Forthcoming Books:

  • Edited by Carrie J. Preston, Muhammad H. Zaman, and Marina Lazetic. US and EU Border Externalization Regimes: The Lines They Draw. Anthem Press. To appear in Fall 2023.
  • Carrie J. Preston, John Carrell, Aliza Wong, Chad Cain, and Muhammad Zaman, “Honors Liberal Arts for the 21st Century,” in A Comprehensive Guide to Honors Colleges, ed. Richard Badenhausen (National Collegiate Honors Council, forthcoming 2023).
  • Muhammad H. Zaman. Access Denied: Healthcare and the forcibly displaced. Johns Hopkins University Press. To appear Spring 2023.
  • Muhammad H. Zaman. Weaponizing Infection. (Under contract, The New Press).
  • Muhammad H. Zaman. Dying by the roadside: Refugee health and statecraft in the new state of Pakistan. (Under contract, Johns Hopkins Press).
  • Carrie J. Preston, Complicit Participation: The Liberal Audience for Antiracist Theater (Forthcoming Oxford University Press).

Recently Published Books:

Peer-Reviewed Articles:


  • Bowes, D.A., Driver, E.M., Savic, S. et al. “Integrated multiomic wastewater-based epidemiology can elucidate population-level dietary behaviour and inform public health nutrition assessments.” Nat Food (2023).
  • Ayse Parla. “Hamlet after Genocide: The Haunting of Soghomon Tehlirian and Empirical Fabulation.” Comparative Studies in Society and History, 2023, 1–25. https://doi:10.1017/S0010417522000573.
  • Tarnas, Maia C., Carly Ching, Joleah B. Lamb, Daniel M. Parker, and Muhammad H. Zaman. “Analyzing Health of Forcibly Displaced Communities through an Integrated Ecological Lens”. The American Journal of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene (published online ahead of print 2023). 
  • Trombetta, Isabella. Maritime borders in the Central Mediterranean: Search and Rescue and Access to Asylum.”nales de Derecho, 40, 132–157.




    • Lauren Jacobson, Alexandra Regan, Shirin Heidari & Monica Adhiambo Onyango “Transactional sex in the wake of COVID-19: sexual and reproductive health and rights of the forcibly displaced,” Sexual and Reproductive Health Matters. 2020.
    • Mark Suprenant, Anuraag Gopaluni, Meredith K. Dyson, Najwa Al Dheeb, Fouzia Shafique and Muhammad H. Zaman. A predictive model for healthcare coverage in Yemen. Conflict and Health, 14 (1), 1-16. 2020.
    • Noora Lori. “Migration and Integration: The Case for Liberalism with Borders.” By Tom Farer. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, December 2020. Perspectives on Politics.
    • Noora Lori. “Migration, time, and the shift toward autocracy”. In The shifting border, (Manchester, England: Manchester University Press, March 2020).
    • Wael Bazzi, Antoine G Abou Fayad, Aya Nasser, Louis-Patrick Haraoui, Omar Dewachi, Ghassan Abou-Sitta, Vinh-Kim Nguyen, Aula Abara, Nabil Karah, Hannah Landecker, Charles Knapp, Megan M McEvoy, Muhammad H Zaman, Paul G Higgins, Ghassan M Matar. Heavy Metal Toxicity in Armed Conflicts Potentiates AMR in baumannii by Selecting for Antibiotic and Heavy Metal Co-resistance Mechanisms. Frontiers in Microbiology. 03 Feb 2020.




