(a) Authored books
1. Harel-Shalev, Ayelet. 2010.The Challenge of Sustaining Democracy in Deeply
Divided Societies: Citizenship, Rights, and Ethnic Conflicts in India and Israel.
Lanham: Lexington Press. The book was awarded the Israeli Political Science Association's prize for the best book of 2010.
2. Harel-Shalev, Ayelet. 2013. Reprint,including a new Introduction:The Challenge of Democracy:Citizenship, Rights, and Ethnic Conflicts in India and Israel. South Asian edition. New-Delhi: Cambridge University Press India and Foundation Books, 2013.
(b) Editorship of collective volumes
Stein, Arthur, and Harel-Shalev,Ayelet, 2017. Guest Editors. Special Issue- Ethnic and Racial Studies, 40(12).
(c) Refereed chapters in collective volumes
1. Harel-Shalev, A. 2009.The Complexity of Majority-Minority Relations in Deeply Divided Democracies – Theoretical and Comparative Perspectives.Editors, Avnon, D. and Benziman, Y.Plurality and Citizenship in Israel Moving Beyond the Jewish/Palestinian Civic Divide. New-York and London: Routledge. Pp. 93-114.
2. Harel-Shalev, A.2010. The Problematic Nature of Religious Autonomy to Minorities in Democracies – The Case of India's Muslims. Editor,Haynes, J.Religion and Democratizations. New-York and London: Routledge. Chapter 10. (Reprint of my Democratization journal article). Pp. 221-241.
3. Harel-Shalev, A. 2010. Educational Policy toward "Homeland Minorities" in Divided Societies. Editors, Lazin, F., Jayaram, N., and Evans,M. Higher Education and Equality of Opportunity: Cross-National Perspectives. Lanham: Lexington Press. Chapter 12. Pp. 183-200.
4. Harel-Shalev, A. and Daphna-TekoahPI, S. 2015. Gendering Conflict Analysis – Analyzing Israeli Female Combatants' Experiences. Editor, Shekhawat, S. Female Combatants in Conflict and Peace. Palgrave Macmillan. Pp. 69-83.
(d) Refereed articles and refereed letters in scientific journals
1. Harel-Shalev, A.2006. The Status of Minority Languages in Deeply Divided
Societies: Urdu in India and Arabic in Israel - a Comparative Perspective. Israel Studies
2. Harel-Shalev, A.2009.Lingual and Educational Policy toward "Homeland
Minorities" in Deeply Divided Societies. Politics and Policy37(5): 951-970.
3. Harel-Shalev, A. 2009. The Problematic Nature of Religious Autonomy to Minorities
in Democracies – The Case of India's Muslims. Democratization 16(6): 1261-1281.
4. Harel-Shalev, A.2010.The State’s Attitude toward Homeland Minorities in Divided
Democracies: A Comparative analysis of India and Israel. State and Society 7(1):885-
5. Harel-Shalev, A. 2013.Policy Analysis beyond Personal Law: Muslim Women’s
Rights in India. Politics and Policy 41(3):384-419.
6. Harel-Shalev, A. 2013. Implementing Democracy and Minority Rights in Deeply
Divided Societies: Comparing Macedonia and Israel. New Balkan Politics 13:28-44.
7. Harel-Shalev, A. 2013.The Muslim Minority and Minority Rights in Independent
India. Zmanim 122:30-41. (Hebrew).
8. Daphna-Tekoah, S., and Harel-Shalev, A. 2014. “Living in a Movie” - Women Combatants in Conflict Zones –A Multilayered Analysis. Women's Studies International Forum 44:26-34.
9. Harel-Shalev, A., and Peleg, I. 2014. Hybridity and Israel Democratic Order – The
End of Imperfect Balance? Contemporary Review of the Middle East 1(1):74-94.
10. Harel-Shalev, A.,and Chen, S. 2015. Democracy and Ultra-Nationalism – Normative Duality in Deeply Divided Societies. Theory and Criticism 44: 151-175 (Hebrew).
