I am author and (co)editor of numerous books, volumes, peer-reviewed journal articles, chapters, encyclopaedic entries and book reviews. Below is a list of my key publications since 2017. For a more detailed list, see my Google Scholar page. Visit the about page for more information on me.
(2021i) ‘The limits of tolerance: before and after Brexit and the German refugee crisis’, Ethnic and Racial Studies, forthcoming (with M Kromczyk and N Khattab).
(2021h) Countering Violent Extremism: The International Deradicalization Agenda, London and New York: Bloomsbury Academic, in press (20 May 2021).
(2021f) Critical Perspectives on Salafism in the Netherlands, International Centre for Counter-Terrorism – The Hague (ICCT) Research Paper, April (with L Welten).
(2021e) ‘ ‘‘We Are Already 1-0 Behind’’: Perceptions of Dutch Muslims on Islamophobia, Securitization, and Deradicalization’, Critical Studies on Terrorism 14(1): 90-116 (with L Welten).
(2021d) ‘Intersecting Globalisation, Islamophobia, Radicalization and Securitization’, in Bonino, S. and Ricucci, R. (eds.) Islam and Security in the West, Basingstoke, UK: Palgrave-Macmillan.
(2021c) ‘UK counter-terrorism strategy, Muslim diaspora communities and the ‘securitisation of integration’, in Akbarzadeh, S. (ed) Routledge Handbook of Political Islam, Abingdon: Routledge.
(2021b) ‘Muslims and Extremism’, in Lukens-Bull R. and Woodward, M. (eds) Handbook of Contemporary Islam and Muslim Lives, Cham, Switzerland: Springer.
(2021a) ‘Afterword: A Clarion Call’, in Hussain, S. (ed). Society and Politics of Jammu and Kashmir, Basingstoke, UK: Palgrave-Macmillan.
(2020g) ‘Reflections on the contribution of Muhammad Anwar to the study of sociology and racial politics’, Ethnicities 21(1):247-254.
(2020f) ‘Terrorism’, in Sardar, Z. (ed.) Critical Muslim 35: Muslim Atlantic, London and New Delhi: Hurst: 73-87.
(2020e) ‘A Second Chance? Dutch Muslim Women on the Reintegration of Female Returnees from Islamic State’, Journal for Deradicalization 22: 155-187 (with A Kanhai).
(2020d) ‘Islamophobia as racialised biopolitics in the United Kingdom’, Philosophy and Social Criticism 46(5): 497-511 .
(2020c) ‘Conflict Perspective’, ‘Counterculture’, ‘Cultural Studies’, ‘Hizb ut Tahrir’, ‘Mecca’ and ‘Social Fact’, in Possamai, A. and Blasi, A.J. et al. (eds.) (2020) The Sage Encyclopedia of Sociology of Religion, Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage.
(2020b) ‘The Nature and Extent of Countering Violent Extremism in the UK’, in von Hlatky, S. (ed.) Countering Violent Extremism and Terrorism: Assessing Domestic and International Strategies, Montreal, Quebec: McGill-Queen’s University Press.
(2020a) Far Right and Islamist Radicalisation in an Age of Austerity: A Review of Sociological Trends and Implications for Policy, The Hague: ICCT Policy Brief.
(2019d) Islamophobia and Radicalisation: A Vicious Cycle, London and New York: Hurst and Oxford University Press.
(2019c) ‘The impact of structural inequalities, integration, otherness and discrimination’, in Richards, A. et al. (2019) (ed.) Jihadist Terror: New Threats, New Responses, London and New York: IB Tauris.
(2019b) ‘Implementing ‘Prevent’ in Countering Violent Extremism in the UK: A Left-Realist Critique’, Critical Social Policy 39(3): 396-412.
(2019a) ‘Islamophobia as the Hidden Hand of Structural and Cultural Racism’, in Zempi, I. and Awan, I. (eds.) (2019) Routledge International Handbook on Islamophobia, Abingdon: Routledge.
(2018e) Political Muslims: Understanding Youth Resistance in a Global Context, New York: Syracuse University Press + introduction + conclusion, forthcoming (co-written and co-edited with Hamid, S.).
(2018d) ‘Coffee’, in Sardar, Z. (ed.) Critical Muslim 26: Gastronomy, London and New Delhi: Hurst: 123-130.
(2018c) Book Review of S Janmohammed (2017) ‘Generation M: Young Muslims Changing the World’ (London: IB Tauris), in Sardar, Z. (ed.) Critical Muslim 25: Values, London and New Delhi: Hurst: 236-240.
(2018b) ‘Editorial’, as Guest Editor of the Special Edition, ‘Educating British Muslims: identity, religion and politics in a neoliberal era’, British Journal of Sociology of Education, 39(2): 161-165.
(2018a) ‘Narrating Anti-Semitism in Historical and Contemporary Turkey’, in Adams, J. and Heß, C. (eds.) The Medieval Roots of Antisemitism: Continuities and Discontinuities from the Middle Ages to the Present Day, Abingdon: Routledge, forthcoming (with B Davletov).
(2017i) ‘Muslim education at the core and at the periphery’, in Daun, H. and Arjmand, R. (eds.) International Handbook of Islamic Education, New York: Springer.
(2017g) ‘Imagined Communities; Plural Society; Post-Industrial Society; Racism; Rahman, Fazlur; Rex, John; Toynbee, Arnold Joseph’, in Turner, B.S. et al. (ed.) The Wiley-Blackwell Encyclopedia of Social Theory, Oxford: Blackwell-Wiley.
(2017g) ‘You Cannot Talk About Academic Freedom in Such an Oppressive Environment’: the perceptions of We Will Not Be a Party to This Crime! petition signatories’, Turkish Studies, 18(4): 624-643 (with Zalta, A.).
(2017f) ‘Ethnicity and Politics in Contextualising Far Right and Islamist Extremism’, Perspectives on Terrorism 11(3): 54-61.
(2017e) ‘The “Trojan Horse” Plot and the Fear of Muslim Power in British State Schools’, Journal of Muslim Minority Affairs 37(4): 426-411.
(2017d) ‘Understanding the nature of online extremist narratives’, The Challenge of Jihadist Radicalisation, published by the European Policy Centre (Brussels) in association with European Foundation for Democracy and the Counter-Terrorism Project, pp. 90-100.
(2017c) ‘The Global Characteristics of Radicalisation and Violent Extremism’. Written evidence to APPG Inquiry into Building Resilience to Radicalisation in MENA, 14 February.
(2017b) ‘Islamophobia and its Discontents’, in Santesso, E.M. and McClung, J. (eds.) Islam and Postcolonial Discourse: Purity and Hybridity, Abingdon: Routledge.
(2017a) Contemporary Turkey in Conflict: Ethnicity, Islam and Politics, Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press and New York: Oxford University Press.