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Articles in Press:

“How Switzerland was Lost to the West: The Orientalization of Lebanon in the New York Times.” In. Ed. Hatem Bazian. Islamophobia Production and Re-Defining Global “Security” Agenda for the 21rst Century.

 

Articles and Book Chapters:

(2013) “Anthropology of the Future: Arab Youth and the State of the State". In Eds. Susan Slyomovics and Sherine Hafez. State of the Art: Anthropology of the Middle East and North Africa. Indiana U. Press.

(2012) with Benjamin D’Harlingue. “The Wall Street Journal’s Muslims: Representing Islam in American Print News Media.” Islamophobia Studies Journal. Volume 1. No. 1 (Spring.). Pp. 132-164. Center for Race and Gender. UC Berkeley.

(2012) “Thinking Intentionality. Arab Women’s Subjectivity and its Discontents.” 2010 JMEWS Distinguished Lecture. Journal of Middle East Women’s Studies. Vol 8. No 2. Spring. Pp. 1-25.

(2012) “History and Its Histories: Story-Telling the Present.” Presidential Address, Middle East Studies Association. Review of Middle East Studies. Vol 46. No. 1. Summer. Pp 6-23.

(2011) “The Future Today: Youth and Adolescents of the Middle East and North Africa. In Situation Analysis on Adolescents and Youth in MENA. In: Situation Analysis on Youth in the Arab World. Oct. Beirut and Amman: Issam Fares Institute for Public Policy and International Affairs/UNICEF.

(2011) “Political Familism in Lebanon”. Eds. Julia Adams & Mounira M. Charrad. Patrimonial Power in the Modern World. Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science. Vol. 636. July 2011. Pp. 150-163.

(2010) with Martina Rieker. “Introduction: Rethinking Arab Family Projects.” Framings: Rethinking Arab Family Projects, Volume I, Arab Families Working Group.

(2010) “The Arab Families Working Group Project: Beginnings.” Framings: Rethinking Arab Family Projects. Vol. I. Arab Families Working Group.

(2010) “The Arab Families Working Group Project: Beginnings.” Arab Families Working Group, Eds. Rethinking Arab Family Projects. AFWG Works Online:

(2010) “Gender and Citizenship in the Arab World.” Al-Raida. Institute for Women’s Studies in the Arab World. Spring/Summer. No 129-30: 8-18. (Adaptation of 2000, Introduction to Gender and Citizenship in the Middle East in Suad Joseph, Ed., Gender and Citizenship in the Middle East. Syracuse: Syracuse U. Press.

(2009) with Penny Johnson. “Introduction.” War and Transnational Arab Families. Special Issue. Journal of Middle East Women’s Studies 5.3 (Fall): 1-10.

(2009) “Geographies of Lebanese Families: Women as Transnationals and Men as Nationals, and Other Problems with Transnationalism.” Journal of Middle East Women’s Studies 5:3 (Fall): 120-144.

(2008) with Benjamin D’Harlingue, with Ka Hin Wong. “Arab Americans and Muslim Americans in the New York Times, Before and After 9/11.” From Invisible Citizens to Visible Subjects: Arab American Identities Before and After 9/11. Eds. Amaney Jamal and Nadine Naber. Syracuse: Syracuse University Press. 229-275.

(2008) “Sectarianism as Imagined Sociological Concept and as Imagined Social Formation.” International Journal of Middle East Studies 40.4: 553-554.

(2008) “Preface.” Encyclopedia of Women and Islamic Cultures. Vol. VI: Supplement and Index. Ed. Suad Joseph. xxi-clxxiv.

(2008) “Familism and Critical Arab Family Studies.” Family Ties and Ideational Change in the Middle East. Eds. Kathryn Young and Hoda Rashad. New York: Routledge. 25-39.

(2007) with Benjamin D’Harlingue. “Media Representations and the Criminalization of Arab Americans and Muslim Americans.” Women’s Lives: Multicultural Perspectives. Eds. Gwyn Kirk and Margo Okazawa-Rey. Syracuse: Syracuse University Press. 464-468.