11. Harel-Shalev, A., and Daphna-Tekoah, S. 2016. Bringing Women’s Voices Back In: Conducting Narrative Analysis in IR.International Studies Review Vol 18(2): 171-194. http://dx.doi.org/10.1093/isr/viv004.
12. Harel-Shalev, A., and Daphna-Tekoah, S. 2016. The Double Battle - Women Combatants and Embodied Experiences in Warzones. Critical Studies on TerrorismVol 9(2): 312-333. http://www.tandfonline.com/doi/full/10.1080/17539153.2016.1178484.
13. Harel-Shalev, A. 2017. Gendering Conflict analysis - The case of Minority Women and Muslim Women’s Status in India. Ethnic and Racial Studies. 40(12). http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/01419870.2017.1277028.
14. Daphna-Tekoah, S. and Harel-Shalev, A. 2017. The Politics of Trauma Studies - An Analysis of Women Combatants’ Experience of Traumatic Events in Conflict Zones.Political Psychology. First view - DOI: 10.1111/pops.12373.Vol 38(6).
15. Harel-Shalev A., Huss, E., Daphna-Tekoah, S., and Cwikel, J. 2017. Drawing on Women's Military Experiences and Narratives – Women Soldiers’ Challenges in the Military Environment.Gender, Place and Culture, http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/0966369X.2016.1277189.
16. Stein, A. and Harel-Shalev, A. Ancestral and Instrumental in the Politics of Ethnic and Religious Conflict. Ethnic and Racial Studies. 40(12).http://www.tandfonline.com/eprint/quNX7VgmxDPajsRkW6Xa/full.
17. Daphna-Tekoah, S. and Harel-Shalev, A. 2017. Beyond Binaries: Analyzing Violent State Actors in Critical Studies. Critical Studies on Terrorism 10(2).http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/17539153.2017.1329783.
18. Harel-Shalev A. 2018. The Dynamics of Multiple Citizenship? Gendered Analysis of the Status of Women in Deeply Divided Societies – The Case of Muslim Women in India. The Public Sphere 13 (Special Issue: Honoring YoavPeled): 227-250 (Hebrew).
19. Elia Leib, R, Harel-Shalev, A. and Daphna-Tekoah, S. 2018. From a Disadvantaged Community to a Struggling One - Myriad Voices of Ethiopian Community Members in the Background of the 2015 Protest. Society and Welfare (Hebrew). Accepted.
20. Harel-Shalev A., Kook R, & Yuval F. 2018. Gender Relations in Bedouin Communities in Israel: Local Government as a Site of Ambivalent Modernity. Gender, Place and Culture. Accepted.
21. Arnd-Linder, S., Harel-Shalev, A., and Daphna-Tekoah S., 2018. The Political is Personal- Everyday lives of women in Israel/Palestine. Women's Studies International Forum 69: 76-84.
22. Harel-Shalev, A. 2018. “A Room of One's Own” in the Battlespace –Women Soldiers in War Rooms. Critical Military Studies. https://doi.org/10.1080/23337486.2018.1494882.
23. Levi-HazanPI Y., and Harel-ShalevPIA., 2018. “Where Am I in this Story?”- Listening to Activist Women Writers. The Journal of Gender Studies. https://doi.org/10.1080/09589236.2018.1485554.
(e) Published scientific reports and articles
1. Harel-Shalev, A. 2005. The Status of the Arabic Language in Israel - Comparative Perspective. Adalah's Newsletter. (English; Arabic & Hebrew).
2. Harel-Shalev, A. 2005. The Status of Minority Languages in Deeply Divided
Societies. Tel-Aviv: Harold Hartog School of Government and Policy, TAU. (Hebrew).
3. Daphna-Tekoah, S., and Harel-Shalev, A. 2012. From Rothschild to Rothschild: The Recent 'Social Justice' Demonstrations in Israel in a 'Different Voice'. History and Theory – The Protocols 23. http://bezalel.secured.co.il/zope/home/he/1328560844.