Familiar Futures: Time, Selfhood, and Sovereignty in Iraq (Stanford, 2019)
“Secrets of Revolution’: Iraq and the Global 1919,” Jadaliyya, forthcoming.
“Response to Roundtable Review of Familiar Futures,” Jadaliyya, July 8, 2021.
“‘In Consonance with their Sacred Laws’: The Colonial Remaking of Religious Courts in Iraq,” in The Routledge Companion to Sexuality and Colonialism (New York: Routledge, 2021), 199-209.
Colonialism, Empire, and Nationalist Movements,” in Understanding and Teaching the Middle East, ed. Omnia El Shakry (Madison: University of Wisconsin Press, 2020), 68-84.
“Violence in Iraq: Some Methodological and Historiographical Questions,” POMEPS Studies 35: Religion, Violence, and the State in Iraq (October 2019): 73-78.
“Essential Readings: The Iraqi Revolution of 1958,” Jadaliyya, October 7, 2019.
“Introduction,” Special Issue: “Psychoanalysis in the Middle East: Discourses and Encounters,” Psychoanalysis & History (2018): 269-75. With Omnia El Shakry and Caroline McKusick.
“ʿAli al-Wardi and the Miracles of the Unconscious,” Psychoanalysis & History (2018): 337-50.
“Gender as a Category of Analysis in Development and Environmental History,” Roundtable on “Gendering the Middle East,” International Journal of Middle East Studies 48:3 (August 2016).
"Lines Drawn on an Empty Map’: Iraq’s Borders and the Legend of the Artificial State,” Jadaliyya, June 2, 2015.
“‘Education for Real Life’: Pragmatist Pedagogies and American Interwar Expansion in Iraq,” The Routledge Handbook of the History of the Middle East Mandates, ed. Cyrus Schayegh and Andrew Arsan (Routledge: New York, 2015).
“Futures Past: Nation, Gender, Time in Jawad Salim’s Monument to Freedom,” Kufa Review (Spring 2014).
“The Stage of Adolescence: Anticolonial Time, Youth Insurgency, and the Marriage Crisis in Hashimite Iraq,” History of the Present (Fall 2013).
“Building the Nation through the Production of Difference: The Gendering of Education in Iraq, 1928-58,” in Writing the History of Iraq: Historiographical and Political Challenges, ed. Riccardo Bocco, Hamit Bozarslan, Peter Sluglett, and Jordi Tejel (London: Imperial College Press, 2012).