(2007) “Women and Islamic Cultures.” Interviewed by Kelly Dunleavy. Senses Magazine 3.1: 36. (2007) “Women and Islamic Cultures.” Volume I. Introduction. Excerpts. Senses Magazine 3.1: 36. (2007) “Preface.” Encyclopedia of Women and Islamic Cultures. Vol. IV: Economics, Education, Mobility and Space. Ed. Suad Joseph. xxiii-xxv.

(2007) “Preface.” Encyclopedia of Women and Islamic Cultures. Vol. V: Practices, Interpretations and Representations. Ed. Suad Joseph. xix-xx.

(2006) “Preface.” Encyclopedia of Women and Islamic Cultures. Vol. III: Family, Body, Sexuality and Health. Ed. Suad Joseph. xx1-xxiii.

(2006) “(Mis)Representing Arab and Muslim Americans: Recurring Patterns in U.S. Print Media.” Arab-US Media Forum. Queenstown, MD: The Aspen Institute (Autumn): 2-3.

(2005) “The Kin Contract and Citizenship in the Middle East.” Women and Citizenship. Ed. Marilyn Friedman. Oxford: Oxford University Press. 149-169.

(2005) “Teaching Rights and Responsibilities: Paradoxes of Globalizations and Children’s Citizenship in Lebanon.” Journal of Social History 38.4 (Summer): 1007-1026.

(2005) “Preface.” Encyclopedia of Women and Islamic Cultures. Vol. I: Methodologies, Paradigms, and Sources. Ed. Suad Joseph. xxi-xlix.

(2005) “Preface.” Encyclopedia of Women and Islamic Cultures. Vol. II: Family, Law and Politics. Ed. Suad Joseph. xxvii-xxviii.

(2005) “Learning Desire: Relational Pedagogies and the Desiring Female Subject in Lebanon.” Journal of Middle East Women’s Studies 1.1 (Winter): 79-109.

(2004) “Conceiving Family Relations in Post-War Lebanon.” Journal of Comparative Family Studies 35.2 (Spring): 271-294.

(2003) “Introduction.” Encyclopedia of Women and Islamic Cultures. Preview. Leiden: Brill. “Among Brothers: Patriarchal Connective Mirroring and Brotherly Deference in Lebanon.” The New Arab Family. Ed. Nicholas Hopkins. Cairo: The Cairo Papers in Social Science. 241.2 (Spring/Summer): 165-179.

(2003) “Encyclopedia of Women and Islamic Cultures.” ISIM Newsletter 13 (Dec.): 45.

(2003) “Current Challenges Facing the Arab Women’s Movement.” Al-Raida 20.100 (Winter): 75-78. “Introduction.” Encyclopedia of Women and Islamic Cultures. Vol. I: Methodologies, Paradigms and Sources. xxi-xlix.

(2002) “Gender and Citizenship in the Arab World.” United Nations Development Program. New York.

(2002) “Eyes of Indirection.” Remembering Childhood in the Middle East. Ed. Elizabeth Warnock Fernea. Austin: U. of Texas Press. 302-309.

(2002) “Civil Society, The Public/Private and Gender in Lebanon.” Social Constructions of Nationalism in the Middle East. Ed. Fatma Muge Gocek. Albany: State U. of New York Press. 167-189.

(2001) and Susan Sylomovics. “Introduction.” Women and Power in the Middle East. Eds. Suad Joseph and Susan Slyomovics. Philadelphia: U. of Pennsylvania Press. 1-19.

(2001) “Women and Politics in the Middle East.” Women and Power in the Middle East. Eds. Suad Joseph and Susan Slyomovics. (Reprint). Philadelphia: U. of Pennsylvania Press. 34-40.

(2000) “Gender and Citizenship in the Middle East: Introduction.” Gender and Citizenship in the Middle East. Ed. Suad Joseph. Syracuse: Syracuse U. Press. 3-32.

(2000) “Civic Myths, Citizenship, and Gender in Lebanon.” Gender and Citizenship in the Middle East. Ed. Suad Joseph. Syracuse: Syracuse U. Press. 107-136.

