- Benjamin Isakhan, Shamiran Mako and Fadi Dawood (eds) (2017): State and Society in Iraq: Citizenship under Occupation, Dictatorship and Democratization (London: I.B. Tauris).
- David Tittensor and Fethi Mansouri (eds) (2017): The Politics of Women and Migration in the Global South, (Palgrave Macmillan, New York).
Refereed journal articles
- James Barry (2017): ‘Re-Ghettoization: Armenian Christian Neighborhoods in Multicultural Tehran,’ Iranian Studies. Published online 19 April 2017.
- Dara Conduit (2017): ‘The Patterns of Syrian Uprising: Comparing Hama in 1980-1982 and Homs in 2011,’ British Journal of Middle Eastern Studies. Vol. 44, No. 1. pp. 73-87.
- Benjamin Isakhan & José Antonio González Zarandona (2017): Layers of religious and political iconoclasm under the Islamic State: symbolic sectarianism and pre-monotheistic iconoclasm, International Journal of Heritage Studies, DOI: 10.1080/13527258.2017.1325769
- Mat Hardy and Sally Totman (2017): ‘The long game: Five years of simulating the Middle East,’ Australasian Journal of Educational Technology. Vol. 44, No. 4. pp. 38-52.
- Fethi Mansouri and Riccardo Armillei (2017): ‘The democratic ‘transition’ in post revolution Tunisia: conditions for a successful ‘consolidation’ and future prospects’, R/evolutions: Global Trends & Regional Issues. Vol. 4, No. 1. pp. 156-181.
- Ali Mozaffari (2017): “Picturing Pasargadae: Visual Representation and the Ambiguities of Heritage in Iran.” Iranian Studies 50, no. 4. pp. 601–34.
- James Barry (2017): ‘Monologue and Authority in Iran: Ethnic and Religious Heteroglossia in the Islamic Republic,’ In Matt Tomlinson and Julian Millie (eds) The Monolithic Imagination, (Oxford: Oxford University Press). pp. 143-158.
- Ali Mozaffari, Ramin Karimian and Sajad Mousavi (2017): “The Return of the ‘Idea of Iran’ (2005-2015).” In Tourism and Political Change, 2nd ed., 186–99. Oxford: Goodfellow.
- Ali Mozaffari and Nigel Westbrook (2017): ‘Reclaiming Heritage through the Image of Traditional Habitat,’ In Trinidad Rico (ed) The Making of Islamic Heritage: Muslim Pasts and Heritage Presents, (New York: Palgrave Macmillan). pp. 47-66.
- Zahid Shahab Ahmed (2016): Regionalism and Regional Security in South Asia: The Role of SAARC, (Routledge: New York) (originally printed by Ashgate in 2013)
- Shahram Akbarzadeh and Dara Conduit (eds) (2016): Iran in the World : President Rouhani’s Foreign Policy, (Palgrave Macmillan, Basingstoke, Eng.).
Refereed journal articles
- Zahid Shahab Ahmed and Khan Zeb (2016): ‘Direct and indirect impacts of terrorism on youth in Pakistan,’ Journal of the Research Society of Pakistan, Vol. 53, No. 1, pp. 235-249.
- Shahram Akbarzadeh and James Barry (2016): ‘Iran and Turkey: not quite enemies but less than friends,’ Third World Quarterly, 1-16.
- Shahram Akbarzadeh (2016): ‘Why does Iran need Hizbullah?,’ The Muslim World, Vol. 106, No. 1. pp. 127-140.
- Shahram Akbarzadeh (2016): ‘The Muslim Question in Australia: Islamophobia and Muslim Alienation,’ Journal of Muslim Minority Affairs.
- Shahram Akbarzadeh and James Barry (2016): ‘State Identity in Iranian Foreign Policy,’ British Journal of Middle East Studies. Vol. 43, No. 4. pp. 613-629.
