Forthcoming academic publications and interviews include:
Khan, Saba Karim. "Pink Tax." in Mothers, Mothering, and COVID-19: Dispatches from the Pandemic. Green, Fiona J., and Andrea O'Reilly, eds. Demeter Press, 2021.
Khan, Saba Karim. "‘Anxious Citizens of the Attention Economy’: In Conversation with Mohsin Hamid." Wasafiri 36, no. 1 (2021): 14-19.
Khan, Saba Karim. "Celebrating chaos: the power of untidy realities in ethnographic research." Excursions Journal 10, no. 1 (2020): 141-166.
Khan, S.K., 'Saving' Mission Dawn. August 31, 2021
Khan, S.K., Man-up, Please: Pakistan’s Fetish with Sons | Podcast, MakingsJournal. June 1, 2021
Khan, Saba Karim., Stifled imaginations, a stalemate for storytellers
Dubai - Will our “songs” survive Covid-19? Khaleej Times. April 22, 2021
Khan, Saba Karim., ‘Churails is a show about rage, which is both positive and negative – it’s an emotion – We need to normalise rage’: In Conversation with Asim Abbasi, Wasafiri. March 22, 2021
Khan, Saba Karim., Soccer, Streets and Stardom: Discovering Concrete Dreams in Karachi En Fuego. December 16, 2020
Khan, Saba Karim., The Social Experiment The Pandemic Lens. September 15, 2020
Khan, Saba Karim., ‘Am I next?’ The Pandemic Lens. July 9, 2020
Khan, S.K., Pink Tax Dawn. May 28, 2020
Khan, Saba Karim., In Pakistan, sex workers face a cruel dilemma – feed their children or risk infection with coronavirus Independent. April 14, 2020
Khan, S.K., In Pakistan, sex workers face a cruel dilemma – feed their children or risk infection with coronavirus. Independent. Monday, April 13, 2020
Khan, S.K., The time to "sober up" has arrived: Could COVID-19 provide the global wake-up call the world needs? April 3, 2020
Khan, S.K., After a year of Imran Khan, Pakistan is finally stepping into its role as a world player. Independent. September 26, 2019.
Khan, S.K., Ticking time bomb. DAWN. September 15, 2019.
Khan, S.K., It's time to talk about women being shamed for making the first move: By suppressing women’s choices, we are closing a window of seeking love in a world rapidly filling with hate.. DAWN. September 13, 2019.
Khan, S.K. and F. K. Khan, For a brief period before the Kashmir crisis, humanity in the subcontinent trumped propaganda – not anymore. Independent, August 25, 2019.
Khan, S.K., 'It has altered me forever': trauma of child domestic workers in Pakistan. The Guardian. August 13, 2019.
Khan, S.K. A view from the bridge: Saba Karim on the form of happiness that Sydney has to offer. The Friday Times. August 2, 2019.
Khan, S.K., Pakistan has a domestic abuse problem – but there’s a way to turn the outrage into action. Independent. June 30, 2019.
Khan, S.K., Academic Arms Race. DAWN. June 9, 2019.
Khan, S.K., Women are suffering silently in Pakistan – is #MeToo the answer?. The Guardian. April 11, 2019.
Khan, S.K., There Are No Free Passes In The Pakistani Parents' Club.. Huffington Post. June 10, 2016.
Khan, S.K. , A Perversely Compelling Love Affair. Huffington Post. December 15, 2015.
Khan, S.K. , The Road Not Taken: Notes From My Father's Unfinished Book. Huffington Post. July 1, 2015.
Khan, S.K., The Middle East's Secret Religion. Huffington Post. June 10, 2015.
Khan, S.K. , A Blood-Soaked Love Letter To Pakistan. Huffington Post. May 25, 2015.
Khan, S.K., Unequal responses. DAWN. April 16, 2015.
Khan, S.K. , Childhood Lost: Pakistan's underage workforce.. The Express Tribune. April 6, 2015.
Khan, S.K., Rock Bands, Facebook, And The Crackdown On Digital Free Speech In Pakistan. ThinkProgress. May 15, 2015.
Khan, S.K., New dawn for young militants. Tribune. January 30, 2015.
Khan, S.K., Human trafficking in Pakistan: Not for sale. The Express Tribune. Novmeber3, 2014.
Khan, S.K., Tackling the menace of Boko Haram. The Express Tribune, August 18, 2014.
Khan, S.K., Pariahs on the streets. DAWN. May 1, 2014.
Khan, S K., No fear of accountability. DAWN, January 4, 2013.
Khan, S.K., The wages of pride. DAWN, September 26, 2012.
Khan, S.K., Between law and practice. DAWN, September 13, 2012.