2011      Dalia Abdelhady. The Lebanese Diaspora: The Arab Immigrant Experience in New York, Montreal and Paris. New York University Press.

Reviews: Migration Studies, L’Orient le Jour, Journal of World History, The Levantine Review

Peer-Reviewed Articles and Book Chapters

2019        Dalia Abdelhady, “Global Discourses and Dynamics of Migration Crises.” In The Oxford Handbook of Migration Crises, edited by Cecilia Menjivar, Marie Ruiz, and Emmanuel Ness, Oxford University Press.

2018        Dalia Abdelhady and Gina Fristedt Malmberg, “Media Representation of the Syrian Refugee Crisis: Islam, Securitization and Self-Reflection.” In Anti-Judaism, Islamophobia, and Interreligious Hermeneutics: How Conflicts in the Middle East and Beyond Shape the Way We See the Religious Other, edited by Emma O’Donnell, Brill Publishers.

2016       Matthew Clare and Dalia Abdelhady, “No Longer a Waltz Between Red Wine and Mint Tea: The Portrayal of the Children of Immigrants in French Newspapers (2003-2013),” International Journal of Intercultural Relations, 50: 13-28. pdf

2015       Dalia Abdelhady, “Lebanese Women Transnational Immigrant Experiences: A Gendered Geographies of Power Approach,” in Rita Stephan and Guita Hourani (eds.). Women of Lebanon: The Story of Migrants and Residents. Abelian Publishing.

2015       Dalia Abdelhady, Karin Aggestam, Dan-Erik Andersson, Olof Beckman, Ronny Berndtsson, Karin Broberg Palmgren, Kaveh Madani, Umut Ozkirimli, Kenneth M. Persson, and Petter Pilesjo, “The Nile and the Grand Ethniopian Renaissance Dam: Is There a Meeting Point between Nationalism and Hydrosolidarity? Journal of Contemporary Water Research and Education, 155, 73-82. pdf

2014       Amy Lutz, Yaël Brinbaum and Dalia Abdelhady, “The Transition from School to Work for Children of Immigrants with Lower-Level Educational Credentials in the United States and France,” Comparative Migration Studies, 2 (2): 227-254. pdf

2013       Richard Alba, Roxanne Silberman, Dalia Abdelhady, Yaël Brinbaum and Amy Lutz, “From School to Work: The Transition to the Labor Market in France and the US,” In Richard Alba and Jennifer Holdaway (Eds.). The Children of Immigrants at School: A Comparative Look at Integration in the United States and Western Europe. New York: New York University Press.

2013       Dalia Abdelhady, “The Sociopolitical History of Arabs in the US: Assimilation, Ethnicity and Global Citizenship,” In Sylvia Nassar-McMillan, Julie Hakim-Larson, May Darwish-Yassine and Kristine Ajrouch (Eds.). Behavioral Care for Arab Americans: Perspectives on Culture, Psycho-Social Development, and Health. New York: Springer Publishing.

2011      Richard Alba, Dalia Abdelhady, Tariq Islam, and Karen Marotz. “Downward Assimilation and Mexican Americans: An Examination of Intergenerational Advance and Stagnation in Educational Attainment.” In Richard Alba and Mary Waters (Eds.). The Next Generation: Immigrant Youth in a Comparative Perspective. New York: New York University Press.

2011      Dalia Abdelhady. “Gender, Sexuality and the Lebanese Diaspora: Global Identities and Transnational Practices.” In Steven Seidman, Nancy Fischer and Chet Meeks (Eds.) Introducing the New Sexuality Studies: Original Essays and Interviews. New York: Rutledge.

2010       Dalia Abdelhady. “The Myth of Return Revisited: Gendered Perceptions of the Homeland.” In Paul Tabar and Jennifer Skulte-Ouaiss (Eds.) Politics, Culture, and the Lebanese Diaspora. Cambridge: Cambridge Publishing Scholars.

2008      Dalia Abdelhady. “Representing the Homeland: Lebanese Diasporic Notions of Home and Return in a Global Context.” Cultural Dynamics, 20 (1): 53-72.

2007      Dalia Abdelhady. “Cultural Production in the Lebanese Diaspora: Memory, Nostalgia and Displacement. Journal of Political and Military Sociology, 35 (1): 39-62.

2006      Dalia Abdelhady. “Beyond Home/Host Networks: Forms of Solidarity Among Lebanese Immigrants in a Global Era.” Identities: Global Studies in Culture and Power, 13 (3): 427-453.

2005      Richard Alba and Dalia Abdel-Hady. “Galileo’s Children: Italian Americans’ Difficult Entry into the Intellectual Elite.” The Sociological Quarterly, 46 (1): 3-18.

1997      Dale Huntington, Leila Nawar, and Dalia Abdel-Hady. “Women’s Perceptions of Abortion in Egypt.” Reproductive Health Matters, 9 (May): 101-107.

Non-Peer-Reviewed Publications

2017        Matthew Hodes, Melisa Mendoza Vasquez, Dimitris Anagnostopoulos, Kalliopi Triantafyllou, Dalia Abdelhady, Karin Weiss, Roman Koposov, Fusun Cuhadaroglu, Johannes Hebebrand, Norbert Skokauska, “Refugees in Europe: National Overview from Key Countries with a Special Focus on Child and Adolescent Mental Health,” European Child and Adolescent Psychiatry. DOI: 10.1007/s00787-017-1094-8.

2013      Dalia Abdelhady, May Aldabbagh and Ghalia Gargani, Women and Globalization in the GCC: Negotiating States, Agency and Social Change. Proceedings Report. Dubai School of Government.

2010      Race and Classification: The Case of Mexican America (by Ilona Katzew and Susan Deans-Smith (Eds.) Ethnic and Racial Studies, 33 (10): 1840-1841.

2008      Studies in Social Organization: Ethnicity, Class, and Politics (by George A. Kourvetaris). Journal of Political and Military Sociology, 37 (1): 298-300.

2004      Muslims in the United States: The State of Research (by Karen Armstrong) Social Forces, 83 (1): 444-445.