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Peter S. Henne


Posted: March 21st, 2017 by phenne

Below are my scholarly publications, with links to replication data where available. You can read more about my research projects on my Research page.


Islamic Politics, Muslim States and Counterterrorism TensionsCambridge University Press: 2016


Peer-Reviewed Articles

“Government interference in religious institutions and terrorism,” Religion, state and society, forthcoming (available online). Henne_Government interference in religious institutions and terrorism. Replication Data forthcoming.

“Does the UN Human Rights Council Help or Hurt on Religious Repression?” Journal of Church and State, 60.4 (2018): 705-724. Henne_Does the UN Human Rights Council Help or Hurt.

“Taming the Gods: How Religious Conflict Shapes Religious Repression” (with Jason Klocek), Journal of Conflict Resolution, forthcoming (available in Online First form). Replication Data (via Dataverse)

“The Effect of Religious Restrictions on Forced Migration” (with Melanie Kolbe), Politics and Religion 7.4 (2014): 665-683.  Kolbe Henne PDF. (please contact corresponding author for replication data)

“The Domestic Politics of International Religious Defamation,” Politics and Religion 6.3 (2013): 512-537.  Henne Defamation PDF. Replication Data (via Dataverse).

“The Two Swords: Religion-State Connections and Interstate Disputes,” Journal of Peace Research 49.6 (2012): 753-768. Henne Two Swords PDF. Replication Data (via JPR).

“The Ancient Fire: Religion and Suicide Terrorism,” Terrorism and Political Violence 24.1 (2012): 38-60. Henne The Ancient Fire PDF. Replication Data (via Dataverse).

Articles in Revise and Resubmit

“Was it worth it? Counterterrorism cooperation and domestic terrorism in Muslim countries,” Security Studies

Chapters in Edited Volumes

“One Cheer for Classical Realism, or Toward a Power Politics of Religion,” (with Daniel Nexon) in Jodok Troy (ed.), Religion and the Realist Tradition, New York, NY: Routledge, 2013

“Interpret this Volume! What we’ve learned about Battlestar Galactica’s International-Relations scholar-fans,” (with Daniel Nexon) in Neumann, Iver and Nicholas Kiersey (Eds.) Battlestar Galactica and International Relations, New York, NY: Routledge, 2013.

“Is all Jihad Local? Transnational Contention and Political Violence in Somalia” chapter in Leonard, Emma & Gilbert Ramsay (Eds.). Globalizing Somalia: Multilateral, International, and Transnational Repercussions of Conflict. New York, NY: Bloomsbury Academic, 2013.





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