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2019“On the Possibility of Urban Citizneship,”
with Sujin Eom, in Being Urban, edited by Nezar AlSayyad and Simon Goldhill. (In progress. Expected 2019)
2018“Bottom-Down Urbanism,”
in Bottom-up Urbanism, edited by Mahyar Arefi and Concrad Kickent. New York: Palgrave. (In Press. Expected 2018)
2018“The Death and Life of the Fundamentalist City: A Prelude to Medieval Modernity,”
in Religious Pluralism and the City, Edited by M. Berking, S. Steeves, and Schwenk. London: Bloomsbury, 2018.
2016“The Arab City, the Middle Eastern City, the Islamic City: Reflections on a Concept.”
In Re-Conceptualizing Boundaries: Urban Design in the Arab World, edited by Robert Saliba. London: Ashgate, 2016.
2013“The Arab ‘Spring’ and the Rise of the Fundamentalist City.”
In Global Prayers: Contemporary Manifestations of the Religious in the City, edited by Jochen Becker,Katrin Klingan, Stephen Lanz, and Kathrin Wildner, 144-156. Baden: Lars Müller Publishers, 2013.
2013“Identity, Culture, and Urbanism: Remarks from Colonialism to Globalization.”
In The Territories of Identity: Architecture in the Age of Evolving Globalisation, edited by Soumyen Bandyopadhyay and Guillermo GarmaMontiel. London: Routledge,2013.
2011“The Sustainability of the Indigenous Vernacular: Interrogating a Myth”
with Gabriel Arboleda. In The Aesthetics of Sustainable Architecture, edited by Sang Lee. Rotterdam: Rotterdam Publishers, 2011.
2010“Culture, Identity and Urbanism: A Historical Perspective from Colonialism and Globalisation.”
In Colonial Modern: Aesthetics of the Past Rebellions for the Future, edited by Tom Avermaete, Serhat Karakayali, and Marion von Osten. London: Black Dog Publishing, 2010.
2009“Planning Lessons of the American Dream: Historical Limitations and Democratizing Potential.”
In Architecture-Design Methods-Inca Structures: Festschrift for Jean-Pierre Protzen, edited by Johanna Delingher, Hans Delingher. Kassel: Kassel University Press, 2009.
2009“Forward.”
In Globalization, Violence, and the Visual Culture of Cities, edited by Christoph Linder. London: Routledge, 2009.
2009“Introduction.”
In Vernacular Architecture and Regional Design, Kingston Heath, London: Elsevier Press, 2009.
2008“From Modernity to Globalization: The Middle East in Context.”
In Modernism and the Middle East: Politics of the Built Environment, edited by Sandy Isenstadt and Kishwar Rizvi. Seattle: University of Washington Press, 2008.
2008“Consuming Heritage or the End of Tradition: The New Challenges of Globalization.”
In New Heritage: New Media and Cultural Heritage, edited by Yehuda Kalay, Thomas Kvan, and Janice Afflect, 155-169. London: Routledge, 2008.
2007“Consuming Tradition, Manufacturing Heritage: Thoughts on Architecture in the Contemporary Moment of Globalization.”
In The Domestic and the Foreign: Globalization in Architecture, edited by Sang Lee and Ruth Baumeister, 179-205. Rotterdam: 010 Publishers, 2007.
2006“Foreword.”
In Vernacular Architecture in the Twenty-First Century: Theory, Education and Practice, edited by Lindsay Asquith and Marcel Vellinga, xvii-xviii. London: Taylor and Francis, 2006.
2006“Whose Cairo?”
In Cairo Cosmopolitan: Politics, Culture, and Urban Space, edited by Paul Amar and Diane Singerman, 539-543. Cairo: American University in Cairo (AUC) Press, 2006.
2005“Ali Mubarak’s Cairo: Between the Testimony of ‘Alamuddinand the Imaginary of the Khitat.”
In Making Cairo Medieval, edited by Nezar AlSayyad, Irene Bierman and Nasser Rabat, 49-66. Lexington Press, 2005.
2004“Manufacturing Urban Heritage, Consuming Cultural Tradition: Implications for a Global History in the Age of Tourism.”
In New Global History and the City, edited by Elliot Morss, 99-115. Massachusetts: New Global History Press, 2004.
1996“Culture, Identity, and Urbanism in a Changing World.”
In Preparing for the Urban Future,edited by Michael Cohen et al., 108-122. Baltimore: Woodrow Wilson Center in association with Johns Hopkins University Press, 1996.
1994“Bayn al-Qasriyn or the Street Between the Two Palaces.”
In Streets : Critical Perspectives on Space, edited by Z. Celik, D. Favro, and R. Ingersol, 71-82. Berkeley: University of California Press, 1994.
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