Under Review

  • Grewal, Sharan. "From Islamists to Muslim Democrats: How Living in Secular Democracies Shaped Tunisia's Ennahda."  PDF icongrewal_seculardiffusion.pdf
  • Grewal, Sharan, and Steve Monroe. "Down and Out: Founding Elections and Disillusionment with Democracy in Egypt and Tunisia."
  • Grewal, Sharan, and Yasser Kureshi. "How to Sell a Coup: Elections as Coup Legitimation."


Working Papers

  • Grewal, Sharan, Amaney Jamal, Tarek Masoud, and Elizabeth Nugent. "Economic Strain and Divine Rewards: The Electoral Advantage of Islamic Political Parties."
  • Grewal, Sharan, Amaney Jamal, Tarek Masoud, and Elizabeth Nugent. "Religion Alleviates Cognitive Strain."
  • Grewal, Sharan, Amaney Jamal, and Tarek Masoud. "Does Islam Induce Altruism?"


Research in Progress

  • Grewal, Sharan. "Who Supports Coups? A List Experiment of Turkey's 2016 Coup Attempt."
  • Grewal, Sharan. "Socializing Civil-Military Relations: the Differential Effects of American and French Training on Tunisian Military Officers."
  • Grewal, Sharan and Matthew Cebul. "Religion and Compromise: Experimental Investigations."
  • Grewal, Sharan and Matthew Cebul. "A New Party of No? Democratic Responses to President Trump."
  • Grewal, Sharan and Robert Kubinec. "The Implosion of Tunisia's Autocratic Successor Party."
  • Co-PI and Tunisia Country Director for: “Religious Authority and U.S. Foreign Policy in the Middle East,” funded by the Henry R. Luce Initiative on Religion in International Affairs.