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date: 02 June 2020

(p. v) Acknowledgments

(p. v) Acknowledgments

The first iteration of this handbook’s outline was drafted during the course of the 2014 Olympia Summer Academy. As is often the case with projects that involve over 60 authors, this book has been long in the making. During the process we have incurred a number of debts that we would like to acknowledge publicly.

From the outset, we made a conscious effort to be inclusive—not only by bringing together established and upcoming scholars but also by transcending various divides within the field (e.g. between pre- and post-9/11 engagement in terrorism research). We gratefully acknowledge the contributions of the authors whose commitment to the project made it possible.

Dominic Byatt at Oxford University Press has been an unfailing source of support from the early stages, while Olivia Wells provided detailed feedback that guided us to submission.

Erica Chenoweth would like to thank students, staff, and faculty at Harvard Kennedy School, the University of Denver, and the National Consortium for the Study of Terrorism and Responses to Terrorism for many stimulating discussions about terrorism and counterterrorism.

Richard English thanks colleagues and students at Queen’s University Belfast and at the University of St Andrews, for their insights and discussions regarding terrorism and the study of terrorist violence.

Andreas Gofas would like to thank the Robert Schuman Centre for Advanced Studies at the European University Institute in Florence for providing a most hospitable and intellectually stimulating environment during his 2016–17 sabbatical. He, along with Stathis N. Kalyvas, would like to thank the Greek Diaspora Fellowship Program—funded by a grant from the Stavros Niarchos Foundation (SNF) to the Institute of International Education (IIE), which in collaboration with the Fulbright Foundation in Greece brought him to Greece during the summer of 2017 and allowed him to work on the handbook.

Erica Chenoweth, Cambridge, Massachusetts, USA

Richard English, Belfast, Northern Ireland, UK

Andreas Gofas, Athens, Greece

Stathis N. Kalyvas, Oxford, England, UK (p. vi)