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Associate Professor Jeffrey Sluka BA, MA, PhD

Associate Professor

School of People, Environment and Planning

I am a political anthropologist and have conducted extensive fieldwork in Northern Ireland. My Phd dissertation at Berkeley, subsequently published as a book in 1989, was on popular support for the Irish Republican Army and Irish National Liberation Army in Divis Flats, a Catholic-nationalist ghetto on the Falls Road in Belfast. Since then I have researched and written about various aspects of the cultures of state terror and anti-state resistance in Northern Ireland, including Loyalist death squads and the current the peace process. In 2000, I edited the book Death Squad: The Anthropology of State Terror. I am considered an expert on managing danger in fieldwork, and co-edited (with Antonius Robben) Ethnographic Fieldwork: An Anthropological Reader (2012, 2nd edition). I am currently part of the critical terrorism studies research initiative, and on the editorial boards of the journal Critical Studies on Terrorism and the Critical Terrroism Studies book series published by Routledge. I have written about losing hearts and minds in the 'wars on terror' in Iraq, Afghanistan and beyond (including Aotearoa/New Zealand) and the civilian casualties caused by the use of unamanned aerial drones. I am a fellow of the American Anthropological Institute and former Chair of the Association of Social Anthropologists of Aotearoa/New Zealand, of which I am currently the Chair of the Ethics Committee, and on the editorial boards of the journal Qualitative Research and the Ethnography of Political Violence book series published by the University of Pennsylvania Press. I teach courses on Political Anthropology; Endangered (indigenous) Cultures; Culture, Biology & Racism; Popular Movements; and Research Ethics.


Roles and Responsibilities

Fellow of the American Anthropological Association.

Chair of the Ethics Committee of the Association of Social Anthropologists of Aotearoa/New Zealand (ASAA/NZ).

Political Anthropologist, fieldwork in Northern Ireland, research interests include small wars and insurgencies, indigenous peoples, human rights issues, research ethics, managing danger in fieldwork, critical terrorism studies, state terrorism, assassinations by unmanned aerial vehicles (drones).

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Professional

Contact details

  • Ph: +64 6 356 9099, x83642
    Location: 3.06, Social Sciences Tower
    Campus: Turitea

Qualifications

  • BA - San Jose State University (1978)
  • MA - University of California, Berkeley (1979)
  • PhD - University of California, Berkeley (1986)

Research Expertise

Research Interests

Northern Ireland and other political conflicts involving indigenous peoples and ethno-national and religio-national groups, state terror, deconstruction of the "myth of terrorism," critical analysis of "losing hearts and minds" and killing of civilians – particularly by unmanned aerial hunter-killer drones – in the current "wars on terror" in Iraq, Afghanistan, Pakistan, Yemen, Somalia, and beyond (including Aotearoa/New Zealand), and managing danger in ethnographic fieldwork.

Thematics

21st Century Citizenship

Area of Expertise

Field of research codes
Anthropology (160100): Social and Cultural Anthropology (160104): Studies In Human Society (160000)

Keywords

Northern Ireland and other political conflicts involving indigenous peoples and ethno-national and religio-national groups, state terror, deconstruction of the "myth of terrorism," critical analysis of "losing hearts and minds" and killing of civilians – particularly by unmanned aerial 'hunter-killer' drones – in the current "wars on terror" in Iraq, Afghanistan, Pakistan, Yemen, Somalia, and beyond (including Aotearoa/New Zealand), and managing danger in ethnographic fieldwork.