- Rebecca Barlow and Fatemeh Nejati (2016): ‘Impact and significance of the 2016 ‘Campaign to Change the Male Face of Parliament’ in Iran,’ Social Movement Studies. Published online December 28, 2016
- Dara Conduit (2016): ‘The Syrian Muslim Brotherhood and the Spectacle of Hama,’ The Middle East Journal, Vol. 70, No. 2 (Spring). pp. 211-226.
- Dara Conduit and Ben Rich (2016): ‘Determination in Syria and Iraq: Decoding the Humanitarian Impact of Foreign Fighters in Practice,’ International Community Law Review, Vol. 18, No. 5. pp. 431-454. (Invited contribution to a special issue on foreign fighters)
- Fethi Mansouri and Amelia Johns (2016): ‘Social networks and perceptions of intergenerational difference among migrant youth in Australia,’ Journal of Sociology
- Fethi Mansouri and Luidmila Kirpitchenko (2016): ‘Practices of active citizenship among migrant youth: beyond conventionalities,’ Social identities, Vol. 22, No. 3. pp. 307-323.
- Fethi Mansouri, Michele Lobo and Amelia Johns (2016): ‘Grounding Religiosity in Urban Space: insights from multicultural Melbourne,’ Australian Geographer, vol. 47, no. 3, pp. 295-310.
- Ahmad Hassin and Benjamin Isakhan (2016): ‘The Failures of Neo-Liberal State Building in Iraq: Assessing Australia’s Post-Conflict Reconstruction and Development Initiatives,’ Australian Journal of Politics and History, Vol. 62, No. 1. pp. 87-99.
- Benjamin Isakhan (2016): ‘Democracy: Critiquing a Eurocentric History,’ Politische Vierteljahresschrift.
- David Tittensor (2016): ‘Doing political ethnography in a difficult climate: A Turkish case study,’ Ethnography. Vol. 17, No. 2. pp. 213-228.
- David Tittensor (2016): ‘The contemporary Middle East: Revolution or Reform?, Global Change, Peace & Security, Vol. 28, No. 1, pp. 154-156.
- Sally Totman and Mat Hardy (2016): ‘The Presidential Persona Paradox of Barack Obama: Man of Peace or War President?,’ Persona Studies, Vol. 2, No. 2. pp. 80-89.
- Jessica Walton, Yin Paradies and Fethi Mansouri (2016): ‘Towards reflexive ethnicity: Museums as sites of intercultural encounter,’ British Educational Research Journal, Vol. 42, No. 2, pp. 871-889.
- Jose Antonio Gonzalez Zarandona (2016): ‘Making heritage at the Cannes Film Festival,’ International Journal of Heritage Studies, Vol. 22, No. 10, pp. 781-798.
- Zahid Shahab Ahmed (2016): ‘Impacts of Terrorism and Counterterrorism on Children in Pakistan: A Case Study of Displaced Children in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa’, in Bina D’Costa (ed) Children and Violence: Politics of Conflict in South Asia, (Cambridge University Press, New Delhi). pp. 182-196.
- Zahid Shahab Ahmed (2016): ‘Pakistan-China relations and multilateralism: a case study of SAARC’, in Amir Ayub (ed) China and Pakistan: Friends in Deed (NUST Publishing Limited: Islamabad). pp. 139-147.
- Shahram Akbarzadeh (2016): ‘A new phase in relations between Iran and Afghanistan’, in Amin Saikal and Kirill Nourzhanov (eds), Afghanistan and Its Neighbors after the NATO Withdrawal (London: Lexington, 2016). pp. 35-48
- Shahram Akbarzadeh (2016): ‘Iran’s Syrian Foreign Policy Objectives’, in Amin Saikal (ed), The Arab World and Iran: A Turbulent Region in Transition (NY: Palgrave). pp. 169-192
- Dara Conduit, David Malet and Levi West (2016) ‘Canada, Australia and New Zealand and the Islamic State,’ in Jack Covarrubias, Tom Lansford and Robert Pauly (eds.) The New Islamic State, Oxon: Ashgate. pp. 195-212.
