• Lisa Anderson

    Anderson, Lisa. International Universities in the Arab World: What is Their Place?. International Higher Education 88 (2017): 2-3.

    Anderson, Lisa. They Defeated Us All: International Interests, Local Politics, and Contested Sovereignty in Libya. The Middle East Journal 71, no. 2 (2017): 229-247.

  • Marilyn Booth

    Booth, Marilyn. Liberal Thought and the Problem of Women, in: Arabic Thought beyond the Liberal Age, 1780s-1940s: Towards an Intellectual History of the Nahdah. Co-ed.  Jens Hanssen and Max Weiss (Princeton University Press, 2016), 187-213.

  • Andrew J. Bush

    Bush, J. Andrew. An offer of pleasure: Islam, poetry, and the ethics of religious difference in a Kurdish home. American Ethnologist 44, no. 3 (2017): 516-527.

    Bush, J. Andrew. How “God Becomes a Lover” Sufi Poetry and the Finitude of Desire in Kurdistan." Journal of Middle East Women's Studies 12, no. 1 (2016): 68-87.

    Bush, J. Andrew., The Politics of Poetry, in: A Companion to the Anthropology of the Middle East, ed. Soraya Altorki (Wiley, 2015), 188-204

  • Yousef Casewit

    Casewit, Yousef. A Reconsideration of the Life and Works of Ibn Barrajan, in: Ai-Abhoth (forthcoming).

    Casewit, Yousef. The Divine Symphony: A Sufi-Philosophical Commentary on the Divine Names by 'Afif al-Din al-Tilimsani (d. 690/1291),  Library of Arabic Literature, NYU Press, forthcoming.

    Casewit, Yousef. The Mystics of al-Andalus: Ibn Barrajan and Islamic Thought in the Twelfth Century Cambridge University Press, 2016.

    Casewit, Yousef. A Muslim Scholar of the Bible: Prooftexts from Genesis and Matthew in the Qur'an Commentary of Ibn Barrajān of Seville (d. 536/1141). Journal of Qur'anic Studies 18, no. 1 (2016): 1-48.

    Yousef Casewit, Böwering, Gerhard. A Qurʾān Commentary by Ibn Barrajān of Seville (d. 536/1141): Īḍāḥ al-ḥikma bi-aḥkām al-ʿibra (Wisdom Deciphered, the Unseen Discovered). Brill, 2015.

  • Caner Dagli

    Dagli, Caner, The Future of Islamic Thought: The Culture of Ultimate Questions (forthcoming).

    Dagli, Caner, Wisdom in pieces, in: Renovatio (forthcoming).

  • Allen Fromherz

    Fromherz, Allen, The Global Gulf: A History, Harvard University Press, forthcoming.

    Fromherz, Allen, Ed., The Gulf in World History, Edinburgh University Press, forthcoming 2018.

    Fromherz, AllenFrom Muscat to Zanzibar, Sultan Qaboos Cultural Center, 2016.

    Fromherz, Allen, ISIS vs. History, in: The American Interest, 4 (2016), online.

    Fromherz, Allen J. Qatar: A modern history. Georgetown University Press, 2017.

    Fromherz, Allen James. Near West: Medieval North Africa, Latin Europe and the Mediterranean in the Second Axial Age. Edinburgh University Press, 2016.

  • Giuliano Garavini

    Giuliano, Garavini. Ed. Countershock: the Oil Counterrevolution of the 1980s, (IB Tauris, in press)

    Giuliano, Garavini. OPEC: The Rise and Fall of Petrostates, Oxford University Press, forthcoming.

    Giuliano Garavini, Bini, Elisabetta. Oil Shock: The 1973 Crisis and Its Economic Legacy. IB Tauris, 2016.

    Giuliano Garavini, Beltran, Alain, and Eric Bussière. L'Europe et la question énergétique. Les années 1960/1980. Presses Interuniversitaires, 2016.

    Garavini, Giuliano. From Boumedienomics to Reaganomics: Algeria, OPEC, and the International Struggle for Economic Equality. Humanity: An International Journal of Human Rights, Humanitarianism, and Development 6, no. 1 (2015): 79-92.

