My research is primarily in the field of security studies, and touches on national security, pedagogy, and gender and popular culture. Most recently, I edited a book about Heroism and Global Politics with Dr. Jennifer Mathers and am studying how police officers are taught about national security and counter-terrorism with Dr. Adam Molnar.
Where available, open-source copies of my publications or pre-publication drafts are available at UWSpace.
Kitchen, Veronica and Jennifer Mathers, editors. Heroism in Global Politics. Routledge, 2018.
Kitchen, Veronica M. 2010. The Globalization of NATO: Intervention, Security and Identity (New York: Routledge).
Articles in Referred Journals
Kitchen, Veronica. "Veterans and military masculinity in popular romance fiction." Critical Military Studies (2016): 1-18.
Kitchen, Veronica and Kimberly Rygiel “Privatizing Security, Securitizing Policing: The Case of the G20 in Toronto, Canada” International Political Sociology 8(2), p. 201-217, June 2014; 50/50 co-authorship
Dunton, Caroline and Veronica Kitchen “Paradiplomatic Policing and Relocating Canadian Foreign Policy” International Journal 69(2), p. 183-197; June 2014. 50/50 co-authorship
Kitchen, Veronica M. 2010. “NATO’s Out-of-Area Norm from Suez to Afghanistan” Journal of Transatlantic Studies 8(2), 105-117.
Kitchen, Veronica M. and Karthika Sasikumar. 2009. “Canada (En)Counters Terrorism: US-Canada Relations and Counter-Terrorism Policy” Terrorism & Political Violence 21(1), 155-173. 50/50 co-authorship.
Kitchen, Veronica M. 2009. “Argument and Identity Change in the Atlantic Security Community” Security Dialogue 40(1), 95-114.
Kitchen, Veronica M. 2001/2002. “From Rhetoric to Reality: Canada, the United States, and the Ottawa Process to Ban Landmines” International Journal 57(1), 37-55. Winner of the 2001 Marvin Gelber Essay Prize.