Allam, Nermin. 2017. Women and the Egyptian Revolution: Engagement and Activism during the 2011 Arab Uprisings, Cambridge University Press.
Nermin Allam with Magdalena Karolak, eds. 2020. Gulf Cooperation Council Culture and Identities in the New Millennium: Resilience, Transformation, (Re)Creation and Diffusion. Contemporary Gulf Studies. Palgrave Macmillan.
Chapters, Peer Reviewed:
Allam, Nermin. 2019. “Affective Encounters: Women, Hope, and Activism in Egypt.” In Ideology and Politics:The Challenges of Democratic Transition, edited by Dalia Fahmy and Eid Mohamed, 135 -155.Bloomington: Indiana University Press.
Allam, Nermin. 2019. “Modesty Discourses: Middle East and North Africa.” Encyclopedia of Women and Islamic Culture, edited by Suad Joseph. New York: Brill.
, Nermin. 2013. “The Rentier State Theory from a Critical Realist Perspective.” In
Africa Yesterday, Today & Tomorrow: Exploring the Multi-dimensional Discourses on “Development”
, ed. Tope Oriola, Ernest Kaleema, and Nathan Andrew, 215–230. United Kingdom: Cambridge Scholars.
Refereed Journal Articles:
Allam, Nermin. "Smoke and Mirrors: State-Sponsored Feminism in Post-uprising Egypt." Social Research: An International Quarterly, vol. 86 no. 1, 2019, p. 365-386.
Allam, Nermin. 2014. “Activism and Exception in Covering Egypt’s Uprising: A Critical Reading of the New York Times Representation of Female Protestors.” Sociology of Islam. Special Issue: Contemporary Social Movements in the Middle East and Beyond (5): 310- 327.
Allam, Nermin. 2014. “Blesses and Curses: Virtual Dissidence as a Contentious Performance in the Arab Spring’s Repertoire of Contention.” International Journal of Communication (8): 853–70.
Allam, Nermin. 2013. “Ablā al-Kahlāwy.” The Oxford Encyclopedia of Islam and Politics. New York: Oxford University Press.
Zuhur, Sherifa and Nermin Allam. 2013. “Women and Politics.” The Oxford Encyclopedia of Islam and Women. New York: Oxford University Press.
Newspaper Articles, Magazines and Blogs Non-Peer Reviewed:
Allam, Nermin. 2019. “Researching Hope and Failed Expectations.” American Political Science Association - MENA Newsletter, Spring 2019.
Allam, Nermin. 2019. “Analysis | How Saudi Arabia Uses Women’s Rights Reforms against Women’s Rights and Reform.” Washington Post, March 29, 2019, sec. Monkey Cage Analysis https://www.washingtonpost.com/politics/2019/03/29/womens-rights-activists-released-bailsaudi- arabia/.
Allam, Nermin. 2018. “High Cost of Silence: Khashoggi and Women’s Rights Activists in Saudi Arabia.” The Globe Post. October 26, 2018. https://theglobepost.com/2018/10/26/khashoggiwomen- rights-saudi-arabia/.
Allam, Nermin.2018. “Saudi Women Can Drive, but Are Their Voices Being Heard?” The Conversation. August 18, 2018. http://theconversation.com/saudi-women-can-drive-but-aretheir- voices-being-heard-99183.
Allam, Nermin. 2018. “Women and The Egyptian Revolution.” American Political Science Association - MENA Newsletter, Spring 2018.
Allam, Nermin. “Despite New Limitations, Egyptian Women Are Still Active,” Washington Post, May 5, 2017, sec. Analysis, https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/monkeycagewp/2017/05/05/despite-new-limitations-egyptian-women-are-still-active/
Allam, Nermin. “Activism amidst Disappointment.” Seminar, March, 2016.
Nermin Allam, “Locating Hope: Women’s Activism in Post-Uprising Egypt,” AlbertaPoliBlog, Department of Political Science, University of Alberta, March, 2016, http://albertapoliblog.blogspot.ca/2016/03/locating-hope-womens-activism-in-post.html
Nermin Allam, “What Holds Next? The Politics of Disappointment,” Middle East Centre, The London School of Economics and Political Science, August, 2015, http://blogs.lse.ac.uk/mec/2015/08/11/what-holds-next-the-politics-of-disappointment/
Allam, Nermin. “Op Ed: Egyptian street a gender battlefield.” Edmonton Journal June 4, 2012. sec. Ideas: A17.
Women and Gender Studies Program, Center for the Study of Genocide and Human Rights