Jamal, Amaney A., and Helen Milner. “Economic Self-Interest, Information and Trade Preferences: Evidence from an Experiment in Tunisia. Review of International Political Economy.” Review of International Political Economy (2019): n. pag.
Bush, Sarah, and Amaney Jamal. “Anti-Americanism, Authoritarianism, and Attitudes about Women in Politics: Evidence from a Survey Experiment in Jordan.” International Studies Quarterly 59.1 (2015): 34–45.
Jamal, Amaney, Mark Beissinger, and Kevin Mazur. “Explaining Divergent Revolutionary Coalitions: Regime Strategies and the Structuring of Participation in the Tunisian and Egyptian Revolutions.” Journal of Comparative Politics (2015): n. pag. Print.
Creighton, Mathew J., Amaney Jamal, and Natalia C. Malancu. “Has Opposition to Immigration Increased in the United States After the Economic Crisis?.” International Migration Review 49.3 (2014): n. pag.
Jamal, Amaney, Michael Hoffman, and Marc Lynch. “Political Attitudes of Youth Cohorts.” The Arab Uprisings Explained: The New Contentious Politics in the Middle East . Columbia University Press, 2014.
Jamal, Amaney, Vickie Langohr, and Abbas Kandhim. “The Improvement of Women’s Rights in the Arab World.” Governance in the Middle East and North Africa: A Handbook. Routledge, 2013.
Jamal, Amaney et al. “Demographics, Political Participation, and Representation.” The Cambridge Companion on American Islam. Oxford, 2013.
Background Paper on Democratic Governance and Women’s Rights in the Middle East and North Africa (MENA). . The International Development Research Centre (IDRC) and the Women’s Rights and Citizenship (WRC) Program, 2010. Print.
Jamal, Amaney, Alan Wolf, and Ira Katznelson. “Muslim Americans: Enriching or Depleting American Democracy.” Democracy and Religion. Princeton: Princeton University Press, 2010.
Maggio, Paul Di, Patricia Fernandez, and Amaney Jamal. “Inside and Outside the Box: The Politics of Arab American Identity and Artistic Representations.” Art in the Lives of Immigrant Communities in the U.S. N.p., 2010.
Jamal, Amaney, and Sally Howell. “Belief and Belonging: How Churches and Mosques Matter in Arab (and Chaldean) Detroit.” Citizenship and Crisis: Arab Detroit After 9-11. N.p., 2009. Print.
Jamal, Amaney, Sally Howell, and Katherine Ewing. “The Aftermath of the 9 11 Attacks Among Arab Americans: Detroit Exceptionalism and the Limits of Political Incorporation.” Citizenship and Crisis: Arab Detroit After 9-11. N.p., 2009.
Jamal, Amaney, and Wayne Baker. “Values, Formative Experience and Intergroup Contact.” Citizenship and Crisis: Arab Detroit After 9-11. Russell Sage Foundation, 2009. Print.
Jamal, Amaney, Nadine Naber, and Abdulkader Si. “Mainstream America’s Silence: The Racialization of Arab Americans.” Race and Arab Americans After 9-11: From Invisible Citizens to Visible Subjects. Syracuse University Press, 2008. Print.