Research Outputs

Journal

Sluka, JA. (2016). Invited review of "Disasters in Field Research: Preparing for and Coping with Unexpected Events" by G. Ice, D.Dufour, and N. Stevens. 2015. Rowman & Littlefield.. Anthropology in Action. 23(3), 54-55
[Book Review]Authored by: Sluka, J.
Andersson, R. (2016). “Comment” on “Here be Dragons: Mapping an Ethnography of Global Danger” by Ruben Andersson.. Current Anthropology. 57(6), 725-726 Retrieved from http://www.journals.uchicago.edu/toc/ca/current
[Journal article]Contributed to by: Sluka, J.
Sluka, JA. (2015). Managing danger in fieldwork with perpetrators of political violence and state terror. Conflict and Society: Advances in Research. 1, 109-124
[Journal article]Authored by: Sluka, J.
Sluka, JA. (2015). Invited review of Talking Stones: The Politics of Memorialization in Post-Conflict Northern Ireland by Elisabetta Viggiani (2014, Berghahn).. CritCom: Reviews and Critical Commentary (a Council for European Studies on-line forum for European Studies and Research). Retreived from http://councilforeuropeanstudies.org/
[Book Review]Authored by: Sluka, J.
Sluka, JA. (2014). Invited book review of "Transforming Law and Institution: Indigenous peoples, the United Nations and Human Rights" by Rhiannon Morgan (Ashgate, 2011). SITES: a Journal for South Pacific Cultural Studies. 11(1), 151-153Retreived from https://sites.otago.ac.nz/Sites/article/view/274/276
[Book Review]Authored by: Sluka, J.
Sluka, JA. (2014). Invited book review of Dark Trophies: Hunting and the Enemy Body in Modern War by Simon Harrison (Berghahn Books, 2012).. Social Analysis: international journal of cultural and social practice. 58(2), 132-135Retreived from http://journals.berghahnbooks.com/sa/
[Book Review]Authored by: Sluka, J.
Sluka, JA. (2013). Violence expressed: An anthropological approach. SITES: a Journal for South Pacific Cultural Studies. 10(1), 125-127Retreived from http://asaanz.science.org.nz/index.html
[Book Review]Authored by: Sluka, J.
Sluka, J. (2013). Death from above: UAVs and losing hearts and minds. Military Review. March-April 2013, 89-95 Retrieved from https://www.hsdl.org/?view&did=5257
[Journal article]Authored by: Sluka, J.
Sluka, J. (2012). Book review: Jailtacht: The Irish language, symbolic violence in Northern Ireland, 1972-2008, by Diarmait Mac Giolla Chriost. 2012. Irish Journal of Anthropology. 15(2), 55-56Retreived from http://www.anthropologyireland.org/
[Book Review]Authored by: Sluka, J.
Sluka, J. (2012). Postscript: Cultures of terror and resistance in Northern Ireland. PoLAR: Political and Legal Anthropology Review. (Virtual Issue: Reflections from Occupied Worlds), unpaginated Retrieved from http://www.polaronline.org/virtual-issues/reflections-from-occupied-worlds/postscripts/
[Journal article]Authored by: Sluka, J.
Sluka, JA. (2012). "Postcript" to previously published article "Cultures of Terror and Resistance in Northern Ireland" reprinted in new Virtual Issue of PoLAR (Political and Legal Anthropology Review) on "Reflections from Occupied Worlds.". : Wiley
[Internet publication]Authored by: Sluka, J.
Sluka, JA. (2011). Book review: Fieldwork in difficult environments: Methodology as boundary work in development studies, edited by Caleb R.L. Wall and Peter Mollinga (2008). Qualitative Research. 11(6), 758-760Retreived from http://10.0.4.153/1468794111412263
[Book Review]Authored by: Sluka, J.
Sluka, JA. (2011). Death from above: UAVs and losing hearts and minds. Military Review. 91(3), 70-76 Retrieved from https://www.hsdl.org/?view&did=5257
[Journal article]Authored by: Sluka, J.
Sluka, JA. (2011). Violent Democracies in Latin America. JOURNAL OF ANTHROPOLOGICAL RESEARCH. 67(2), 305-307
[Book Review]Authored by: Sluka, J.
Sluka, JA. (2011). Book review: A politically committed and ethically responsible anthropology of war: An anthropology of War: Views from the frontline editied by Alisse Waterston (2009). Ethos: Journal of the Society for Psychological Anthropology. 39(1), 1-6Retreived from http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1111/j.1548-1352.2011.01178.x/abstract
[Book Review]Authored by: Sluka, J.
Sluka, JA. (2010). Curiouser and curiouser: Montgomery McFate's strange interpretation of the relationship between anthropology and counterinsurgency. Polar: Political and Legal Anthropology Review. 33(Supplement S1), 99-115 Retrieved from http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1111/j.1555-2934.2010.01068.x/abstract
[Journal article]Authored by: Sluka, J.
Sluka, JA. (2010). The Ruatoki Valley anti-terrorism police raids: Losing 'hearts and minds' in Te Urewera. Sites: A Journal of Social Anthropology and Cultural Studies. 7(1), 44-64 Retrieved from http://sites.otago.ac.nz/index.php/Sites/article/view/99
[Journal article]Authored by: Sluka, J.
Sluka, JA. (2009). In the Shadow of the gun: 'Not-War-Not-Peace' and the future of conflict in Northern Ireland. Critique of Anthropology. 29(3), 279-299
[Journal article]Authored by: Sluka, J.
Sluka, J. (2008). Terrorism and taboo: An anthropological perspective on political violence against civilians. Critical Studies on Terrorism. 1(2), 167-183
[Journal article]Authored by: Sluka, J.
Sluka, JA. (2005). Anthropology on a war-against-terror-path?. Anthropology News. 46(6), 3-4 Retrieved from http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1525/an.2005.46.6.3/abstract
[Journal article]Authored by: Sluka, J.
Sluka, JA. (2002). What anthropologists should know about the concept of terrorism: A response to David Price, A.T. (18)1. Anthropology Today. 18(2), 22-23 Retrieved from http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1111/1467-8322.00112/pdf
[Journal article]Authored by: Sluka, J.
Sluka, JA. (2001). Terrorism and taboo: The US and terrorism. Chaff. 67(22), 10-11
[Journal article]Authored by: Sluka, J.
Sluka, JA. (1999). Invited Comment on Peter Pels' "Professions of Duplexity: A Prehistory of Ethical Codes in Anthropology.". Current Anthropology. 40(2), 124-126
[Journal article]Authored by: Sluka, J.
Sluka, JA. (1999). Book review: Culture and policy in Northern Ireland: Anthropology in the public arena, edited by Hastings Donnan and Graham McFarlane (1997). American Anthropologist. 101(2), 449-451Retreived from http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1525/aa.1999.101.2.449/abstract
[Book Review]Authored by: Sluka, J.
Sluka, JA. (1999). Book review: Symbols in Northern Ireland, editied by Anthony Buckley (1998). American Ethnologist. 26(1), 245-246Retreived from http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1525/ae.1999.26.1.245/abstract
[Book Review]Authored by: Sluka, J.
Sluka, JA. (1996). As Bloody and Cruel as Ever: The Critique of the Concepts of Post-colonialism and Decolonisation.. New Zealand Journal of Media Studies. 3(2), 19-25
[Journal article]Authored by: Sluka, J.
Sluka, JA. (1996). The writing's on the wall: Peace process images, symbols and murals in Northern Ireland. Critique of Anthropology. 16(4), 381-394
[Journal article]Authored by: Sluka, J.
Sluka, J. (1995). Cultures of Terror and Resistance in Northern Ireland. PoLAR: Political and Legal Anthropology Review. 18(1), 97-106
[Journal article]Authored by: Sluka, J.
Sluka, JA. (1995). Domination, Resistance and Political Culture in Northern Ireland's Catholic-Nationalist Ghettos. Critique of Anthropology. 15(1), 71-102
[Journal article]Authored by: Sluka, J.
Sluka, JA. (1994). Censorship and the Politics of Rock.. SITES: a Journal for South Pacific Cultural Studies. 29, 45-70
[Journal article]Authored by: Sluka, J.
SLUKA, JA. (1990). ADDITION. HUMAN ORGANIZATION. 49(3), 205-205
[Journal article]Authored by: Sluka, J.
SLUKA, JA. (1990). PARTICIPANT OBSERVATION IN VIOLENT SOCIAL CONTEXTS. HUMAN ORGANIZATION. 49(2), 114-126
[Journal article]Authored by: Sluka, J.
Sluka, JA. (1989). Living on their nerves: Nervous debility in northern ireland. Health Care for Women International. 10(2-3), 219-243
[Journal article]Authored by: Sluka, J.

