Zamir, Shamoon, The Cambridge Companion to W. E. B Du Bois, Cambridge University Press, 2008.
Duncan, Robert Edward, Eric Mottram, Amy Evans, and Shamoon Zamir. The Unruly Garden, Robert Duncan and Eric Mottram Letters and Essays Vol. 6. Peter Lang, 2007.
De Bello, Patrizia, Colette Wilson, and Shamoon Zamir, eds. The Photo Book from Talbot to Ruscha and Beyond. IB Tauris, 2012.
Noor, Ronny. "The East Wind and Other Short Stories." World Literature Today 78, no. 1 Shamoon Zamir, tr. (2004): 79-79.
Zamir, Shamoon. Dark Voices, W. E. B. Du Bois and American Thought, 1888-1903. University of Chicago Press, 1995.
Zamir, Shamoon. The Gift of the Face, Portraiture and Time in Edward S. Curtis's The North American Indian UNC Press Books, 2014.
Christoph Becker-Schaum, Philipp Gassert, Martin Klimke, Wilfried Mausbach, and Marianne Zepp. The Nuclear Crisis, NATO's Double-Track Decision, and the German Peace Movement of the 1980s, New York/Oxford: Berghahn Books (2016).
Becker-Schaum, Christoph, Philipp Gassert, Martin Klimke, Wilfried Mausbach, and Marianne Zepp. Die Nuklearkrise: Der NATO-Doppelbeschluss und die Friedensbewegung der 1980er Jahre, Paderborn: Schöningh Verlag (2012).
Bercovitch, Sacvan (general editor) and Cyrus R. K. Patell (associate editor). The Cambridge History of American Literature, Volume 2: Prose Writing, 1820-1865. Cambridge University Press, 1995.
Bercovitch, Sacvan (general editor) and Cyrus R. K. Patell (associate editor). The Cambridge History of American Literature, Volume 1: 1590-1820. Cambridge University Press, 1994.
Conze, Eckart, Martin Klimke, and Jeremy Varon, eds. Nuclear Threats, Nuclear Fear and the Cold War of the 1980s. Cambridge University Press, 2016.
Katalin Cseh-Varga, Martin Klimke, Burcu Peksevgen, Rolf Werenskjold and Marko Zubak, eds., “Creative Dissent: Alternative Cultures During Socialism and Beyond, 1945-1991” (in progress)
Davis, B., Mausbach, W., Klimke, M., & MacDougall, C. (Eds.). (2013). Changing the world, changing oneself: Political protest and collective identities in West Germany and the US in the 1960s and 1970s Vol. 3. Berghahn Books. Ebook
Doshi, Tishani. "How to write an elegy in the year of dying: Poet-novelist Tishani Doshi on the death of her dog" Scrol.in, December 31, 2020.
Doshi, Tishani. "We Will Not Kill You. We'll Just Shoot You in the Vagina." Virginia Quarterly Review 95, no. 1 (2019): 56-57.
Doshi, Tishani. "Baby - Short Works (Radio)", BBC Sounds, December 18, 2020.
Doshi, Tishani. A God at the Door - poems. HarperCollins India, Bloodaxe UK, Copper Canyon Press USA (2021)
Huang, Mingchaun featuring Tishani Doshi in "Deepest Uprising" film. November 14, 2020
Part of 20 Asian women poets / and has been screened at the Taipei Poetry festival and will be shown at future festivals and tv release. (Tishani Doshi features at 4:20)
Doshi, Tishani. The Pleasure Seekers: A Novel. Bloomsbury Publishing USA, 2010.
Doshi, Tishani. "Out of Breath", Onion, May 13, 2021
Doshi, Tishani. "Breast or Tooth", GRANTA, May 18, 2021.
Fahlenbrach, Kathrin, Martin Klimke, and Joachim Scharloth, eds. Protest Cultures: A Companion. Vol. 17. Berghahn Books, 2016.
Kathrin Fahlenbrach, Martin Klimke, Joachim Scharloth, and Laura Wong. The Establishment Responds: Power, Protest and Politics since 1945, New York/London: Palgrave Macmillan (2012). Ebook
Gassert, Philipp, and Martin Klimke, eds. 1968: memories and legacies of a global revolt. Vol. 6. German historical institute, 2009.
