For a listing of Alex Shams’ academic work as well as access to articles, chapters, and book reviews, please review his Academia.edu page.
2021 “From guests of the Imam to unwanted foreigners: the politics of South Asian pilgrimage to Iran in the twentieth century” in Middle Eastern Studies.
2019 “Why do Palestinians burn Jewish holy sites?: The fraught history of Joseph’s Tomb” in Jerusalem Quarterly. Issue 78 (2019): 77-85.
2016 “Revolutionary Religiosity and Women’s Access to Higher Education in the Islamic Republic of Iran” in Journal of Middle Eastern Women’s Studies. 12.1 (2016): 126-138.
2015 “Between al-Khader and Nabi Rubeen: Religious Pilgrimage and Palestinian Shared Worlds of Meanings” in Jerusalem Quarterly. Issue 63 (2015): 95-104.
2019 “If not for the Revolution: How higher education became an ‘Islamic right’ for religious Iranian women” in Women, Islam, and Education in Iran, Routledge, 2019.
2016 “Are Iranians people of color?: Persian, Muslim, and model minority race politics” in White privilege : essential readings on the other side of racism, Worth.
2015 “Urban Space and the Production of Gender in Modern Iran” in The Funambulist Papers Volume 2.
2018 Review of “Hollow Land” by Eyal Weizman in the Journal of Palestine Studies: XLVII (Winter 2018): 88-89.
Arabic: Fluent in Reading, Writing, and Speaking (Levantine)
Persian: Fluent in Reading, Writing, and Speaking
Spanish: Fluent in Reading, Writing, and Speaking
Turkish: Professional in Reading, Writing, and Speaking
French: Professional in Reading, Writing, and Speaking
Uzbek: Intermediate in Reading