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Authored Books

Nelson, Matthew J. (2011) In the Shadow of Shari‘ah:  Islam, Islamic Law, and Democracy in Pakistan. New York: Columbia University Press.

Book Chapters

Nelson, Matthew J. (2016) 'Islamic Law in an Islamic State: What Role for Parliament?' In: Bali, A. and Lerner, H., (eds.), Constitution-Writing, Religion and Democracy. New York: Cambridge University Press. (Forthcoming)

Nelson, Matthew J. (2016) 'Islamist Parties and Their Proxies in Pakistan: Working With - and Against - the State.' In: Hamid, S. and McCants, W., (eds.), Rethinking Political Islam. New York: Oxford University Press. (Forthcoming)

Nelson, Matthew J. (2014) ''Ilm and the Individual: Islamic Education and the Production of Political Ideas in Pakistan.' In: Jeffrey, R. and Sen, R., (eds.), Being Muslim in South Asia: Diversity and Daily Life. Delhi: Oxford University Press, pp. 161-180.

Nelson, Matthew J. (2013) 'Supporting Subversion? International Organisations and “Freedom of Conscience” in Islamic States.' In: Annicchino, P., (ed.), The Protection and Promotion of Freedom of Religion in Foreign Policy. Florence: European University Institute, pp. 42-46.

Nelson, Matthew J. (2012) 'Inheritance Unbound: The Politics of Personal Law Reform in Pakistan and India.' In: Khilnani, S. and Raghavan, V. and Thiravengadam, A., (eds.), Comparative Constitutional Traditions in South Asia. Delhi: Oxford University Press, pp. 219-246.

Nelson, Matthew J. (2011) 'Pakistan 2006-2011.' In: Countries at the Crossroads. New York: Freedom House, pp. 463-486.

Nelson, Matthew J. (2010) 'Dealing with Difference: Religious Education and the Challenge of Democracy in Pakistan.' In: Merry, M.S. and Milligan, J.A., (eds.), Citizenship, Education, and Identity in Muslim Communities. London: Palgrave, pp. 103-123.

Nelson, Matthew J. (2010) 'Muslims, Markets, and the Meaning of "A Good Education" in Pakistan.' In: Abbas, Tahir, (ed.), Islam and Education. Vol. 2. London: Routledge.

Journal Articles

Schonthal, B. and Moustafa, T and Nelson, Matthew J. and Shankar, S. (2015) 'Is the Rule of Law an Antidote for Religious Tension? The Promise and Peril of Judicializing Religious Freedom.' American Behavioral Scientist.

Nelson, Matthew J. (2014) 'Social, Religious, and Political Change in Pakistan: A Grassroots Perspective.' Seminar, 664. pp. 20-23.

Milam, William B. and Nelson, Matthew J. (2013) 'Pakistan's Populist Foreign Policy.' Survival: Global politics and strategy, 55 (1). pp. 121-134.

Nelson, Matthew J. (2011) 'Embracing the Ummah: Student Politics beyond State Power in Pakistan.' Modern Asian Studies, 45 (3). pp. 565-596.

Nelson, Matthew J. (2011) '“Faith” and “Development” in Secular and Religious Schools.' Comparative Education Review, 55 (1). 115-117, 129-131.

Nelson, Matthew J. (2010) 'Pakistan in 2009: Tackling the Taliban?' Asian Survey, 50 (1). pp. 112-126.

Nelson, Matthew J. (2010) 'Persistent Legal Pluralism and the Challenge of Universal Human Rights.' Oxford Journal of Human Rights Practice, 2 (3). pp. 401-407.

Nelson, Matthew J. (2009) 'Pakistan in 2008: Moving Beyond Musharraf.' Asian Survey, 49 (1). pp. 16-27.

Nelson, Matthew J. (2009) 'Dealing with Difference: Religious Education and the Challenge of Democracy in Pakistan.' Modern Asian Studies, 43 (2). pp. 591-618.

Nelson, Matthew J. (2008) 'Religious Education in Non-Religious Schools: A Comparative Study of Pakistan and Bangladesh.' Journal of Commonwealth and Comparative Politics, 46 (3). pp. 271-295.

Nelson, Matthew J. (2006) 'Madrasas and the Modern State.' RUSI Newsbrief, 26 (7). pp. 74-76.

Working Papers / Reports

Nelson, Matthew J. (2016) Local Orders and International Engagement in South Asia, Local Orders Paper Series; Paper 2, May. Washington D.C.: Brookings Institution.

Nelson, Matthew J. (2015) Islamist politics in South Asia after the Arab Spring: Parties and Their Proxies Working With—and Against—the State. Washington D.C.: The Brookings Institution; Rethinking Political Islam Series.

Nelson, Matthew J. (2015) Islamic Law in an Islamic Republic: What Role for Parliament? Oxford: The Foundation for Law, Justice and Society; University of Oxford.

Nelson, Matthew J. (2009) Campus Conflict, Party Politics, and the Secular State in Bangladesh. Foreign and Commonwealth Office, British High Commission (Dhaka).

Nelson, Matthew J. (2009) Religion, Politics, and the Modern University in Pakistan and Bangladesh. Seattle: National Bureau of Asian Research.

Book Reviews

Nelson, Matthew J. (2016) 'Review of Nicholas Martin, 'Landlords, Politics, and Islam in Pakistan' Routledge: (Exploring the Political in South Asia), 192 p.' South Asia Multidisciplinary Academic Journal .

Nelson, Matthew J. (2011) 'Review of: Hilary Synnott, Transforming Pakistan: Ways Out of Instability (London: Routledge and the International Institute of Strategic Studies [IISS], 2009), 198 pp.' South Asia Research, 31 (2). pp. 183-185.

Nelson, Matthew J. (2011) 'Review of Irfan Ahmad, 'Islam and Democracy in India: The Transformation of Jamaat-e-Islami'.' American Ethnologist, 38 (2). pp. 405-406.

Nelson, Matthew J. (2009) 'Review of David Loyn, 'Butcher and Bolt: two hundred years of foreign engagement in Afghanistan'.' The Middle East in London, 6 (1).

Nelson, Matthew J. (2008) 'Review of Srirupa Roy, 'Beyond Belief: India and the Politics of Postcolonial Nationalism'.' Asian Affairs, 39 (2). pp. 287-288.

Nelson, Matthew J. (2008) 'Review of Vazira Fazila-Yaqoobali Zamindar, 'The Long Partition and the Making of Modern South Asia: Refugees, Boundaries, Histories'.' Asian Affairs, 39 (2). pp. 447-448.

Nelson, Matthew J. (2007) 'Review of Tariq Rahman, 'Denizens of Alien Worlds: A Study of Education, Inequality, and Polarization in Pakistan'.' South Asia Research, 27 (1).

Nelson, Matthew J. (2006) 'Review of Jan-Peter Hartung and Helmut Reifeld, 'Islamic Education, Diversity, and National Identity: Dini Madaris in India Post-9/11'.' South Asia Research, 26 (3). pp. 308-310.

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