Philipp Gassert and Martin Klimke, eds., “1968: On the Edge of World Revolution,” 2nd edition (Black Rose Press/University of Chicago Press, 2018)
Honeck, Mischa, Martin Klimke, and Anne Kuhlmann, eds. Germany and the Black diaspora: points of contact, 1250-1914. Vol. 15. Berghahn Books, 2013.
Horta, Paulo Lemos , Marvellous Thieves: Secret Authors of the Arabian Nights, Harvard University Press (2017).
Höhn, Maria, and Martin Klimke. Ein Hauch von Freiheit? Afroamerikanische GIs, die US-Bürgerrechtsbewegung und Deutschland, (Bielefeld: transcript) (2016).
Höhn, Maria, and Martin Klimke. A breath of freedom: the civil rights struggle, African American GIs, and Germany. New York: Palgrave Macmillan (2010).
Jian, Chen, Masha Kirasirova, Martin Klimke, Mary Nolan, Marilyn Young, Joanna Waley-Cohen. The Routledge Handbook of the Global Sixties: Between Protest and Nation-Building (Abingdon, Oxon: Routledge (2018).
Kapchan, Deborah A., and Driss Marjane. "Poetic Justice: An Anthology of Moroccan Contemporary Poetry." (2019).
Kennedy, Philip, Abu Nuwas: A Genius of Poetry (Oxford: Oneworld, 2005) (in the series Makers of the Muslim World, ed. Patricia Crone)
Kennedy, Philip. The Wine Song in Classical Arabic Poetry: Abū Nuwās and the Literary Tradition, Oxford: Clarendon Press (1997).
Kennedy, Philip, Recognition. The Poetics of Narrative. Interdisciplinary Studies on Anagnorisis, eds. Philip F. Kennedy and Marilyn Lawrence (New York: Peter Lang, 2008) in the series Studies on Themes and Motifs in Literature (New York, 2008)
Kennedy, Philip, Scheherazade’s Children: Global Encounters with the Arabian Nights. Co-edited with Marina Warner. NYU Press (2013)
Kennedy, Philip, Recognition in the Arabic Tradition: Deliverance and Delusion (Reviewed, copy-edited, designed and in production with Edinburgh University Press in their new series Classical Arabic Literature. Series editors Professors: Wen-chin Ouyang and Julia Bray. 122,000 words of main text. Due to appear in late September 2016)
Kesrouany, M., 2015. 'Stranded in Arabic: Robinson Crusoe in Beirut'. Comparative Literature Studies, 52(2), pp.289-317.
Kesrouany, Maya. 'Between Revision and Return: Emile Habiby’s Pessoptimistic Response to Postcolonial Theory'. In Interventions: Journal of Postcolonial Studies, Volume 20, Issue 2 [Postcolonial Studies and Arabic Literature] (2018): 210-228.
Kesrouany, Maya. ‘Mandūr, Muḥammad’. In Encyclopaedia of Islam, THREE, edited by Kate Fleet, Gudrun Krämer, Denis Matringe, John Nawas, and Everett Rowson. Accessed February 2, 2020. doi:http://dx.doi.org/10.1163/1573-3912_ei3_COM_36158.
Kesrouany, Maya and Michelle Hartman. "The Joke is on You: Teaching Emile Habiby’s The Secret Life of Sa’eed, the Pessoptomist in Translation." In Teaching Arabic Literature in Translation, pp. 118-131. Modern Language Association of America, 2018.
Kesrouany, Maya, Book Review of The Intellectual and the People in Egyptian Literature and Culture: Amāra and the 2011 Revolution by Ayman A. El-Desouky (New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2014), Journal of the Society for Contemporary Thought and the Islamicate World (SCTIW Review), January 2016.
Kesrouany, Maya, Book Review of City of Beginnings: Poetic Modernism in Beirut by Robyn Creswell (Princeton, N.J.: Princeton University Press, 2019), forthcoming in Comparative Literature Studies.
Kesrouany, Maya. Prophetic Translation: The Making of Modern Egyptian Literature. Edinburgh University Press, 2018.
Klimke, M., & Scharloth, J. (Eds.). 1968. Handbuch zur Kultur-und Mediengeschichte der Studentenbewegung. Springer-Verlag. (new edition Bonn: Bundeszentrale für Politische Bildung, 2008).
Klimke, M., Kreis, R., & Ostermann, C. F. (Eds.). Trust, But Verify: The Politics of Uncertainty and the Transformation of the Cold War Order, 1969-1991. Stanford University Press (2016).
