A Common Justice: The Legal Allegiances of Christians and Jews under Early Islam. Divinations:
Rereading Late Ancient Religion, Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press, 2011
Reviewed by: Ruth Mills Robbins, Comitatus (2012); Milka Levy-Rubin, TMR (2012); Jessica Marglin, H-Judaic (2012); Marc Herman, YU Center for Jewish Law blog (2013); Luke B. Yarbrough, HC (2012); Leor Halevi, AHR (2013); Lena Salaymeh, ICMR (2013); Nimrod Hurvitz, Historia (2013) [in Hebrew]; Dorothea Weltecke, JESHO (2013); David Freidenreich, JQR (2013)
Apostasy and Religious Encounters: Conversion to Islam and the Endurance of Late Antiquity. In process; expected submission: August 2015.
Jews, Christians and Muslims in Medieval and Early Modern Times: A Festschrift in Honor of Mark R. Cohen, co-editor
with Arnold E. Franklin, Roxani Eleni Margariti, and Marina Rustow. Leiden: Brill (Christians and Jews in Muslim Societies), in press
Articles in peer-reviewed journals:
“The Biblical Narrative in the Annales of Saʿīd ibn Baṭrīq and the Question of Medieval Byzantine-
Orthodox Identity,” Islam and Christian Muslim Relations 22/1 (2011): 37-55.
“The Christians Whose Force is Hard: Non-Ecclesiastical Judicial Authorities in the Early Islamic
Period,” Journal of the Economic and Social History of the Orient 53/4 (2010): 579-620.
“Communal Boundaries Reconsidered: Jews and Christians Appealing to Muslim Authorities in the
Medieval Near East,” Jewish Studies Quarterly 14/4 (2007): 328-363.
Articles in peer-reviewed conference proceedings:
“Conversion, Apostasy, and Penance: The Shifting Identities of the First Generations of Muslim
Converts.” In Arietta Papaconstantinnou et al (eds.), Conversion in Late Antiquity: Christianity, Islam, and Beyond. Aldershot: Ashgate, forthcoming
“Motifs of a South-Melkite Affiliation in the Annales of Saʿīd ibn Baṭrīq.” In Sofía Torallas Tovar and
Juan Pedro Monferrer-Sala (eds.), Cultures in Contact Transfer of Knowledge in the Mediterranean Context. 243-254. CNERU (Cordoba Near Eastern Research Unit). Beirut: CEDRAC (Centre de Documentation et de Recherches Arabes Chrétiennes) – Oriens Academic, 2013)
“Legislating Boundaries: Geonic Response to Islamic Challenges.” In Avinoam Rosenak and
Daphna Schreiber (eds.), The Halakhah: Hidden and Visible Conceptual and Ideological Contexts, 153-166. Jerusalem. Magnes Press and Van Leer Institute, 2012 [in Hebrew].
Peer-reviewed book chapters:
“Justice.” In Guy Stroumsa and Adam Silverstein (eds.), The Oxford Handbook for Abrahamic Religions.
Oxford: Oxford University Press. Under review/commissioned
“The Pact of ʿUmar in Context: Interfaith Ties in the Early Islamic Period.” In Erica Hunter (ed.),
Minority Religions in the Modern Middle East and North Africa. London: IB Tauris, 2012. Forthcoming/commissioned
“Are Geonic Responsa a Reliable Source for the Study of Jewish Conversion to Islam? A Comparative Analysis of Legal Sources.” In Arnold E. Franklin et al (eds.), Jews, Christians and Muslims in Medieval and Early Modern Times: A Festschrift in Honor of Mark R. Cohen. Leiden: Brill (Christians and Jews in Muslim Societies), in press
“Part one of Išoʿbokt’s Book of Laws.” In Youval Rotman (ed.), A Hebrew Anthology of
Syriac Writings. Tel Aviv: Tel Aviv University Press [in Hebrew]. Under Review
“Saʿīd ibn Baṭrīq.” Christian-Muslim Relations: A Bibliographical History, vol. 2. Edited by David
Thomas et al. Leiden: Brill, 2011, pp. 224-233. Commissioned
Non–peer reviewed conference proceedings:
“Blessed are the Peace Makers: An Ecclesiastical Definition of Authority in the Early Islamic Period.” In
David Shulman (ed.), Mediations on Authority, 101-127. Martin Buber Society of Fellows Notebook Series; Jerusalem: Magnes Press, 2013.