Peer Reviewed Articles:
Darwish, S. (submitted) ‘Flowers in Uncertain Times: Islamic Vegetal Modalities and the Scent of Revolution in Tunisia’, Ethnos. Oxford: Taylor Francis.
Darwish, S. (2018) ‘Balad el-Ziblé (Country of Rubbish): Moral Geographies of Waste in Post-revolutionary Tunisia’, Anthropological Forum. Perth: Taylor Francis.
Editor Reviewed Articles
Accepted “Phosphorus: Life and its Limiting Factors” in The Anthropogenic Table of Elements, Theorizing the Contemporary, Cultural Anthropology website.
Darwish, S. (2017) ‘Of Waste and Revolutions: Environmental Legacies of Authoritarianism in Tunisia’,
In Dorothy L. Hodgson & Judith A. Byfield, eds, Global Africa. Berkeley: University of California Press.
Darwish, S. (2009) ‘A Subaltern History of Lebanese Conflicts: Civil Society-Based Nonviolence Activism in Times of Hostility 1975 – 2008’ in Active Nonviolence in the Middle East. Damascus: Maaber Press.
Darwish, S. (2018) Associational Restrictions: An Assessment of Civic Space in Morocco. Washington DC: International Center for Non-Profit Law.
Darwish, S. (2009) Challenges to Civil Society-Based Peacebuilding in the MENA .
Beirut: Peacebuilding Academy