Stef Wittendorp is researcher at the Institute for Security and Global Affairs. He current works on an NCTV-funded project inventorying policies and legislation concerning jihadism in various European countries and the United States. He is finalizing his PhD at the University of Groningen on European Community/European Union efforts to deal with terrorism between the mid-1970 and 2015. His dissertation focuses in particular on the emergence and evolution of counter-terrorism as an EC/EU policy domain. For this purpose he draws on securitization theory and governmentality.
He holds a Master’s degree in Modern History and International Relations (2011; cum laude) and a Bachelor’s degree in International Organization and International Relations (2009), both completed at the University of Groningen. In 2008, he spent a semester abroad at the State University of New York, College at Geneseo, in the United States.
His research interests concern: (critical) security studies, EU security policies, counter-terrorism, governmentality, and discourse analysis.
- Wittendorp S. (2017), Re-inventing political order? A discourse view on the European Community and the abolition of border controls in the second half of the 1980s. In: Leese M., Wittendorp S. (red.) Security/Mobility: Politics of Movement.. Manchester: Manchester University Press. 132-149.
- Leese M. & Wittendorp S. (red.) (2017), Security/Mobility: Politics of Movement. Manchester: Manchester University Press.
- Beauchamps M., Hoijtink M., Leese M., Magalhaes B., Weinblum S. & Wittendorp S. (2017), Introduction: Security/Mobility and the politics of movement. In: Leese M., Wittendorp S. (red.) Security/Mobility: Politics of Movement.. Manchester: Manchester University Press. 1-13.
- Wittendorp S. (12 juni 2016), Incitement to terrorism and the regulation of free speech. Explosive Politics [blog entry].
- Wittendorp S. (2016), Unpacking 'International Terrorism': Discourse, the European Community and Counter-Terrorism, 1975-86, Journal of Common Market Studies 54(5).
- Wittendorp S. (2016), Conducting Government: Governmentality, Monitoring and EU Counter-Terrorism, Global Society 30(3): 465-483.
- Wittendorp S (2012), Met 13 duizend blessures valt best te leven. De Volkskrant.
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