Published outputs related to Leverhulme 'Border Narratives' project
- (2021) N. Vaughan-Williams, Vernacular Border Security: Citizens' Narratives of Europe's 'Migration Crisis' (Oxford and New York: Oxford University Press).
- (2018) G. Lofflmann and N. Vaughan-Williams, 'Vernacular Imaginaries of European Border Security Among Citizens: From Walls to Information Management', European Journal of International Security, 3(3), pp. 382-400.
- (2017) G. Lofflmann and N. Vaughan-Williams, Written Evidence Submitted to the House of Lords Select Comittee on Citizenship and Civic Engagement, 6 September, 2017, online available here.
- (2017) G. Lofflmann and N. Vaughan-Williams, 'European citizens want more information on migration -- not higher walls', The Conversation, 3 August, 2017, online available here.
- (2017) G. Lofflmann and N. Vaughan-Williams, 'Narrating Identity, Border Security, and Migration: Critical Focus Groups and the Everyday as Problematic', Critical Studies on Security, online first version available here.
- (2017) N. Vaughan-Williams, F. McConnell, M. Kuus, A. Jeffrey, H. Crawley, and A. Smith, 'Interventions on Europe's Political Futures', Political Geography (60), pp. 261-271, online first version available here.
- (2017) S. Croft and N. Vaughan-Williams, 'Fit for purpose? Fitting Ontological Security Studies "Into" International Relations: Towards a Vernacular Turn?', Cooperation and Conflict, 52(1) (March), pp. 12-30. Online available here.