Vivek Venkatesh, co-holder of the UNESCO-PREV Chair, and Jason Wallin have co-authored a new article titled “No satisfaction, no fun, no future: Futures thinking in black metal”.
Published in Metal Music Studies (volume 6, issue 2), this article aims, according to the authors, to think the burgeoning theoretical orientation known as accelerationism alongside black metal, particularly as black metal harnesses accelerationist strategies of negation and opposition on behalf of surveying a world out-of-step with its “normative” conceptualization.
“Converging Patterns in Pathways in and out of Violent Extremism: Insights from Former Canadian Right-Wing Extremists” is a new article by Maxime Bérubé, Ryan Scrivens, Vivek Venkatesh, and Tiana Gaudette, published in Perspectives on Terrorism (Volume 13, Issue 6).
Studies in Conflict Terrorism
By Ryan Scrivens, Vivek Venkatesh, Maxime Bérubé and Tiana Gaudette
Journal of Research in Science, Mathematics and Technology Education.
By Patrice Potvin, Marianne Bissonnette, Chirine Chamsine, Marie-Hélène Bruyère, Mohammed Amine Mahhou, Olivier Arvisais, Patrick Charland and Stéphane Cyr Université du Québec à Montréal, Montreal, Canada, and Vivek Venkatesh, Concordia University, Montreal, Canada
By: S. Brouillette-Alarie, G. Hassan, S.Ousman, L. Lavoie, J. Perrault & the CPN-PREV team.
Studies in Conflict & Terrorism
Volume 42, 2019
Par Maxime Bérubé et Benoit Dupont
Global Crime, Sept. 2019
Maxime Bérubé and Benjamin Ducol
By Éric Bellavance and Vivek Venkatesh
Transcultural Psychiatry, 2019
By Cécile Rousseau, Youssef Oulhote, Vanessa Lecompte, Abdelwahed Mekki-Berrada, Ghayda Hassan and Habib El Hage
CMAJ June 10, 2019 191 (23) E644
By Cécile Rousseau, Ghayda Hassan and Rochelle Frounfelker