Ayse Deniz Lokmanoglu

406 Strode Tower
Clemson University
Clemson, SC, 29634, USA

alokman@clemson.edu - +1-‪(224) 534-9617‬‬

Employment

2023-present Assistant Professor, Department of Communication Clemson University, Clemson, SC, USA.

2021-2023 Postdoctoral Fellow, Center for Communication and Public Policy Northwestern University, Evanston, IL, USA.

Education

2017-2021 Ph.D., Communication, Georgia State University, Atlanta, GA, USA.
Chair: Carol Winkler Committee Members: Anthony Lemieux, Dror Walter, Timothy Barouch, Dan Altman
Dissertation: Imagined Economics: An Analysis of Non-state Actor Economic Messaging
National Communication Association Gerald R. Miller Outstanding Doctoral Dissertation Award

2010-2012 M.A., Middle Eastern Studies, Harvard University, Cambridge, MA, USA.
Advisor: Malika Zeghal
Thesis: The implications of the changes in elementary school religious education in Turkey between the years 1980-1989

2005-2009 B.A., Economics and Near Eastern Studies, Cornell University, Ithaca, NY, USA.

Grants, Awards & Fellowships

Awards

  1. IEEE VIS 2023 Best Paper (2023)

  2. National Communication Association Gerald R. Miller Outstanding Doctoral Dissertation Award (2022)

  3. Top Paper Award (Division) Division of Peace and Conflict Communication in National Communication Association (2021)

External Grants

  1. “Networks and Pathways of Violent Extremism: Effectiveness of Dis/Misinformation Campaigns”, PI, National Institute of Justice, $953,203, (2023-2026)

  2. “Meme Content Analysis: Classification and Diffusion of Memes in Fringe Social”, PI, The Global Network on Extremism and Technology (GNET), 6,000 GBP, (2022-2023)

  3. “Mobilizing Media: A Deep and Comparative Analysis of Magazines, Music, and Videos in the Context of Terrorism”, Air Force Office of Scientific Research, #FA9550-15-1-0373 PI: Dr. Anthony Lemieux, Georgia State University, Doctoral Research Assistant, 2,250,000 USD, (2017-2021).

  4. “Exploring the Internationalization of Extreme Right Public Spheres”, Facebook Phase Two Content Policy Research Award, PI: Dr. Dror Walter, Georgia State University and Dr. Yannick Veilleux-Lepage, Leiden University, Doctoral Research Assistant, 82,388 USD, (2020-2021).

  5. “The Jihadi Archive: A Database of Terrorist Tactics and Techniques”, Office of Naval Research Minerva Research Initiative, #N0001419SB001, PI: Dr. Mia Bloom, Georgia State University, Doctoral Research Assistant, 80,000 USD, (2019-2020).

  6. Preventing the Next Generation: Mapping Children’s Mobilization Into Violent Extremist Organizations”, Office of Naval Research Minerva Research Initiative, #N00001416-1-2693, PI: Dr. Mia Bloom, Georgia State University, Doctoral Research Assistant, 941,169 USD, (2017-2020).

  7. “Documenting the Virtual Caliphates”, Office of Naval Research Minerva Research Initiative, #N00001416-1-3174, PI: Dr. Mia Bloom, Georgia State University, Doctoral Research Assistant, 255,000 USD, (2017-2019).

Internal Grants

  1. “Using culturally-centered narratives to eliminate COVID-19 vaccination disparities among Congolese and Somalian refugees in the U.S”, co-PI, Delaney Family Foundation, 38,750 USD, (2022).

Fellowships

  1. Presidential Fellow Program in Transcultural Violence and Conflict Initiative Georgia State University (2017-2021) $22,000 per year for 4 years

Fellowships and Affiliations

  1. Media Forensics Hub, Clemson University, Core Faculty (2023-present)

  2. Center for Information, Technology, and Public Life (CITAP) UNC (2023-2024)

  3. VOX-Pol Network of Excellence (NoE), Leadership Member (2022-present)

  4. Presidential Fellow Program in Transcultural Violence and Conflict Initiative Georgia State University (2017-2021) $22,000 per year for 4 years

Publications

Publication list also available in Google Scholar

Peer-Reviewed Journal Articles

  1. Fitzgerald, J., & Lokmanoglu, A. D. (2023) Special issue: The (international) politics of content takedowns: Theory, practice, ethics. Policy & Internet. DOI

