“‘The Children Internalize the Meaning of the Occupation’: Growing Up under Israeli Occupation, Generational Legacies, and a Culture of Resistance in Joe Sacco’s Palestine,” in Cultures of War in Graphic Novels. Ed. by Tatiana Prorokova and Nimrod Tall. New Brunswick: Rutgers University Press, 2018.
“In the Shadows of Prison: Sayyid Qutb’s Visions of a Perfect World,” in Great Books Written in Prison. Ed. by J. Ward Regan. Jefferson: McFarland & Company, Inc., 2015.
“Chapter 3: The Roaring Twenties and Great Depression: 1920 to 1939.” Multicultural America. Vol. II: The Arab Americans. Ed. by Rodney P. Carlisle. New York: Infobase Publishing, 2011.
Selected Review Essay
“Creating a New Historiography of the Persian Gulf: The Case of Qatar,” in New Middle Eastern Studies Vol. 1 (2011). Posted June 15, 2011.
Selected Encyclopedia Entries
“Muslim Brotherhood” in The British Empire: A Historical Encyclopedia. Ed. by Mark Doyle. Vol. 1. (Santa Barbara: ABC-CLIO, 2018): 182–84.
“Hormuz Hustle: The English-Persian Alliance Ousts the Portuguese, 1622” in World History Encyclopedia. Ed. by Alfred J. Andrea and Carolyn Neel. Vol. 13: Era 6: The First Global Age, 1450–1770. (Santa Barbara: ABC-CLIO, 2011): 741–43.
“Bahrain” in Oxford Encyclopedia of the Modern World: 1750 to the Present, ed. Peter N. Stearns, vol. 1 (New York: Oxford University Press, 2008).
Selected Articles in Various Media
“Trump y su política anti terrorismo,” El Nuevo Dia, April 10, 2017.
“The New Shape of Kuwait’s Elections.” Washington Report on Middle East Affairs Vol. XXV, No. 6 (August 2006): 40–41.
“The Tsunami Makes Waves in the Arab Press.” Beliefnet (posted January 7, 2005).
“Stakes Are High for Bush: Arab Press Calls Vote a Test of U.S. Vision.” San Francisco Chronicle, 30 January 2005, Insight Section: B-1.
Word for Word: The Arab Press: “Editorial Tea Leaves in the Middle East.” New York Times, 4 July 2004, Section 4, Week in Review: 7.
“Renovating the House of Saud.” World Press Review (posted January 2004).
“Middle East: Axis of Paralysis.” World Press Review (posted March 2003).