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Authored Books

Al-Ali, Nadje (2009) Irakli Kadinlarin: Anlatilmayan Öyküsü 1948'Den Bugüne. Istanbul, Turkey: ILETIŞIM.

Al-Ali, Nadje (2007) Iraqi Women: Untold Stories From 1948 to the Present. London; New York: Zed Books.

Al-Ali, Nadje (2000) Secularism, Gender & the State in the Middle East: The Egyptian Women's Movement. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. (Cambridge Middle East Studies; 14)

Chopra, R. and Osella, Caroline and Osella, F. (2004) South Asian masculinities: context of change, sites of continuity. New Delhi: Women Unlimited an associate of Kali for Women.

Hamzić, Vanja and Mir-Hosseini, Ziba (2010) Control and Sexuality: The Revival of Zina Laws in Muslim Contexts. London: Women Living Under Muslim Laws.

Jacobsen, Trudy (2008) Lost Goddesses: The Denial of Female Power in Cambodian History. Copenhagen S., Denmark: NIAS Press. (Gendering Asia, no. 4)

Rodet, Marie (2009) Les migrantes ignorées du Haut-Sénégal, 1900-1946. Paris: Karthala.

Welchman, Lynn (2007) Women and Muslim Family Laws in Arab States. A Comparative Overview of Textual Development and Advocacy. Amsterdam: Amsterdam University Press. (ISIM Series on Contemporary Muslim Societies)

Edited Book

Al-Ali, Nadje and Pratt, Nicola, eds. (2009) Women and War in the Middle East. London; New York: Zed Books.

Gerteis, Christopher and George, Timothy S., eds. (2012) Japan since 1945: from Postwar to Post-Bubble. London and New York: Bloomsbury.

Book Chapters

Al-Ali, Nadje (1997) 'Feminism and Contemporary Debates in Egypt.' In: Chatty, Dawn and Rabo, Anika, (eds.), Women Organized in Groups in the Middle East: formal and informal groups. Oxford & New York: Berg Publisher.

Al-Ali, Nadje (2004) 'Secular Women’s Activism in Contemporary Egypt.' In: Imam, Ayesha and Morgan, Jenny and Yuval Davis, Nira, (eds.), Warning Signs of Fundamentalisms. London: Women Living Under Muslim Law, pp. 144-157.

Al-Ali, Nadje (2000) 'We Are Not Feminists: Egyptian Women’s Rights Activists On Feminism.' In: Nelson, Cynthia and Rouse, Shahnaz, (eds.), Globalization And the Indigenization of Knowledge Debate: Comparative Perspectives. University of Florida Press, pp. 337-358.

Al-Ali, Nadje and Hussein, Yasmin (2003) 'Iraq.' In: Mahdi, Akbar, (ed.), Teen life in the Middle East. Westport: Greenwood Publishing.

Fortna, Benjamin (2007) 'Emphasizing the Islamic: Modifying the Curriculum of Late Ottoman State Schools.' In: Kreiser, Klaus and Georgeon, François, (eds.), Enfance et jeunesse dans l'islam – Chilhood and Youth in the Muslim World. Paris: Maisonneuve et Larose, pp. 193-209.

Hammond, Laura (2003) 'How Will the Children Come Home? Emplacement and the Creation of the Social Body in an Ethiopian Returnee Settlement.' In: Olwig, K. F. and Gullov, E., (eds.), Children's Places. Cross-Cultural Perspectives. London: Routledge, pp. 77-94.

Osella, Caroline and Osella, F. (2004) 'Young Malayali Men and their Movie Heroes.' In: Chopra, R. and Osella, C. and Osella, F., (eds.), South Asian Masculinities. Context of Change, Sites of Continuity. New Delhi: Women Unlimited, pp. 224-261.

Salih, Ruba (2004) 'Ambivalent frontiers: gender and the lived experience of transnational migration.' In: Knop, Karen, (ed.), Gender and Human Rights. New York: Oxford University Press.

Salih, Ruba (2006) 'Femminismo e Islamismo. Pratiche politiche e processi di identificazione in epoca post-coloniale.' In: Bertilotti, T. and Galasso, C. and Gissi, G. and Lagorio, F., (eds.), Altri Femminismi. Corpi, Culture, Lavoro. Rome: Manifesto Libri, pp. 101-121.

Salih, Ruba (2006) 'Le donne palestinesi: i conflitti della cittadinanza.' In: Scrittori, A.R., (ed.), Margini e Confini. Studi sulla cultura delle donne nell 19et. Venice: Cafoscarina.

Salih, Ruba (2002) 'Recognising Difference, Reinforcing Exclusion. The Case of a Family Planning Centre for Migrant Women and their Children in Emilia Romagna.' In: Grillo, R.D. and Pratt, J., (eds.), The Politics of Recognising Difference. Multiculturalism Italian-Style. Aldershot: Asghate, pp. 139-159.

Salih, Ruba (2003) 'Shifting Meanings of Islam and Multiple Representations of Modernity: the case of Migrant Women of Muslim Origin in Italy.' In: Gender and Ethnicity in Contemporary Europe. Oxford: Berg, pp. 119-139.

Journal Article

Al-Ali, Nadje and Pratt, Nicola (2006) 'Women in Iraq: Beyond the Rhetoric.' MERIP : Middle East Report (No. 23). pp. 18-23.

Ha, Guangtian (2017) 'The Silent Hat: Islam, Female Labour, and the Political Economy of the "Headscarf Debate".' Signs: Journal of Women in Culture and Society, 42 (3). pp. 743-769.

Salih, Ruba (2009) 'Muslim women, fragmented secularism and the construction of interconnected 'publics' in Italy.' Social Anthropology, 17 (4). pp. 409-423.

Tan, Carol G.S. (2005) 'Hurry No Man's Cattle: British Rule and Suicide in China.' The Journal of Legal History, 26 (3). pp. 279-304.

Conference or Workshop Items

Hamzić, Vanja (2011) Unlearning Human Rights and False Grand Dichotomies? In: Human Rights Beyond the Law: Politics, Practices, Performances of Protest, September 2011, Jindal Global University, Sonipat and New Delhi, India.

Monographs and Working Papers

Pietrelli, Rebecca and Scaramozzino, Pasquale (2016) Internal Migration and Vulnerability to Poverty in Tanzania. London: Centre for Financial and Management Studies Discussion Paper; 133.

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