Academic Publications

Journal Articles



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.




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]