On Terrorism

Faculty expertise on terrorist behavior, from the magazine's archives

In the wake of the Boston Marathon bombings this past Monday, and tragic death of an MIT police officer last night and the unfolding manhunt this morning, Harvard Magazine points readers to an archival roundtable discussion on terrorism—prepared in the wake of the 9/11 attacks—for perspective.

"Understanding Terrorism" was published in the January-February 2002 issue. The participants included the following, shown with their current affiliations:

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