Lee Jarvis is Professor of International Politics at the University of East Anglia, UK. His research focuses on how security threats such as terrorism are constructed and communicated, and the implications of this for citizenship, communities, and policy. He has published fourteen books, five special issues, and over fifty articles/chapters on his own or in collaboration with others. His articles have appeared in journals including Political Studies, Review of International Studies, International Political Sociology, Security Dialogue, and Terrorism and Political Violence. His books include research monographs with Manchester University Press and Palgrave, and the award-winning Terrorism: A Critical Introduction (Choice Outstanding Academic Title award, 2012). His research has been funded by various external organisations including the Economic and Social Sciences Research Council, the Arts and Humanities Research Council, the Australian Research Council, NATO, and the U.S. Office for Naval Research. He co-edits the academic journal Critical Studies on Terrorism.