*BKA (monograph), EDB (edited volume), CEW (chapter in edited volume), PAJ (article in refereed academic journals), OPO (other publications), EP (electronic publications)
1991 Al-Rasheed M Politics in an Arabian Oasis: the Rashidi Tribal Dynasty. London: I.B. Tauris, pp. 300.
1998 Al-Rasheed M Iraqi Assyrian Christians in London: the Construction of Ethnicity New York: the Edwin Mellen Press, pp. 233.
2002 Al-Rasheed M A History of Saudi Arabia. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, pp. 255.
2005 Al-Rasheed, M. mazaq al-islah fi al-saudiyyah fi al-qarn al-wahid wa al-ishrin London: al-Saqi, pp. 182.
2007Al-Rasheed, M. Contesting the Saudi State: Islamic voices of a new generation. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
EDITED BOOKS (EDB)
2004 Al-Rasheed M. & Vitalis. R. (eds.) Counter-Narratives: History, Contemporary Society and Politics in Saudi Arabia and Yemen. New York: Palgrave.
2005Al-Rasheed M (ed.) Transnational Connections and the Arab Gulf. London: Routledge.
OTHER PUBLICATIONS PAJ
1987 Al-Rasheed M ‘The Process of Chiefdom Formation as a Function of Sedentary Nomadic Interaction: the case of the Shammar of North Arabia’. Cambridge Anthropology vol. 12(3), pp. 32-40.
1989 Al-Rasheed M ‘Pouvoir et Economie Caravaniere dans une Oasis de l’Arabie du Nord: l’Example de Hail’. Le Nomade, l’Oasis et la Ville. ed. J. Bisson Tours: URBAMA, pp. 225-235.
1991a Al-Rasheed M ‘Invisible and Divided Communities’. Arab Communities in London ed. Riad al Rayess, London: al Rayess Books pp. 1-13.
1992 Al-Rasheed M ‘Political Migration and Downward Socio-Economic Mobility: the Iraqi Community in London’. New Community vol. 18(4), pp. 537-549.
1992 Al-Rasheed M ‘Durable and Non-Durable Dynasties: the Rashidis and Saudis in Central Arabia’. British Journal of Middle Eastern Studies vol. 19(2), pp. 144-153.
PAJ 1993 Al-Rasheed M ‘The Meaning of Marriage and Status in Exile: the Experience of Iraqi Women’. Journal of Refugee Studies vol. 6(2), pp. 89-104.
1994 Al-Rasheed M ‘The Myth of Return: Iraqi Arabs and Assyrian Refugees in London’. Journal of Refugee Studies vol. 7(2/3), pp. 199-219.
1994 Al-Rasheed M ‘The Rashidi Dynasty: Political Centralisation among the Shammar of North Arabia’. New Arabian Studies vol. 2, pp.140-152.
1995 Al-Rasheed M ‘Dynastie durable et non-durable: les al Rachid et les Saud en Arabie centrale’. Maghreb-Machrek, no. 147, pp 13-25.
1995 Al-Rasheed M ‘In Search of Ethnic Visiblity: Iraqi Assyrian Christians in London’. Post Migration Ethnicity ed. G. Baumann and T. Sunier. The Hague: Martinus Nijhoff International, pp. 10-35.
1995 Al-Rasheed M ‘North Arabia through Musil’s Telescope’. Archiv Orientalni vol. 63(4), pp. 446-454.
1995 Al-Rasheed M ‘Iraqi Assyrians in London: Beyond the Immigrant Refugee Divide’. Journal of the Anthropological Society of Oxford, vol. xxvi (3), pp. 241-255.
1996 Al-Rasheed M & Al-Rasheed L ‘The Politics of Encapsulation: Saudi Policy towards Tribal and Religious Opposition’. Middle Eastern Studies vol. 32(1), pp. 96-119.
1996 Al-Rasheed M ‘Islamic Opposition Discourse in Saudi Arabia’ Current History vol 95(597), pp. 16-22.
1996 Al-Rasheed M ‘Religious Revival and Tribal Cohesion: the Fragmentation of the Shammar under Wahhabism’. The Anthropology of Tribal and Peasant Societies ed. C. Salzman & U. Fabietti, Como-Pavia: Ibis, pp. 437-445.