(1999) “Women Between Nation and State in Lebanon.” Between Women and Nation: Feminism and Global Issues. Eds. Norma Alarcon, Caren Caplan, and Minoo Moallem. Durham, NC: Duke U. Press. 162-181.

(1999) “Searching for Baba.” Intimate Selving in Arab Families: Gender, Self, and Identity. Ed. Suad Joseph. Syracuse: Syracuse U. Press [Revision of 1996 article.] 53-75.

(1999) “My Son/Myself, My Mother/Myself: Paradoxical Relationalities of Patriarchal Connectivity.” Intimate Selving in Arab Families: Gender, Self, and Identity. Ed. Suad Joseph. Syracuse: Syracuse U. Press. 174-190.

(1999) “Intimate Selving: Theories and Dynamics of Self, Gender and Identity in Arab Families.” Intimate Selving in Arab Families: Gender, Self, and Identity. Ed. Suad Joseph. Syracuse: Syracuse U. Press. 1-17.

(1999) “Gender and Citizenship in Muslim Communities: Introduction.” Citizenship Studies 3.3: 293- 294.

(1999) “Gender and Citizenship in Muslim Communities.” The Review of Middle East Women's Studies 16.3/4 (Fall/Winter): 24.

(1999) “Gender and Citizenship in Lebanon: Introduction.” Gender and Citizenship in Lebanon. Eds. Najla Hamadeh, Jean Said Makdisi, and Suad Joseph. Beirut: Dar al Jadid Press. 35-45. (In Arabic).

(1999) “Descent of the Nation: Kinship and Citizenship in Lebanon.” Citizenship Studies 3.3: 295- 318.

(1999) “Citizenship Responsibility and Children: Dilemmas of Patriarchal Relational Responsibility in Lebanon.” Building Citizenship in Lebanon. Eds. Walid Moubarak, Antoine Messarra, and Suad Joseph. Beirut: Lebanese American U. Press. 175-194. (In Arabic).

(1999) “Citizenship in Lebanon: Introduction.” Building Citizenship in Lebanon. Eds. Walid Moubarak, Antoine Messarra, and Suad Joseph. Beirut: Lebanese American U. Press. 25-32. (In Arabic).

(1999) “Children's and Women's Rights: Gender, Relationality and Patriarchy in Rights Practices in Lebanon.” Gender and Citizenship in Lebanon. Eds. Najla Hamadeh, Jean Said Makdisi, and Suad Joseph. Beirut: Dar al Jadid Press. 325-342. (In Arabic).

(1999) “Brother/Sister Relationships: Connectivity, Love, and Power in the Reproduction of Arab Patriarchy.” Intimate Selving in Arab Families: Gender, Self, and Identity. Ed. Suad Joseph. Syracuse: Syracuse U. Press. 113-140. Reprinted In Ed. Samir Khalaf and Roseanne Saad Khalaf. Arab Society and Culture. An Essential Reader. London: Saqi Books. 2009. Pp. 278-292.

(1999) “Against the Grain of the Nation - The Arab-.” Issues in Arab America. Ed. Michael Suleiman. Philadelphia: Temple U. Press. 257-271. Reprinted in Arab America. Ed. Michael Suleiman. Beirut: Centre for Arab Unity Studies. (In Arabic). 2003. 375-396.

(1998) “Marcel: Straddling Formal and Informal Lebanese Economies in the 1970s.” Middle Eastern Women in the Invisible Economy. Ed. Richard Lobban. Gainesville, FL.: U. of Florida Press. 233-244.

(1998) “Critique of Politics and the Politics of Critique: Comment on Majid's ‘The Politics of Feminism in Islam’." Signs 23.2 (Winter): 363-369.

(1998) “Arab American Feminism.” The Reader's Companion to U.S. Women's History. Eds. Wilma Mankiller, Gwendolyn Mink, Marysa Navarro, Barbara Smith, and Gloria Steinem. Boston: Houghton Mifflin Co. 199-200.

