Ghabra, Haneen. Muslim Women and White Femininity: Reenactment and Resistance. Peter Lang, (November 2018) Click here for a copy
Ghabra, Haneen, Fatima Zahrae Chrifi Alaoui, Shadee Abdi and Bernadette Marie Calafell. Voices in Middle Eastern and North African Communication and Cultural Studies: Thinking Transnationally. Forthcoming (May 2020)
Ghabra, Haneen, and Marouf Hasian. “World War Z, The Zombie Apocalypse, and the Israeli State’s Monstering of Palestinian “Others.” Journal of Communication and Critical/Cultural Studies. 2020, vol. 17, no.2.
Ghabra, Haneen, and Marouf Hasian. “Tough Love: A Diasporic Critique of the Palestinian Boycott, Divestment, and Sanctions Movement.” Journal of Communication Inquiry. Advanced Online Publication. June 29, 2018.Click here for a copy
Ghabra, Haneen and Bernadette Marie Calafell. “From Failure and Allyship to Feminist Solidarities: Negotiating our Privileges and Oppressions Across Borders.” Text and Performance Quarterly. (2018/4/12). Click here for a copy
Ghabra, Haneen Shafeeq. (Lead Article) “Disrupting Privileged and Oppressed Spaces: Reflecting Ethically on My Arabness through Feminist Autoethnography.” Kaleidoscope: A Graduate Journal of Qualitative Communication Research 14 (2015): 1-16. Web. 17 Jan. 2016. Click here for a copy
Ghabra, Haneen Shafeeq. “Through My Own Gaze: An Arab Feminist Gaze, Struggling With Patriarchal Arabness through Western Hegemony.” Liminalities: A Journal of Performance Studies 11.4 (2015): 1-16. Web. 17 Jan. 2016. Click here for a copy
Ghabra, Haneen. “Beauty and the Beast: An Abusive Tale as Old as Time: Reinforcing Notions of Masculinity, Abuse and Neoliberal Anxiety through Popular Culture.” Monster and the Monstrous-Inter-Discplinary Press 5.2 (2015): 25–40. Print.Click here for a copy
Haneen Ghabra, and Bernadette Calafell. ‘Intersectional Reflexivity and Decolonial Rhetorics from Palestine to Aztlán.’” Rhetorics Elswhere an Otherwise: Contested Modernities, Decolonial Visions, edited by Romeo Garcia and Baca, Damian, National Council of Teachers of English, 2019.Click here for a copy
Ghabra, Haneen et al. “Critical Pedagogy and Intersectional Sexuality: Exploring Our Oppressions and Privileges through Reflexivity, Responsibility and Resistance.” Race, Equity and Higher Education: The Continued Search for Critical and Inclusive Pedagogies around the Globe. Ed. Frank Tuitt, Chayla Haynes, and Saran Stewart. Sterling: Stylus Publishing, 2016. 186–204. Print. Click here for a copy
Al Saif, Bader, and Haneen Ghabra. “Higher Education and Contestation in the State of Kuwait after the Arab Spring: Identity Construction & Ideologies of Domination in the American University of Kuwait.” Education and the Arab Spring: Shifting Toward Democracy. Ed. Eid Mohamed, Hannah Gerber, and Slimane Aboulkacem. Rotterdam: Sense Publishers, 2016. 97–114. Print. Click here for a copy
Ghabra, Haneen, and Bernadette Calafell. “Review of Raka Shome’s Diana and Beyond: White Femininity, National Identity, and Contemporary Media Culture.” Rhetoric and Public Affairs. Vol. 20, No. 1, Spring 2017, pp. 186-189. https://muse.jhu.edu/article/668544
Ghabra, Haneen. “Review of Marouf Hasian’s book: Humanitarian Aid and the Impoverished Rhetoric of Celebrity Advocacy.” Iowa Journal of Communication. Vol. 49, No.2.