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Publications by Vicki Sentas

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Authored Book

Sentas, V (2014) Traces of Terror: Counter-terrorism law, policing and race, Clarendon Studies in Criminology, Oxford: Oxford University Press

Edited Book

Durbach, A, Edgeworth, B & Sentas, V (2017) Law and Poverty: 40 Years After the Poverty Inquiry, Federation Press: Sydney.

Report

Boon-Kuo, L, Hayes, B, Sentas, V and Sullivan, G (2015) Building Peace in Permanent War: Terrorist Listing and Conflict Transformation, Transnational Institute & International State Crime Initiative: Amsterdam; London (149 pp

Refereed Journal Articles

Sentas, V (2016) 'Policing the Diaspora: Kurdish Londoners, MI5 and the proscription of Terrorist Organizations in the United Kingdom', British Journal of Criminology (first published online, September 2015)

Sentas, V & McMahon, R (2014) 'Changes to Police Powers of Arrest in New South Wales', Current Issues in Criminal Justice, Vol 25, No 3, pp 785-801.

Sentas, V (2010) 'The Violence of Terrorist Organisation Bans', Criminal Justice Matters, Vol 82, December.

Sentas, V (2010) 'Terrorist Organisation Offences and the LTTE: R v Vinayagamoorthy', Current Issues in Criminal Justice, Vol 22, No 1, July, 2010, pp 159-169.

Sentas, V & Whyte, J (2009) ‘Law, Crisis, Revolution’ Australian Feminist Law Journal Vol 31 December pp 3-14.

McCulloch, J & Sentas, V (2006) ‘The killing of Jean Charles de Menezes: Hyper-militarism in the neo liberal economic free fire zone’, Social Justice, Vol.33, No. 4, pp 92-106

Sentas, V (2006) ‘Counter-terrorism policing: investing in the racial state’, Australian Critical Race and Whiteness Studies Association e-journal, Vol. 2, No.1. 

 

Edited Journal Issue

Sentas, V & Whyte, J (eds) (2009) Australian Feminist Law Journal Vol 31 December, 2009 (Special Issue: 'Law, Crisis, Revolution')

 

Book Chapters

Sentas, V (2017) 'Beyond Media Discourse: Locating Race and Racism in Criminal Justice Systems' in

Sentas, V (2017) 'The Poverty of Criminal Law: Criminalisation and the Limits of Access to Justice' in Durbach, A, Edgeworth, B, Sentas, V (eds) (2017) Law and Poverty in Australia: 40 years after the Poverty Commission, Federation Press: Sydney.

Durbach, A, Edgeworth, B & Sentas, V (2017)  'Law and Poverty in Austalia Today: A reassessment' in Durbach, A, Edgeworth, B, Sentas, V (eds) (2017) Law and Poverty in Australia: 40 years after the Poverty Commission, Federation Press; Sydney.

Sentas, V (2012) ‘One More Successful War? Tamil Diaspora and Counter-Terrorism after the LTTE’ in Poynting, S & Whyte D, (Eds) Counter-Terrorism and State Political Violence, Critical Terrorism Studies Series: Routledge.

Nadarajah, S & Sentas V (2012) ‘The Politics of State Crime and Resistance:  Self-determination in Sri Lanka’ in McCulloch, J & Stanley, E (Eds) State Crime and Resistance, Routledge Studies in Crime and Society: Routledge.

 

Other Articles

Sentas, V (2011) ‘Truth and Justice within and beyond Sri Lanka’ International State Crime Initiative.  

Sentas, V (2009) ‘Book Review: The Critical Criminology Companion’ Alternative Law Journal Vol 34, No 2, 140-141

Pettit, A & Sentas, V, (2006) ‘Terrorism: Laws for insecurity’, Alternative Law Journal. Vol. 30, No 6, 2006, pp. 283-285.

Sentas, V (2006) ‘Terrorism laws: Creating fear and suspicion’, Australian MOSAIC, Magazine of the Federation of Ethnic Communities Council, January.

Sentas, V (1998) ‘NSW: Police State 2000’ Framed: Journal of Justice Action, Vol. 36, Winter 1998.

 

Submissions to Public Inquiries

Campaign Against Criminalising Communities, Submission to the Joint Committee for HumanRights on the Terrorist Asset-Freezing Etc. Bill (UK), October 2010

Federation of Community Legal Centres (Vic.), Submission to the Parliamentary Joint Committee on Intelligence and Security, Review of the re-listing of Hamas’ Izz al-Din al-Qassam Brigades, Kurdistan Workers Party, Lashkar-e-Tayyiba and Palestinian Islamic Jihad as terrorist organizations under the Criminal Code Act 1995,October 2009 (co-authored with Marika Dias)

Federation of Community Legal Centres (Vic.), Submission to the Parliamentary Joint Committee on Intelligence and Security, Review of the re-listing of the Kurdistan Workers Party (PKK) as a Terrorist Organisation,May 2008 (co-authored with Marika Dias)

Federation of Community Legal Centres (Vic.), Submission to the Parliamentary Joint Committee on Intelligence and Security, Review of the listing provisions of the Criminal Code Act 1995,February 2007 (co-authored with Marika Dias)

Federation of Community Legal Centres (Vic.), Submission to the Parliamentary Joint Committee on Intelligence and Security, Review of the listing of the Kurdistan Workers Party (PKK) as a Terrorist Organisation,January 2006

Part III: Monitoring the Impact of Terrorism Laws on Muslim and Culturally and Linguistically Diverse Communities’ (co-authored with Agnes Chong and Marika Dias) in, Combined Community Legal Centres’ Group (NSW) Inc. et al, Australian NGO Submission to the UN Special Rapporteur on Counter-Terrorism and Human Rights, March 2006

Federation of Community Legal Centres (Vic.),Submission to the Senate Legal and Constitutional Legislation Committee, Anti-Terrorism Bill (No. 2) 2005 (Cth), November 2005(co-authored with Marika Dias)

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