Klimke, Martin, and Joachim Scharloth. 1968 in Europe: A History of Protest and Activism, 1956–1977. Springer, 2008.
Klimke, Martin, Rolf Werenskjold and Henrik G. Bastiansen. Media and the Cold War, 1975-1991 Palgrave Macmillan, 2019
Klimke, Martin, Jacco Pekelder, and Joachim Scharloth, eds. Between Prague Spring and French May: Opposition and Revolt in Europe, 1960-1980 Vol. 7. Berghahn Books, 2013.
Klimke, M. The other alliance: student protest in West Germany and the United States in the global sixties. Princeton University Press (2011).
Orfali, Bilal W., and Maurice A. Pomerantz. "Assembling an Author: On The Making of al-Hamadhānī’s Maqāmāt." Concepts of Authorship in Pre-Modern Arabic Texts (2015): 107-28.Patell, Cyrus, and Deborah Williams. "The Oxford History of the Novel in English: Volume 8: American Fiction since 1940." (2021).
Patell, Cyrus R. K., and Bryan Waterman, eds. Lost New York. Fales Library, New York University, 2010.
Patell, Cyrus R. K., and Bryan Waterman, eds. The Cambridge Companion to the Literature of New York. Cambridge University Press, 2010.
"Star Wars and the Technophobic Imagination," Myth, Media, and Culture in Star Wars: An Anthology, ed. Douglas Brode and Leah Dyneka. Scarecrow Press, 2012.
“Overshadowed New York,” essay-review with Bryan Waterman, American Literary History 24 (2012): 853–63.
“Karen Tei Yamashita and the Cultivation of Cosmopolitan Virtue” in Karen Tei Yamashita: Fictions of Magic and Memory, ed. A. Robert Lee. University of Hawai’i Press, 2018.
“The Dynamics of Residual and Emergent in the American Novel after 1940,” with Deborah Lindsay Williams, New Directions in the History of the Novel, ed. Patrick Parrinder and Jonathan Arac. Palgrave, 2014
“Cosmopolitanism and Zoroastrianism in Moby-Dick,” The Turn Back to Religion: Essays in American Literature and Culture, ed. Nan Goodman and Michael Kramer. Ashgate, 2011. 19 –36.
“Cosmopolitan Reading and the Global Classroom,” with Deborah Lindsay Williams. Forthcoming in the ADE-ADFL Bulletin, December 2018.
"Deep connections: Philip Hoare's seminal encounter with a blue whale," The National | August 22, 2013.
"A History of the World in Twelve Maps shows that cartography is a matter of perspective," The National | December 12, 2013.
"Dissident Gardens shows pitfalls of US Communism," The National | August 22, 2013.
"The enduring appeal of fiction that asks: what if?" The National | May 29, 2014.
"The nonconformist: new biography paints a convincing picture of Marlon Brando as intellectual," The National | September 11, 2014.
Patell, Cyrus R. K. Joyce’s Use of History in Finnegans Wake. 1984. Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press.
Patell, Cyrus RK. Negative liberties: Morrison, Pynchon, and the problem of liberal ideology. 2001. Durham, NC: Duke University Press.
Patell, Cyrus RK. Rolling Stones' Some Girls. 2011. 33 1/3 Series. New York: Continuum.
Patell, Cyrus. Emergent US literatures: from multiculturalism to cosmopolitanism in the late twentieth century. 2014. New York: NYU Press.
Patell, Cyrus. Cosmopolitanism and the Literary Imagination. Springer, 2015. New York: Palgrave Macmillan..
Patell, Cyrus R. K., and Bryan Waterman, eds.. 2010. The Cambridge Companion to the Literature of New York. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
Patell, Cyrus R. K. Lucasfilm: Filmmaking, Philosophizing, and the Star Wars Universe. 2021. London: Bloomsbury.
Patell, Cyrus R. K. and Sacvan Bercovitch, eds. 1994. The Cambridge History of American Literature, general editor Sacvan Bercovitch, Volume II: Prose Writing, 1820–1865.
Patell, Cyrus R. K. and Sacvan Bercovitch, eds. 1994. The Cambridge History of American Literature, general editor Sacvan Bercovitch, Volume I: 1590–1820.
