2022. “Conclusion: The Westphalian State Effect,” in Mark LeVine and Sune Haugbølle, eds., Altered States: Theorizing the State after the Arab Uprisings (London: Routledge).
2022. “Theorizing Protests after the Arab Uprisings” (with Nermin Allam, Chantal Berman, and Killian Clark), in Marc Lynch, Jillian Schwedler, and Sean Yom, eds., The Political Science of the Middle East: Theory and Research since the Arab Uprisings (New York and Oxford: Oxford University Press).
2021. “Against Methodological Nationalism: Seeing Comparisons as Encompassing through the Arab Uprisings,” in Erica Simmons and Nicholas Rush Smith, eds., Rethinking Comparison: Innovative Strategies for Qualitative Political Inquiry (New York: Cambridge University Press).
2018. “Routines and Ruptures in Anti–Israeli Protests in Jordan,” in Frédéric Volpi and James M. Jasper, eds., Microfoundations of the Arab Uprisings: Mapping Interactions between Regimes and Protesters (Amsterdam: Amsterdam University Press), pp. 67–88.
2018. “Encountering the Mukhabarat State” (with Janine Clark), in Janine Clark and Francesco Cavatorta, eds., Political Science Research in the Middle East and North Africa: Methodological and Ethical Challenges (New York and Oxford: Oxford University Press), pp. 23–34.
2018. “Political Dissent in Amman, Jordan: Neoliberal Geographies of Protest and Policing,” in Sanford Schramm and Marina Pavlovskaya, eds., Rethinking Neoliberalism: Resisting the Disciplinary Regime (New York: Routledge), pp. 197–212.
2017. “Conclusion: new directions in the study of Islamist politics,” in Hendrik Kraetzschmar and Paula Rivetti, eds., Islamists and the Politics of the Arab Uprisings (Edinburg: Edinburg University Press), pp. 359–374.
2014. “Islamists in Power? Inclusion, Moderation, and the Arab Uprisings,” in Ishac Diwan, ed., Understanding the Political Economy of the Arab Uprisings (New York: World Scientific Publishing Company) (republication of 2013 article in Middle East Development Journal).
2014. “The Political Geography of the Arab Uprisings” (with Ryan King), in Explaining the Arab Uprisings, Marc Lynch, ed. (Columbia University Press).
2013. “Jordan,” in Dispatches from the Arab Spring: Understanding the New Middle East, Paul Amar and Vijay Prashad, eds. (Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press), pp. 243– 265.
2013. “Religion and Politics,” in Society and Politics of the Arab World, 2nd ed., Michele Penner Angrist and Marsha Pripstein Posusney, eds. (Boulder: Lynne Rienner Publishers), updated from 1st edition, 2010, pp. 111–131.
2010. “Introduction” (with Laleh Khalili) and “Locating Dissent: Space, Law, and Protests in Jordan,” in Laleh Khalili and Jillian Schwedler, eds., Political Prisons and Policing in the Middle East and North Africa (New York and London: Hurst Publishers and Columbia University Press), pp. 1–27 and 275–294.
2003. “The Yemeni Islah Party: Political Opportunities and Coalition Building in a Transitional Polity,” in Quintan Wiktorowicz, ed., with forward by Charles Tilly, Islamist Activism: A Social Movement Theory Approach (Bloomington: Indiana University Press).
Chapters in Non-Refereed Books:
2019. “Religion and Politics in the Middle East” and “Trends and Prospects,” both in Understanding the Contemporary Middle East, 5th ed., Jillian Schwedler (Boulder: Lynne Rienner Publishers). 2016. “The Moral Economy of Distance in the Yemeni Crisis,” in Sheila Carapico, ed., Arabia Incognita: Dispatches from Yemen and the Gulf (Charlottesville: Just World Books), pp. 283–285.
2012. “Jordan: The Quiescent Opposition,” in Robin Wright, ed., The Islamists Are Coming (Washington, DC: Woodrow Wilson Center Press). 2003. “Yemen’s Aborted Opening,” in Larry Diamond, Marc F. Plattner, and Daniel Brumberg, eds., Islam and Democracy in the Middle East (Baltimore, MD: Johns Hopkins University Press) (reprint of article from October 2002 Journal of Democracy).
2002. “Political Contestation under Limited Democracy: The Islamic Action Front,” in Hani Hourani, ed., The Social History of Jordan (English and Arabic editions, Amman: Markaz al-Urdun al-Jadid).
1995. “Introduction: Civil Society and the Study of Middle East Politics” and “Early Elections in the West Bank and Gaza,” in Schwedler, ed., Toward Civil Society in the Middle East? A Primer (Boulder: Lynne Rienner Publishers), pp. 130 and 6970.
1994. “Swiss Soldiers, Ta’if Clocks, and Early Elections: Toward a Happy Ending in Lebanon?” (with Augustus Richard Norton), in Deirdre Collings, ed., Peace For Lebanon? From War to Reconstruction (Boulder: Lynne Rienner); expanded and updated version of 1993 article in Journal of Palestine Studies.