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Masking Culture and Associated Identities: The Case of Southern Iran. Proceedings of the International Symposium ‘Performing the Self and Playing with the Otherness: Clothing and Costuming under Transcultural conditions’     44 - 46


Chūtou-wangan arab shokokude koronakani chokmenshite [Encountering the Covid-19 Pandemic in the Gulf Arab states, the Middle East]. Records of Covid from Face-Body Studies. Tokyo: Tokyo University of Foreign Studies Press. (Japanese)


Wanganchiikino kamenbunka—Kaowo kakusu? Kazaru? [Masking Culture of the Gulf—Concealing the Face? Beautifying the Face?]. Handbook of the Face-Body Studies, pp.268-269. Tokyo: Tokyo University Press. (Japanese)


“UAEno kamenbunka—Burkato UAEjyoseino kankeini chakumokushite— [Face Mask Culture of the UAE—Shedding light on the relationships between the burquʿ and Emirati women—]”. UAE, 69 (Spring), pp.16-19, 2021. (Japanese)


Representing the Emirati Nation through Burquʿ: Local Identity or Imagined Community?. The Arabian Peninsula: History, Culture, and Society, pp.67-91. Tokyo: The University of Tokyo Centre for Middle Eastern Studies, 2021. View


“Kamenbunkaha jyoseino aidentitī [The Face Mask Culture is Women’s Identity]” The Arab, 174 (Winter), pp.26-28, 2021. (Japanese)


Feisumasuku wo tōshite miru wangan chīkino jyoseitachi [Capturing Women in the Persian Gulf through the Lens of Their Face Mask]. FIELDPLUS, 20, pp.22-23, 2018. (Japanese) View


Their untold stories: The role of the ‘outside’ researcher. Gendered Voices, 3, pp.35-36, 2018.


The importance of Instagram and WhatsApp on entrepreneurship among Qatari women. QU Digest,1(1), p.56, 2015.


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