Patell, Cyrus R. K. and Bryan Waterman, eds. 2009. Lost New York, 1609–2009. New York: Fales Library.
Pomerantz, M., Tales from the Crypt: On Some Uncharted Voyages of Sindbad the Sailor. Narrative Culture 2(2), 250-269. (2015)
Pomerantz, M., The Play of Genres: A Maqāma of ‘Ease after Hardship’ from the 8th/14th century and its Literary Context. In The Heritage of Arabo-Islamic Learning: Studies in Honor of Wadad Kadi, edited by . Brill: Leiden, 461-482. (2015)
Pomerantz, M., A Political Biography of al-Ṣāḥib b. ʿAbbād (d. 385/995). Journal of the American Oriental Society, 134 (1), 1-24. (2014)
Pomerantz, M., and Orfali, B. A Lost Maqāma of Badīʿ al-Zamān al-Hamadhānī?, Arabica, 60, 245-271. (2013)
Pomerantz, M., and Orfali, B.Three Maqāmāt Attributed to Badīʿ al-Zamān al-Hamadhānī (d. 398/1008). Journal of Abbasid Studies 2(1), 38-60. (2015)
Pomerantz, M., A Maqāma collection by a Mamlūk Historian:al-Maqāmāt al-Jalālīya by al-Ḥasan b. Abī Muḥammad al-Ṣafadī (fl. 8th/14th c.). Arabica, 61, 631-666. (2014)
Pomerantz, Maurice, Licit Magic: The Life and Letters of Al-Ṣāḥib b. ʿAbbād, d. 385/995, Leiden: Brill (2013).
Pomerantz, Maurice, and Aram Shahin, The Heritage of Arabo-Islamic Learning: Studies in Honor of Wadad Kadi . Leiden: Brill (2015).
Siebert, Charles, "The Dark Side of Zootopia" New York Times, November 18, 2014
Siebert, Charles, "Letter of Recommendation: Frans Masereel’s ‘The City’" New York Times, May 1, 2015
Siebert, Charles , "Should a Chimp Be Able to Sue Its Owner?" New York Times, April 23, 2014
Siebert, Charles "Letter of Recommendation: The Thorne Miniature Rooms" New York Times, September 17, 2015
Siebert, Charles, "Rory McIlroy Has the Best Swing in Golf" New York Times, March 28, 2015
Siebert, Charles "What does a Parrot know about PTSD?" New York Times, January 28, 2016.
Siebert, Charles, Angus: A Memoir Crown (2000)
Siebert, Charles, A Man After His Own Heart: A True Story. Crown (2004)
Siebert, Charles, Wickerby: An Urban Pastoral (1998)
Siebert, Charles, The Secret World of Whales, Chronicle Books (2011).
Siebert, Charles, The Wauchula Woods Accord: Toward a New Understanding of Animals Scribner (2009).
Siebert, Charles, Rough Beasts: The Zanesville Zoo Massacre, One Year Later, Byliner (2012).
Syjuco, Miguel, "The Wrong Way to Fight Drug War," The New York Times, August 8, 2018
Syjuco, Miguel, "Why Filipinos Ar Voting For A New 'Dictator'," The New York Times, May 6, 2016.
Syjuco, Miguel, "This Is Why Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte Will Get Away With Murder" Time Magazine, August 16, 2016.
Syjuco, Miguel, "Building A Foundation Of Dissent Vs Marcos Dynasty," Rappler, June 27, 2016.
Syjuco, Miguel, "Is Populism a Problem?" OpenDemocracy, November 20, 2017
Syjuco, Miguel, "Duterte's Enablers" The New York Times, September 20, 2017.
Syjuco, Miguel, "Tim Hortons Should Fit Right In To The Brand-Glazed Philippines" The Globe and Mail, August 19, 2016
Syjuco, Miguel, "Art and literature are vital to democracy - here’s why" World Economic Forum, May 10, 2017.
Syjuco, Miguel, "The Bumbling Corruption of Rodrigo Duterte," The New York Times, May 23, 2018.
Syjuco, Miguel, "I Thought Democracy Had Failed Filipinos, But It Is We Who Have Failed It" The Guardian, October 21, 2017.
Syjuco, Miguel, "Heed Duterte's Call: Protest Hero's Burial For Marcos" Rappler, August 9, 2016
Syjuco, Miguel, "How to Get Ahead in Politics in the Philippines," The New York Times, August 8, 2017.
