Charlotte Karem Albrecht: Interdisciplinary Scholar of Arab American History
SELECTED ARTICLES AND BOOK CHAPTERS
“Narrating Arab American History: The Peddling Thesis,” Sajjilu Arab American: A Reader in SWANA Studies. Editors Louise Cainkar, Pauline Homsi Vinson, and Amira Jarmakani. Syracuse University Press, September 2022.
“An Archive of Difference: Syrian Women Peddlers and U.S. Social Welfare, 1880-1935,” Arab American Women: Representation and Refusal. Editors Louise Cainkar, Suad Joseph, and Michael Suleiman. Syracuse University Press, 2021.
“Why Arab American History Needs Queer of Color Critique.” Journal of American Ethnic History. Vol. 37, No. 3 (Spring 2018): 84-92.
“An Archive of Difference: Syrian Women Peddlers and U.S. Social Welfare, 1880-1935.” Gender & History. Vol. 28, No. 1 (March 2016): 127-149.
“Narrating Arab American History: The Peddling Thesis.” Arab Studies Quarterly. Vol. 37, No. 1 (Winter 2015): 100-117.
Check out Charlotte’s review of Sarah Gualtieri’s Arab Routes: Pathways to Syrian California.