    Giuliano, Garavini. Western Europe and the Long Energy Crisis of the 1970s. In Europe in a Globalising World, pp. 147-164. Nomos Verlagsgesellschaft mbH & Co. KG, 2014.

  • Neelima Jeychandran

    Jeychandran, Neelima. Exhibiting Fraught Histories of Migrations: Museums in Elmina, Ghana, in: Museums, Migration, Exile, Refugees, ed. Amy Levin (Routledge, 2016), 87-104.

    Jeychandran, Neelima. Marginalized Narratives: Memory Work at African Shrines in Kochi, India, in: Excavating Memory: Sites of Remembering and Forgetting, co-ed. Maria Theresa Starzmann and John R. Roby (University of Florida Press, 2016), 111-130.

    Jeychandran, Neelima. Specter of War, Spectacle of Peace: The Lowering of Flags Ceremony at the Wagah and Hussainiwala Border Outposts, in: Choreographies of 21st Century Wars, co-ed.  Gay Morris and Jens Richard Giersdorf (Oxford University Press, 2016), 181-202.

  • Jan Loop

    Jan Loop, Burnett, Charles.  Theodore Bibliander, Apologia (1550 edition of Lex Saracenorum), edition, translation (forthcoming, Corpus Islamo-Christianum)

    Loop, Jan, The Qur’an as Law and Literature in Eighteenth-Century Europe, in: Journal of Qur’anic Studies. forthcoming.

    Loop, Jan. Language of Paradise: Protestant Oriental Scholarship and the Discovery of Arabic Poetry' for the book Faith and History: Confessionalisation and Erudition in Early Modern Europe,” in: Proceedings of the British Academy, co-ed. Nick Hardy and Dmitri Levitin, forthcoming.

    Loop, Jan, Traveller in Disguise: John Lewis Burckhardt (1784-1817), forthcoming.

    Loop, Jan, Alastair Hamilton, and Charles Burnett. The Teaching and Learning of Arabic in Early Modern Europe. (2017).

    Loop, Jan. Johann Heinrich Hottinger (1620–1667) and the “Historia Orientalis." Church History and Religious Culture 88, no. 2 (2008): 169-203.

  • Matthew MacLean

    MacLean, Matthew. Suburbanization, National Space and Place, and the Geography of Heritage in the United Arab Emirates, in: Journal of Arabian Studies (forthcoming).

  • Anne-Marie McManus

    McManus, Anne-Marie. Scale in the Balance: Reading with the IPAF (The Arabic Booker), in:  International Journal of Middle East Studies, 48:2 (2016), 217-241.

    McManus, Anne-Marie. Translating With One Eye: Muhammad Berrada's Muhammad Mandur and the Theorization of Arabic Criticism and Ali Badr's Papa Sartre, in: Expressions Maghrebines, Vol.15, 1 (2016), 133-152.

  • Dale Stahl

    Stahl, Dale. Such was Noah’s Flood’: Disaster and the ‘Invention’ of Iraq, in: Environmental History Journal, forthcoming.

    Stahl, Dale. The British Invasion and Occupation of Ottoman Iraq/enemy on the Euphrates: The British Occupation of Iraq and the Great Arab Revolt, 1914 1921/desert Hell: The British Invasion of Mesopotamia. Arab Studies Journal 24, no. 2 (2016): 206.

  • Luke Yarbrough

    Yarbrough, Luke. “A rather small genre”: Arabic Works Against Non-Muslim State Officials." Der Islam 93, no. 1 (2016): 139-169.

    Yarbrough, Luke. Did 'Umar b. 'Abd ai-'Azlz enact a religious criterion for state employment?, in: Christians and Others in the Umayyad State. ed. A. Borrut and F. Donner (The Oriental Institute, 2016), p173- 206.

    Yarbrough, Luke. The Sword of Ambition: Bureaucratic Rivalry in Medieval Egypt. Library of Arabic Literature, NYU Press, 2016.

    Yarbrough, Luke. The Madrasa and the non-Muslims of thirteenth-century Egypt: A reassessment, in: Entangled Histories: Knowledge, Authority, and Jewish Culture in the Thirteenth Century, co-ed. by E. Baumgarten, R . Karras, K. Mesler (University of Pennsylvania Press, 2016), 93-112.