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“Hybrid Styles, Interstitial Spaces, and the Digital Advocacy of the Salafi Feminist,” Critical Studies in Media Communication (July 2020).
“Cultivating Empathy and Resonance for Muslim Lives through Affective Images of the Chapel Hill Victims,” Communication, Culture and Critique (May 2020).
“The Unruly, Loud and Intersectional Muslim Woman: Interrupting the Aesthetics Styles of Islamic Fashion Images on Instagram,” International Journal of Communication, 14 (February 2020).
“Pushing Boundaries and Blurring Categories in Digital Media and Religion Research,” Sociology Compass. Invited submission. (January 2020).
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“More than a Mask, Burkini and Tights: Fighting Misrepresentations through Ms. Marvel’s Costume.” In Ms. Marvel’s America: No Normal, edited by Jessica Baldanzi and Hussein Rashid. University Press of Mississippi, 2020.
Co-authored with Nabil Echchaibi, “Mipsterz: Hip, American, and Muslim.” In Religion and Pop Culture in America, 3rd Edition, edited by Jeffrey Mahan and Bruce Forbes. University of California Press, 2017.
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