“The Gendered Muslim Subject: Language, Islamophobia, and Feminist Critique.” Oxford Handbook of Language and Race, edited by Angela Reyes, Samy Alim, and Jonathan Rosa. Oxford University Press. (2019)
“Communicating and Contesting Islamophobia.” In Language and Social Justice: Case Studies on Communication and the Creation of Just Societies, 1st Edition. Eds. Netta Avineri, Robin Conley Riner, Laura Graham, Eric Johnson, and Jonathan Rosa. Routledge Press. (2018)
"Banishing Colonial Specters: Language Ideology and Education Policy in Pakistan.” Working Paper in Educational Linguistics, 27(1), 29-49. (2012)
Public Scholarship, Editorials, Blogs
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“Anthropology is Political.” Anthropology News, June 6.
“Upsetting the Canon.” Anthropology News, March/April issue.
“#MeToo, Believing Survivors, and Cooperative Digital Communication.” Anthropology News website, December 21. DOI: 10.1111/AN.1062
“AAS and the “Problem” of Muslims in India.” Chapati Mysterywebsite, July 19. http://www.chapatimystery.com/archives/homistan/aas_muslim_problem.html
"Coalition-Building in the Inter-Disciplines and Beyond." Response Essay in CUNY Forum, Asian American Matter: A New York Anthology,
Durrani, Mariam. Book Review of Ethnographic of U.S. Empire. In Transforming Anthropology. (2019)
Durrani, Mariam, Kevin Gotkin, and Corrina Laughlin. “Serial, Seriality, and the Possibilities of the Podcast Format.” American Anthropologist, 117(3), 1-4. Accompanying Podcast (Link provided). (2015)