Academic Publications

Journal Articles



Pieter Lagerwaard (2022) ‘Financiële surveillance en de rol van de Financial Intelligence Unit (FIU) in Nederland’ Beleid & Maatschappij 49, pp. 1-25.




Louise Amoore and Marieke de Goede (2021) ‘Datawars: Reflections twenty years after 9/11’ Critical Studies on Terrorism 14 (4), pp. 425-429.


Tasniem Anwar (2021) ‘Time will Tell: Defining violence in terrorism court cases’ Security Dialogue 1 (18), pp. 1-18.


Tasniem Anwar and Marieke de Goede (2021) ‘From contestation to conviction: Terrorism expertise before the courts Journal of Law and Society 48 (2), pp. 137-157.


Rocco Bellanova and Marieke de Goede (2021) ‘Co-Producing Security: Platform Content Moderation and European Security Integration’ JCMS – Journal of Common Market Studies, pp. 1-19.


Rocco Bellanova, Kristina Irion, Katja Lindskov Jacobsen, Francesco Ragazzi, Rune Saugmann, and Lucy Suchman (2021) ‘Toward a Critique of Algorithmic Violence’ International Political Sociology 15 (1), pp. 121-150.


Carola Westermeier and Andreas Langenohl (2021) ‘Safe assemblages: Thinking infrastructures beyond circulation in the times of SARS-CoV2’  Journal of International Relations and Development, pp. 1-21.




Tasniem Anwar (2020) ‘Unfolding the Past, Proving the Present: Social Media Evidence in Terrorism Finance Court CasesInternational Political Sociology 14 (4), pp. 382-398.


Tasniem Anwar (2020) ‘Colonial Aftermaths: Gender, Geopolitics and Hegemony in the Middle-East’ Geopolitics, pp. 1-5.


Rocco Bellanova and Georgios Glouftsios (2020) ‘Controlling the Schengen Information System (SIS II):  The Infrastructural Politics of Fragility and MaintenanceGeopolitics, pp. 1-25.


Rocco Bellanova, Katja Lindskov Jacobsen, and Linda Monsees (2020) ‘Taking the trouble: Science, technology and security studiesCritical Studies on Security 8 (2), pp. 87-100.


Marieke de Goede (2020) ‘Engagement all the way downCritical Studies on Security 8 (2), pp. 101-115.


Marieke de Goede (2020) ‘Finance/Security InfrastructuresReview of International Political Economy 28 (2), pp. 351-368.


Pieter Lagerwaard (2020) ‘Flattening the International: Producing financial intelligence through a platformCritical Studies on Security 8 (2), pp. 160-174.


Amina Nolte and Carola Westermeier (2020) ‘Between public and private: The co-production of infrastructural security’ Politikon 47 (1), pp. 62-80.


Carola Westermeier (2020) ‘Money is data – the platformization of financial transactionsInformation, Communication & Society 23 (14), pp. 2047-2063.


Carola Westermeier (2020) ‘The value of transactions in the new data economyFinance and Security 6 (2), pp. 157-162.




Nina Amelung, Cristiano Gianolla, Joana Sousa Ribeiro, Sílvia Leiria Viegas and Bruno Magalhães (2019) ‘Facing the elephant: STS inspired reflections on the political crisis associated with migrants’. EASST Review 38 (1).


Jonathan Luke Austin, Rocco Bellanova and Mareile Kaufmann (2019) ‘Doing and mediating critique: An invitation to practice companionshipSecurity Dialogue 50 (1), pp. 3-19.


Marieke de Goede (2019) ‘Proscription’s FuturesTerrorism and Political Violence 30 (2), pp. 336-353.


Jasper van der Kist, Huub Dijstelboem and Marieke de Goede (2019) ‘In the Shadow of Asylum Decision-Making: The Knowledge Politics of Country-of-Origin Information’. International Political Sociology 13 (1), pp. 68-85.


Carola Westermeier (2019) ‘Political Security and Finance — A post-crisis and post-disciplinary PerspectiveZeitschrift für Politikwissenschaft 29 (1), pp. 105-122.




Marieke de Goede (2018) ‘The Chain of Security’. Review of International Studies 44 (1), pp. 1-19.




Rocco Bellanova (2017) ‘Digital, politics, and algorithms: Governing digital data through the lens of data protection’. European Journal of Social Theory 20 (3), pp. 329-347. [PDF]


Marieke de Goede (2017) ‘Chains of Securitization’ Finance & Society 3 (2), pp. 197-207.


Marieke de Goede and Mara Wesseling (2017) ‘Secrecy and Security in Transatlantic Terrorism Finance Tracking’. Journal of European Integration, 39 (3), pp. 253-269. [PDF]


Valentin Gros, Marieke de Goede and Beste İşleyen (2017) ‘The Snowden Files Made Public: A Material Politics of Contesting Surveillance’. International Political Sociology 11 (1), pp. 73-89.