      • Devika Nadkarni, Hala Ghattas, Imad Elhajj, Zaher Dawy and Muhammad H. Zaman Examining the need & potential for biomedical engineering to strengthen health care delivery for displaced populations & victims of conflict. Conflict and Health. 201711:20.
      • Monica Adhiambo Onyango and Shirin Heidari. “Care with dignity in humanitarian crises: ensuring sexual and reproductive health and rights of displaced populations”, Reproductive Health Matters, (December 2017).
      • Noora Lori. “Statelessness, ‘In-Between’ Statuses, and Precarious Citizenship”, in Ayelet Shachar and others (eds), The Oxford Handbook of Citizenship (2017; online edn, Oxford Academic, 6 Sept. 2017),


      • George T. Kitching, Hanne J. Haavik, Birgit J. Tandstad, Muhammad H. Zaman and Elisabeth Darj. Exploring the Role of Ad Hoc Grassroots Organizations Providing Humanitarian Aid on Lesvos, Greece. PLoS Current Disasters. 2016 Vol 1; doi: 10.1371/currents.dis.bd282cd90ade7d4eb63b6bbdb1904d10.
      • López, L.,Vargas, E., *Hermanto, J. (2016). “Group work with immigrants and refugees.” In L.G. Greif & C. Knight (Eds). Group Work with Populations at Risk. Fourth Edition (pp. 201-220) New York: Oxford University Press.
      • Mockenhaupt Frank P., Barbre Kira A., Jensenius Mogens, Larsen Carsten S., Barnett Elizabeth D., Stauffer William, Rothe Camilla, Asgeirsson Hilmir, Hamer Davidson H., Esposito Douglas H., Gautret Philippe, Schlagenhauf Patricia. “Profile of illness in Syrian refugees: A GeoSentinel analysis, 2013 to 2015.” Euro Surveill. March 2016.
      • Nazli Kibria. “Migration, Incorporation and Change in an Interconnected World.” Social Forum. (September 2016)


      • Krause, S., Williams, H., Onyango, M.A. et al. “Reproductive health services for Syrian refugees in Zaatri Camp and Irbid City, Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan: an evaluation of the Minimum Initial Services Package.” Conflict and Health. (February 2015).


      • Nazli Kibria. “Household Structure and Family Ideologies: The Dynamics of Immigrant Economic Adaptation Among Vietnamese Refugees”. Social Problems, Volume 41, Issue 1, 1 February 1994, Pages 81–96, (July 2014).




      • Ayse Parla. “Undocumented Migrants and the Double Binds of Rights Claims.” differences. May 2011.
      • López, L., & *Vargas E. (2011). En dos culturas: Group work with Latino immigrants and refugees. In L.G. Geoffrey & Ephross (Eds). Group Work with Populations at Risk. Third Edition (pp. 136-152) New York: Oxford University Press.
      • Noora Lori. “National Security and the Management of Migrant Labor: A Case Study of the United Arab Emirates.” Asian and Pacific Migration Journal 20, (September 2011).


      • Hasan, Tahera, and Muhammad Hamid Zaman. “They’re the Invisible Victims of Climate Change.” NPR. NPR, November 9, 2021.
      • Lazetic Marina. “Migration, Extremism, & Dangerous Blame Games: Developments & Dynamics in Serbia.” RESOLVE Network, United States Institute of Peace , November 1, 2021.
      • Lazetic, Marina, and Karen Jacobsen. “The 2021 Hurricane Season Showed Us Isn’t Prepared as Climate-Related Disasters Push People Deeper into Poverty.” The Conversation, September 13, 2022.
      • Lazetic, Marina. Belgrade, Serbia: A Case Study of Refugees in Towns. International Feinstein Center, Case Report. April 2018.
      • Zaman, Muhammad H. “Opinion: Refugees Are Especially Vulnerable to COVID-19. Don’t Ignore Their Needs.” NPR. NPR, March 11, 2020.
      • Zaman, Muhammad Hamid, and Louis Stouch. “Engineering Better Refugee Health Care: By Muhammad Hamid Zaman.” Project Syndicate, December 5, 2017.
      • Zaman, Muhammad Hamid, Liz Cookman, Stefanie Glinski, and Irwin Loy. “’No More Refugees’ Is Not the Answer to Afghanistan’s Crisis.” The New Humanitarian, August 11, 2021.
      • Zaman, Muhammad Hamid. “The Climate-Conflict Nexus: By Muhammad Hamid Zaman.” Project Syndicate, January 31, 2018.