  2. Yang, F., Cai, M., Mortenson, C. M., Fakhari, H., Lokmanoglu, A. D., Hullman, J., Franconeri, S., Diakopoulos, N., Nisbet, E., & Kay, M. (2023) Swaying the Public? Impacts of Election Forecast Visualizations on Emotion, Trust, and Intention in the 2022 U.S. Midterms. IEEE Transactions on Visualization and Computer Graphics (TVCG). Preprint *IEEE VIS23 Best Paper Award

  3. Lokmanoglu, A., Nisbet, E.C., Osborne, M. T., Tien, J., Malloy, S., Cueva Chacón, L., Villa Turek, E., & Abhari, R.(2023). Social Media Sentiment about COVID-19 Vaccination Predicts Vaccine Acceptance Among Peruvian Social Media Users the Next Day. Vaccines. DOI Code

  4. Lokmanoglu, A., Winkler, C., Al Mahmoud, M., McMinimy, K., & Kountz, K. (2022). Textual Messaging of ISIS’s al-Naba and the Context Drivers that Correspond to Strategic Changes. Studies in Conflict and Terrorism. DOI Code

  5. Veilleux-Lepage, Y., Phelan, A., Lokmanoglu, A.D. (2022). Gendered Radicalisation and “Everyday Practices”: An Analysis of Extreme Right and Islamic State Women-Only Forums. European Journal of International Security. DOI Code

  6. Ophir, Y., Pruden, M. L., Walter, D., Lokmanoglu, A. D., Tebaldi, C., & Wang, R. (2022). Weaponizing Reproduction Rights: A Mixed-Method Analysis of White Nationalists’ Discussion of Abortions Online. Information, Communication & Society. DOI

  7. Walter, D., Ophir, Y., Lokmanoglu, A. D., & Pruden, M. L. (2022). Vaccine discourse in white nationalist online communication: A mixed-methods computational approach. Social Science & Medicine, 298, Article 114859. DOI

  8. Ophir, Y., Walter, N., Walter, D., Velho, R. M., Lokmanoglu, A. D., Pruden, M. L., & Andrews, E. A. (2022). Vaccine Hesitancy Under the Magnifying Glass: A Systematic Review of the Uses and Misuses of an Increasingly Popular Construct. Health Communication, 1–15. DOI

  9. Lokmanoglu, A. D., Winkler, C. K., McMinimy, K., & Almahmoud, M. (2022). ISIS Media and Troop Withdrawal Announcements: Visualizing Community and Resilience. International Journal of Communication, 16, 215–246. DOI

  10. McMinimy, K., Winkler, C. K., Lokmanoglu, A. D., & Almahmoud, M. (2021). Censoring Extremism: Influence of Online Restriction on Official Media Products of ISIS. Terrorism and Political Violence, 1–17. DOI

  11. Ophir, Y., Walter, D., Arnon, D., Lokmanoglu, A., Tizzoni, M., Carota, J., D’Antiga, L., & Nicastro, E. (2021). The Framing of COVID-19 in Italian Media and Its Relationship with Community Mobility: A Mixed-Method Approach. Journal of Health Communication, 26(3), 161–173. DOI

  12. Lokmanoglu, A. (2020). Coin as Imagined Sovereignty: A Rhetorical Analysis of Coins as a Transhistorical Artifact and an Ideograph in Islamic State’s Communication. Studies in Conflict & Terrorism, 44(1), 1–22. DOI

  13. Bloom, M., & Lokmanoglu, A. (2020). From Pawn to Knights: The Changing Role of Women’s Agency in Terrorism? Studies in Conflict & Terrorism, 1–16. DOI

  14. Kaczkowski, W., Lokmanoglu, A., & Winkler, C. (2019). Definitions matter: A comparison of the global terrorism database and the U.S. governmental reports of terrorist incidents in Western Europe, 2002-2016. Cambridge Review of International Affairs, 1–18. DOI

Book Chapters

  1. Mustaffa, M., & Lokmanoglu, A. D. (forthcoming, 2024). Networks Approach: Trolls and Bots in Malaysia. In S. L. Connaughton & S. Pukallus (Eds.), Routledge Handbook of Conflict and Peacebuilding. Routledge/Taylor & Francis Group.

