Berents H. 2018. Young People and Everyday Peace: Exclusion, Insecurity and Peacebuilding in Colombia. New York: Routledge
Berents, H. 2020. ‘Politics, policy-making and the presence of images of suffering children’, International Affairs, 96(3): 593–608.
Berents, H. and Duncombe, C. 2020. ‘Introduction: Violence, Visuality and World Politics’, International Affairs, 96(3): 567-571. [Introduction to Special Section]
Berents, H. 2020. “This is my story”: Children’s war memoirs and challenging protectionist discourses’, International Review of the Red Cross, 101(911, Children and war): 459-479
Berents, H and Keogh, B. 2019. “Dominant, damaged, disappeared: imagining war through videogame bodies”. Australian Journal of Political Science. 54(4): 515-530. [In Symposium on ‘Exploring the (Multiple) Futures of World Politics Through Popular Culture’]
O’Brien, E and Berents, H. 2019. “Virtual Saviours: Digital games and anti-trafficking awareness-raising”. Anti-Trafficking Review. 13: 82-99.
Berents, H. 2019. “Apprehending the ‘Telegenic Dead’: Considering Images of Children in Global Politics”. International Political Sociology. 13(2): 145-160.
Pruitt, L, Berents H, and Munro G. 2018. “Gender and Age in the Construction of Male Youth in the European ‘Migration Crisis”. Signs: Journal of Women and Culture in Society [special issue on Displacement] 43(3): 687-709
Berents, H and Keogh, B. 2018. “Virtuous, Virtual, but not Visceral: (Dis)embodied Viewing in Military-themed Videogames” Critical Studies on Security. [In ‘Intervention’ section on: Visual representations of war and violence: considering embodiment]
Berents, H and ten Have, C. 2017. “Negotiating Violence: Fear and Everyday Life in Mexico and Colombia”. Crime, Justice and Social Democracy Journal. 6(1): 103-117. [Open-access]
Berents, H. 2016. “Hashtagging Girlhood: #IAmMalala, #BringBackOurGirls, and gendering representations of global politics”. International Feminist Journal of Politics 18(4): 513-527. [Winner of the 2015 Cynthia Enloe Award, awarded to an article by an exceptional early career scholar]
Berents, H. & McEvoy-Levy, S. 2015. “Theorising youth and everyday peace(building)”. Peacebuilding, 3(2): 1-14. [Free-access]
Berents, H. 2015. “An embodied everyday peace in the midst of violence”. Peacebuilding, 3(2): 115-125 [special issue on Youth and Everyday Peace, edited by myself and Siobhan McEvoy-Levy]
Berents, H. 2015. “Children, violence, and social exclusion: Negotiation of everyday insecurity in a Colombian barrio”. Critical Studies on Security, 3(1): 90-104. [special issue on Children, Childhoods, and Security Studies]
Berents, H. 2014. “‘Its about finding a way’: Children, sites of opportunity, and building everyday peace in Colombia”. International Journal of Children’s Rights. 22(2): 362-384
Berents, H. 2009. “No Child’s Play: Recognising the agency of former child soldiers in peace building processes”. Dialogue 6(2): 1-35
Berents, H. 2018. “Right(s) from the Ground Up: Internal Displacement, the Urban Periphery and Belonging to the City” In Agius, C and Keep D (eds) The Politics of Identity: Space, Place and Discourse. Manchester: Manchester University Press
Berents, H and ten Have, C. 2018. “Staying Safe in Colombia and Mexico: Skilled Navigation and Everyday Insecurity”. In Carrington, K, Scott, J and Hogg, R (eds) Palgrave Handbook on Criminology and the Global South. Palgrave.
Berents, H. 2012. “Hermione Granger goes to war: A feminist reflection on the situation of girls in real world conflicts”. In C. Bell (ed.) Hermione Granger Saves the World: Essays on the Feminist Heroine of Hogwarts. McFarland & Company, Jefferson, NC and London. (142-162).
Berents, H. 2017. “Book Review: Child Security in Asia: The Impact of Armed Conflict in Cambodia and Myanmar by Celia Jacob”. Global Governance.
Berents, H. 2015. “Book Review: Gender and Global Justice” Australian Journal of Politics and History. 61(1): 165-166.
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