Work published within the framework of the research project Theorizing Epistemic Violence since 2015

Un/Doing Epistemic Violence while Trying to Change the World, in: Journal für Entwicklungspolitik XXXIX (1-2), 2023, 5-29

Un/Doing Epistemic Violence (Ed.), Special Issue, Journal of Development Studies XXXIX (1-2), 2023

Feminist Militarization? On the Actualization of a (Seemingly) Paradoxical Phenomenon, in: Ausdruck – IMI-Magazin (2), 2023, 15-17

On a Lost Post? Challenges for Pacifist and Anti-Militarist Peace and Conflict Studies, in: CPD Policy Blog 2023 (with David Scheuing)

Imagine there is a War… Discursive, Cognitive and Affective Militarization, in: Wissenschaft & Frieden 41 (2), 2023, 47-49

Discursive, Cognitive and Affective Militarization, in: Spinnrad 1, 2023, 10-11

Talking and Listening. Listening and Being Listened to. Thoughts on Democracy and Epistemic Violence [in German], in: AK Kärnten (ed.): Power(lessness) of Democracy. Carinthian Talks on Civic Education, Klagenfurt, 2023, 62-81

Dem Frieden auf der Spur, On the Trail of Peace [in German], Interview with Wiener Stadtzeitung Augustin, 14 March 2023

Foreword [in German] to Youth Study ,Peace and Security − What We Want’ by María Cárdenas  at the behest of the German Peace Society – United War Service Opponents (State Association Hessen), 2022

Peace and War, Interview [in German] with the Journal Anstösse, Young Church Vorarlberg, 2022

Still Loving the F-Word. A Feminist Plea to Strengthen Post- and Decolonial Peace and Conflict Studies [in German], in: Journal of Peace and Conflict Studies, online first, 26.07.2022, 1-12

Cassandra’s Career. Or: How Does Critical (Peace)Research Fare at the University? [in German], in: Rebecca Gulowski/Michaela Zöhrer (eds.): Researching for Peace. Perspectives of Social Science Conflict Research, Nomos, Baden-Baden, 2022, 203-223

War. And. Everything is Wrong. Review [in German] of Marlene Streeruwitz’s ‘Handbook Against War’, in: Science and Peace 40(3), 2022, online first

Thinking Further on Freedom from Violence: Challenges for und Ressources of Peace Education [in German], in: Blog of Peace Academy Rhineland-Palatinate, Landau, 22.01.2022

Cassandra’s Dilemma, in: Peace Studies Journal 14 (1), 2021, 93-105

Science Has Always Been Political [interview in German], in: Deutsche Universitätszeitung online, 2021

What We Indeed Need to Talk About? [in German], in: Anna Sabel/Özcan Karadeniz (eds.): The Invention of the Muslim Other. 20 Questions and Answers That Tell Us Nothing About Being Muslim [in German], Unrast, Münster, 2021, 107-111

Conceptualizing Epistemic Violence. An Interdisciplinary Assemblage for IR, in: International Politics Reviews, online first, 13.03.2021 (podcast on this publication’s topic)

On Contending with a Utopia. Knowledge/Science and (Freedom from) Violence in Colonial Modernity, in: AbFaNG – Action Alliance for Peace, Active Neutrality & Nonviolence, 06.08.2020

Contending for Freedom from Violence with Judith Butler [in German], in: Artur R. Boelderl/Ursula Esterl/Nicola Mitterer (eds.): Poetry of Resistance. A Festschrift for Werner Wintersteiner [in German], StudienVerlag, Innsbruck, 2020, 76-91

Epistemic Violence. Knowledge and Power in Colonial Modernity. Edition Politik, transcript, Bielefeld, 2020

On Contending with a Utopia. Knowledge/Science and (Freedom from) Violence in Colonial Modernity [in German], in: Spinnrad. Journal of the International Fellowship of Reconciliation, Austrian Branch, 3, 2019, 10-11

Two Pairs of Shoes? Why Peace and Conflict Research Needs Gender Studies [in German], in: Neues Deutschland , 20.08.2018

Two Pairs of Shoes? Peace and Conflict Research Needs Gender Studies, in: Wissenschaft & Frieden, 3, 2018