Book

Sluka, JA. (2013). Staying alive while conducting primary research: Fieldwork on political violence. In The Ashgate Research Companion to Political Violence. (pp. 301 - 326).
[Chapter]Authored by: Sluka, J.
Sluka, J. (2013). Virtual war in the tribal zone: Air strikes, drones, civilian casualties, and losing hearts and minds in Afghanistan and Pakistan. In NL. Whitehead, & S. Finnstrom (Eds.) Virtual war and magical death: Technologies and imaginaries for terror and killing. (pp. 171 - 193). United States: Duke University Press
[Chapter]Authored by: Sluka, J.
Sluka, JA., & Robben, A.(2012). Ethnographic fieldwork: An anthropological reader. London: Wiley-Blackwell
[Authored Book]Edited by: Sluka, J.
Sluka, JA. (2012). Staying alive while conducting primary research: Fieldwork on political violence. In The Ashgate Research Companion to Political Violence. (pp. 301 - 325).
[Chapter]Authored by: Sluka, J.
Sluka, J. (2012). Part IV: The 'other' talks back: Introduction. In ACGM. Robben, & JA. Sluka (Eds.) Ethnographic fieldwork: An anthropological reader. (pp. 195 - 198). United Kingdom and United States: Wiley-Blackwell an imprint of John Wiley & Sons
[Chapter]Authored by: Sluka, J.
Robben, ACGM., & Sluka, JA. (Eds.) (2012). Ethnographic fieldwork: An anthropological reader. United Kingdom, United States: Wiley-Blackwell an imprint of John Wiley & Sons
[Edited Book]Edited by: Sluka, J.
Sluka, JA. (2012). Part X Engaging fieldwork: Introduction. In ACGM. Robben, & JA. Sluka (Eds.) Ethnographic fieldwork: An anthropological reader. (pp. 565 - 572). United Kingdom and United States: Wiley-Blackwell an imprint of John Wiley & Sons
[Chapter]Authored by: Sluka, J.
Sluka, JA. (2012). Part IV Fieldwork ethics: Introduction. In ACGM. Robben, & JA. Sluka (Eds.) Ethnographic fieldwork: An anthropological reader. (pp. 299 - 305). United Kingdom and United States: Wiley-Blackwell an imprint of John Wiley & Sons
[Chapter]Authored by: Sluka, J.
Sluka, JA. (2012). Part V Fieldwork conflicts, hazards, and dangers: Introduction. In ACGM. Robben, & JA. Sluka (Eds.) Ethnographic Fieldwork: An Anthropological Reader. (pp. 237 - 243). United Kingdom and United States: Wiley-Blackwell an imprint of John Wiley & Sons
[Chapter]Authored by: Sluka, J.
Sluka, JA. (2012). The 'Other' Talks Back. In A. Robben, & JA. Sluka (Eds.) Ethnographic Fieldwork: An Anthropological Reader. (pp. 193 - 198). UK/USA: Wiley-Blackwell
[Chapter]Authored by: Sluka, J.
Sluka, JA. (2012). Part III Fieldwork relations and rapport: Introduction. In A. Robben, & JA. Sluka (Eds.) Ethnographic fieldwork: An anthropological reader. (pp. 137 - 142). United Kingdom and United States: Wiley-Blackwell and imprint of John Wiley & Sons
[Chapter]Authored by: Sluka, J.
Sluka, JA., & Robben, ACGM. (2012). Fieldwork in cultural anthropology: An introduction. In ACGM. Robben, & JA. Sluka (Eds.) Ethnographic fieldwork: An anthropological reader. (pp. 1 - 47). United Kingdom and United States: Wiley-Blackwell
[Chapter]Authored by: Sluka, J.
Sluka, JA. (2011). Drones in the tribal zone: Virtual war and losing hearts and minds in the Af-Pak war. In War, Technology, Anthropology. (pp. 21 - 33).
[Chapter]Authored by: Sluka, J.
Sluka, JA. (2010). Losing hearts and minds in the "war on terrorism". In Iraq at a Distance: What Anthropologists Can Teach Us About the War. (pp. 106 - 132).
[Chapter]Authored by: Sluka, J.
Sluka, JA. (2009). The contribution of anthropology to critical terrorism studies. In Critical Terrorism Studies: A New Research Agenda. (pp. 138 - 155).
[Chapter]Authored by: Sluka, J.
Sluka, JA.(2007). Ethnographic Fieldwork: An Anthropological Reader. Malden, MA: Blackwell
[Authored Book]Edited by: Sluka, J.
Sluka, JA. (2007). Part IV The 'other' talks back: Introduction. In ACGM. Robben, & JA. Sluka (Eds.) Ethnographic fieldwork: An anthropological reader. (pp. 177 - 182). United States, United Kingdom, Australia: Blackwell Publishing
[Chapter]Authored by: Sluka, J.
Robben, A, ACGM., & Sluka, JA. (Eds.) (2007). Ethnographic fieldwork: An anthropological reader. United States, United Kingdom, Australia: Blackwell Publishing
[Edited Book]Authored by: Sluka, J.
Sluka, JA. (2007). Silent but still deadly: Guns and the peace process in Northern Ireland. In CF. Springwood (Ed.) Open fire: Understanding global gun cultures. (pp. 56 - 70). United Kingdom: Berg
[Chapter]Authored by: Sluka, J.
Sluka, JA. (2007). Part X Fictive fieldwork and fieldwork novels: Introduction. In ACGM. Robben, & JA. Sluka (Eds.) Ethnographic fieldwork: An anthropological reader. (pp. 493 - 498). United States, United Kingdom, Australia: Blackwell Publishing
[Chapter]Authored by: Sluka, J.
Sluka, JA. (2007). Part VI Fieldwork ethics: Introduction. In ACGM. Robben, & JA. Sluka (Eds.) Ethnographic fieldwork: An anthropological reader. (pp. 271 - 275). United States, United Kingdom, Australia: Blackwell Publishing
[Chapter]Authored by: Sluka, J.
Sluka, JA. (2007). Part V Fieldwork conflicts, hazards and dangers: Introduction. In ACGM. Robben, & JA. Sluka (Eds.) Ethnographic fieldwork: An anthropological reader. (pp. 217 - 221). United States, United Kingdom, Australia: Blackwell Publishing
[Chapter]Authored by: Sluka, J.
Sluka, JA. (2007). Part III Fieldwork relations and rapport: Introduction. In ACGM. Robben, & JA. Sluka (Eds.) Ethnographic Fieldwork: An Anthropological Reader. (pp. 121 - 125). United States, United Kingdom, Australia: Blackwell Publishing
[Chapter]Authored by: Sluka, J.
Sluka, JA., & Robben, ACGM. (2007). Fieldwork in cultural anthropology: An introduction. In ACGM. Robben, & JA. Sluka (Eds.) Ethnographic fieldwork: An anthropological reader. (pp. 1 - 28). United States, United Kingdom, Australia: Blackwell Publishing
[Chapter]Authored by: Sluka, J.
Robben, ACGM., & Sluka, JA. (Eds.) (2007). Ethnographic fieldwork: An anthropological reader. United States, United Kingdom, Australia: Blackwell Publishing
[Edited Book]Edited by: Sluka, J.
Sluka, J. (2006). On common ground: Justice, human rights and survival. In Justice as a Basic Human Need. (pp. 113 - 133).
[Chapter]Authored by: Sluka, J.
Sluka, JA.(2000). Death Squad: The Anthropology of State Terror. Philadelphia, PA: University of Pennsylvania Press
[Authored Book]Edited by: Sluka, J.
Sluka, JA. (Ed.) (2000). Death squad: The anthropology of state terror. United States: University of Pennsylvania Press
[Edited Book]Authored by: Sluka, J.
Sluka, JA. (2000). "For God and ulster": The culture of terror and loyalist death squads in Northern Ireland. In JA. Sluka (Ed.) Death squad: The anthropology of state terror. (pp. 127 - 157). United States: University of Pennsylvania Press
[Chapter]Authored by: Sluka, J.
Sluka, JA. (2000). Introduction: State terror and anthropology. In JA. Sluka (Ed.) Death squad: The anthropology of state terror. (pp. 1 - 45). United States: University of Pennsylvania Press
[Chapter]Authored by: Sluka, J.
Sluka, JA. (Ed.) (2000). Death squad: the anthropology of state terror. United States, United Kingdom: University of Pennsylvania Press
[Edited Book]Edited by: Sluka, J.
Sluka, J.(1989). Hearts and minds, water and fish: Popular support for the IRA and INLA in a Northern Irish ghetto. United States: Jai Press an imprint of Elsevier
[Authored Book]Authored by: Sluka, J.