Syjuco, Miguel, "Fake News Floods the Philippines," The New York Times, October 24, 2017.
Unnikrishnan, Deepak. "The classroom and the ear: How the pandemic forced a writer to come out about his hearing disorder." Scroll.in. September 24, 2020.
Unnikrishnan, Deepak. Temporary People. Brooklyn: Restless Books, 2017.
Unnikrishnan, Deepak. Coffee Stains in a Camel’s Teacup. Colombo: Vijitha Yapa Publications, 2004.
Unnikrishnan, Deepak. “Untitled. Unreliable, Unconfirmed.” Cabinet of Imaginary Laws, eds. Peter Goodrich and Thanos Zartaloudis. Routledge, 2021.
Unnikrishnan, Deepak. “Gulf Return” & “Water.” Guernica Magazine. November 2014.
Unnikrishnan, Deepak. “Pravasis”, “Pravasis?” & “Nalinakshi.” The Penguin Book of Migration Literature: Departures, Arrivals, Generations, Returns, ed. Dohra Ahmad. New York: Penguin Classics, 2019.
Unnikrishnan, Deepak. “Sarama.” The Apex Book of World Speculative Fiction: Volume 4, ed. Mahvesh Murad. Lexington, KY: Apex Books, 2015.
Unnikrishnan, Deepak. “Birds.” Berlin Quarterly. Berlin: June 2017.
Unnikrishnan, Deepak. “When Men Glow in Sharjah.” Building Sharjah, eds. Sultan Sooud Al Qassemi and Todd Reisz. Birkhäuser / De Gruyter, 2021.
Unnikrishnan, Deepak. "Foreword." Balkrishna Doshi – Mother Tongue, photography exhibit by Danko Stjepanović, Oris House of Architecture, June 18, 2019, Zagreb, Croatia.
Unnikrishnan, Deepak. “Pravasis.” Album: More Arriving, collaboration with Sarathy Korwar. July 2019, The Leaf Label, UK.
Unnikrishnan, Deepak. “I Come to Your Country, Name Me.” Group Show: 1497, curated by Lantian Xie. Green Art Gallery, January 18, 2016, Dubai.
Unnikrishnan, Deepak. “Euology 1-4”, “Whaat is Plan”, “Bullet Points About Pady Sopnams”, “Gulf Return.” Rock, Paper, Scissors: Positions in Play. The National Pavilion of the UAE, Venice Biennale, 2017.
Unnikrishnan, Deepak. "Cat." Gross Ideas: Tales of Tomorrow’s Architecture. Oslo Architecture Triennale, 2019.
Unnikrishnan, Deepak. “An Arabikatha.” THE STATE Volume IV: Dubai. Dubai: April 2013.
Unnikrishnan, Deepak. “Abu Dhabi: the city where citizenship is not an option.” The Guardian. December 13, 2017.
Unnikrishnan, Deepak. “Gulf Return.” Himal Southasian, Vol. 23. Kathmandu: December 2010.
Unnikrishnan, Deepak. “The hidden cost of migrant labor.” Foreign Affairs. February 7, 2020.
Unnikrishnan, Deepak. “Gulf Return.” The Wigleaf Top 50 (Very) Short Fictions of 2015, ed. Roxane Gay. June 11, 2015.
Waterman, Bryan and Cyrus R.K. Patell (Editors), The Cambridge Companion to the Literature of New York, Cambridge University Press, 2010.
Waterman, Bryan (Editor), Charles Brockden Brown’s Wieland and Memoirs of Carwin the Biloquist: A Norton Critical Edition,, W.W. Norton, 2011.
Waterman, Bryan and Jennifer Harris ( Editors), Hannah Webster Foster’s The Coquette and The Boarding School: A Norton Critical Edition, W.W. Norton, 2013.
Waterman, Bryan. "The Bavarian Illuminati, the Early American Novel, and Histories of the Public Sphere." The William and Mary Quarterly 62, no. 1 (2005): 9-30.
Waterman, Bryan. "The Letters of Elizabeth Whitman to Joel and Ruth Barlow, 1779–1783." early ameriCan literature 46, no. 3 (2011): 565-600.
Waterman, Bryan. "Arthur Mervyn's Medical Repository and the Early Republic's Knowledge Industries." American Literary History 15, no. 2 (2003): 213-247.
