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"Did a Woman Edit the Qur'an? Hafsa's Famed Codex," Journal of the American Academy of Religion, Forthcoming.
“Religion & Youth Identity in Post-War Bosnia-Herzegovina,” in Children and Religion: A Methods Handbook, ed. Susan Ridgley Bales (NYU Press, 2011). More Information Here.
“Islam in America: Zeroing in on the Park51 Controversy,” Special Issue, Guest Editor, Religions (ISSN 2077-1444) 2011. More Information Here.
'The Chambir of My Thought: Self and Conduct in a Ninth-Century Arabo-Islamic Ethical Treatise," History of Religions (Aug., 2009 vol. 49, no. 1). More Information Here.
Self and Secrecy in Early Islam. Examination of the concept and theme of the secret in sacred text of the Qur'an, Islamic ethical writings and Arabic love literature. Frederick M. Denny, Editor, Studies in Comparative Religion Series, The University of South Carolina Press, 2008. More Information Here.
"Pastoralism and the 'Wild Man' in an Early Arabic Romance," Middle Eastern Literatures, Special issue: "Arabic Literature before al-Muwayhili," Vol. 11, no. 2, August, 2008. More Information Here.