Research Areas: Political Auto-Ethnography and the Conflict in Israel/Palestine, Emotions and security, Critical security studies, Politics of the everyday, Personal Resistance to Violence and Conflict, Authority, the Great Powers, deviance, and punishment in world politics, Governmentality in international politics.
- Oded Löwenheim, The Politics of the Trail: Reflexive Mountain Biking along the Frontier of Jerusalem (Ann Arbor: The University of Michigan Press, 2014)
- Oded Löwenheim, Predators and Parasites: Persistent Agents of Transnational Harm and Great Power Authority (Ann Arbor: The University of Michigan Press, 2007).
Selected articles in refereed journals
- Oded Löwenheim, "Back To Hebron's Tegart Fort: An Autoethnography of Shame, Love, Loss, and the De-Securitization of the Self," Journal of Narrative Politics Vol.1 No.2 (Spring 2015), pp. 133-149.
- Oded Löwenheim, “The 'I' in IR: An Autoethnographic Account,” Review of International Studies, Vol.36 No.4 (October 2010), pp. 1025-1048.
- Oded Löwenheim and Gadi Heimann, “Revenge in International Politics,” Security Studies Vol.17 No.4 (Winter 2008/9), pp. 685-724.
- Oded Löwenheim, “Examining the State: A Foucauldian Perspective on International 'Governance Indicators',” Third World Quarterly Vol.29 No.2 (March 2008), pp. 255-274.
- Oded Löwenheim, “The Responsibility to Responsibilize: Foreign Offices and the Issuing of Travel Warnings,” International Political Sociology Vol.1 No.3 (September 2007), pp. 203-221.
- Oded Löwenheim, “ ‘Do Ourselves Credit and Render a Lasting Service to Mankind’: British Moral Prestige, Humanitarian Intervention, and the Barbary Pirates,” International Studies Quarterly Vol.47, No.1 (March 2003), pp. 23-48.