1996 Al-Rasheed M ‘The Other-Other Population in the 1991 Census of Great Britain’. Ethnic Minorities in Britain ed. C. Peach HMSO: OPCS, pp. 206-220.
1996 Al-Rasheed M ‘God, King and the Nation: the Rhetoric of Politics in Saudi Arabia in the 1990s’. The Middle East Journal vol. 50(3), pp. 359-371.
1996 Al-Rasheed M ‘The Shammar, Banu’. Encyclopaedia of Islam Leiden: Brill, pp. 290-291.
1996 Al-Rasheed M ‘Mirage in the Desert’. Index on Censorship vol. 4, pp. 73-76.
1997 Al-Rasheed M ‘La Couronne et le Turban: l’Etat Saoudien a la rechereche d’une nouvelle legitimite’. Les Etats Arabes Face a la Contestation Islamiste ed. B. Qudmani-Darwish & M. Chartouni-Dubary, Paris: Armand Colin, IFRI Publications, pp. 71-97.
1998a Al-Rasheed M ‘The Shia of Saudi Arabia: a Minority in Search of Cultural Authenticity’. British Journal of Middle Eastern Studies vol. 25(1), pp. 121-138.
1999 Al-Rasheed M ‘Evading State Control: Political Protest and Technology in Saudi Arabia’. The Anthropology of Power ed. A. Cheater. ASA Monograph, London: Routledge, pp. 149-162.
1999 Al-Rasheed M ‘Political Legitimacy and the Production of History: the Case of Saudi Arabia’. New Frontiers in Middle East Security ed. L. Martin. New York: St Martin’s Press, pp. 25-46.
2000 Al-Rasheed M ‘Robert Montagne and the Shammar of North Arabia: The Poetics of Politics.’ La Sociologie Musulmane de Robert Montagne . F. Pouillion & D. Rival (eds.). Paris: Maisonneuve & Larose, pp. 69-78.
Article, News Paper
2001 Al-Rasheed, M. ‘L’Arabie saoudite, prisonniere de sa geographie,’ Le Monde 7 October .
2002a Al-Rasheed, M. ‘Deux predecesseurs de Ben Laden’. Critique Internationales. October/17: 35-43.
2003a Al-Rasheed M ‘Tribal Confederations and Emirates in Arabia.’ In Tribes and Power: Nationalism and Ethnicity in the Middle East eds. F. Abdul-Jabar & H. Dawod. London: Saqi. Pp. 214-233.
2005 Al-Rasheed M. ‘Transnational Connections and National Identity: Zanzibari Omanis in Muscat’. In Connections and Identities: Understandings of the Arab Gulf. eds. P. Dresch & J. Piscatori. London: I.B. Tauris. Pp. 96-113.
2005 ‘Saudi religious transnationalism in London’. In ed. M. Al-Rasheed Transnational Connections and the Arab Gulf. London: Routledge. Pp. 149-167.
2005 ‘Localising the transnational and transnationalising the local’. In Transnational Connections and the Arab Gulf. ed. M. Al-Rasheed London: Routledge. Pp. 1-18.
2005 Al-Rasheed M ‘ Diaspora: Iraqi’ Encyclopaedia of Global Migration. California: Clio/ABC.
2005 Al-Rasheed M ‘Circles of Power: Royals and Saudi Society’ in P. Aarts and G. Nonneman (eds.) Saudi Arabia in the Balance. Leiden. Pp. 185-213.
2006 Al-Rasheed M ‘Saudi Arabia: the Challenge of the Iraqi Invasion of Iraq” in R. Fawn and R. Hinnebusch (eds.) The Iraq War: Causes and Consequences. London: Lynne Rienner Press. Pp. 153-161.
Al-Rasheed, M. Money Replaces Ideas as Petitioners’ Silence Leaves Saudi Reform at an Impasse, 8 April 2006 at Saudidebate.com Al-Rasheed, M. Princely Power to Test Succession Plan, 10 May 2006 at Saudidebate.com
Al-Rasheed, M. Saudis in Quest for a “Luther” to Bring Tolerant Islam, 11 June 2006 at Saudidebate.com
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