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13.        Austin, JL. and Leander, A. (2020). “Designing-With/In Worlds,” solicited for P.A.R.I.S.S.

12.        Austin, JL. (2020). “The Departed Militant: A portrait of joy violence, and political evil,” Security Dialogue, in press.

11.        Austin, JL. (2019). “Towards an International Political Ergonomics,” European Journal of International Relations, 25 (4): 979-1006.

10.        Austin, JL. (2019). “Critique and Post-Critique” Security Dialogue, 50 (4S): 14-15.

09.        Austin, JL. Bellanova, R. & Kaufmann, M. (2019). “Doing and Mediating Critique: An Invitation to Practice Companionship,” Security Dialogue, 50 (1): 3-19.

08.        Austin, JL. (2019). “A Parasitic Critique for International Relations,” International Political Sociology, 13 (2), 215-231.

07.        Austin, JL. (2019). “Security Compositions,” European Journal of International Security, 4 (3), 249-273.

06.        Austin, JL. (2018). “(De)Securitization Dilemmas: The Simultaneous Enaction of Securitization and Desecuritization,” Review of International Studies, 44 (2): 301-323. ** Among most influential articles of 2018.

05.        Austin, JL. (2017). “We have never been civilized: Torture and the Materiality of World Political Binaries,” European Journal of International Relations,23 (1): 49-73.

04.        Austin, JL. & Wennmann, A. (2017). “The Political Economy of Business Engagement in Violence Prevention,” Conflict, Security & Development, 17 (6): 451-472.

03.        Austin, JL. (2016). “Becoming a Torturer: Towards a Global Ergonomics of Care,” International Review of the Red Cross, 98 (903): 859-888.

02.        Austin, JL. (2016). “Torture and the Material-Semiotic Networks of Violence Across Borders,” International Political Sociology, 10 (1): 3-21.

01.        Austin, JL. (2012). “Facebook and Fanatics: Islam and the Arab Revolutions.” Regulating Religion, Summer 2012.