(1997) “The Public/Private. The Imagined Boundary in the Imagined Nation/State/Community: The Lebanese Case.” Feminist Review 57 (Autumn): 73-92.

(1997) “Shopkeepers and Feminists: The Reproduction of Political Process Among Women Activists in Lebanon.” Women in Groups in the Middle East. Eds. Dawn Chatty and Annika Rabo. Berg Press. 57-80.

(1997) “Shopkeepers and Feminists: The Reproduction of Political Process Among Women Activists in Lebanon.” Trans. Moueen Al Emam. Damascus: Dar al Mada. 51-86. (In Arabic).

(1997) “Secularism and Personal Status Codes in Lebanon.” Interview of Marie Rose Zalzal. Middle East Reports. 27.203.2: 37-39.

(1997) “Report on Lebanon.” A Country Profile. Oxford: Oxfam.

(1997) “Introduction.” Flight Against Time by Emily Nasrallah. Austin: Center for Middle East Studies at the U. of Texas at Austin.

(1997) “Conversations: News and Newsmakers.” The Pro Femina Research Consortium 2.1 (Spring): 6-7.

(1996) “Suad Joseph,” Interview by Lina Abu-Habib. Links. Newsletter on Gender for Oxfam UK/Ireland Staff and Partners. Feb. 24.

(1996) “Relationality and Ethnographic Subjectivity: Key Informants and Construction of Personhood in Fieldwork.” Feminist Dilemmas in Fieldwork. Ed. Diane Wolf. Boulder, CO: Westview Press. 107-121.

(1996) “Patriarchy and Development in the Arab World.” Gender and Development 4.2: 14-19.

(1996) “Gender and Citizenship in Middle Eastern States.” Middle East Reports 26.1 (Jan-Mar): 4-10. “Searching for Baba: Personal Notes on Rights and Postcolonialities.” Stanford Humanities Review 4. 2 (Fall): 140-151.

(1996) “Democrats and Patriarchs: Comments on Michael Hudson's ‘Obstacles to Democratization in the Middle East’." Contention 5.2 (Winter): 121-130.

(1996) “Beijing.” Interview by Lina Abu-Habib. Links. (Feb.): 24.

(1995) “Selfhood and Ethnographic Writing.” Bahithat 2 (Fall): 141-153.

(1995) “I Could Not Be as Much as Myself: A Woman and War in Lebanon.” Al-Raida 12.71 (Fall): 46-49.

(1994). “Dis maman, c'est quoi mes droits et devoirs? Interview by Michelle Messarra.” Al-Binâ al Dimuqràtiyyi fi Lubnan [Building Democracy in Lebanon]. Ed. Antione N. Messarra. Beirut: Lebanese Foundation for Permanent Peace. 227-229. Reprinted in Magazine 1935 Dec. 1994: 40.

(1994) “Teaching critical thinking: An elementary school experience.” La Génération de la Relève. Eds. Louise-Marie Chidiac, Abdo Kahi, Antoine N. Messarra. Beirut: Bureau Pédgogique des Saint-Coeurs. 217-222. Reprinted in Al-Binâ al Dimuqràtiyyi fi Lubnan [Building Democracy in Lebanon]. Ed. Antoine N. Messarra. Beirut: Lebanese Foundation for Permanent Peace. 1994. 217-222.

(1994) “Problematizing Gender and Relational Rights: Experience from Lebanon.” Social Politics 1.3 (Fall): 271-285.

(1994) “Multiculturalism: Cautions from Cross-Cultural Experiences.” Multicultural Education 5 (Summer): 14-16.

(1994) “Gender, Culture and Human Rights.” Al-Raida 11.65-66: 8-9.

(1994) “Gender and Family in the Arab World.” Middle East Reports. Fall. Booklet. Reprinted In Arab Women. Between Defiance and Restraint. Ed. Suha Sabbagh. New York: Olive Branch Press, 1996. 194-202.

(1994) “Family and Women's Human Rights.” South Asia Bulletin: Comparative Studies of South Asia, Africa, and Middle East 13.1-2: 148-151.

