, questions about political violence and major global trends and threats.
The podcast series consists of two parts: 'Book talks' and 'Issues up close'. In Book talks, one of the TPV editors talks to the author of an influential (scientific) work. 'Issues up close' provides an in-depth look at the latest issue of the TPV journal, and features researchers who have contributed to the journal.
All podcast episodes
Want to stay up to date with the latest issues? All TPV podcast episodes can be found here. If you don't have a Spotify-account, you can also find all the episodes on our Soundcloud. TPV aims at publishing one podcast every month. So keep an eye out on this page for the latest episodes.
Have look at this interview in which TPV editor Jeffrey Kaplan talks to Thomas Hegghammer about his latest book The Caravan: Abdallah Azzam and the Rise of Global Jihad
About this collaboration
Journal for Terrorism and Political Violence is an influential, open access academic journal in the field of terrorism, radicalisation and political violence. Beatrice de Graaf is a historian at Utrecht University and recently joined the TPV editorial team. In this capacity TPV and Utrecht University have joined forces and produced a podcast series. The podcast is recorded and edited by Utrecht University. The topics are provided by the editors themselves.
Are you interested in research into terrorism, radicalisation and security? In Utrecht University’s hub Security in Open Societies, researchers work together with partners in society to find answers to current social issues surrounding terrorism and radicalisation. From science, but for and with practitioners. The animation below explains it all in a nutshell.