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
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.
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.