Waterman, Bryan, "The City on Stage" in The Cambridge Companion to the Literature of New York, Waterman, Bryan and Cyrus R.K. Patell (Editors) Cambridge University Press, 2010.
Waterman, Bryan. "Coquetry and correspondence in revolutionary-era Connecticut: reading Elizabeth Whitman's letters." early ameriCan literature 46, no. 3 (2011): 541-563.
Waterman, Bryan. "Elizabeth Whitman's Disappearance and Her" Disappointment"." The William and Mary Quarterly 66, no. 2 (2009): 325-364.
Waterman, Bryan. "“Heaven defend us from such fathers”: Perez Morton and the Politics of Seduction." In Atlantic Worlds in the Long Eighteenth Century, pp. 49-64. Palgrave Macmillan US, 2012.
Waterman, Bryan. Republic of Intellect: The Friendly Club of New York City and the Making of American Literature. JHU Press, 2007.
Waterman, Bryan. Television's Marquee Moon. Vol. 83. A&C Black, 2011.
Williams, Deborah, Not in Sisterhood: Edith Wharton, Willa Cather, Zona Gale, and the Politics of Female Authorship. Palgrave Macmillan, 2001.
"Gun culture has even infiltrated our children's parks in the trigger-happy US" (August 13, 2018).
"It's not the destination, it's the car you drive to get there" (March 26, 2018).
"There are some occasions when development doesn't feel like advancement" (March 12, 2018).
"The unsettling beauty of the Markazi exhibition and the questions it prompts" (February 17, 2018).
"Walking is my antidote to bad news" (January 20, 2018).
"Pay attention to what really matters in 2018" (January 6, 2018).
"The female adventurer who disproved Virginia Woolf's theory" (April 24, 2018).
"Being a Modern-day Bedouin makes it hard to call anywhere home" (December 24, 2017).
"Nostalgia makes us long for the past even as we enjoy the present" (April 9, 2018).
"We don’t need more women on pedestals; we need more men who know how to behave" (February 2, 2018).
"Special Olympics will generate goodwill and engineer a further shift in attitudes" (February 26, 2018).
"The road to parenthood is paved with stories – of both love and loss" (October 8, 2018).
The Time Locket (novel). East Bluff Books, 2014.
“The Paris Affair” (script). Represented by The Gotham Group; Laura Dern attached.
Williams, Deborah. "How First Year Comp Can Save the World", Inside Higher Ed, January 2, 2020
Williams, Deborah. "“The Cosmopolitan Regionalism of Zona Gale’s Friendship Village.” In Middlebrow Moderns (Meredith Goldsmith and Lisa Botshon, editors; Northeastern University Press, 2003)." (2003).
Williams, Deborah. "‘Fragments of their desire’: Willa Cather and the Alternative Aesthetic Tradition of Native American Culture.". In Willa Cather and Material Culture: Real-World Writing, Writing the Real World ed. Janis Stout. University of Alabama Press, 2004.
Williams, Deborah. “Zona Gale.” In Advocates and Activists, 1919–1941: Men and Women Who Shaped the Period Between the Wars, ed. David Garrett Izzo. Locust Hill Press, 2003.
Williams, Deborah Lindsay. "Breaking out of the “muffin tins”: A Wrinkle in Time, Cosmopolitanism, and Children’s Literature." Journal of American Studies48, no. 2 (2016): 231-245.
Williams, Deborah. "“The Dynamics of Residual and Emergent in the American Novel After 1940.” Co-author, with Cyrus Patell.: New Directions in the History of the Novel (Patrick Parrinder, Andrew Nash, and Nicola Wilson, eds; Palgrave, 2014)." “The Dynamics of Residual and Emergent in the American Novel After 1940.” Co-author, with Cyrus Patell. (2014).
Williams, Deborah. "Cosmopolitan Reading and the Global Classroom.” Co-author, with Cyrus Patell. Invited submission for ADE/ADFL Bulletin: Globalization and Literary Studies." In “Cosmopolitan Reading and the Global Classroom.” Co-author, with Cyrus Patell. Invited submission for ADE/ADFL Bulletin: Globalization and Literary Studies. 2018.
Williams, Deborah. "Witches, Monsters, and Questions of Nation: Humans and Non-Humans in Akata Witch and Trail of Lightning." International Journal of Young Adult Literature 1, no. 1 (2020).