  2. Lokmanoglu, A. (forthcoming, 2024). Performative State building in the Digital World – ISIS and Monetary Economics. In C. Voyvodic & N. Stremlau (Eds.), Technology and Governance: Exploring Law and Innovation in the Absence of State Governance. Routledge/Taylor & Francis Group.

  3. Lokmanoglu, A., & Phelan, A. (2023). Monetary Economics, Illicit Economies and Legitimation: The Case of ISIS. In S. Maher & J. Cook (Eds.), The Rule is for None but Allah: Islamist Approaches to Governance. Hurst Publishers & Oxford University Press. Link

  4. Pruden, M., Lokmanoglu, A., Peterscheck, A., & Veilleux-Lepage, Y. (2022). Birds of a feather: A comparative analysis of white supremacist and violent male supremacist discourses. In B. Perry, J. Gruenwald, & R. Scrivens (Eds.), Far-right Extremism in North America. Palgrave.

  5. Lokmanoglu, A., & Veilleux-Lepage, Y. (2020). Hatred, She Wrote: An Analysis of the Extreme Right and Islamic State Women’s Only Forum. In D. M. D. Silva & M. Deflem (Eds.), Radicalization and Counter-Radicalization (Vol. 25). Emerald Publishing Limited.

  6. Bloom, M., & Lokmanoglu, A. (2020). Conducting Field Work in a Virtual Space, Exploring ISIS’ Encrypted Messaging on Telegram. In P. Krause & O. Szekely (Eds.), Stories from the Field A Guide to Navigating Fieldwork in Political Science. Columbia University Press.

  7. Winkler, C., & Lokmanoglu, A. (2019). Communicating Terrorism and Counterterrorism. In B. C. Taylor & H. Bean (Eds.), The Handbook of Communication and Security (First edition, pp. 381–398). Routledge.

Edited Journals/Symposiums

Demetriades, S. Z., Lokmanoglu, A., Walter, N. (Eds.) Health Communication for Displaces Populations [Special Issue]. International Journal of Communication (forthcoming January 2024).

Lokmanoglu, A.D., & Fitzgerald, J. (Eds.), The (International) Politics of Content Takedowns: Theory, Practice, Ethics [Special Issue]. Policy & Internet (December 2023).

Peer-Reviewed Journal Articles under Review

Lokmanoglu, A., Winkler, C., El Damanhoury, K., Massignan, V., Villa Turek, E., & Chen, K. A. Economic Interdependence and Global Media Outreach: A Study of RT’s Rhetoric of Economics on Facebook.

Fitzgerald, J., Lokmanoglu, A., Salles, D., & Santini, R. M. Heaven Holds a Place for Those who Pray: Instrumentalizing religion and disinformation the 2022 Brazilian and 2023 Turkish presidential campaigns.

Book Manuscripts in Progress

Conroy, M., Pruden, M. L., Stiverson, H., & Lokmanoglu, A. D. (Eds.). (2024). Banal Fascism Online: Weaponizing the “Everyday” for Extreme Ends. Routledge/Taylor & Francis Group.

Challenging Economic Communication: Economic Messaging of Non-State Actors, Book Proposal and Draft Manuscript

Reports

Lokmanoglu, Ayse D., Mowafak Allaham, Rod Abhari, Chloe Mortenson, and Esteban Villa‑Turek. “A Picture Is Worth a Thousand (S)Words: Classification and Diffusion of Memes on a Partisan Media Platform.” London: Global Network on Extremism and Technology (GNET), March 2023. DOICode

Book Review and Bibliographies

Teiner, D., Furlan, M., Lokmanoglu, A., & McDonald, B. (2021). Bibliography: Rebel Governance. Perspectives on Terrorism, 15(5), 145–165. Link

Lokmanoglu, A. (2021). Targeting top terrorists: Understanding leadership removal in counterterrorism strategy: by Bryan C Price, New York, Columbia University Press, 2019, 288 pp., $32 (paperback), ISBN 978-0-231-18823-4. South African Journal of International Affairs, 1–2. DOI

Policy Articles (Selected)

Phelan, A., Lokmanoglu, A., Veilleux-Lepage, Y (2022, November 26). Online Platforms as Gendered Sites: Why We Should Pay Attention to Women-Only Forums. Global Network on Extremism & Terrorism (GNET). Link

Ophir, Y., Pruden, M. L., Walter, D., & Lokmanoglu, A. (2022, July 20). White Nationalism, Stormfront, and the Extremist Politicisation of Science. Global Network on Extremism & Terrorism (GNET). Link

