SCHOLARLY PUBLICATIONS

“Theories of Sectarianism: Toward Conceptual Clarity on Intrareligious Conflict in Muslim Societies”

The Muslim World (forthcoming)

“The Secular Bias and the Study of Religious Politics: On Michael Walzer and Political Islam,” in Tamara Sonn ed.

New York: Oxford University Press, 2021

“Political Islam: A 40 Retrospective”

February 19th, 2021

"From Sectarianization to De-Sectarianization: How to Advance Human Security in the Middle East," in Lorenzo Kamel ed.

New York: Peter Lang, 2019

“Playing with Fire: Trump, the Saudi-Iranian Rivalry, and the Geopolitics of Sectarianization in the Middle East”

Barcelona: European Institute of the Mediterranean, 2018

“Charles Taylor’s A Secular Age and the Secularization from Below in Iran,” in Mirjam Künkler, John Madeley and Shylashri Shankar eds.

Cambridge University Press, 2018

“Sectarianization: Mapping the New Politics of the Middle East"

Fall 2017

Singapore: Wardah Book, 2017

“Toward a Political Theory of Sectarianism in the Middle East: The Salience of Authoritarianism over Theology"

September 2016

“How the Legacy of Authoritarianism in the Arab World Contributed to the Rise of ISIS,”

September 2016

Turkish Review 6

“The ISIS Crisis and the ‘Broken Politics’ of the Middle East: A Framework for Understanding Radical Islamism,” in Anthony T. Chase ed.

New York: Routledge, 2016

“The ISIS Crisis and the ‘Broken Politics’ of the Middle East: A Framework for Understanding Radical Islamism,” in Anthony T. Chase ed.

New York: Routledge, 2016

“Toward a Democratic Theory for Muslim Societies: Rethinking the Relationship between Islam and Secularism across the Islam-West Divide,” in Ahmet Cavuldak, Oliver Hidalgo, Philipp Hildmann and Holger Zapf eds.

Wiesbaden: Springer, 2014

“Rethinking Religion and Political Legitimacy across the Islam-West Divide”

April 2014

Philosophy and Social Criticism 40, 1-9

“Iran’s Changing Social Contract: Religion, Secularism and Democracy between Two Revolutions, 1979-2009,” in Mehran Kamrava ed.

New York: Oxford University Press, 2014

“The Arab Spring and Iran’s Green Movement: A Comparison” in Brian Calfano ed.

Lanham, MD: Lexington/Roman and Littlefield, 2014

“Islam and Democracy,” in John Esposito and Emad Shahin eds.

New York: Oxford University Press, 2013

“Why Islam (Properly Understood) Is the Solution: Reflections on the Role of Religion in Tunisia Democratic Transition”

2013

“The Arab Spring, US Foreign Policy and the Question of Democracy in the Middle East”

Fall 2012

Denver Journal of International Law and Policy 41

“Islam and Democracy after 9/11,” in Benjamin Isakhan and Stephen Stockwell eds.

Edinburgh, Scotland: Edinburgh University Press, 2012

“Religious Leaders, Sectarianism and the Sunni-Shia Divide in Islam,” in Timothy Sisk ed.

Washington DC: Georgetown University Press, 2011

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