Masculinities and Displacement in the Middle East: Syrian Refugee Men in Egypt. London: I.B. Tauris. (In Press)
(Under review) “Experiencing exclusion in everyday life through legal precarity in post-2015 Germany”. International Migration - Special Issue: Post-2015 refugees in Germany: “Culture of welcome”, solidarity, exclusion?.
(2018) “Becoming and “un-becoming” refugees: Syrian men’s negotiations of masculinity and refugeeness in Egypt”. Men and Masculinities 21(3), pp. 363-382.
(2018) “Defining the Other to Masculinize Oneself: Syrian Men’s Negotiations of Masculinity during Displacement in Egypt”. Signs: Journal of Women in Culture and Society - Special Issue: Displacement 43 (3), pp. 665-686.
(2017) “What does it mean to be young for Syrian men living as refugees in Cairo?”. Middle East – Topics & Arguments – Special Issue: Youth 9, pp. 122-131.
(2020) “Constructions of masculinities, class and refugee status among Syrian refugee men in Egypt”. In Mora, C. & N. Piper (eds.) Palgrave Handbook on Gender and Migration: Global Perspectives. London: Palgrave Macmillan.
(2019) “Refugees, civil society and the state: European experiences and global challenges”, by Ludger Pries. Journal of Urban Affairs 07.09.2019. doi.org/10.1080/07352166.2019.1614413.
(2017) “Masculinities Under Neoliberalism”, by Cornwall, Andrea; Karioris, Frank & Nancy Lindisfarne (eds.).” Allegra Laboratory 15.02.2017. allegralaboratory.net/review-masculinities-under-neoliberalism/.
“In search of legal stability: predicaments of asylum-seeking mothers in Germany” - EASA Conference, University of Lisbon (July 21-24).
“Remembering the Syrian civil-war through the lens of motherhood” - British Society for Middle Eastern Research Annual Conference, University of Kent (June 28- 1 July, POSTPONED TO 2021).
“The stroller, the notebook and the plastic bag: Mothering practices among refugees and asylum seekers in Berlin” - Conference “Materializing the Transient: Ethnographies and Museums in the Study of (Forced) Migration”, University of Göttingen (May 13-16).
“The challenge of turning 18: Coming of age as young refugee men from the Middle East in Germany” - British Society for Middle Eastern Research Annual Conference, University of Leeds (June 24-27).
“Class in Relation: Negotiating Class Positions in the Near Diaspora” - Workshop on “Forced Migration, Exclusion and Social Class”, Max Planck Institute for Social Anthropology in Halle (May 23-24) - Presentation co-authored with Dr Tabea Scharrer.
“Researching Syrian refugees in Egypt and Germany” - Anthropologies of Syria, workshop organised by CARP/UCL, University College London (May 20).
“Some Initial Reflections on Fieldwork among Refugees and AsylumSeekers in Berlin” - Diversification, workshop organised by Professor Steve Vertovec, Harnack House Berlin (May 24-26).
“Becoming and ‘un-becoming’ refugees – Syrian men’s strategies of creating distance to the refugee label” - Arab Masculinities: Anthropological Reconceptions, Wenner-Gren Workshop, University of Oxford (March 22-24).
“Between manhood, loss and battle age – Syrian young men in Cairo” - Talking ‘bout my generation: Concepts of Youth and Generation in Research on the MENA region, five years after 2011, Philipps University Marburg (November 30- December 2).
“Defining the internal and external ‘Other’ through gendered boundaries – strategies of displaced Syrian men in Egypt” - Seventh Annual Symposium of the Consortium for Asian and African Studies, Tokyo University of Foreign Studies (October 22-23) - Selected by a SOAS committee for presentation at the symposium and a fully funded trip.
“Transformation der Bedeutung von Maskulinität unter syrischen Männern in Ägypten” - Tagung des Netzwerks Flüchtlingsforschung, University of Osnabrück, (October 6-8).
“Being a Syrian, a refugee and a man in contemporary Egypt” - European Association of Social Anthropology Conference, Milan 4 University, (July 21-23).
“The, refugee, the researcher and the narrative – power relations in narrative collection among displaced people” - International Association of the Study of Forced Migration Conference, Poznan University (July 12-15).
“To what extent and how did notions of masculinity change during and after the uprising in Egypt in 2011?” - Turkish Society of Exeter & Bosporus Research Centre, Exeter University (May 18).
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