Report

Sluka, JA. (2008). Critical terrorism studies.
[Commissioned Report]Authored by: Sluka, J.
Sluka, JA. (2007). Peer review of UK's National Centre for Research Methods (NCRM) Inquiry into risk to researchers.
[Commissioned Report]Authored by: Sluka, J.
Sluka, JA. (2005). The other side of the world: The global out-laws of the 21st century. University of California Press.
[Commissioned Report]Authored by: Sluka, J.

Conference

Sluka, JA.“Too Dangerous for Fieldwork?: Institutional Ethics and Risk-Management in Anthropological Fieldwork”. . Ottawa, Canada
[Conference Paper]Authored by: Sluka, J.
Sluka, JA. (2015, November). Invited Discussant for panel on "Endless Terror Machine: State Violence, Armed Conflict, and the Fate of the Periphery.". Presented at Annual meetings of the American Anthropological Association. Denver, Colorado, USA..
[Conference Oral Presentation]Authored by: Sluka, J.
Sluka, JA."Damned if they did, Damned if they Didn't: Community Policing by the Irish Republican Army in Northern Ireland.". . Denver, Colorado, USA
[Conference Paper]Authored by: Sluka, J.
Sluka, JA. (2014). “Social Stratification and the Spirit of Freedom in the Work of Gerald D. Berreman”. , Annual Meetings of the American Anthropological Association
[Conference Abstract]Authored by: Sluka, J.
Sluka, JA."Social Stratification and the Spirit of Freedom in the Work of Gerald D. Berreman.". . Washington, DC, USA
[Conference Paper]Authored by: Sluka, J.
Sluka, JA."Managing Danger in Fieldwork with Perpetrators of Political Violence.". . Liu Institute for Global Issues, University of British Columbia, Canada
[Conference Paper]Authored by: Sluka, J.
Sluka, JA. (2013, November). Invited Discussant for panel on "Approaching Perpetrators: Ethical, Methodological, and Theoretical Perspectives.". Presented at Annual Meetings of the American Anthropological Association.. Chicago, Illinois, USA..
[Conference Oral Presentation]Authored by: Sluka, J.
Sluka, JA."Surviving Fieldwork With Perpetrators of State Terror". . Chicago, USA
[Conference Paper]Authored by: Sluka, J.
Sluka, J. (2012). As American as apple pie?: Torture, death squads, and the (de-)evolution of the US national security state. In Abstracts of the 111th American Anthropological Association [AAA] Annual Meeting: Borders and Crossings, 111th American Anthropological Association [AAA] Annual Meeting: Borders and Crossings United States: American Anthropological Association
[Conference Abstract]Authored by: Sluka, J.
Sluka, J.As American as apple pie?: Torture, death squads, and the (de-)evolution of the US national security state. . San Francisco, CA, United States
[Conference Paper]Authored by: Sluka, J.
Sluka, JA.(2011). Plenary address: Staying alive while conducting primary research or fieldwork on political violence. . Nicosia, Cyprus
[Conference Paper]Authored by: Sluka, J.
Sluka, JA. (2010). Invited speaker: Freedom fighters or terrorists, nations versus states: The political and cultural dynamics of killing civilians in armed conflicts. In Proceedings of the 109th American Anthropological Association [AAA] Annual Meeting Vol. 3 , 109th American Anthropological Association [AAA] Annual Meeting United States: American Anthropological Association
[Conference Abstract]Authored by: Sluka, J.
Sluka, JA.(2010). Invited speaker: Freedom fighters or terrorists, nations versus states: The political and cultural dynamics of killing civilians in armed conflicts. . New Orleans, LA, United States
[Conference Paper]Authored by: Sluka, J.
Sluka, JA.(2010). Invited speaker: Freedom fighters and terrorists, nations versus states: The political and cultural dynamics of killing civilians in armed conflicts. . New Orleans, LA, United States
[Conference Paper]Authored by: Sluka, J.
Sluka, JA.(2009). Curiouser and curiouser: Montgomery McFate's strange interpretation of the relationship between anthropology and counterinsurgency. Paper presented at the meeting of Proceedings of the Southwestern Anthropological Association [SWAA] Annual Conference: Relevancies: Public Anthropology in a Globalizing World. Las Vegas, NV, United States
[Conference Paper]Authored by: Sluka, J.
Sluka, JA. (2009). Cyber-war in the tribal zone: Airstrikes, drones, and civilian casualties in the 'war on terrorism' in Afghanistan and Pakistan. In 108th American Anthropological Association [AAA] Annual Meeting: Program and Abstracts, 108th American Anthropological Association [AAA] Annual Meeting United States: American Anthropological Association
[Conference Abstract]Authored by: Sluka, J.
Sluka, JA.(2009). Curiouser and curiouser: Montgomery McFate's strange interpretation of the relationship between anthropology and counterinsurgency. . Las Vegas, NV, United States
[Conference Paper]Authored by: Sluka, J.
Sluka, JA.(2009). Cyber-war in the tribal zone: Airstrikes, drones, and civilian casualties in the ‘war on terrorism’ in Afghanistan and Pakistan. . Philadelphia, PA, United States
[Conference Paper]Authored by: Sluka, J.
Sluka, JA.(2009). Cyber-war in the tribal zone: Airstrikes, drones, and civilian casualties in the 'war on terrorism' in Afghanistan and Pakistan. . Philadelphia, PA, United States
[Conference Paper]Authored by: Sluka, J.
Sluka, JA. (2008). State terrorism and taboo: Contemporary anthropological perspectives on and approaches to the study of state terrorism. In 49th Interntional Studies Association [ISA] Annual Convention: Bridging Multiple Divides, 49th Interntional Studies Association [ISA] Annual Convention: Bridging Multiple Divides United States: Interntional Studies Association