Marieke de Goede, Anna Leander and Gavin Sullivan (2016) Special issue on ‘The Politics of the List’. Environment and Planning D: Society and Space 34 (1). [PDF]




Pieter Lagerwaard (2015) ‘Negotiating Global Finance: Trading on Dalal Street, Mumbai’. Journal of Cultural Economy 8 (3), pp. 564-581.




Book Chapters



Esmé Bosma (2020) ‘Multi-sited ethnography of digital security technologies’. In: M. De Goede, E. Bosma, and P. Pallister-Wilkins (eds.) Secrecy and Methods in Security Research: A Guide to Qualitative Fieldwork. London: Routledge, pp. 193–212. [PDF]


Esmé Bosma, Marieke de Goede and Polly Pallister-Wilkins (2020) ‘Introduction: Navigating Secrecy in Security Research’. In: M. De Goede, E. Bosma, and P. Pallister-Wilkins (eds.) Secrecy and Methods in Security Research: A Guide to Qualitative Fieldwork. London: Routledge, pp. 1-27. [PDF]


Marieke de Goede (2020) ‘Secrecy Vignettes’. In: M. De Goede, E. Bosma, and P. Pallister-Wilkins (eds.) Secrecy and Methods in Security Research: A Guide to Qualitative Fieldwork. London: Routledge, pp. 261-272. [PDF]


Lynn P. Nygaard and Rocco Bellanova (forthcoming) ‘Lost in quantification: The politics of bibliometrics’. In: M.J. Curry & T. Lillis (eds.) Global Academic Publishing: Policies, Perspectives, and Pedagogies. Bristol: Multilingual Matters.




Hannah Bröcker and Carola Westermeier (2019) ‘Securitization as Hegemony’. In: Andreas Langenohl, Regina Kreide (eds.) The Power Dynamics of Securitization: From the Early Modern Period until the Present. Baden-Baden: Nomos. pp. 91-134.




Rocco Bellanova (2018) ‘D’une circulation à l’autre. Données passagers et gouvernementalité numérique européenne’. In: H. Mercenier, E. Ni Chaoimh, L. Damay, & G. Delledonne (eds.) La libre circulation sous pression. Bruxelles: Bruylant, pp. 125-144.


Rocco Bellanova and Gloria González Fuster (2018) ‘No (Big) Data, no fiction? Thinking surveillance with/against Netflix’. In: A. R. Sætnan, I. Schneider and N. Green (eds.) The Politics and Policies of Big Data: Big Data Big Brother? London: Routledge, pp. 227-246.


Marieke de Goede (2018) ‘Counter-Terrorism Financing Assemblages After 9/11’. In: C. King, C. Walker & J. Gurulé (eds.) The Palgrave Handbook of Criminal and Terrorism Financing Law. Cham: Palgrav Macmillan, pp. 755-779. [PDF]




Marieke de Goede (2017) ‘Banks in the Frontline: Assembling Time/Space ion Financial Warfare’. In: Brett Christophers, Andrew Leyshon and Geoff Mann (eds.) Money and Finance after the Crisis. London: Wiley, pp. 119-144. [PDF]

Policy Articles

Pieter Lagerwaard (2018) ‘Following Suspicious Transactions in Europe: Comparing the Operations of European Financial Intelligence Units (FIUs). FOLLOW Research Report‘. Amsterdam: Amsterdam Institute for Social Science Research. [PDF]


Mara Wesseling and Marieke de Goede (2018) ‘Counter-Terrorism Financing Policies in The Netherlands. Effectiveness and Effects (2013-2016)’. Amsterdam Institute for Social Science Research/Wetenschappelijk Onderzoeks en Documentatie Centrum. [Dutch] [English]


Mara Wesseling (2014) ‘Evaluation of EU Measures to Combat Terrorist Financing’. EUR-OP: Luxembourg. [PDF]

Media Articles and Interviews

Esmé Bosma (2021) ‘Countering terrorism financing: what can we expect from banks?’. Dutch Banking Association.


Esmé Bosma (2021) ‘Banken kunnen terrorismefinanciering moeilijk detecteren’. University of Amsterdam.


Esmé Bosma, Tasniem Anwar, Marieke de Goede (2021) ‘Duizenden werken bij banken aan opsporen terreurfinanciering: blijft heel lastig’. NOS.


Esmé Bosma and Pieter Lagerwaard (2021) ‘Bij opsporing witwassers zijn onze verwachtingen van banken onrealistisch’. ‘t Financieele Dagblad (FD).


Esmé Bosma, Pieter Lagerwaard, Tasniem Anwar, Marieke de Goede (2021) ‘Hoe effectief is de bestrijding van terrorismefinanciering?/The fight against terrorist financing led to fundamental changes in legal and security practices’. University of Amsterdam. [English]