As CSTPV enters our 25th Anniversary Celebrations, we are delighted that four familiar faces have agreed to join as CSTPV Anniversary Fellows:

Dr Sarah Marsden, Senior Lecturer in Radicalisation and Protest in a Digital Age in the Department of Politics, Philosophy and Religion at Lancaster University. Sarah has published widely on global jihadism, religious nationalism, and radical social movements. Her current research focuses on counter-extremism and counter-terrorism policy; ‘foreign fighters’; and women’s involvement in radical politics.

Dr Orla Lynch, Senior Lecturer in Criminology and Asc. Dean of Graduates Studies at University College Cork, Ireland. Orla’s current research focuses on victimisation and political violence in relation to the direct victims of violence, but also the broader psycho-social impact of victimisation and the perpetrator-victim complex

Dr Donald Holbrook, Honorary Senior Research Associate at the Department of Security and Crime Science, University College London and an Associate Fellow at the International Centre for Counter-Terrorism, The Hague. Donald has published widely on topics relating to beliefs, ideas, and media in the context of terrorism and political violence, terrorist use of the internet and the terrorist information environment.

Dr Rashmi Singh, Associate Professor in International Relations at PUC Minas (Brazil). Rashmi is the co-founder and co-director of the Collaborative Research Network on Terrorism, Radicalisation and Organised Crime and her current projects explore the terrorist exploitation of illegal antiquities as well as probing how terrorist groups learn and innovate.