Muslim and American

Research Papers

Barreto, Matt and Dino Bozonelos. 2009. “Democrat, Republican, or None of the Above? Religiosity and the Partisan Identification of Muslim Americans.” Politics & Religion. 2 (August).

Cyrus Ali Contractor. 2010. “The Dearborn Effect: A Comparison of the Political Dispositions of Shi‘a and Sunni Muslims in the United States.” Politics & Religion.

Barreto, Matt and Karam Dana. 2008. “Political Incorporation of Muslims in America: The Role of Religiosity in Islam.” American Political Science Association Annual Conference. (Sept). Winner: Award for Best Paper on Race, Ethnicity & Politics at 2008 Conference

Barreto, Matt and Karam Dana. 2009. “Religious Identity and Muslim American Political Incorporation: Mosque Involvement and Similarities Between Sunni and Shi‘a.” Midwestern Political Science Association Annual Conference. (April).

Barreto, Matt, Natalie Masuoka and Gabriel Sanchez. 2008. “Religiosity, Discrimination and Group Identity Among Muslim Americans.” Western Political Science Association Annual Conference. (March).

Barreto, Matt and Karam Dana. 2008. “Muslim and American: Transnational Ties and Participation in American Politics.” Midwestern Political Science Association Annual Conference. (April).

Barreto, Matt and Karam Dana. 2010. “The American Muslim Voter: What Explains Voting When Nobody Cares?.” American Political Science Association Annual Conference. (Sept).