Gender? Trouble! Discomforting Impressions in the Face of Current Debates on Violence and Gender [in German], in: Femina Politica. Journal of Feminist Political Science 27 (1), 2018, 133-137 (with Christine M. Klapeer)

Epistemic Violence. Outlining a Term for Peace and Conflict Research [in German], in: ZeFKo. German Journal of Peace and Conflict Studies, Special Issue 2, 2018, 25-59

Peace and Conflict Research need Gender Studies [in German], in: Lehrgut – a Blog for Lecturers of Peace and Conflict Research, on the occasion of the Action Day #4genderstudies on 18 Dec 2017

From Self-Reflection to Hegemonic Self-Reflection [in German], in: Security + Peace 35 (4), 2017, 196-201

On Contending with a Utopia. (Freedom from) Violence, Feminism and Knowledge Politics [in German], in: Brigitte Bargetz/Eva Kreisky/Gundula Ludwig (eds.): Enduring Contention, Feminist Diagnoses of the Times and Strategies, Campus, Frankfurt am Main, 2017, 263-271

Speaking, Remaining Silent, Learning to Listen [in German], in: Südlink No. 180, 2017, 34-25

On Speaking and Remaining Silent and Listening/Hearing in the Coloniality of Knowledge: Paradox Thoughts on Analyzing, Critiquing and Countering Epistemic Violence (and others) [in German], in: Helmuth Niederle (ed.): Language and Violence [in German], Löcker, edition pen, Wien, 2017, 30-71

Peace Research and (De-)Coloniality [in German], in: ZeFKo. German Journal of Peace and Conflict Studies 6 (1), 2017, 149-163

Putting into Relation Rather Than Relativizing. Criticism of Violence in Times of Terrorist Violence [in German], in: Women’s Solidarity No. 139, 1/2017, 11-12

Expanding the Combat Zone. Sex-Gender-Culture Talk and Cognitive Militarization Today, in: International Feminist Journal of Politics 18(3), 2016, 371-389

Female Suicide Bombing, in: Jill Steans/Daniela Tepe-Belfrage (Hg.):Handbook on Gender in World Politics, Edward Elgar Publishing, Cheltenham, 2016, 215-222

Battle of the Sexes and the Militarization of Thinking [in German], in: Us Women No. 35, 4/2016, 18-19

Thinking Further on Violence in the Coloniality of Knowledge [in German], in: Aram Ziai (ed.): Postcolonial Political Science. Theoretical and Empirical Approaches, transcript, Bielefeld, 2016, 90-107

The Concept of Epistemic Violence as an Element of a Transdisciplinary Peace and Conflict Theory [in German], in: Werner Wintersteiner/Lisa Wolf (eds.): Peace and Conflict Research in Austria. An Account [in German], Yearbook Peace Culture 2015, Klagenfurt, Drava, 2016, 38-53

Tolerance as a Privilege of Power [in German], in: Helmuth Niederle (ed.): How Far Does Tolerance Go? First European Talks on Tolerance [in German], Löcker, edition pen, Wien, 2016, 77-107

Feminist Reflections on the Ever-Expanding Combat Zone, in: IFJP blog, 31.08.2016

Expanding the Gender War Zone. Why Humanitarian Interventions Cannot Do without Sex [in German], in: Lakitsch, Maximilian/Steiner, Anna (eds.): Violence for Peace? On Dealing with Justification of Military Interventions, LIT, Münster, 2015, 153-179

Kassandra’s Dilemma or: What can Peace and Conflict Research Deliver? [in German], Augsburg University Speeches No. 70, 2015

For a complete list of publications since 2010, visit the Research Information System of the Alps-Adriatic University Klagenfurt

Publications before 2010

Critique of Occidentalism. Transdisciplinary Contributions to (Neo-)Orientalism and Gender [in German], transcript, Bielefeld 2009 (edited with Dietze und Edith Wenzel)

Concretizing, Theorizing, and Criticizing Occidentalism [in German], in: Dietze, Gabriele/Brunner, Claudia/Wenzel, Edith (eds.): A Critique of Occidentalism. Transdisciplinary Contributions to (Neo-) Orientalism and Gender [in German], transcript, Bielefeld 2009, 11-21