[Conference Abstract]Authored by: Sluka, J.
Sluka, JA.(2008). State terrorism and taboo: Contemporary anthropological perspectives on an approaches to the study of state terrorism. . San Francisco, CA, United States
[Conference Paper]Authored by: Sluka, J.
Sluka, JA.(2008). Civilian casualties and losing 'hearts and minds' in the war in Iraq. . San Francisco, CA, United States
[Conference Paper]Authored by: Sluka, J.
Sluka, JA.(2008). Civilian casualties and losing 'hearts and minds' in the war in Iraq. . San Francisco, CA, United States
[Conference Paper]Authored by: Sluka, J.
Sluka, JA.(2008). State terrorism and taboo: Contemporary anthropological perspectives on and approaches to the study of state terrorism. Paper presented at the meeting of Proceedings of the 49th International Studies Association [ISA] Annual Convention: Bridging Multiple Divides. San Francisco, CA, United States
[Conference Paper]Authored by: Sluka, J.
Sluka, JA.(2007). In the shadow of the gun: 'Not-war-not-peace' and the future of conflict in Northern Ireland. . Washington, DC, United States
[Conference Paper]Authored by: Sluka, J.
Sluka, JA.(2007). In the shadow of the gun: 'Not-war-not-peace' and the future of conflict in Northern Ireland. . Washington, DC, United States
[Conference Paper]Authored by: Sluka, J.
Sluka, JA.(2006). Losing hearts and minds in the ‘war against terrorism’. . San Jose, CA, United States
[Conference Paper]Authored by: Sluka, J.
Sluka, JA.(2006). Losing hearts and minds in the 'war on terrorism'. . San Jose, CA, United States
[Conference Paper]Authored by: Sluka, J.
Sluka, JA."Silent But Still Deadly: Guns and the Peace Process in Northern Ireland.". . Washington, DC, USA
[Conference Paper]Authored by: Sluka, J.
Sluka, JA.(2005). Silent but still deadly: Guns and the peace process in Northern Ireland. . Washington, DC
[Conference Paper]Authored by: Sluka, J.
Sluka, JA."How to Tell Terrorists from Freedom Fighters.".
[Conference Paper]Authored by: Sluka, J.
Sluka, JA.(2002). How to tell terrorists from freedom fighters. . New Orleans, LA, United States
[Conference Paper]Authored by: Sluka, J.
Sluka, JA.(2002). Racism, lynching and everyday forms of sectarian violence against Catholics in Northern Ireland. . New Orleans, LA
[Conference Paper]Authored by: Sluka, J.
Sluka, JA."Anthropology and Terrorism". . Palmerston North, New Zealand
[Conference Paper]Authored by: Sluka, J.
Sluka, J. (2001). Anthropology and terrorism. (pp. 1 - 1). , 26th Annual Conference of the Association of Social Anthropologists of Aotearoa/New Zealand
[Conference Abstract]Authored by: Sluka, J.
Sluka, JA.(2000). Anthropology on the edge: Drugs, revolution, and death in Northern Ireland. . San Francisco, CA
[Conference Paper]Authored by: Sluka, J.
Sluka, JA."Death, Drugs, and Revolution in Northern Ireland". . University of Otago, New Zealand
[Conference Paper]Authored by: Sluka, J.
Sluka, JA."Death Squad: The Anthropology of State Terror". . University of Waikato, Hamilton, New Zealand
[Conference Paper]Authored by: Sluka, J.
Sluka, JA."National Liberation Movements in Global Perspective". . Victoria University, Wellington, New Zealand
[Conference Paper]Authored by: Sluka, J.
Sluka, JA."The Politics of Anthropology and National Liberation Movements in Global Context". . Palmerston North, New Zealand
[Conference Paper]Authored by: Sluka, J.
Sluka, JA."Loyalist Death Squads and the Culture of Terror in Northern Ireland". . San Francisco, USA
[Conference Paper]Authored by: Sluka, J.
Sluka, JA."Peace Process Symbols, Images and Murals". . Queens Univerity of Belfast, Northern Ireland
[Conference Paper]Authored by: Sluka, J.
Sluka, JA."The Writings on the Wall: Peace Process Images, Symbols, and Murals in Northern Ireland". . Victoria University, Wellington, New Zealand
[Conference Paper]Authored by: Sluka, J.
Sluka, JA."Human Rights, Popular Resistance, and Ethnonational Conflict in Northern Ireland". . Atlanta, USA
[Conference Paper]Authored by: Sluka, J.
Sluka, JA."Domination, Resistance, and Political Culture in Northern Ireland's Catholic-Nationalist Ghettos". . Washington, DC, USA
[Conference Paper]Authored by: Sluka, J.
Sluka, JA."Life Springs From Death: What's Made of Martyrs and What Martyrs are Made Of in the Irish Republican Tradition". . Queens Univerity of Belfast, Northern Ireland
[Conference Paper]Authored by: Sluka, J.
Sluka, JA."Political Terrorism: Facts and Propaganda". . University of Otago, Dunedin, New Zealand
[Conference Paper]Authored by: Sluka, J.
Sluka, JA."Covert Research and the Practice of Anthropology". . Victoria University, Wellington, New Zealand
[Conference Paper]Authored by: Sluka, J.
Sluka, JA."Political Murals in Northern Ireland". . University of Auckland, New Zealand
[Conference Paper]Authored by: Sluka, J.
Sluka, JA."The Politics of Painting: Political Murals in Northern Ireland". . Phoenix, USA
[Conference Paper]Authored by: Sluka, J.
Sluka, JA."Morality and Violence: Popular Support for the IRA and INLA in Northern Ireland". . University of California, Berkeley, USA
[Conference Paper]Authored by: Sluka, J.
Sluka, JA."Ethnographic Research in Violent Social Contexts". . Huntly Marae, New Zealand
[Conference Paper]Authored by: Sluka, J.
Sluka, JA."I'm Alive and Well, My Kneecaps are Still Intact, and My Research is Coming Along Fine: Participant-Observation in Violent Social Contexts". . Philadelphia, USA
[Conference Paper]Authored by: Sluka, J.

