Rhetoric and Recollection: Recounting the George W. Bush Administration’s Case for War in Iraq. Presidential Studies Quarterly. Co-authored with Babak Bahador and Jeremy Moses. (2017).
How the Central Intelligence Agency Recruited Arab Detroit: Government Communication, Interpellation and Citizenship. Communication Review. (2017).
National Security and Police Power in a Global Era. Theory & Event. Co-authored with Elisabeth R. Anker. (2017).
An Unwilling Client: How Hosni Mubarak's Egypt Defied the Bush Administration's ‘Freedom Agenda.’ Cambridge Review of International Affairs (2016).
Remote Negotiations: International Broadcasting as Bargaining in the Information Age. Co-authored with Shawn Powers. International Journal of Communication (2012), 2149–2172.
A New Purpose for International Broadcasting: Subsidizing Deliberative Technologies in Non-Transitioning States. Co-authored with Shawn Powers. Journal of Public Deliberation (2012), 8(1), Article 13.
Social Media and the Activist Toolkit: User Agreements, Corporate Interests, and the Information Infrastructure of Modern Social Movements. Co-authored with Jillian York. Journal of Communication (2012), (62) 2, 315-329.
The Debate over Al Jazeera English in Burlington, VT. Arab Media & Society (2011), Issue 13, Summer.
Can Al Jazeera English Leverage its 'Egypt Moment' into an American Audience? Co-authored with Katie Brown. Arab Media & Society (2011), Issue 12, Spring.
The War on Ideas: Alhurra and US International Broadcasting Law in the ‘War on Terror.’ Westminster Papers in Communication and Culture (2009), Vol. 6, No. 1. pp. 45-68.
Humor Against Hegemony: Al-Hurra, Jokes, and the Limits of American Soft Power. Middle East Journal of Culture and Communication (2009), Vol. 2, No. 1. pp. 76-99.
Graphic Remix: The Lateral Appropriation of Black Nationalism in Aaron McGruder's The Boondocks. The Blacker the Ink: Constructions of Black Identity in Comics and Sequential Art (2015). Frances Gateward and John Jennings (eds.). New Brunswick, NJ: Rutgers University Press.
Al Jazeera English’s Networked Journalism During the 2011 Egyptian Uprising. In Bossio, Diana and Saba Bebawi (eds.), Social Media and the Politics of Reportage: The ‘Arab Spring.’ (2014). Palgrave.
Global Media, Global Cultures: How do Culture and Globalization Influence Each Other? Co-authored with Robin R. Means Coleman. In Baldwin, John R., Robin R. Means Coleman, Alberto González, and Suchitra Shenoy-Packer (eds.). Intercultural Communication for Everyday Life. (2014). John Wiley & Sons, Ltd.
"The Al Jazeera Effect” and “The Streisand Effect.” In Harvey, Kerric (ed.). Encyclopedia of Social Media and Politics (2013). Sage.
Al Jazeera English after the Arab Spring: The Changing Politics of Distribution in the United States. In Al Jazeera English: Global News in a Changing World (2012). Philip Seib (ed.). New York: Palgrave Macmillan.
Domestic Foreign Policy: Arab Detroit as an Important Place in the War on Terror. In Arab Detroit 9/11: The Terror Decade (2011). Nabeel Abraham, Andrew Shryock and Sally Howell (eds.). Detroit: Wayne State University Press.
Rightscon 2017 Remarks: The Right to Compute: The Mother of All Digital Rights. Brussels. March 31, 2017 (rough draft).
Israel’s Mixed Message on the Threat of Hamas’ Rockets. Al Jazeera America. July 29, 2014.
Beneath the Gray Lady's Flak Jacket. MERIP Blog. July 28, 2014.
Reverse Engineering a Strategic Communication Campaign via Textual Analysis: The ‘Domestic Foreign Policy’ of the CIA's Recruitment Efforts in Arab Detroit, presented at the International Studies Association conference, 2012. Winner of 2012 Best Paper award in the International Communication section.
Time for a Real Conversation about International Broadcasting. CGCS Media Wire. Co-authored with Shawn Powers. September 21, 2012.
The power of brand to inspire bias: How do perceptions of Al Jazeera English change once the logo’s gone? Nieman Journalism Lab. Co-authored with Katie Brown. March 24, 2011.