Terrorism and Political Violence Association


Terrorism and Political Violence

Terrorism and Political Violence, edited by Caroline Kennedy-Pipe, Gordon Clubb and Simon Mabon

The Terrorism and Political Violence Association (TAPVA) is a UK research network based at the University of Leeds.

TAPVA seeks to facilitate high-impact research and improved pedagogical practices in the field of Terrorism and Political Violence through the interaction of its members, consisting of academics, PhD students and policy stakeholders across the UK. It provides a space for networking, collaborative research and the development of pedagogic innovation through a series of conferences, workshops and an active online presence.

As well as providing the opportunity for research collaboration, TAPVA co-ordinates projects with its members in order to produce high-impact publications, policy documents and innovative teaching tools. Recently, the network published Terrorism and Political Violence to introduce students to the main concepts, debates and issues within the field.


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