These peer-reviewed pieces have appeared as articles in academic journals, chapters in edited collections of essays, or as posts on peer-reviewed blogs. Click on the title of each essay for further details.
FORTHCOMING: How Popular Culture Launders Torture
In: Guantanamo: Twenty Years After, ed. by Sara Birch, Richard Kotter, Hugh Sandeman and Andy Worthington
FORTHCOMING: The Ticking Bomb Drone Strike: Drone Warfare and Emergency Ethics in Eye in the Sky
In: Human Rights in the Age of Drones: Critical Perspectives on Post-9/11 Literature, Film and Art, ed. by Muhammad Waqar Azeem. Palgrave.
PopMeC Peer-reviewed Blog, 17/8/2023.
A critique of 2014 drone movie Good Kill.
Quarterly Review of Film and Video 39.7 (2022), pp. 1619-1633.
First online publication: 19/8/2021.
A critique of the anti-torture politics of 2019 thriller The Report.
First Person Scholar Peer-reviewed Blog. 27/7/2022.
A critique of the colonial logics of 2018 video game Rebel Inc.
Journal of Film and Video 73.3 (2021), pp.23-33.
A critique of the anti-torture politics of 2014 thriller Camp X-Ray.
Signs: Journal of Women in Culture and Society 44.1 (2018), pp. 107-130.
A close reading of a prison rape joke in Harold and Kumar Escape From Guantanamo Bay.
Edited by Antonia Mackay and Susan Flynn
(London: Palgrave, 2018), pp. 125-143.
A critique of the Islamophobia and racism of Homeland, with an emphasis on the show's representation of surveillance.
Feminist Theory 18.2 (2017), pp. 137-158.
An argument about the parallels between torture and seduction in Ian Fleming's Bond novels.
The Lion and the Unicorn 40.3 (2016), pp. 245-261.
A critical reading of the anti-torture position of Young Adult novel Guantanamo Boy.
Edited by Sue Malvern and Gabriel Koureas
(London: IB Tauris, 2014), pp. 181-201.