(1994) “Brother/Sister Relationships: Connectivity, Love and Power in the Reproduction of Arab Patriarchy.” American Ethnologist 21.1 (February): 50-73. Reprinted in In Arab Society: Class, Gender, Power, and Development. Eds. Nicholas S. Hopkins and Saad Eddine Ibrahim. Cairo: The American U. in Cairo Press, 1997. 227-262. Reprinted in Arab Society and Culture. An Essential Guide. Eds. Samir Khalaf and Roseanne Saad Khalaf. London: Saqi Press, 2009.

(1993) “Women, War, and History: Debates in Middle East Women's Studies.” Journal of the History of Sexuality 4.1: 128-136.

(1993) “Schools Must Work to Give Pupils Equal Access to the Best.” Davis Enterprise 16 September 16: A-7.

(1993) “Gender and Relationality Among Arab Families in Lebanon.” Feminist Studies 19.3 (Fall): 465-486.

(1993) “Gender and Civil Society: An Interview with Suad Joseph with Joe Stork.” Middle East Reports. 23.183.4 (July-August): 22-26. Reprinted in Arab Women: Between Defiance and Restraint. Ed. Suha Sabbagh. New York: Olive Branch Press, 1996. 203-210. Reprinted in Political Islam. Eds. Joel Beinin and Joe Stork. Berkeley: U. of California Press, 1996. 64-70.

(1993) “Fieldwork and Psychosocial Dynamics of Personhood.” Frontiers 13.3: 9-32.

(1993) “Connectivity and Patriarchy Among Urban Working Class Arab Families in Lebanon.” Ethos 21.4 (December): 452-484.

(1991) “Myths We Can't Afford to Live By.” UC Davis. Third World Forum 20.12.6: 13-14.

(1991) “Elite Strategies for State Building: Women, Family, Religion and State in Iraq and Lebanon,” Women, Islam and the State. Ed. Deniz Kandiyoti. London: MacMillan. 176-200.

(1991) “Arab Culture and the Persian Gulf War.” Third World Forum 20.3.1: 6-7.

(1990) “Working the Law: A Lebanese Working Class Case.” The Politics of Law in the Middle East. Ed. Daisy Dwyer. South Hadley, MA. J. F. Bergin Publishers. 143-160.

(1990) “Gender, Sexuality, Religion and Power in Arab Society: Arab Feminist Criticism of Discourse and Social Power,” Reviews in Anthropology 14.4: 298-304.

(1988) “The Founding of AMEWS.” AMEWS NEWS: Association for Middle East Women's Studies 1.1: 10-4.

(1988) “Feminization, Familism, Self and Politics: Research as a Mughtaribi.” Studying Your Own Society: Arab Women in the Field. Eds. Soraya Altorki and Camillia F. El Solh. Syracuse: Syracuse U. Press. 25-47. Translated into Arabic. Cairo: Noor. 1990 and Beirut: Center for the Study of Arab Unity, 49-75. 1993.

(1988) “Family, Religion and State: Middle Eastern Models.” Dialectics and Gender. Anthropological Approaches. Eds. Richard R. Randolph, David M. Schneider, May N. Diaz. Boulder, Co.: Westview Press. 240-259; Bib. 455-463.

(1986) Reprinted in Global Studies: The Middle East. 2nd ed. Dushkin Publishing Group, 1988. Reprinted in Women and Power in the Middle East. Eds. Suad Joseph and Susan Slyomovics. Philadelphia: U. of Pennsylvania Press, 2001. 34-40.

(1986) “Women and Politics in the Middle East.” Middle East Reports, Middle East Research and Information Project 138: 3-7.

(1986) “The Study of Women in the Middle East: Investments, Passions and Problems.” International Journal of Middle East Studies 18:501-509.

(1986) “Ruling Elites and the Young: A Comparison of Iraq and Lebanon.” Social Legislation in the Contemporary Middle East. Eds. Laurence O. Michalak and Jeswald W. Salacuse. Berkeley: Institute of International Studies, U. of California. 191-237.