- Fethi Mansouri (2016): ‘Prospects for Democratization in the Middle East Post-Arab Spring’ in Amin Saikal (ed) The Arab World and Iran: A Turbulent Region in Transition (Palgrave Macmillan). pp. 5-28.
- Amineh Hoti and Zahid Shahab Ahmed (2016): ‘Peace education in Pakistan: a case study of the Centre for Dialogue and Action, FC College University, Pakistan’, in Kshama Pandey, Upadhyay, Pratibha and Amit Jaiswal (eds) Handbook of Research on Promoting Global Peace and Civic Engagement through Education (IGI Global: Hershey). pp. 323-337.
- Benjamin Isakhan (2016): ‘Heritage Under Fire: Lessons from Iraq for Cultural Property Protection,’ in Wiliam Logan, Máiread Nic Craith and Ullrich Kockel (eds) A Companion to Heritage Studies (London: John Wiley & Sons). pp. 268-279
- Ihsan Yilmaz (2016): ‘The Experience of the AKP: From the Origins to the Present Times’ in Alessandro Ferrari and James Toronto (eds) Religions and Constitutional Transitions in the Muslim Mediterranean: The Pluralistic Moment. (Ashgate).
- Ihsan Yilmaz (2016): ‘The nature of Islamophobia: Some key features’ in Douglas Pratt and Rachel Woodlock (eds) Fear of Muslims? International Perspectives on Islamophobia. Boundaries of Religious Freedom: Regulating Religion in Diverse Societies. 3. (Springer).
- Jose Antonio Gonzalez Zarandona (2016): ‘Landscape destruction and heritage mismanagement in Murujuga (Western Australia)’, in Maurizio Quagliuolo and Davide Delfino (eds) Quality management of cultural heritage: problems and best practices. Volume 8, Session A13 (Oxford). pp. 3-12.
- Benjamin Isakhan (ed) (2015): The Legacy of Iraq: From the 2003 War to the ‘Islamic State’. (Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press, New York: Oxford University Press).
- Fethi Mansouri (ed) (2015): Cultural, religious and political contestations: the multicultural challenge, (Berlin: Springer).
- Ihsan Yilmaz (2015) Kemalizm’den Erdoganizm’e: Turkiye’de Din, Devlet and Makbul Vatandas (From Erdoganism to Kemalism: Religion, State and the Palatable Citizen in Turkey), Ufuk.
Refereed journal articles
- Shahram Akbarzadeh (2015): ‘Iran and Daesh’, Middle East Policy, Vol. 22, No. 3, (August 2015), pp. 44-54.
- Shahram Akbarzadeh and Naser Ghobadzadeh (2015): ‘Sectarianism and the Prevalence of ‘Othering’ in Islamic thought,’ Third World Quarterly, Vol. 36, No. 4 (2015), pp. 691-704.
- Shahram Akbarzadeh (2015): ‘Iran and the Shanghai Cooperation Organization: Ideology and Realpolitik in Iranian Foreign Policy,’ Australian Journal of International Affairs, Vol. 69, No. 1 (2015), pp. 88-103.
- Virginie Andre, Fethi Mansouri and Michele Lobo (2015): ‘A fragmented discourse of religious leadership in France: Muslim youth between citizenship and radicalization,’ Journal of Muslim Minority Affairs, vol. 35, no. 2, pp. 296-313
- Zouhir Gabsi (2015): ‘Response to Islamophobia in the Arabic Islamic discourse: A critical discourse Analysis,’ Intellectual Discourse, Vol. 23, No. 2. pp. 229-254.
- Zouhir Gabsi, Fay Patel and Ahmed Hamad (2015): ‘Trials and tribulations of SLA framework in designing Arabic courses for speakers of other languages,’ Journal of Education and e-learning Research, Vol. 2, No. 1. pp. 13-21.