Other

Sluka, JA. (2015, May). “Terrorism and Taboo: Anthropological Perspectives on Terrorism.”. In School of Social and Cultural Studies Seminar Series, Victoria University of Wellington..
[Oral Presentation]Authored by: Sluka, J.
Sluka, JA., & Robben, ACGM. (2015). Ethnography.. (pp. 178 - 183). Elsevier
[Other]Authored by: Sluka, J.
Sluka, JA. (2014, September). "Campus Rape and Rape Culture". In Social Anthropology Club, Massey University.
[Oral Presentation]Authored by: Sluka, J.
Sluka, JA. (2014, March). "Stop the Trans-Pacific Partnership Agreement (TPPA)". In Public audience, the Square, Palmerston North. Presented at Palmerston North.
[Oral Presentation]Authored by: Sluka, J.
Sluka, JA. (2014, April). "Dark Shaman: Neil Whitehead and the Practice of Assault Sorcery". In Massey University Social Anthropology Club.
[Oral Presentation]Authored by: Sluka, J.
Sluka, JA. (2013, March). Invited talk on "Race and Racism" to Palmerston North Girls High School, Anthropology Extension Group..
[Oral Presentation]Authored by: Sluka, J.
Sluka, J. (2012, October). Identity, globalization, and the art of resistance: A reflection on the art of N.S. Harsha. In Govett-Brewster Art Gallery, Winter 2012 Public Programmes, Wellington, New Zealand.
[Oral Presentation]Authored by: Sluka, J.
Sluka, JA. (2011, July). The myth of terrorism and its impact on New Zealand. In Community Services Council Series, Palmerston North Community Council, Palmerston North, New Zealand.
[Oral Presentation]Authored by: Sluka, J.
Sluka, JA. (2011). Encyclopedia entry: Irish tinkers/travelers in Ethnic groups of Europe an encyclopedia. (pp. 202 - 202). ABC-CLIO
[Other]Authored by: Sluka, J.
Sluka, JA. (2011). Encyclopedia entry: Northern Ireland Protestants in Ethnic groups of Europe an encyclopedia. (pp. 200 - 200). ABC-CLIO
[Other]Authored by: Sluka, J.
Sluka, J. (2011). Encyclopedia entry: Northern Ireland Catholics in Ethnic groups of Europe an encyclopedia. (pp. 201 - 201). ABC-CLIO
[Other]Authored by: Sluka, J.
Sluka, JA. (2011, July). The Myth of Terrorism. In Palmerston North Public Library.
[Oral Presentation]Authored by: Sluka, J.
Sluka, JA. (2009, December). Human rights and civilian casualties in Obama's wars in Afghanistan and Pakistan. In Amnesty International Aotearoa New Zealand: Palmerston North Group, Human Rights Day, Palmerston North, New Zealand.
[Oral Presentation]Authored by: Sluka, J.
Sluka, JA. (2009, August). Human rights, terrorism, and the 'war on terror'. In Amnesty International at Massey: Stolen Dignity: Keeping Children Out of Conflict, Palmerston North, New Zealand.
[Oral Presentation]Authored by: Sluka, J.
Sluka, JA. (2008, December). The Ruatoki Valley 'anti-terrorism' police raids: Losing 'hearts and minds' in Te Urewera. In October 15 Solidarity Group (Wellington) Special Event, Wellington, New Zealand.
[Oral Presentation]Authored by: Sluka, J.
Sluka, JA. (2008, October). Losing 'hearts and minds' in Te Urewera. In Remember 15th October 2007 One Year Later, Te Korowai Aroha O Aotearoa Inc, Te Rewarewa Marae, Ruatoki, New Zealand.
[Oral Presentation]Authored by: Sluka, J.
Sluka, JA. (2006, October). Studying terrorism: A critical perspective from a social scientist. In Royal Society of New Zealand October General Meeting, Palmerston North, New Zealand.
[Oral Presentation]Authored by: Sluka, J.
Sluka, JA. (2005, June). Terrorism and democracy. : Tairawhiti Polytechnic.
[Oral Presentation]Authored by: Sluka, J.
Sluka, JA. (2005, May). Treaties, indigenous peoples, and human and indigenous rights: An anthropological perspective. Presented at Massey University, Palmerston North, NZ. : New Zealand Human Rights Commission & Massey University Students Association.
[Oral Presentation]Authored by: Sluka, J.
Beatson, PR., Sluka, JA., & Read, PL. (2002, August). Globalisation: Little NZ in the big wide world! - the economic, political and cultural issues. : Manawatu Workers' Educational Association.
[Oral Presentation]Authored by: Sluka, J.
Sluka, JA. (2000, May). Globalisation and the culture of state terror and the peace process in Northern Island. : Massey University and the Workers Education Association.
[Oral Presentation]Authored by: Sluka, J.

Supervision and Teaching

Summary of Doctoral Supervision

Position Current Completed
Supervisor 0 4
CoSupervisor 0 5

Teaching

146.102 Endangered Cultures

146.208 Political Anthropology

146.304 Culture, Biology & Racism

146.305 Popular Movements

146.703 Practice of Anthropology (Ethics)

Completed Doctoral Supervision

Supervisor of:

  • 2013 - Lawrence Malcolm McDonald - PhD
    Camera antipode ans westra: Photography as a form of ethnographic and historical writing
  • 2007 - Bernard Jervis - PhD
    Kapija: Case study of a Bosnian community's initiative for re-building peace
  • 2005 - Mr Dominic Michael Patrick Moran - PhD
    To be free in our country : fighting the Kulturkampf with Tzerie Meretz
  • 1997 - Ms Amanda Jane Rudge - PhD
    `Would you like to listen or not?': A Dissertation which explores the relationship between research participants and anthropologists in Karimpur.

CoSupervisor of:

  • 2016 - Nina Joy Harding - PhD
    "You Bring It, We'll Bring It Out": Becoming a Soldier in the New Zealand Army
  • 2010 - Tom Gesora Ondicho - PhD
    Tourism, Power and Politics: The challenges of Maasai involvement in tourism development.
  • 2004 - Mr Henry George Barnard - PhD
    The ethnography of the cultural consumption of Middle New Zealand
  • 1998 - Mr Erin Jon Eggleston - PhD
    The Ethnography of Youth Texts on Gangs, Trouble and Rehabilitation.
  • 1996 - Mr Donovan Stuart Storey - PhD
    Housing, The State and Urban Poor Organisations in Metro Manila.