(1984) “Local-level Politics and Development in Lebanon: The View From Borj Hammoud.” Local Politics and Development in the Middle East. Eds. Louis J. Cantori and Iliya Harik. Boulder, Co.: Westview Press. 142-165.

(1983) “Working Class Women's Networks in a Sectarian State: A Political Paradox.” American Ethnologist 10.1: 1-22.

(1982) “The Mobilization of Iraqi Women Into the Wage Labor Force.” Studies in Third World Societies 16: 69-90.

(1982) “The Family as Security and Bondage: A Political Strategy of the Lebanese Urban Working Class.” Towards a Political Economy of Urbanization in Third World Countries. Ed. Helen Safa. New Delhi: Oxford U. Press. 151-171. Reprinted in Arab Society in Transition. Eds. Nicholas S. Hopkins and Saad Eddine Ibrahim. Cairo: American U. in Cairo Press. 1985. 241-256.

(1978) “Women and the Neighborhood Street in Borj Hammoud, Lebanon.” Women in the Muslim World. Eds. Lois Beck and Nikki Keddie. Cambridge: Harvard U. Press. 541-557.

(1978) “Strategies of Local Development in the Middle East.” Forum for Middle East Research 2.3: 7- 10.

(1978) “Research Needs in the Middle East: A Sketch.” Forum for Middle East Research in Anthropology 2.3: 5-6.

(1978) “Muslim-Christian Conflicts: A Theoretical Perspective.” Muslim-Christian Conflicts: Economic, Political and Social Origins. Eds. Suad Joseph and Barbara L. K. Pillsbury. Boulder, Co.: Westview Press. 1-60.

(1978) “Muslim-Christian Conflict in Lebanon: A Perspective in the Evolution of Sectarianism.” Muslim-Christian Conflicts: Economic, Political and Social Origins. Eds. Suad Joseph and Barbara L. K. Pillsbury. Boulder, Co.: Westview Press. 63-90.

(1978) “Counter-Institutions or Institutions: Structural Constraints and Potential of Women's Networks in an Urban Lower Class Lebanese Neighborhood.” Women's Resources and Research Center Working Paper Series. UC Davis.

(1977) with Lourdes Casals, Achola Pala, and Ann Seidman. “Women and Development.” A Wingspread Workshop. Racine, WI: Johnson Foundation.

(1977) “Zaynab: An Urban Working Class Lebanese Woman.” Middle Eastern Muslim Women Speak. Eds. Elizabeth W. Fernea & Basima Q. Bezirgan. Austin: U. of Texas Press. 359- 371.

(1975) “Lebanon: Youth Volunteer Service.” A Survey of Eight Countries: Service by Youth. New York: United Nations.

(1973) with Lyn Jacobs. “Anthropology.” Funk & Wagnalls New Encyclopedia.

(1971) “Youth Volunteer Services in Lebanon.” Beirut: U.N. Social Welfare Services Section. 10-107.

(1971) “The Socio-Economic Situation of Youth in Selected Countries in the Middle East.” Researched and rewrote paper by Nadr Atasi. Prepared for U.N. Economic and Social Office in Beirut Conference on National Youth Policies in the Middle East. Beirut: United Nations.

(1971) “Situation and Prospects of National Youth Policies, Programmes and Services in Selected Countries of the Middle East.” Researched and rewrote paper by Nadr Atasi. U.N. Economic and Social Office in Beirut Conference on National Youth Policies in the Middle East. Beirut: United Nations.

(1971) “Environmental Implications of Urban Settlements: Issues of Urban Ecology in the Middle East.” Prepared for U.N. Economic and Social Office in Beirut Conference on Environment and Urban Problems in the Middle East. Beirut: United Nations.

(1970) “The Implications of Early Childhood Education.” Urban Development Corp. Child Care. Interim Report Childcare Facilities. New York State Urban Development Corporation.

(1968) “Judeide El Marjayoun: Perception of Problems.” Beirut. National YWCA of Lebanon.

(1964) “Where the Twain Shall Meet: The Lebanese in Cortland County.” Folklore Quarterly, New York, 20.3: 175-191.

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