Saltman, Erin, Farshad Kooti & Karly Vockery. “New Models for Deploying Counterspeech: Measuring Behavioral Change and Sentiment Analysis.” Studies in Conflict & Terrorism (2021)
Saltman, Erin. “Countering Terrorism and Violent Extremism at Facebook: Technology, Expertise and Partnerships.” Global Policy - Observer Research Foundation Series: Tackling Insurgent Ideologies in a Pandemic World. (August 2020): Chapter 14, 80 – 85.
Davey, Jacob, Erin Saltman and Jonathan Birdwell. “The Mainstreaming of Far-Right Extremism Online and How to Counter It: A Case Study on UK, US and French Elections.” in Trumping the Mainstream: The Conquest of Democratic Politics by the Populist Radical Right, edited by Lise Herman and James Muldoon, 23 - 53. London: Routledge, 2019.
Saltman, Erin, “Western Female Migrants to ISIS: Propaganda, Radicalisation, and Recruitment.” in Combating Violent Extremism and Radicalization in the Digital Era, edited by Majeed Khader, Loo Seng Neo, Gabriel Ong, Eunice Tan Mingyi, and Jeffrey Chin, 174 - 196. Hershey, USA: IGI Global, ARCS Book Series, 2016.
Saltman, Erin and Ross Frennett. “Female Radicalization to ISIS and the Role of Women in CVE.” in A Man’s World? Exploring the Roles of Women in Countering Terrorism and Violent Extremism, edited by Naureen Chowdury Fink, Sara Zeiger and Rafia Bhulai, 142 – 163. Abu Dhabi and New York: Hedayah and GCCS, 2016.
Saltman, Erin and Jas Kirt. Guidance for International Youth Engagement in PVE and CVE: Youth Responses to Resolution 2250 and the UN Plan of Action to Prevent Violent Extremism. London: Institute for Strategic Dialogue, 2016.
Saltman, Erin, Moli Dow and Kelsey Bjornsgaard. Youth Innovation Labs: A Model for Preventing and Countering Violent Extremism. London: Institute for Strategic Dialogue, 2016.
Saltman, Erin and Melanie Smith. ‘Till Martyrdom do us Part’: Gender and the ISIS Phenomenon. London: Institute for Strategic Dialogue, 2015.
Saltman, Erin and Charlie Winter. Islamic State: The Changing Face of Modern Jihadism. London: Quilliam Foundation, 2014.
Saltman, Erin and Jonathan Russel. White Paper on UK Prevent and Online Extremism. London: Quilliam Foundation, 2014
Hussain, Ghaffar and Erin Saltman. Jihad Trending: A Comprehensive Analysis of Online Extremism and How to Counter It. London: Quilliam Foundation, 2014.
Saltman, Erin. “Hungary” in 2014 European Parliament Elections: Views from Across Europe. Bulletin on European and CIS Studies (August 2014): 17 – 21.
Saltman Erin. “European Crisis Discourse: the Case of Hungary.” Crisis Discourse in Europe: Media EU-phemisms and Alternative Narratives edited by Murray-Leach et. al., 21 - 25. London: London School of Economics, 2014.
Herman, Lise and Erin Saltman. “Hungary’s One-Way Ticket to the EU: Hungary and the Copenhagen Criteria” in Books & Ideas - Essays (April 2014).
Saltman, Erin and Hajnalka Szarvas. “Global - Local - Glocal Consciousness in Hungary.” in Global Civil Society 2012: Ten Years of Critical Reflection edited by M. Kaldor, H. Moore and S. Selchow, 16 - 17. New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2012.
Saltman, Erin “Book Review of Paul Lendvai’s ‘Hungary: Between Democracy and Authoritarianism’.” SLOVO Interdisciplinary Journal of Russian, East-Central European and Eurasian Affairs, 24, no.2 (Autumn 2012): 144-145.
Saltman, Erin. “Radical Right Culture and the Youth.” SLOVO Interdisciplinary Journal of Russian, East-Central European and Eurasian Affairs, 23 no.2 (Autumn 2011): 114-131.