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Alemdaroğlu, A., Babül, E., Keshavarzian, A., Al-Tikriti, N. (eds.) (2020) Kurdistan, One and Many, Middle East Report 295 (Summer 2020).

Babül, E. (2020). Humanism in Ruins: Entangled Legacies of the Greek-Turkish Population Exchange. By Aslı Iğsız. Stanford: Stanford University Press. doi:10.1017/slr.2020.98

Babül, E. M. "Postscript to Training Bureaucrats, Practicing for Europe: Negotiating Bureaucratic Authority and Governmental Legitimacy in Turkey" PoLAR Virtual Edition. 2016.

Babül, E. M. "The Paradox of Protection:  Human Rights, the Masculinist State and the Moral Economy of Gratitude in Turkey"  American Ethnologist.  February 2015. 41(1):  116-130.

Babül, E. M. “Training Bureaucrats, Practicing for Europe: Constitutive Bureaucratic Imaginaries in Turkey” Political and Legal Anthropology Review. Spring 2012. 35(1):

Babül, E. M. “Smells Like Translation: An Introduction.” Middle East Section. Yasmin Moll. (ed.). Anthropology News. October 2011. 52(7): 41-42.

Babül, E. M. “Human Rights Translations: Reframing the Universal and the International for Bureaucracy in Turkey.” Middle East Section. Emilio Spadola. (ed.). Anthropology News. April 2010. 51(4): 41.

Babül, E. M. "Claiming a Place Through Memories of Belonging: Politics of Recognition on the Island of Imbros." New Perspectives on Turkey. No. 34 (2006): 47-65.

Babül's book Bureaucratic Intimacies (Stanford University Press, 2017) received an honorable mention in the 2019 Biennial Book Award given by the Middle East section of the American Anthropological Association.