Media and Links

Media

  • 31 May 1999 - Newspaper
    "No Simple Solutions, Says Speaker"
    Quoted in article in the Evening Standard.
  • 31 Mar 2014 - Newspaper, Online
    "Protestors Fear Impact of TPPA Agreement"
    Quoted in article in the Manawatu Standard and also in internet Stuff.co.nz report.
  • 31 Jul 1996 - Radio
    "The G7 Anti-Terrorism Talks"
    Interview on National Radio "Checkpoint" programme on the effectiveness of the G7 anti-terrorism talks.
  • 29 Sep 1995 - Radio
    "Crisis in the Northern Ireland Peace Process"
    Interview on National Radio "Checkpoint" programme on the crisis in the Northern Ireland peace process.
  • 28 Mar 2017 - Radio
    Radio interview on publication of book Hit and Run
    Live interview on controversy surrounding publication of book Hit and Run by Nicky Hager and Jon Stephenson, Radio Control (99.4fm), Palmerston North, 28 March.
  • 27 Nov 2014 - Radio
    Radio New Zealand Morning Report
    Interviewed live on Radio New Zealand Morning Report in regard to proposed changes to terrorism legislation.
  • 26 Sep 1994 - Newspaper
    "A Breath of Freedom in a Gale of Censorship"
    Quoted in article in the Evening Standard.
  • 26 Nov 2014 - Online
    "Terrorism Bill Fraught With Risk for Academics"
    Quoted in Press Release issued by the Tertiary Education Union.
  • 25 Nov 2003 - Radio
    "The War in Iraq"
    Interview on Radio Rhema "Straight-Talk New Zealand" programme regarding the war in Iraq and role of Israel in violence in the Middle East.
  • 25 Feb 2003 - Radio
    "The Wars on Terror in Iraq and Afghanistan"
    Interview on Manawatu Access Radio.
  • 21 Sep 2001 - Television
    "The Terrorist Attack on the World Trade Centre"
    Interview on TV1 "Breakfast Show" programme.
  • 21 Oct 1986 - Television
    "Research on terrorism"
    Interview on "Tonight Show" regarding Terrorism in France and the Middle East, my research on terrorism, and the potential for terrorism in New Zealand.
  • 20 Nov 1997 - Radio
    "The Spread of Islamic Terrorism"
    Interview on National Radio "Checkpoint" programme on terrorist attacks in Egypt and the spread of Islamic terrorism.
  • 19 Sep 2000 - Newspaper
    "Help 'Could Bring Terrorists to New Zealand'"
    Quoted in article in the Evening Standard.
  • 19 Nov 1987 - Radio
    "Popular Support for the IRA and INLA"
    Interview on National Radio on popular support for the Irish Republican Army and Irish National Liberation Army.
  • 18 Dec 2014 - Newspaper
    Sydney Siege Ominous for NZ Says Expert
    Quoted in article published in the Manawatu Standard.
  • 17 Sep 2003 - Newspaper
    "No Let-Up"
    Quoted in article in the Manawatu Evening Standard with regard to the capture of Saddam Hussein.
  • 17 Nov 1993 - Radio
    "The Upsurge in Violence in Northern Ireland"
    Interview on National Radio "Checkpoint" programme on the upsurge in violence in Northern Ireland and possible return of internment.
  • 17 Jun 2016 - Newspaper
    Comments reported in news report on TPPA Roadshow
    Article reported on Stuff New Zealand news website titled "Big Manawatu Employer NZ Pharmaceuticals Backs TPPA." "Massey University political anthropologist and anti-TPPA professor Jeff Sluka said he
  • 17 Jun 1999 - Newspaper
    "Terror: Coming Soon to a Government Near You"
    Quoted in article in the Evening Standard.
  • 17 Feb 1988 - Radio
    "The Threat of Terrorism in the South Pacific"
    Interview on National Radio on the threat of terrorism in the South Pacific.
  • 16 Jul 1986 - Radio
    "Research on Political Violence in N. Ireland"
    Interview on "Good Morning New Zealand" show on my research in Northern Ireland.
  • 16 Aug 1994 - Radio
    "The Capture of Carlos the Jackal"
    Interview on National Radio "Checkpoint" programme on transnational terrorism and the capture of Carlos "the Jackal."
  • 15 Oct 2008 - Radio
    "The 2007 Ruatoki Anti-Terrorism Raids"
    Interviewed on 1XX Radio on the one-year anniversary/commemoration of the Ruatoki Valley police 'antiterrorism' raids.
  • 15 Oct 2002 - Newspaper
    "Expert Scorns Al-Qaeda Bali Link"
    Quoted in front page article in the Manawatu Evening Standard.
  • 15 Nov 2005 - Radio
    "The UN Special Raporteur on Indigenous Rights"
    Interview on National Radio Morning Report and Mana Radio regarding the visit to New Zealand of the United Nations Special Reporteur on Indigenous Rights.
  • 15 Mar 1994 - Radio
    "The IRA Attack on Heathrow Airport"
    Interview on National Radio "Checkpoint" programme on the IRA attack on Heathrow Airport and the Anglo-Irish Peace Process.
  • 15 Dec 2015 - Radio
    Answer to Radio New Zealand listeners question.
    Who are the Leaders of ISIS and What Induced Them to try to Create a New Country Against Such Great Odds?”
  • 15 Apr 2001 - Online
    "Expert Calls for Sanctions on Israel"
    Quoted in Stuff.co.nz internet news report.
  • 15 Apr 2001 - Newspaper
    "Israeli Aggression Also Affects Kiwis"
    Quoted in front page article in the Evening Standard.
  • 14 Sep 2000 - Newspaper
    "Terrorism Expert Says Attacks Were Inevitable"
    Quoted in article in the Evening Standard.
  • 14 Sep 1993 - Radio
    "What's Changed in Northern Ireland"
    Interview on Auckland Access Radio Irish Programme on what has changed in Northern Ireland over the last decade.
  • 14 Oct 1994 - Newspaper
    "Sluka Welcomes Protestant Move"
    Quoted in article in the Evening Standard.
  • 14 Nov 1989 - Radio
    "Terrorism and Airport Security in New Zealand"
    Interview on Radio New Zealand National News Programme on terrorism and airport security in New Zealand.
  • 14 Jun 1988 - Radio
    "The War in Northern Ireland"
    Interview on Auckland Access Radio on the war in Northern Ireland.
  • 14 Jan 2001 - Newspaper
    "Apple-pie Ideals Cut in His Own Way"
    Quoted in feature article on my research in the Evening Standard.
  • 14 Feb 2001 - Newspaper
