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Jack Holland
Jack Holland
Professor of Global Security Challenges, University of Leeds
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Selling the war on terror: Foreign policy discourses after 9/11
J Holland
Routledge, 2012
1852012
Foreign policy and political possibility
J Holland
European Journal of International Relations 19 (1), 49-68, 2013
1072013
From September 11th, 2001 to 9-11: From void to crisis
J Holland
International Political Sociology 3 (3), 275-292, 2009
932009
Leadership and the media: Gendered framings of Julia Gillard's ‘sexism and misogyny’speech
KAM Wright, J Holland
Australian Journal of Political Science 49 (3), 455-468, 2014
762014
Security: A critical introduction
L Jarvis, J Holland
Bloomsbury Publishing, 2014
682014
Affect is what states make of it: Articulating everyday experiences of 9/11
J Holland, T Solomon
Critical Studies on Security 2 (3), 262-277, 2014
592014
Howard's war on terror: A conceivable, communicable and coercive foreign policy discourse
J Holland
Australian Journal of Political Science 45 (4), 643-661, 2010
482010
Blair's war on terror: Selling intervention to middle England
J Holland
The British Journal of Politics and International Relations 14 (1), 74-95, 2012
452012
‘When You Think of the Taliban, Think of the Nazis’: Teaching Americans ‘9/11’ in NBC’s The West Wing
J Holland
Millennium 40 (1), 85-106, 2011
412011
Obama's Foreign Policy: Ending the War on Terror
M Bentley, J Holland
Routledge, 2013
352013
Dominance through coercion: Strategic rhetorical balancing and the tactics of justification in Afghanistan and Libya
J Holland, M Aaronson
Journal of Intervention and Statebuilding 8 (1), 1-20, 2014
332014
“Night fell on a different world”: Experiencing, constructing and remembering 9/11
J Holland, L Jarvis
Critical Studies on Terrorism 7 (2), 187-204, 2014
312014
Video use and the student learning experience in politics and international relations
J Holland
Politics 34 (3), 263-274, 2014
292014
‘We [for] got him’: Remembering and Forgetting in the Narration of bin Laden’s death
L Jarvis, J Holland
Millennium 42 (2), 425-447, 2014
262014
The discursive hegemony of Trump’s Jacksonian populism: Race, class, and gender in constructions and contestations of US national identity, 2016–2018
J Holland, B Fermor
Politics 41 (1), 64-79, 2021
232021
Before the vote: UK foreign policy discourse on Syria 2011–13
J Ralph, J Holland, K Zhekova
Review of International Studies 43 (5), 875-897, 2017
232017
The double delegitimatisation of Julia Gillard: Gender, the media, and Australian political culture
J Holland, KAM Wright
Australian Journal of Politics & History 63 (4), 588-602, 2017
232017
Australian identity, interventionism and the War on Terror
J Holland, M McDonald
International Terrorism Post-9/11, 200-222, 2010
232010
Trump’s rhetoric at 100 days: Contradictions within effective emotional narratives
J Holland, B Fermor
Critical Studies on Security 5 (2), 182-186, 2017
202017
The Obama Doctrine
M Bentley, J Holland
Oxon: Routledge, 2017
202017
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