MA (Hons) Philosophy, The University of Cambridge
M.Litt Terrorism Studies, The University of St. Andrews
PhD International Relations, The University of St. Andrews
The Portrayal and Punishment of Terrorists in Western Media: Playing the Villain—Palgrave Macmillan, January 2019.
“How the myth of the Jihadi Bride draws from Western culture” Prospect Magazine, 3 November 2017.
“Et tu, Brutus? When it comes to satire, free speech does not mean good taste” Prospect Magazine, 15 June 2017
“The Blood Telegram” [Review] The Journal of Terrorism Research, Volume 6 Issue 3. (October 2015)
“The Theatre of Cruelty: Dehumanisation, Objectification & Abu Ghraib“ - Journal of Terrorism Research (September 2014)
“Contemporary Art and Political Violence: The Role of Art in the Rehabilitation of Communities Affected by Political Violence” - Journal of Terrorism Research (2013)
“The Aesthetics of Violence in the Art of Tom de Freston“ - (exhibition catalogue) - Breese Little (2013)
“Community, War and the Role of Art: An Interview with George Gittoes” - Studio International (Sept 2013)
“Politics and Painting: an Interview with John Keane” - Studio International, October 2014
“Shock and Awe: Performativity, Machismo and ISIS“ - E-International Relations (November 2014)
“Dissent, PR and the Romantic Spirit” - Tooting Free Press, (November 2014)
“A World to Win: Posters of Protest and Revolution“ [Review], in Studio International (January 2015)
“On the Ethics of Drone Strikes, Optimism and Obscuring Language” [Interview] - The New Strategist (2016)