    "IRA Not Terrorists in Ireland Claims Lecturer"
    Quoted in article in the Kapiti Observer.
  • 14 Aug 1989 - Radio
    "The 20th Anniversary of the War in N. Ireland"
    Interview on Wellington Access Radio on the 20th anniversary of the 'troubles' in Northern Ireland.
  • 13 Jul 1992 - Radio
    "The Significance of the 1916 Easter Rising"
    Interview on National Radio regarding the significance of the 1916 Rising for Ireland today.
  • 13 Jan 2015 - Radio
    Interviewed on Radio New Zealand Morning Report
    Interviewed live on Radio New Zealand Morning Report in regard to electronic monitoring of returning ISIS fighters.
  • 12 Sep 2002 - Radio
    "President Bush's Response to 9/11 Attacks"
    Interview on Radio Rhema "Straight-Talk New Zealand" programme.
  • 12 Nov 2014 - Newspaper
    "Citizens Rally Against TPPA"
    Quoted in article in The Tribune as speaker at public rally in Palmerston North against the Trans-Pacific Partnership Agreement.
  • 12 Feb 1996 - Newspaper
    "IRA Bombing 'a Warning'"
    Quoted in article in the Evening Standard.
  • 11 Sep 2002 - Newspaper
    "Bush is Terrifying People, Says Terrorism Expert"
    Quoted in article in the Manawatu Evening Standard.
  • 11 Sep 2002 - Online
    "Bush Disappoints Americans - Terrorism Expert."
    Quoted in Stuff.co.nz internet news report.
  • 11 Sep 1986 - Newspaper
    "Living With Violence in Belfast"
    Quoted in article in the Evening Post on my research in Northern Ireland.
  • 11 Aug 2003 - Newspaper
    "Government 'Torturing' Refugee"
    Quoted in article in front page article in the Manawatu Evening Standard.
  • 10 Jun 2005 - Newspaper
    "Lecturer Explodes Some Myths"
    "Lecture Explodes Some Myths of Democracy and Terrorism." New Zealand Herald article reporting on public lecture I presented on "Terrorism and Democracy."
  • 10 Jul 1986 - Newspaper
    "The Anatomy of Violence"
    Quoted in article in the Evening Standard on my research in Northern Ireland.
  • 10 Feb 1987 - Radio
    "Research in Northern Ireland"
    Interview on National Radio "Nine till Noon" programme on my research in Northern Ireland.
  • 10 Aug 1987 - Radio
    The Anniversary of Internment in Northern Ireland
    Interview on Wellington Access Radio regarding the anniversary of internment in Northern Ireland.
  • 09 Nov 2002 - Newspaper
    "Sluka takes on Rotary"
    Article in the Manawatu Evening Standard reporting invited talk I gave to the Palmerston North Rotary Club.
  • 08 Oct 2000 - Newspaper
    "US Strike Wrong: Sluka"
    Quoted in article in the Evening Standard.
  • 08 Jun 2016 - Newspaper
    "Paris Fire Chief Offers Anti-Terror Lessons"
    Quoted in Dominion Post article: "Massey University associate professor Jeff Sluka told the conference that the terrorist threat to New Zealand was 'virtually nil'. He said emergency services here wer
  • 08 Apr 2013 - Radio
    "Modern Day Threats and Fears"
    Interviewed for inclusion in five-part "The Face of Fear" Radio New Zealand series by Sonia Fry.
  • 07 Jul 1995 - Newspaper
    "Ceasefire Tension 'Likely to Rise'"
    Quoted in article in the Evening Standard.
  • 06 Sep 1994 - Radio
    "The Prospects for Peace in Northern Ireland"
    Interview on 2ZB "Newstalk" programme.
  • 06 Aug 2016 - Newspaper
    Quoted in article published in New Zealand Herald.
    Quoted in article “Terrorist Attack in NZ ‘Not if But When’,” New Zealand Herald, 6 August: "Jeffrey Sluka, a Massey University academic who specialises in political terrorism, described the security
  • 06 Apr 2017 - Radio
    Radio Interview
    Interviewed regarding controversy over allegations of New Zealand SAS killing of civilians in Afghanistan made in book "Hit and Run" by Nicky Hager and Jon Stephenson. Access 999am, NZ On Air, On Poin
  • 05 Sep 1994 - Newspaper
    "Nothing to Lose from IRA Ceasefire - NZ Academic"
    Quoted in article in the Waikato Times.
  • 05 Nov 2014 - Newspaper
    "Find Out About TPPA"
    Interview reported in page 1 article in The Tribune about upcoming public rally against the Trans-Pacific Trade Agreement.
  • 05 Feb 2015 - Magazine
    “A Invasāo dos Drones” (“The Invasion of Drones”)
    Quoted in “A Invasāo dos Drones” (“The Invasion of Drones”), by André Bernard, in Galileo (a scientific Brazilian magazine).
  • 03 Oct 2004 - Newspaper
    "How We Took this Knife on Eight Flights"
    Quoted in front page article in the Sunday Star-Times, based on phone interview regarding antiterrorism security at New Zealand airports.
  • 03 Mar 1999 - Newspaper
    "Uganda Called Graveyard"
    Quoted in article in the Evening Standard.
  • 03 Jun 2003 - Newspaper
    "Building His Own Cruise Missile"
    Quoted in article in the Dominion Post.
  • 03 Jun 2003 - Newspaper
    "Boffin Builds Backyard Missile"
    Quoted in article in the New Zealand Herald.
  • 03 Jun 2003 - Newspaper
    "Bush Deceived Public on Iraq, Sluka says"
    Quoted in front page article in the Manawatu Standard.
  • 02 Oct 2015 - Newspaper
    “TPPA: A Corporate Takeover.”
    Opinion/Perspective article published in the Otaki Mail.
  • 02 Jul 2005 - Newspaper
    "No Country is Immune"
    Interview on threat of terrorism reported in New Zealand Herald.
  • 01 Sep 1994 - Newspaper
    "Expert Sees 'Nothing to Lose'" [in IRA Ceasefire]
    Quoted in article in the Evening Standard.
  • 01 Sep 1994 - Radio
    "The IRA Ceasefire"
    Interview on National Radio "Checkpoint" programme on the IRA ceasefire and peace process in Northern Ireland.
  • 01 Mar 2001 - Newspaper
    "A Question of Terrorism"
    Quoted in article in the Evening Standard.
  • 01 Jan 2017 - Magazine
    Cited in magazine article
    Cited in “Common sense required in commenting on terrorist threat” by Carlton Ruffell & Stewart O’Reilly, Line of Defense: New Zealand’s Defense and National Security Magazine. Summer 2016/17, 1:2, 28

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