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Publications & In Preparation

Book

Pupcenoks, J. 2016. Western Muslims and Conflicts Abroad: Conflict Spillovers to Diasporas, New York: Routledge 
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Journal Articles & Book Chapters

Pupcenoks, J., Senzai, F. 2016.“Political Participation of American Muslims in Detroit.” In Minority Voting in the United States, 2nd Volume. Kyle L. Kreider and Thomas J. Baldino, eds.. Santa Barbara, CA: Praeger: 179-201 

Pupcenoks, J., McCabe R. 2013. “The Rise of the Fringe: Right Wing Populists, Islamists, and Politics in the United Kingdom,” (pdf). Journal of Muslim Minority Affairs 33(2): 171-184  

Pupcenoks, J. 2012.“Religion or Ethnicity? Middle Eastern Conflicts and American Arab-Muslim Protest Politics,” (pdf) Nationalism and Ethnic Politics 18(2): 170-192 

Pupcenoks, J. 2012. “Democratic Islamization in Pakistan and Turkey: Lessons for the post-Arab Spring Muslim World,” (pdf) Middle East Journal 66(2): 273-289. Translated into Turkish and published in an edited volume as, "Pakistan ve Türkiye’de Demokratik İslamlaşma: Arap Baharı Ertesinde İslam Dünyası İçin Çıkartılacak Dersler,” In Hazırlayan, Yayına; M. Akif Kireçci (ed), Arap Baharı ve Türkiye Modeli Tartışmaları, Ankara, Turkey: ASEM (The Ankara Center for Political and Economic Research), 2014: 67-90.

 

Book Reviews

Book Review of Amaney Jamal, and Nadine Naber, eds., Race and Arab Americans Before and After 9/11, International Migration Review 45(1): 210-212, 2011

Book Review of Terri Givens, Gary P. Freeman, and David L. Leal, eds., Immigration Policy and Security, Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies 36(7): 1194-1195, 2010


Select Professional Publications

Muslim Migrant Impact on the European Security Agenda: Lessons from Germany, France and the UK, Monograph, Saarbrücken, Germany: VDM Verlag, 2010


Under Review & In Preparation

“The Evolution of Italian Muslim Political Participation,” 

“Let's Intervene! But Only if They're Like Us: The Effects of Group Dynamics and Emotion on the Willingness to Support Humanitarian Intervention,” (with Mike Grillo), revise and resubmit 

 “The Migration-Security Nexus: When are Global Immigrants Viewed as a Threat?” (with Mike Grillo)

“The Influence of Information and Previous Beliefs on Individuals’ Beliefs about the Applicability of the Geneva Conventions to Terrorist Groups” (with Mike Grillo)


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