Articles

“The piety of health: The making of health in Islamic religious narratives” in Reflections on Islamic Bioethics, Aasim Padela, and Afifi Al-Akiti (Eds), London: Ashgate (forthcoming) 

“‘Until God showed us the path’: Adab, diraya and intentions in early Hadith” The Bulletin of the School of Oriental and African Studies (BSOAS) [forthcoming] 

“Islam-Intensified: Snapshot historiography and the making of Muslim identities,” Journal of Postcolonial Studies 22, no. 2. (2019) Pp. 203-219. [article]

“Illness and the city: Preliminary notes on the place of hospitals in Muslim pietistic spaces,” Journal of Islamic and Muslim Studies 3, no. 2. (2019) Pp. 1-20. [article]

“Two students and a corpse: The semantics of disgust in the making of colonial knowledge,” History and Technology 34, no. 1 (2018). Pp. 79-88. [article]

“Eliminate the Muslim: Timeplay in the making of postcolonial future ethnoreligious identities” Harvard Divinity School Bulletin, Spring 2018. [article]

 “In a clear Arabic tongue: Arabic, Science and the Medieval Islamicate Linguistic Regimes,” Isis: A Journal of the History of Science Society, 108:4, 2017. [article]

“Making History: Identity, Progress and the Modern-Science Archive,” Journal of Early Modern History, 21, 2017. Pp. 1-12. [article]

“Monsters and Patients: An Archeology of Medicine, Colonialism and Modernity,” History and Theory, 55:4, 2016. Pp. 112-30. [article]

“One, Two or More Sexes: Sex Differentiation in Medieval Islamicate Medical Thought,” Journal of the History of Sexuality, 24: 3, 2015. Pp. 428-54. [article]

“History of Science,” Women and Islamic Cultures: Disciplinary Paradigms and Approaches 2003-2013, edited by Suad Joseph, Boston, Leiden: Brill, 2013. Pp. 151-75. [link]

“Prophetic Traditions and Modern Medicine in the Middle East: Resurrection, Reinterpretation, and Reconstruction,” Journal of the American Oriental Society, 132:4, 2012. Pp. 657-73. [article]

“Epistemic Authority of Women in the Medieval Middle East”, HAWWA: Journal of Women in the Middle East and Islamic World, 8:2, 2010. Pp. 181-216. [article]

“Madman Walking: The Image of the Mad in Egyptian Press”, Egypte-Monde Arabe, Troisième Série, 4, 2007. Pp. 227-246. [article]

“Islam and Science” in Routledge Companion to Religion and Science, ed. James W. Haag, Gregory R. Peterson, Michael L. Spezio, London: Routledge, 2011. Pp. 45-57 [link]

Commentaries, Book reviews and Encyclopedia Entries

“Hospitals,” In Peter E. Pormann (ed.), 1001 Cures: Contributions in Medicine and Healthcare from Muslim Civilisation (Manchester: Foundation for Science Technology and Civilisation, 2017)

“Al-Andalus, Cosmological Ideas.” In Encyclopedia of Astrobiology, Ricardo Amils, et. al. (Eds). Berlin: Springer, 2015

“Planetary Theories and Cosmology, Islamic Theories.” In Encyclopedia of Astrobiology, Ricardo Amils, et. al. (Eds). Berlin: Springer, 2015

With Allyssa Metzger. “Ikhwan Al-Safa.” In Encyclopedia of Astrobiology, Ricardo Amils, et. al. (Eds). Berlin: Springer, 2015

With Allyssa Metzger. “Al-Tūsī, Nasir Al-Dīn.” In Encyclopedia of Astrobiology, Ricardo Amils, et. al. (Eds). Berlin: Springer, 2015

With Allyssa Metzger. “Al-Bīrūnī, Abū Rayḥān.” In Encyclopedia of Astrobiology, Ricardo Amils, et. al. (Eds). Berlin: Springer, 2015

“Commentary on De Pee.” Fragments: Interdisciplinary approaches to the study of ancient and medieval pasts 2, (2012)

“Leigh Chipman, the World of Pharmacy and Pharmacists in Mamlūk Cairo. (Sir Henry Wellcome Asian Series, 8.) Leiden and Boston: Brill, 2010. Pp. Ix, 318; Tables. $154. Isbn: 978-9004176065.” Speculum 87, no. 01 (2012): 196-97

Articles and Book Sections in Preparation

“Sira and Asbab al-Nuzul: Context as Commentary” in The Routledge Companion to the Quran, Daniel A. Madigan, and Maria Massi Dakake (Eds.), London: Routledge, 2019 (forthcoming)

 “Scientific Expertise and the Making of Islamic Legal Opinions: An Analysis of ‘medical Fatwas” [In preparation]

“Translation and the Making of a Medical Archive: The Case of the Islamic ‘Translation Movement’” [In preparation for a special issue of Osiris Journal)