Studies in Violence and Terrorism addresses a lacuna in the literature on violence, moving beyond the study of one type of terrorism to understand the larger ecosystem of violence. The series publishes manuscripts that bridge the gap between the academic and policy worlds and seeks to highlight emerging issues on the cutting edge of research. In particular, it addresses the intersectionality of violence with other areas, such as strategy, gender-based and interpersonal violence, economics, and sociology. The series offers an innovative analytical approach to concerns in terrorism and political violence inflicted by state and non-state actors alike. The editors are especially interested in promoting research by women and early career professionals.