- Benjamin Isakhan (2015): ‘Creating the Iraqi Cultural Property Destruction Database: Calculating a Heritage Destruction Index,’ International Journal of Heritage Studies, Vol. 21, No. 1. pp. 1-21.
- Amelia Johns, Fethi Mansouri and Michele Lobo (2015): ‘Religiosity, citizenship and belonging: the everyday experiences of young Australian Muslims,’ Journal of Muslim Minority Affairs, Vol. 35, No. 2, pp. 171-190.
- Maša Mikola and Fethi Mansouri (2015): ‘Race lines and spaces of political action among migrant youth,’ Journal of Youth Studies, Vol. 18, No. 4, pp. 500-514,
- Ben Rich and Dara Conduit (2015): ‘The impact of Jihadist Foreign Fighters on indigenous secular-nationalist causes: Contrasting Chechnya and Syria,’ Studies in Conflict and Terrorism, Vol. 38, No. 2. pp. 113-131.
- David Tittensor (2015): ‘Modern Day Ibn Battutas: Gülen Teachers Journeying Toward the Divine,’ British Journal of Middle Eastern Studies, Vol. 42, No. 2. pp 163-178.
- Sally Totman Marshall and Mat Hardy (2015): ‘When good dictators go bad: examining the ‘transformation’ of Colonel Gaddafi,’ International Journal of Interdisciplinary Global Studies, Vol. 10, pp. 1-6.
- Sally Totman and P. David Marshall (2015): ‘Real/reel politics and popular culture,’ Celebrity Studies, Vol. 6, No. 4.
- Benjamin Isakhan (2015): ‘Succeeding and Seceding in Iraq: The Case for a Shiite State,’ in Damian Kingsbury and Costas Laoutides (eds) Territorial Separatism in Global Politics: Causes, Outcomes and Resolution (London: Routledge). pp. 139-152.
- Ihsan Yilmaz (2015): ‘Peace-building through Education and Intercivilizational Dialogue: The case of the Gülen movement’ in Nejima Susumu (ed) NGOs in the Muslim World: Faith and Social Services. (Routledge: New York). pp. 102-115.
- Ihsan Yilmaz (2015): ‘The Sacred and the Secular in the Muslim World’ in Marty E. Marty (ed) The Hizmet means service: Perspectives on an alternative path within Islam. (University of California Press). pp. 162-175.
- Ihsan Yilmaz and Cemen Polat (2015): ‘The Gülen-Hizmet movement, its impact on Turkey and presence in Australia’ in Michális Michael (ed) Reconciling Cultural and Political Identities in a Globalized World: Perspectives on Australia-Turkey Relations. (Palgrave Macmillan: New York). pp. 135-156.
- Ihsan Yilmaz (2015): ‘Semi-official Turkish Muslim Legal Pluralism: Encounters Between Secular Official Law and Unofficial Shari’a’ in Adam Possamai, James T. Richardson and Bryan S. Turner (eds) The Sociology of Shari’a: Case Studies from around the World, (Springer). pp. 51-65.
- Shahram Akbarzadeh and Mario Peucker (2014): Muslim Active Citizenship in the West (London: Routledge).
- Benjamin Isakhan and Steven Slaughter (eds) (2014): Democracy and Crisis: Democratizing Governance in the Twenty-First Century (London: Palgrave Macmillan).
- Fethi Mansouri & Boulou Ebanda De B’Beri (eds) (2014): Global Perspectives on the Politics of Multiculturalism in the 21st Century: A case study analysis, (Routledge, New York, NY).
- David Tittensor (2014): The House of Service: The Gülen Movement and Islam’s Third Way, (New York: Oxford University Press).
- Matthew Clarke and David Tittensor (eds) (2014): Islam and Development: Exploring the Invisible Aid Economy, (Aldershot: Ashgate).