McMinimy, K., & Lokmanoglu, A. (2021, November 26). Censoring Extremism: Impact of Takedowns on Islamic State Visuals. Global Network on Extremism & Terrorism (GNET). Link

Criezis, M., & Lokmanoglu, A. (2020, November 13). Baghdadi Fan Mail. Global Network on Extremism & Terrorism (GNET). Link

Lokmanoglu, A. (2020, July 28). Islamic State’s coins and the power of imagined statehood. The ISIS Reader. Link

Allison, B. V., & Lokmanoglu, A. (2020, July 13). Why CHAZ/CHOP Failed. Inkstick. Link

Conference Presentations

Billard, T. J., Pruden, M. L., Jereza, R., Lokmanoglu, A. D., Alimardani, M., & Narayanamoorthy, N. (2023, May 28). BLUE SKY BIG IDEAS WORKSHOP: Burn After Reading: Research-Related Trauma, Symbolic Violence, and the Need for Structural Solutions. International Communication Association (ICA), Toronto, Canada.

Lokmanoglu, A. D. (2023, September 31). Righteous Currency & Supremacy: Coins in Christian Nationalism & Salafi-Jihadism. American Political Science Association (APSA), Los Angeles, CA.

Lokmanoglu, A. D. (2023, March 18). Righteous Currencies: An Examination of Economic Messaging in Alt-Tech Platforms. Public Choice Society, Seattle, WA.

Lokmanoglu, A. (2022). Constituting the Imagined Caliphate: Rhetorical and Computational Approaches to Explicating Non-State Actor Economic Messaging. Critical and Cultural Studies Division, National Communication Association (NCA), New Orleans, LA.

Lokmanoglu, A., Nisbet, E.C., Osborne, M. T., Tien, J., Malloy, S., Cueva Chacón, L., Villa Turek, E., & Abhari, R. (2022). Social Media Amplification of Risk about COVID-19 Vaccination and Vaccine Acceptance Among Peruvian Social Media Users: A Longitudinal Time Series Analysis. Mass Communication Division, National Communication Association (NCA), New Orleans, LA.

Nisbet, E., Lokmanoglu, A., Kamenchuk, O., Abhari, R. M., Villa Turek, E., Mortenson, C. R., Suresh, S., & Jenkin, S. (2022). How foreign propaganda claims penetrates American domestic partisan news: The case of Ukraine. International and Intercultural Communication Division, National Communication Association (NCA), New Orleans, LA.

Saucier, C., Nisbet, E., Lokmanoglu, A., Bond, R., Dixon, G., Garrett, R. K., Hovick, S. H., Na. K., & Wegener, D., (2022). Of Two Minds? How Consistency and Belonging Bias the Need for Evidence about COVID-19. Political Communication Division, National Communication Association (NCA), New Orleans, LA.

Lokmanoglu, A. (2022). Constituting the Imagined Caliphate: Rhetorical and Computational Approaches to Explicating Non-State Actor Economic Messaging. Broadening Our Approach: A Workshop on Comparative Political Communication, Duke University, Durham, NC.

Lokmanoglu, A. (2022) Two and a Half Years Into the Pandemic: Extremist Decision-making and Communication During COVID-19 [Roundtable Participant]. International Studies Association, Nashville, TN.

Lokmanoglu, A., Winkler, C., Almahmoud, M. (2022). Merging Rhetorical Studies and Big Data to Better Understand Rhetorical Acts of Violence in ISIS Publications. International Studies Association, Nashville, TN.

McMinimy, K., Lokmanoglu, A. (2022). Censoring Extremism: Influence of Online Restriction on Official Media Products of ISIS. International Studies Association, Nashville, TN.

Lokmanoglu, A. (2021). Performative Statehood in the Virtual World: The Family. Middle Eastern Studies Association (MESA), online.

Veilleux-Lepage, Y., Lokmanoglu, A., Phelan, A. (2021). Analysis of the Extreme Right and Islamic State Women’s Only Forum. Counterterrorism in a Global Perspective Virtual Workshop funded by Institute of Security and Global Affairs (ISGA), Leiden University and The Hague University of Applied Sciences (THUAS).

Pruden, M., Lokmanoglu, A., Petershcek, A., & Veilleux-LePage, Y. (2021) Birds of a Feather: A Comparative Analysis of White Supremacist and Violent Male Supremacist Discourses. Top Papers in Peace and Conflict Communication in National Communication Association, Seattle, WA.

