ARTICLES PUBLISHED IN REFEREED JOURNALS
“Political Leadership and Legitimacy Among the Urban Elite in Bangladesh.” [with Syed Saad Andaleeb]. South Asia: Journal of South Asian Studies 27.1 (2004): 65–85.
“United States Policy Towards Yugoslavia After the Second World War.” Acta Histriae [Slovene Academy of Sciences, Ljubjana] 6 (1998): 1–21.
“Moscow and the Vatican. Religion in Communist Dominated Countries.” RCDA 29.2 (1990): 38–42.
PARTS OF BOOKS PUBLISHED
“Macedonia Since 1989.” Central and East European Politics Since 1989. Ed. Sabrina P. Ramet. New York: Cambridge University Press, 2010. 328–357.
Zachary T. Irwin and Sayed Saad Andyleeb. “Political Leadership and Legitimacy among the Urban Elite in Bangladesh.” Political Culture in Bangladesh: Perspectives and Analysis. Ed. Sayed Saad Andyleeb. Dhaka, India: University Press Limited, 2007. 101–124.
“Ideology and Nationalism Since 1945.” Nations and Nationalism in Global Perspective (Vol. 3). Eds. Guntram Herb and David L. Kaplan. ABC- CLIO, 2008. 971–990.
“Sweden and Slovenia: Civic Values on the EU Periphery.” Democratic Transition in Slovenia: Value Transformation, Education, and the Media. Eds. Sabrina P. Ramet and Danica Fink-Hafner. Texas: Texas A&M University Press, 2006. 97–126.
Rev. of Christian Peace and Nonviolence: A Documentary History, by Michael Long. Library Journal (2011).
Rev. of The Poet’s Daughter: Malet o’Shara Bahar of Iran and the Triumphant Song of Freedom. Library Journal 136.15 (2011): 121.
Rev. of Torture as Public Policy: Restoring U.S. Credibility on the World Stage, by James P. Pfiffner. Library Journal 135.3 (2010): 102.
Rev. of A World Without Islam, by Graham E. Fuller. Library Journal Xpress (2010).
Rev. of An Ethical Compass: Coming of Age in the 21st Century; The Ethics Prize Essays of the Wiesel Foundation, by the Elie Wiesel Foundation for Humanity. Library Journal 135.17 (2010): 102.
Rev. of My Friend the Mercenary, by James Brabazon. Library Journal 135.20. (2010): 122.
Rev. of Blind Spot: Why Journalists Don’t Get Religion, by Paul Marshall et al, Library Journal Xpress (2009).
Rev. of Field Guide to the Culture Wars: The Battle Over Values from the Campaign Trail to the Classroom, by Michael Mc Gough. Library Journal 134.6 (2009): 88.
Rev. of Reflections on the Revolution: Immigration, Islam, and the West, by Christopher Caldwell. Library Journal 134.10 (2009): 110.
Rev. of The Death of Why: The Decline of Questioning and the Future of Democracy, by Andrea Battista Schesinger. Library Journal Xpress (2009).
Rev. of Arbeit am Abscheu: Zu Thomas Bernhards Prosa, by Claude Haas. German Studies Review XXXII.2 (2009): 464–65.
“Trees, Myth and Jung.” The Arboretum at Penn State Behrend 1.3 (Summer 2006).