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Michelle Byng engages in an examination of the redefinition of identity among Muslim Americans since the September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks.  Christian Davenport presents a case study of the use of undercover investigations by government authorities of the nationalist organization Republic of New Africa during the late 1960s and early 1970s.  Carl Davidson and Jerry Harris examine the rise of the so-called Christian Right and tendencies within the movement.  Christian Erickson assesses themes presented in American popular culture on the topic of terrorism.  Research on the extremist right wing is presented by Raphael Ezekiel, including discussions of their tactics and ideologies.  Garland and Simi assess the use of civil litigation to suppress white supremacist violence.  Gruenwald compares homicides perpetrated by far-right extremists and other homicides in the United States.  Michael Katz explores why, with very few exceptions, American cities do not experience violent civil disorders.  The ideology and membership of the modern militia movement are evaluated by Mark Pitcavage.  Tanya Sharpe examines the potentiality of terrorist violence emanating from adherents of the Christian Identity movement.

Byng, Michelle D.  “Complex Inequalities: The Case of Muslim Americans After 9/11.”  In  American Behavioral Scientist, vol. 51 (January 2008).

Davenport, Christian.  “Understanding Covert Repressive Action: The Case of the U.S. Government Against the Republic of New Africa.”  In Journal of Conflict Resolution, 49:1 (February 2005).

Davidson, Carl and Jerry Harris.  “Globalisation, Theocracy and the New Fascism: The US Right’s Rise to Power.”  In Race & Class, 47:3 (2006).

Erickson, Christian W.  “Counter-Terror Culture: Ambiguity, Subversion, or Legitimization?”  In Security Dialogue, 38:2 (2007).

Ezekiel, Raphael S.  “An Ethnographer Looks at Neo-Nazi and Klan Groups: The Racist Mind Revisited.”  In American Behavioral Scientist, 46:1 (September 2002).

Garland, Brett and Pete Simi.  “A Critique of Using Civil Litigation to Suppress White Supremacist Violence.”  In Criminal Justice Review, vol. 36 (December 2011).

Gruenewald, Jeff.  “A Comparative Examination of Homicides Perpetrated by Far-Right Extremists.”  In Homicide Studies, vol. 15 (May 2011).

Katz, Michael B.  “Why Don’t American Cities Burn Very Often?”  Journal of Urban History, vol. 34 (January 2008).

Pitcavage, Mark.  “Camoulflage and Conspiracy: The Militia Movement from Ruby Ridge to Y2K.”  In American Behavioral Scientist, 44:6 (February 2001).

Sharpe, Tanya Telfair.  “The Identity Christian Movement: Ideology of Domestic Terrorism.”  Journal of Black Studies,  30:4 (March 2000).