2023 – The Diaspora Strikes Back: Muslim resistances to Metacolonialism and the White Civilisational Project (Under Review).

2017 – Young Muslim Change-Makers: Grassroots Charities Rethinking Modern Societies, London: Routledge.

Articles in peer-reviewed journals

2018 – “Spaces and modes of Muslim community organisation(s) in Paris and London,” Francosphères, Volume 7, issue 2, pp. 219-32.

2017 – “Islam as a Matrix: Young Muslim Volunteers Blurring the Lines Between Mundane and Sacred,” Method and Theory in the Study of Religion, Volume 29, issue 2, pp. 181-204.

2016 – “Neo-Liberal Not-For-Profits: The Embracing of Corporate Culture in European Muslim Charities,” Journal of Muslim Minority Affairs, Volume 36, number 3, August 2016, pp 383-398.

Book Chapters

2019 – “When trauma and citizenship intersect: British Muslims volunteering for mental health services,” in M Peucker and M. Reyhan Kayikci (eds.), Muslim volunteering in the West: between Islamic ethos and citizenship. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan, pp. 161-178.

2018 – “People do not convert but change: critical analysis of concepts of spiritual transitions,” in K. Van Niewkerk (ed.), Moving in and out Islam. Houston: Texas University Press, pp. 27-43.

2016 – “Muslim Charities in Europe: redefining a positive image of Islam in the public sphere at a grassroots level. The case of France and Poland,” in Y. Suleiman and P. Anderson (eds.), Muslims in the UK and Europe II. Cambridge:  Centre of Islamic Studies, pp 114-126.

2015 – “Charités musulmanes en Europe: vers une image positive des Musulmans dans l’espace public ? Etude de cas en Pologne et en France” in N. Göle and R. Id Yassine (eds.), En-quête de l’islam Européen. Paris:  Halfa, pp. 152-171.

Public Dissemination

2021 – The government is the biggest threat to French academic freedom, The Times Higher Education, 05 March 2021

2021 – Beyond the Explorer Mindset: How to Create Responsible Content as a Western Traveller, Sacred Footsteps, 19 March 2021

2019 – White academics should not shy away from the debate on race, The Times Higher Education, 20 June 2019

2019 – Ramadan: how a new generation of British Muslims are becoming more green, The Conversation, 17 May 2019

2018 – What Amena Khan’s apology tells us about the limits of Muslim ‘success’, Middle East Monitor, 5 February 2018

2016 – Dark Times, Bright Voices: Hope From the Diaspora, the Huffington Post UK, 13 December 2016

2016 – Making of a Cohesive Society: Muslims In Iceland, The Huffington Post UK, 19 May 2016

2015 – Paris Attacks: The Bigger Picture, The Huffington Post UK, 15 November 2015.

2015 – Beyond Islamophobia: Decolonial Fights From An Islamic Perspective, The Huffington Post UK, 30 July 2015.