“Race and Ethnicity” in Routledge Global History of Feminism (Routledge 2022)

“A ‘Flying Carpet of Doom:’ Retracing Gender and Orientalism through the Transatlantic Journeys of a Syrian Migrant Woman” (Frontiers 2022)

“Racial Borderlines: Ameen Rihani, Mexico, and World War I” (Amerasia 2018)

Book Review, Neda Maghbouleh’s Limits of Whiteness: Iranian Americans and the everyday politics of race (Arab Studies Journal 2019)

Book Review, Karine Walther’s Sacred Interests: The United States and the Islamic World 1821-1921 (Reading Religion 2018)

Popular Press

Can Empathy with Ukraine Fuel Global Solidarity against Imperialism? (Washington Post 2022)

Interview in “Texas Bound: Syrian and Lebanese Immigrants in the Lone Star State,” Khayrallah Center for Lebanese Diaspora Studies 2019

“It’s Politicians–Not Migrants–Who are Prolonging the Coronavirus Epidemic” (Washington Post 2021

“Zeinab’s Oddysey: Gender, Mobility, and the Mahjar” Ottoman History Podcast 2020

“A Waking Dream: Syrian Migrants’ Journeys to the Americas” Khayrallah Center for Lebanese Diaspora Studies 2019

“Why Blackface Remains Popular on College Campuses” Washington Post 2019      

” Why Trump’s Fearmongering about Muslims at the Border Misses the Mark” Washington Post 2019                             

“With Eyes on Europe, we are Forgetting Those Still Crossing” Open Democracy  2016