Lokmanoglu, A., Walter, D., Pruden, M., Veilleux-Lepage, Y., & Goodwin, C. (2021). Ideologize Globally, Mobilize Locally: The Internationalization of Far-Right Online Discourse. International Communications Associations (ICA), online.

Lokmanoglu, A. (2021). Monetary Economics as State Building – Non-State Actors Challenging International Financial Systems. International Studies Association, online.

Lokmanoglu, A. (2021). Performative Governance in the Digital World – ISIS and Monetary Economics. Technology and Governance: Exploring Law and Innovation in the Absence of State Governance, Programme in Comparative Media Law and Policy, Centre for Socio-Legal Studies, Law Faculty at the University of Oxford.

Lokmanoglu, A. (2021). Monetary Economics as State-Building—ISIS and Performative Governance. The State in Flux Graduate Winter School Program, Arab Center for Research and Policy Studies Doha Institute.

Lokmanoglu, A. (2020). Monetary Economics as State Building – ISIS Challenging Traditional Norms of Statehood. Islamist Rebel Governance Workshop, Centre on Conflict, Development and Peacebuilding (CCDP), The Graduate Institute Geneva, Switzerland.

Lokmanoglu, A., Walter, D., Veilleux-Lepage, Y., & Pruden, M. (2020). Exploring the Internationalization of Far-Right Movements. American Political Science Association, San Francisco, CA.

Lokmanoglu, A., & Veilleux-Lepage, Y. (2020). Hatred, She Wrote: An Analysis of the Extreme Right and Islamic State Women’s Only Forum. International Studies Association, Honolulu, Hawaii (cancelled due to COVID-19 pandemic).

Lokmanoglu, A. (2020). Statehood through social media? ISIS Videos on Legitimizing Statehood to the International World. International Studies Association (ISA), Honolulu, Hawaii (cancelled due to COVID-19 pandemic).

Lokmanoglu, A., Kaczkowski, W., & Winkler, C. (2019). Definitions Matter: A Comparison of Government and Media Databases on Terrorism. Society of Terrorism Research, Oslo, Norway.

Lokmanoglu, A., & Veilleux-Lepage, Y. (2019). Hatred, She Wrote: An Analysis of the Extreme Right and Islamic State Women’s Only Forum. Society of Terrorism Research, Oslo, Norway.

Lokmanoglu, A. (2018). Fatal Attraction: ISIS’s Media Strategy for Appealing and Recruiting Women. VOX-Pol Violent Extremism, Terrorism, and the Internet: Present and Future Trends Conference, Amsterdam, Netherlands.

Lokmanoglu, A. (2018). A textual and visual analysis of ISIS Media Channels for Women. Middle Eastern Studies Association (MESA), San Antonio, TX.

Invited Talks (Selected)

Lokmanoglu, A. (2023, March 31). Introduction to Mixed Methodologies for Researching Extremism and Adversarial Disinformation [Speaker]. Online Extremism and Misinformation Conference hosted by the Senator George J. Mitchell Institute for Global Peace, Security and Justice at Queen’s University Belfast

Lokmanoglu, A. (2023, February 21). Doing Text Analysis on Scraped Data: Disinformation and Violent Extremism [Lecture]. Erasmus Mundus International Masters in Security, Intelligence and Strategic Studies (IMSISS)

Lokmanoglu, A. (2022, November 7). Digital Activism In the Middle East. Lecture for HIST 3535: Youth Culture in MENA, Dr. Golbarg Rekabtalaei, Seton Hall University

Lokmanoglu, A. (2022, October 13). Conspiracies and Disinformation/Misinformation [Panel Participant]. Canadian Association for Terrorism, Security, and Society (TSAS) Gala Conference

Lokmanoglu, A. (2022, May 13). Righteous Currencies in Extreme Ideologies: IS Coins, TrumpCoins and FREEdom Coins. Cryptocurrency and Societal Harm Symposium and Special Issue of the Journal of Online Trust and Safety, Stanford Internet Observatory, Stanford University, Stanford, CA.

