Almarri, Saqer A. “Non-Binary Sexual and Gender Identities in the Community: The Khunthā as an Isolated Being in the Mosque.” Body and Religion 3, no. 2 (2020): 5-25.
Almarri, Saqer A. “Identities of a Single Root: The Triad of the Khunthā, Mukhannath, and Khanīth.” Women & Language 41, no. 1 (Fall 2018): 97-109.*
*Republished in a colloquy at ARCADE: Literature, the Humanities & the World titled “Comparative Literatures: Arabic, Hebrew, Persian, Turkish, Urdu,” curated by Alexander Key. 2020.
Almarri, Saqer A. “‘You have made her a man among men’: Translating the Khuntha’s Anatomy in Fatimid Jurisprudence.” TSQ: Transgender Studies Quarterly 3, no. 3-4 (2016): 578-586.
Almarri, Saqer. “The Khuntha in the Congregation.” In The Religious Body Imagined, eds. Pamela D. Winfield and Mina Garcia. Equinox Publishing, 2022 (forthcoming).
Almarri, Saqer. “Translating is Incarnating.” In Syntax Freezone, eds. Rahel Aima and Ahmad Makia, 65-74. Dubai: The State magazine and Maraya Art Centre, 2015.
Mbarki, Nisrine, Robin Moger, and Saqer Almarri, tr. Femme Ghosts by Mona Kareem. Rotterdam: Publication Studio Rotterdam and Poetry International, 2019.