Book Review – ‘Outlaw Bikers and Ancient Warbands: Hyper-Masculinity and Cultural Continuity’

Reviewer: Dr Damien Rogers
Review published in National Security Journal, 30 May 2022


Bradley, C. Outlaw Bikers and Ancient Warbands: Hyper-Masculinity and Cultural Continuity, (Cham, Switzerland: Springer Nature, 2021).

Bradley, C. “Outlaw Bikers and Patched Street Gangs: The Nexus Between Violence and Shadow Economy,” National Security Journal, 2020a 2(1): pp.31-48.

Bradley, C. “Hells Angels, Head Hunters and the Filthy Few: The History of Outlaw Bikers in Aotearoa New Zealand,” Deviant Behavior, 2020b: pp.271-284.

Bradley, C. “Outlaw motorcycle clubs, organised crime and New Zealand national security” in William Hoverd, Nick Nelson and Carl Bradley (eds.) New Zealand National Security: Challenges, Trends and Issues, (Auckland: Massey University Press, 2017).

Bradley, C. “The British War Chariot: A Case for Indirect Warfare,” The Journal of Military History, 2009 73(4): pp. 1073-1089.

Bradley, C and Ball, R. “ANZAC: A nation’s creation story,” in Trudie Cain, Ella Kahu and Richard Shaw (eds.) Turangawaewae: Identity & Belonging in Aotearoa New Zealand (Auckland, Massey University Press, 2018).

Cusato, E. The Ecology of War and Peace: Marginalising Slow and Structural Violence in International Law, (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2021).

Galtung J. “Violence, Peace and Peace Research” Journal of Peace Research 1969 6(3): 168.

Nixon, R. Slow Violence and the Environmentalism of the Poor, (Massachusetts, Harvard University Press, 2011).

Tarnas, R. The Passion of the Western Mind: Understanding the Ideas that have Shaped our World View, (London, Pimlico, 1991).