Lokmanoglu, A. (2022), Terrorism, Misinformation and Censorship. Lecture for DIPL6130 International Security, Dr. Joseph Huddleston, School of Diplomacy and International Relations, Seton Hall University

Lokmanoglu, A. (2021), Responsible Data Science Community of Practice [Panel Participant]. Fall Forum of Translational Data Analytics Institute (TDAI), The Ohio State University (virtual)

Lokmanoglu, A. (2021). Women’s Changing Roles in Terrorism. Lecture for ATS1701 Terrorism and Political Violence (Undergraduate), Dr. Alexandra Phelan, School of Social Sciences, Monash University

R & Python Tutorials

R

LDA Topic Modeling in Arabic with Network Analysis GitHub

LDA Topic Modeling in Russian GitHub

LDA Topic Modeling in Spanish and English GitHub

LDA Topic Models with Statistical Analysis VAR, Beta Regression and OLS GitHub

Arabic and English OCR GitHub

Random Effects and Interaction Models in Panel Analysis GitHub

Python

How to iterate over outliers in BERTopic GitHub

How to create a classifier using BERTopic GitHub

ANTMN analysis on BERTopic GitHub

News Article Scraper GitHub

Teaching

Instructor

Clemson University
Political Communication (Undergraduate Course), Fall 2023 Disinformation (Undergraduate Course), Spring 2024

Northwestern University
Social Media Listening (Graduate Course), Summer 2023

2nd SocialComQuant Summer School on Computational Social Science
Methods for analyzing and modeling textual data (Graduate Course), Summer 2022

Georgia State University
Media, Culture and Society (Undergraduate Course), Spring 2020

Skills, Sofware & Languages

Research Methods - Automated Text Analysis, Topic Modeling, Word Embeddings, Machine Learning, Network Analysis, Content Analysis, Rhetorical Analysis, Statistical Modeling (including Time Series, Structural Equation Modeling, Longitudinal Panel Data Analysis and Spatial Analysis)

Statistical Software - R Studio (advanced), Python (advanced), Gephi, MATLAB, SPSS (Data Entry & Statistical Analysis) and STATA

Languages
English (Native) - fluent
Turkish (Native) - fluent
Spanish - basic
Arabic (msa) - basic
Arabic (Levantine) - basic

Professional Affiliations & Service

Affiliations

  • Affiliate, Center for Information, Technology, and Public Life (CITAP) UNC
  • Member, National Communication Association
  • Member, International Communication Association
  • Member, American Political Science Association
  • Member, International Studies Association
  • Member, Middle Eastern Studies Association
  • Member, Women in Data Science (WIDS) Chicago Chapter

Service to the University

  • Judge, Northwestern University Undergraduate Research Expo Judge
  • Vice President, Georgia State University Communication Graduate Student Association (CGSA) (2020-2021)
  • Treasurer, Georgia State University Communication Graduate Student Association (CGSA) (2019-2020)

Service to the Field

  • Mentor in Chicago Area Behavioral (CAB) Workshop, Northwestern University
  • Women in Data (WID) Science Competition Participant
  • Future Strategy Forum Graduate Student Cohort by The Center for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS) and the Henry A. Kissinger Center for Global Affairs at the Johns Hopkins School of Advanced International Studies (SAIS) and Bridging the Gap Project (BtG) (2020)

Service to the Community

  • Volunteer, Mersin City Council Refugee Initiative, assistance including sanitary housing, refugee vaccination formulating educational plans for K-5, and fundraising (2012 – present).
  • Global Relations Forum (GIFGRF), Istanbul Turkey, GRF Young Professionals Program (2013-2014)
  • Admission Ambassador, Cornell University, Istanbul, Turkey (2009-present), Atlanta, GA, USA (2017-2021) & Chicago, IL, USA (2021-present)

Certificates

  • Mental Health First Aid (MHFA) USA, 2022-2025
  • Longitudinal Data Analysis Using R, Instructor: Stephen Vaisey, Statistical Horizon, November 2021
  • Longitudinal Data Analysis Using SEM, Instructor: Paul Allison, Statistical Horizon, October 2021

Ad Hoc Reviewer (Alphabetical order)

Grant Reviews

  • National Science Foundation (NSF) Secure and Trustworthy Cyberspace (SaTC), 2023

Journal Reviews

  • ACM Conference on Computer-Supported Cooperative Work And Social Computing
  • Digital Health
  • European Journal of International Security
  • Humanities & Social Sciences
  • International Journal of Communication
  • Journal of Communication
  • Journal of Peace Research
  • Journalism
  • New Media & Society
  • Perspectives of Terrorism

References will be provided upon request


Last updated: January 2024