Stuart Elden has posted a short blurb for a forthcoming book Reconstructing Conflict in which Trevor Barnes and I have a chapter:
Reconstructing Conflict is a powerful examination of the violence that remains in place after the bombs have stopped falling or the guns have been silenced. What makes the book work so well is that the detailed empirical studies always have broader questions in mind while remaining faithful to the particularity of sites.
The book is edited by Scott Kirsch and Colin Flint and is forthcoming from Ashgate next May. I’m looking forward to seeing the whole thing–it’s part of Ashgate’s new Critical Geopolitics series.