Masoudi Nejad, Reza
- Crowds, Protests and Processions: Revisiting Urban Experiences, Distinktion: Journal of Social Theory 17 (3), 2016, 251-253.
- From Built to Performed Space, Post-election Protest in Tehran, Distinktion: Journal of Social Theory, 17 (3), 2016, 316-336.
- The Ritual and Built Initiatives of the Iranians in Bombay. In vom Bruck, C. Tripp (Eds.): Being Shi’i in non-Shi’i worlds. London: Cass.
- Trans-spatial Public Action: The Geography of Iranian Post-election Protest in the Age of Web 2.0. In David M. Faris, Babak Rahimi (Eds.): Social Media in Iran: Politics and Society after 2009. New York: SUNY Press, pp. 165–182.
- The Muharram Procession of Mumbai: From Seafront to Cemetery, in Peter van der Veer (ed.): Handbook of Religion and the Asian City. Aspiration and Urbanization in the Twenty-First Century, Berkeley: University of California Press, 89-109.
-Urban Violence, the Muharram Processions, and the Transformation of Iranian Urban Society: The Case of Dezfoul in: Ulrike Freitag, Nelida Fuccaro, Claudia Ghrawi, Nora Lafi (eds.), Urban Violence in the Middle East. Changing Cityscapes in the Transition from Empire to Nation State, Berghahn series Space & Place, Vol 14, New York, Oxford: Berghahn Books, 2015, 91-110.
-Urban Violence, the Muharram Processions and the Transformation of Iranian Urban Society. The Case of Dezful. In Thomas Riggs (ed.): Worldmark Encyclopedia of Religious Practices, 2nd Edition, Vol. 3: Farmington: Gale Cengage Learning,
- Religious Procession as a Means of Social Intimacy: Building Communal Harmony in Dharavi after the 1992 Mumbai Riot’, in: Kosta Mathéy / Silvia Matuk (eds.), Community-Based Urban Violence Prevention Innovative Approaches in Africa, Latin America, Asia and the Arab Region, Bielefeld: transcript, 2014 268-278.
-Iran. In Thomas Riggs (ed.): Worldmark Encyclopedia of Religious Practices, 2nd Edition, Vol. 4: Gale Cengage Learning, 2014, 121–131.
- The spatial Logic of Crowds: The Effectiveness of Protest in Public Space, International Journal of Islamic Architecture 2(1), 157–78.
- Trans-spatial Public Action: The Geography of Iranian Post-Election Protests in the Age of Web 2.0, in Iran and Social Media, hg. von Babak Rahimi. New York: State University of New York Press.
- “The Discursive Manifestation of Past and Present through the Spatial Organisation of the Ashura Procession.” Space and Culture 1(2), 133-66.