Publications

Special Issues

Bharat, Adi S. & Ford, Joseph (Eds.). (in preparation, December 2020). Apostasy from Islam in the French-speaking World. Contemporary French Civilisation, 45(3).

Journal Articles

Bharat, Adi S. (Accepted). “Jews and Muslims in Contemporary French Newspaper Discourse (2000-2017),” French Cultural Studies.

Salloo, Zainab & Bharat, Adi S. (in preparation, December 2020). “Ex-Muslim narratives in France and the United Kingdom: An analysis of ‘confessional-style’ YouTube videos,” Apostasy from Islam in the French-speaking World [special issue]. Contemporary French Civilisation, 45(3).

Bharat, Adi S. (2018). “Next Year in Jerusalem? La nouvelle judéophobie, Neo-Crypto-Judaism, and the Future of French Jews in Éliette Abécassis’ Alyah,” French Cultural Studies, 29(3), pp. 228-243.

Bharat, Adi S. (2017). “Reading the Racinian Kaleidoscope Through the Colour Red in Phèdre,” Neophilologus, 101(3), pp. 367-374.

Book Chapters

Bharat, Adi S. (in preparation, 2020). “Shalom alikoum! Challenging the conflictual model of Jewish-Muslim relations in France through stand-up comedy,” Dynamic Maghribi Jewish-Muslim Interaction across the Performing Arts (1920-2020),  Liverpool University Press.

Research Notes

Bharat, Adi S. (2017). “Trilling on Forster on Huysmans: A Case of Misunderstandings and Automatism,” Journal of Language, Literature and Culture, 64(2), pp. 147-149.

Translations

Zahed, L.-M. (Forthcoming). Homosexuality, Transidentity, and Islam: A Study of Scripture Confronting the Politics of Gender and Sexuality (Adi S. Bharat, Trans). Amsterdam University Press.

Voltaire. (2017 [1774]). “In Praise of Reason,” (Adi S. Bharat, Trans.) Pusteblume, 8(1).

Book Reviews

Bharat, Adi S. (2018). “Mack, Mehammed Amadeus. Sexagon: Muslims, France, and the Sexualization of National Culture,” The French Review, 91(3), p. 226.

Bharat, Adi Saleem. (2016). “Dawson, Ashley and Bill V. Mullen (eds). Against Apartheid: The Case for Boycotting Israeli Universities.” The Harvard Journal of Middle Eastern Politics and Policy 5, pp. 42-45.