Female Suicide Bombing – Female Genital Cutting. Knowing ‘the Absolute Other’ between Physical, Political and Epistemic Violence [in German], in: Femina Politica 2009 (2), 95-105 (with Daniela Hrzán)

Review of Alexander, Karen/Hawkesworth, Mary E. (eds.). 2008: War & Terror. Feminist Perspectives [in English], in: Minerva. Journal of Women and War, 2009 3 (2), 106-108

Review of Bührmann, Andrea D./Schneider, Werner 2008: From Discourse to Dispositive. An Introduction into Dispositive Research [in German], in: Quarterly Journal of Politics 2009 (4), 850-851

Anti/Terror/Wars. Feminist Perspectives [in German], Austrian Journal of Political Science 2008 (2) (edited with Maya Eichler and Petra Purkarthofer)

Feminist Perspectives on Anti/Terror/Wars [in German], in:Austrian Journal of Political Science 2008 (2), 135-146 (with Maya Eichler and Petra Purkarthofer)

Locating the Other in Europe’s Midst. On the Occidentalist Repositioning of an Orientalist Dispositive. The Example of English Discourse Fragments about the London Suicide Bombings in 2005 [in German], in: Sützl, Wolfgang/Wallnöfer, Doris (eds.): Violence and Precision. War and Politics after Ground Zero [in German], Turia + Kant, Wien 2008, 187-209 (with Helmut Krieger)

Discourse, Occidentalism, Intersectionality. Approaching Knowledge on ‘Suicide Bombing’ [in English], in: Political Perspectives 2007, 1 (1), 1-25

Occidentalism Meets the Female Suicide Bomber. A Critical Reflection on Recent Terrorism Debates [in English], in: SIGNS. Journal of Women in Culture and Society 2007, 32 (4), 957-971

Review of Boatcă, Manuela/Neudecker, Claudia/Rinke, Stefan (eds.) 2006: The Alien’s Friend, The Alien’s Enemy: Understanding the Alien in an Interdisciplinary Perspective [in German], in: Forum Qualitative Research 8 (3), Art. 23, September 2007

Hegemonic Discourse on Palestinian Women Suicide Bombers and the Logic of Gender [in English], in: Auga, Ulrike/von Braun, Christina (eds.): Gender in Conflicts. Palestine – Israel – Germany, Friedrich Ebert Stiftung, Tel Aviv/Berlin 2006, 23-35

Review of Koepernik, Claudia/Moes, Johannes/Tiefel, Sandra (eds.) 2006: Handbook Earning a PhD with Perspectives [in German], in:

Review of Münkler, Herfried 2005: The Logic of World Dominance. From Ancient Rom to the United States [in German], in: IFIR – Innsbruck Forum on International Relations 2006 (6)

Female Suicide Bombers – Male Suicide Bombing? Looking for Gender in Reporting the Suicide Bombings of the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict [in English], in: Global Society. Journal of Interdisciplinary International Relations, 2005 (1), 29-48

Women’s Bodies – Men’s Weapons? On the Gender of Suicide Bombing in the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict [in German], Conflict Research Series [in German] (eds. Ilse König and Anton Pelinka), Braumüller, Wien 2005

POWI04: New Perspectives in Political Science [in German], Austrian Journal for Political Science 2005 (2) (with Vedran Dzihić und Patrick Scherhaufer)

Review of Rohr, Elisabeth/Wagner-Rau, Ulrike/Jansen, Mechthild M. (eds.) 2007: Emancipation Divided Half? Fundamentalism and Gender [in German], in: Femina Politica 2008 (2), 166-168

Review of Rosenberger, Sieglinde/Sauer, Birgit 2004: Political Science and Gender [in German], in: Research Journal New Social Movements 2004 (4), 112-114

Review of Veil, Mechthild 2002: Old Age Security of Women in Germany and France. Perspectives for Reform and Reform Blockade [in German], in: Austrian Journal of Political Science, 2003 (1), 112-113

Many articles by Claudia Brunner are also available online at academia.