Peer-Reviewed Articles and Book Chapters
2023. "Resilience, adaptation and strategic engagement: Saudi female entrepreneurs confront Covid-19," with Inmaculada Macias-Alonso. June. International Journal of Gender and Entrepreneurship.
2023. "Self-driven Women: Gendered mobility, employment, and the lift of the driving ban in Saudi Arabia," with Inmaculada Macias-Alonso and HaRyung Kim. March. Gender, Place, and Culture.
2020. "Misperceived Social Norms: Women Working Outside the Home in Saudi Arabia" (with Leonardo Bursztyn and David Yanagizawa-Drott). October 2020, Lead Article - American Economic Review
2020. "Insider’s Advantage: When Foreign Firms Do Not Capture Opportunity in Local Labor Markets." December 2020, //Transnational Corporations Journal// Special Issue on Multinational Firms and Gender Equality.
2019. “Women's University Attainment and Labor Force Participation in Gulf Cooperation Council Countries.” Chapter in Gender and Work in the Global Economy edited by Beth English, Mary Frederickson, Olga Sanmiguel Valderrama. NY: Routledge.
2018. "The Veil You Know: Individual and Societal-Level Explanations for Wearing the Hijab in Comparative Perspective." (December, Social Compass) (with Lubna Al-Kazi).
2017. “Women in the News: A U.S.-Arab Gulf Comparison.” Chapter in Arab Women and Media In Changing Landscapes edited by Elena Maestri and Annemarie Profanter. NY: Palgrave Macmillan.
2015 “‘Not At All Religious’: Irreligiosity as Deviance in a Majority Muslim Context.” Deviant Behavior. December.
2014 “How Women Engage Homegrown Terrorism.” Feminist Criminology, 30th Anniversary Special Issue. (with Joshua D. Freilich and Steve Chermak)
2013 “Who is an Islamic Feminist and What Does He Look Like?” Pp. 39-49 in Islam and International Relations: Mutual Perceptions, edited by Nassef Adiong. Newcastle, UK: Cambridge Scholars Publishing.
2011 “Complicating the ‘Clash of Civilizations’: Gender and Politics in Contemporary Kuwait.” Pp. 64-84 in the Annual Review of the Sociology of Religion, Vol. 2 edited by Patrick Michel and Enzo Pace. Boston: Brill. (with Lubna Al-Kazi)
2011 "Measuring Religiosity in a Majority Muslim Context: Gender, Religious Salience, and Religious Experience Among Kuwaiti College Students - A Research Note.” Journal for the Scientific Study of Religion, 50(2):339-350.