Journal Articles

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). Publisher's Version
Jamal, Amaney A., Sharan Grewal, Tarek Masoud, and Elizabeth Nugent. “Poverty and Divine Rewards: The Electoral Advantage of Islamist Political Parties.” American Journal of Political Science (2019). Publisher's Version
Jamal, Amaney A., Tarek Masoud, and Elizabeth Nugent. “Arab Responses to Western Hegemony: Experimental Evidence from Egypt.” Journal of Conflict Resolution 62, no. 2 (2018): 254-288. Publisher's Version
Jamal, Amaney, Tarek Masoud, and Elizabeth Nugent. “Using the Qur’ān to Empower Arab Women? Theory and Experimental Evidence From Egypt.” Comparative Political Studies 49, no. 12 (2016): 1555-1598. Publisher's Version
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, no. 1 (2015): 34-45. Publisher's Version
Jamal, Amaney, Ellen Lust, and Lindsay Benstead. “Is it Gender, Religion or Both? A Survey Experiment on Electability in Transitional Tunisia.” Perspectives on Politics (2015).
Jamal, Amaney, Robert O. Keohane, David Romney, and Dustin Tingley. “Anti-Americanism and Anti-Interventionism in Arabic Twitter Discourses.” Perspectives on Politics (2015). Publisher's Version
Jamal, Amaney, Carolina de Miguel, and Mark Tessler. “Elections in the Arab World: Why Do Citizens Turn Out?Comparative Political Studies (2015). Publisher's Version
Jamal, Amaney, and Mat Creighton. “Does Islam Play a Role in anti-Immigrant Sentiment : An Experimental Approach.” Social Science Research (2015).
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).
Jamal, Amaney, Rajaie Batnij, Lina Khatib, Melani Cammett, Jeffrey Sweet, Sanjay Basu, Rita Giacaman, and Paul Wise. “Governance and Health in the Arab World.” The Lancet (2014).
Jamal, Amaney, and Michael Hoffman. “Religion in the Arab Spring: Between Two Competing Narratives.” Journal of Politics 76, no. 3 (2014).
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, no. 3 (2014). Publisher's Version
Jamal, Amaney, Mark Beissinger, and Kevin Mazur. “The Anatomy of Protest in Egypt and Tunisia.” Foreign Policy (2013).
Jamal, Amaney. “Can Washington Win over the Arab Street?Foreign Affairs (2013).
Jamal, Amaney, and Michael Hoffman. “The Youth and the Arab Spring: Cohort Differences and Similarities.” Middle East Law and Governance 4, no. 1 (2012): 168-188.
Jamal, Amaney, Mark Tessler, and Michael Robbins. “How Arab Citizens Understand Democracy.Journal of Democracy (2012).
Jamal, Amaney A., and Irfan Nooruddin. “Democratic Utility of Trust: A Cross-National Analysis.” Journal of Politics 72, no. 1 (2010). Publisher's Version
Jamal, Amaney, and Mark Tessler. “Dimensions of Democratic Support in the Arab World.” Journal of Democracy (2008).Abstract
And also in Larry Diamond and Marc Plattner (eds) How People View Democracy. John Hopkins University Press, October 2008.
Jamal, Amaney A., and Kristine J. Ajrouch. “Assimilating to a White Identity: the Case of Arab Americans.” International Migration Review October (2007). Publisher's Version
Jamal, Amaney. “The Prospects of Democratic and Economic Reform in the Arab World.” Perspectives on Politics (2005).
Jamal, Amaney, and Sunaina Maira. “Muslim Americans, Islam and the “War on Terrorism” at Home and Abroad.” Middle East Journal (2005).
Jamal, Amaney. “Mosques, Collective Identity, and Gender Differences among Arab-American Muslims.” Journal of Middle East Women’s Studies (2005).
Jamal, Amaney. “The Political Participation and Engagement of Muslim Americans: Mosque Involvement and Group Consciousness.” American Politics Research (2005).