Refereed journal articles
- Mario Peucker, Joshua Roose and Shahram Akbarzadeh (2014): ‘Muslim Active Citizenship in Australia: Socio-economic Challenges and the Emergence of a Muslim Elite,’ Australian Journal of Political Science, Vol. 49. pp. 1-18.
- Shahram Akbarzadeh (2014): ‘Iran’s Policy towards Afghanistan: In the Shadow of the United States,’ Journal of Asian Security and International Affairs, Vol. 1, No. 1 (April 2014). pp. 63-78.
- Libby Effeney and Fethi Mansouri (2014): ‘Deterrence policies and asylum seekers: the case of Australia,’ International journal of migration and border studies, Vol. 1, No. 2. pp. 217-230.
- Benjamin Isakhan (2014): ‘The Politics of Australia’s Withdrawal from Iraq,’ Australian Journal of Political Science, Vol. 49, No. 4. pp. 647-661.
- Liudmila Kirpitchenko and Mansouri, Fethi 2014, ‘Social engagement among migrant youth: attitudes and meanings,’ Social inclusion, Vol. 2, No. 2. pp. 17-27.
- Fethi Mansouri and Anna Halafoff (2014): ‘Introduction to the special issue ‘Migrant youth, intercultural relations and the challenges of social inclusion,’ Social inclusion, Vol. 2, No. 2. pp. 1-4.
- Fethi Mansouri and Maša Mikola (2014): ‘Crossing boundaries: acts of citizenship among migrant youth in Melbourne,’ Social inclusion, Vol. 2, No. 2. pp. 28-37.
- Elijah Marangu, Natisha Sands, John Rolley, David Ndetei, and Fethi Mansouri (2014): Mental health care in Kenya: exploring optimal conditions for capacity building, African journal of primary health care and family medicine, Vol. 6, No. 1. pp. 1-5.
- Sally Totman Marshall and Mat Hardy (2014): ‘The charismatic persona of Colonel Qaddafi,’ M/C journal: A Journal of Media and Culture, Vol. 17. pp. 1-1.
- Ihsan Yilmaz (2014): ‘Religious Freedom, the Muslim identity and the Secularist Social-Engineering Project in Turkey,’ Qaderni di Diritto e Politica Ecclesiastica, Vol. 22, No. 1. pp. 197-204.
- Ihsan Yilmaz (2014): ‘Pakistan Federal Shariat Court’s Collective Ijtihad on Gender Equality, Women’s Rights and the Right to Family Life,’ Islam and Christian-Muslim Relations, Vol. 25, No. 2. pp. 181-192.
- Shahram Akbarzadeh and Mario Peucker (2014): ‘Managing religious diversity and promoting active citizenship: Muslims in Australia, Britain and Germany’, in Fethi Mansouri and Boulou Ebanda de B’beri (eds), Global perspectives on the politics of multiculturalism in the 21st century: a case study analysis (London: Routledge). pp. 141-160
- Benjamin Isakhan (2014): ‘Protests and Public Power in Post-Saddam Iraq: The Case of the Iraqi Federation of Oil Unions,’ in Luca Anceschi, Gennaro Gervasio and Andrea Teti: (eds) Informal Power in the Greater Middle East: Hidden Geographies (London: Routledge). pp. 117-128.
- Ihsan Yilmaz (2014): ‘Islamic Family Law in Secular Turkish Courts.’ In Elisa Guinchi (ed) Adjudicating Family Law in Muslim: Case Studies from around the Contemporary Muslim World, (Routledge, New York). pp. 148-159.
- Ihsan Yilmaz (2014): ‘Turkish Faith-based Civil Society’s Transformative Influence on Islamism as an Inspiration to the Middle East,’ in Anwar Alam (ed) Arab Spring: Reflections of Political Changes in the Arab World and its Future, (New Century Publications).