2013                Leonard, Emma & Gilbert Ramsey (Eds.) Globalizing Somalia: International, Multilateral and Transnational Consequences of Conflict. New York, NY: Bloomsbury Academic Press

Reviewed in the Journal of Modern African Studies 2015, 53(1)



2020 Mary Beth Altier, Emma Leonard Boyle, and John Horgan. “Terrorist Transformations: The Link between Terrorist Roles and Terrorist Disengagement.” Studies in Conflict and Terrorism, forthcoming

2019 Mary Beth Altier, Emma Leonard Boyle, and John Horgan. “Returning to the Flight: An Empirical Analysis of Terrorist Re-engagement and Recidivism.” Terrorism and Political Violence, Online First

2017              Mary Beth Altier, Emma Leonard Boyle, John Horgan, & Neil Shortland. “Why They Leave: An Analysis of Terrorism Disengagement and Re-engagement Events Based on 87 Autobiographical Accounts.” Security Studies, 26(2), April-June 2017

2017                Leonard Boyle, Emma. “Was Idi Amin’s Government a Terrorist Regime?” Terrorism & Political Violence, 29(4);
Published online in 2015

2010                Leonard, Emma. “The Lord’s Resistance Army: An African Terrorist Group?” Perspectives on Terrorism (4:6)


Book Chapters

2019                Leonard Boyle, Emma. “Counter-terrorism in Museveni’s Uganda” in Michael J. Boyle (Ed.) Non-Western Responses to Terrorism (Manchester, UK: Manchester University Press)


Non-Peer Reviewed Publications

2017                Leonard Boyle, Emma. “Somalia 2016 Report” in International Institute for Strategic Studies (eds.) Armed Conflict Survey 2016, London, UK: International Institute for Strategic Studies

Book Reviews

2011                Review of: Oil Wealth and the Poverty of Politics: Algeria Compared, by Miriam R. Lowi, in Terrorism and Political Violence, 23:5, 848-849

2010                Review of: Child Soldiers: Sierra Leone’s Revolutionary United Front, by Myriam Denov, in Journal of Terrorism Research

2010                Review of: Killing Civilians: Method, Madness and Morality in War, by Hugo Slim, in Terrorism and Political Violence 22:4, 663-664