For information about my work in progress see Current Projects.


Gutkowski, Stacey. Religion, War and Israel’s Secular Millennials: Being Reasonable? Manchester University Press, 2020.

Gutkowski, Stacey. Secular War: Myths of Religion, Politics and Violence, I.B. Tauris, 2013.


Gutkowski, Stacey. Jewish atheists in foxholes: existential beliefs and how war feels. Secular Studies, 1(1), 2019.

Gutkowski, Stacey. Moderation as Jordanian Soft Power: Islam and Beyond. In The Geopolitics of Religious Soft Power: How States Use Religion in Foreign Policy (2021, forthcoming)

Gutkowski, Stacey, Craig Larkin and Ana Maria Daou, Religious Pluralism, Interfaith Dialogue and Post-war Lebanon in Jan-Jonathan Bock, John Fahy and Sami Everett (eds.) Emergent Religious Pluralisms (Palgrave, 2019).

Gutkowski, Stacey. “Love, War and secular “reasonableness” among hilonim in Israel-Palestine,” in Monique Scheer, Nadia Fadil and Birgitte Schepeleren Johansen (eds.) Secular Bodies, Affects and Emotions: European Configurations, (London: Bloomsbury, 2018)).

Gutkowski, Stacey. We are the very model of a moderate Muslim state? The Amman Messages and Jordan’s Foreign Policy, International Relations, 30(2), 2016.

Gutkowski, Stacey. Vernacular security in the Eastern Mediterranean after the Arab Spring: the cases of Egypt and Jordan. The Eastern Mediterranean in Transition: Multipolarity, Politics and Power, Aristotle Tziampiris and Spyridon N. Litsas (eds), Ashgate 2015.

Gutkowski, Stacey. The politics of postsecular borders: transnational religion and the Ground Zero Mosque controversy, Towards a Postsecular International Politics? Changing Patterns of Authority, Legitimacy and Power in a Postsecular World, Fabio Petito and Luca Mavelli (eds), Palgrave Macmillan, 2014

Gutkowski, Stacey. The British secular habitus and the war on terror, Non-religion and Secularity: New Empirical Perspectives (Routledge; eds Lois Lee, Stephen Bullivant and Elisabeth Arweck) 2013.

Gutkowski, Stacey. Educating beyond hysteresis: fostering inquiry-based learning in postgraduate Middle Eastern Studies. HERN-J, 2013.

Gutkowski, Stacey. The British secular habitus and the war on terror, Journal of Contemporary Religion, 27(1), 2012, 87-103.

Gutkowski, Stacey. Religion and Security in International Relations Theories, Routledge Handbook of Religion and Security, Chris Sieple, Dennis R. Hoover and Pauletta Otis (eds), (New York and Abingdon: Routledge, 2012).

Gutkowski, Stacey. Misreading Islam in Iraq: secular misconceptions and British foreign policy, Security Studies, 20(4), 2011, 592-623.

Gutkowski, Stacey. Secularism and Risk: Britain’s Preventing Violent Extremism Agenda, 2005-2009, International Relations, 25(3), 2011, 346-62.

Gutkowski, Stacey and George Wilkes. Changing chaplaincy: a contribution to debate over the roles of US and British military chaplains in Afghanistan, Religion, State and Society, 2011.

Modood, Tariq. Pragna Patel, Julia Bard, Tope Omoniyi, Joshua A. Fishman and Stacey Gutkowski. The challenge of nonreligion for multifaith politics. in From multiculturalism to multifaithism? Studies in Ethnicity and Nationalism, 10(2), 2010.

Gutkowski, Stacey. Introduction: Gender and warfare. Cambridge Review of International Affairs, 22(2), 2009.


Gutkowski, Stacey. Secularism, security and War. Phil Zuckerman (ed), Beyond Religion, Cengage, 2016.


Gutkowski, Stacey. Review: Beyond Religious Freedom: the new global politics of religion, by Elizabeth Shakman Hurd, Cambridge Review of International Affairs, 29(4) 2016.

Gutkowski, Stacey. Review: Radicalism Unveilled, by Farhaan Wali, Journal of Contemporary Religion, 29(2), 2014.

Gutkowski, Stacey. Review: British Foreign Policy and the Anglican Church. eds. Timothy Blewett, Adrian Hyde-Price and Wyn Rees, Religion, State and Society, 2011.

Gutkowski, Stacey. Review: The Politics of Secularism in International Relations, by Elizabeth Shakman Hurd, Cambridge Review of International Affairs, 21(2), 2008.

Gutkowski, Stacey. Review: The United States and Europe: Beyond the Neo-conservative Divide? eds. John Baylis and Jon Roper. Cambridge Review of International Affairs, 20(3), 2007.


Gutkowski, Stacey. It’s not all about Islam: misreading secular politics in the Middle East, Open Democracy, April 2015.

Gutkowski, Stacey. A different kind of war story: Afghan atheism, religious freedom and the mythology of sanctuary,, January 2014.