Best Student Paper Prize 2015

Giorgio del Vecchio, who is studying at the Free University of Berlin, Germany, won the Best Student Paper Prize at the Society for Terrorism Research 9th Annual International Conference for his paper, “Political Violence as Shared Terrain of Militancy: Red Brigades, Social Movements and the Discourse on Arms in the Early Seventies.”

The Best Student Paper Prize promotes the work of postgraduate students throughout the world, in all disciplines, in the field of terrorism research. Giorgio’s paper will be published in STR’s peer reviewed journal Behavioral Sciences of Terrorism and Political Aggression in 2016.

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Best Student Paper Prize 2014

Kate Barrel, Monash University, Australia, won the Best Student Paper prize at the Society for Terrorism Research 8th Annual International Conference for her paper, “The challenge of understanding and evaluating CVE: An Australian case study.” The Best Student Paper prize promotes the work of postgraduate students throughout the world, in all disciplines, in the field of terrorism research. Kate’s paper was published in STR’s peer reviewed journal Behavioral Sciences of Terrorism and Political Aggression 2015, Volume 7, Issue 2.

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Best Student Paper Prize 2013

Hugo Rosemont, King’s College, London, won the Best Student Paper prize at the Society for Terrorism Research 7th Annual International Conference for his paper, “Private sector engagement in the UK’s counterterrorism strategy: A new agenda.” The Best Student Paper prize promotes the work of postgraduate students throughout the world, in all disciplines, in the field of terrorism research. Hugo’s paper was published in STR’s peer reviewed journal Behavioral Sciences of Terrorism and Political Aggression in 2014, Volume 6, Issue 2.

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