Shabout, N., Mikdadi, S. (2019). The Global Circulation of Art and the New Market: Abu Dhabi Art Talks 2018. Abu Dhabi: Au Dhabi Art.
Shabout, N. M. (2015). Odes of Line, Color and New Symbols: Modern Iraqi Art. A Century of Iraqi Art. Bonham’s Auction Catalogue.
Shabout, N. M. (2014). Utopian Reality: Dia Azzawi, 1964-1974. Dia Azzawi: Selected Works 1964-1974. 14-27. London:.
Shabout, N. M. (2013). Converging on Beauty. Islamic Art Revival Series Second Exhibition of Contemporary Islamic Art.
Shabout, N. M. (2012). Rethinking Contemporary Arab Art. Arab Express: The Latest Art from the Arab World. Mori Art Museum.
Shabout, N. M. (2012). Rethinking Contemporary Arab Art. Arab Express: The Latest Art from the Arab World. Mori Art Museum.
Shabout, N. M. (2012). To Keep the Dream Alive. Modern Iraqi Art: A Collection. Publication Department of Meem with Art Advisory Associates Ltd.
Shabout, N. M. (2012). My Roulatte. Hala Al-Khalifa. Doha: Katara Art Center.
Shabout, N. M., Dercon, C., Shalem, A. (2010). The Challenge of Arab Art. Future of Tradition - Tradition of Future. Munich: Prestel Publishers.
Shabout, N. M. (2010). The War of Difference. Beyond The War: Contemporary Iraqi Artists of the Diaspora. New York, NY: LTMH Gallery.
Shabout, N. M. (2010). Equality through a Bottle. Fair Skies, Mahmoud al-Obaidi. Beirut: Ajial Gallery.
Shabout, N. M. (2010). Eloquent Protests. Waraq, Hayv Kahraman. San Francisco: Frey Norris Gallery.
Shabout, N. (2021). Shifting Terrains: Art, Environment and Urbanism in Iraq. 15, double issue(1-2), 268. London, UK: Journal of Contemporary Iraq and The Arab World, Intellect Books. https://www.intellectbooks.com/journal-of-contemporary-iraq-the-arab-world
Shabout, N., Elgibreen, E. After Illusion, Saudi Arabia National Pavilion, 58th Venice Biennale. Drago Publishing.
Shabout, N. M., Rogers, S., Lenssen, A. (2018). Modern Art in the Arab Art : Primary Documents. NYC: MoMA Publications. https://post.at.moma.org/content_items/1082-modern-art-in-the-arab-world-primary-documents
Shabout, N. M. (2012). Forever Now: Five Anecdotes from the Permanent Collection. Mathaf: Arab Museum of Modern Art, Doha. Bloomsbury: Qatar Foundation Publishing.
Shabout, N. M., Shabout, N. M. (2010). Interventions: A Dialogue Between the Modern and the Contemporary. Mathaf: Arab Museum of Modern Art, Doha, Qatar. Milan: Skira Publisher.
Shabout, N. M., Shabout, N. M., al-Khudhairi, W. (2010). Sajjil: A Century of Modern Art. Mathaf: Arab Museum of Modern Art, Doha, Qatar. Milan: Skira Publisher.
Shabout, N. M., Bahrani, Z. (2009). Modernism and Iraq. New York: Columbia University, Miriam and Ira D. Wallach Art Gallery.
Mikdadi, S., Shabout, N. M. (2009). New Vision: Arab Art in the Twenty-First Century. Transglobe Publishing Ltd. and Thames & Hudson.
Shabout, N. M. (2007). Dafatir: Contemporary Iraqi Book Art. Denton, TX: UNT Art Gallery.
Shabout, N. M. (2007). Modern Arab Art: Formation of an Arab Aesthetic. Gainesville: University of Florida Press.
Shabout, N. (2019). Contemporary Trajectories: Iraqi Art in Context. Sheila Blair and Jonathan Bloom, eds., Islamic Art: Past, Present and Future. Yale University Press.
Shabout, N. (2019). On Modern Arab Visual Creation in a Global Context. in Jean-Francois Charnier and Simone Verde, eds., Louvre Abu Dhabi. Skira Publishing.
Shabout, N. M. (2018). Modernism, Palestine and the Arab World. Nabil Anani. London: Al-Saqi Press.
Shabout, N. M., Kholeif, O. (2015). Collecting Modern Iraqi Art. Imperfect Chronology: Arab Art from the Modern to the Contemporary. London: Prestel.
Shabout, N. M., Keshmirshekan, H. (2015). Framing the Discipline of Contemporary Art of the Arab World through the Press. Contemporary Art and Discourses from the Middle East. London: I.B. Tauris.
Shabout, N. M., Lindgren, A. C., Ross, S. (2015). Modernism and the visual arts in the Middle East and North Africa. The Modernist World. Routledge.
Shabout, N. M., Rogers, S. (2014). Darat al-Funun: From a Mirage to a Home. Anthology on the Shoman Private Collection. Shoman Foundation.
Shabout, N. M., al-Ali, N. (2012). Bifurcations of Iraq's Visual Culture. We are All Iraqis: Aesthetics and Politics in a Time of War. 3-25. Syracuse University Press.
Shabout, N. M., Mejcher-Atassi, S., Schwartz, J. P. (2012). Collecting Iraqi Art. Archives, Museums and Collecting Practices in the Modern Arab World. Ashgate Publishing Ltd.
Shabout, N. M., Faruqi, S. (2011). In Lieu of the Sublime. Art in Iraq Today. Skira Publisher.
Shabout, N. M. (2010). "The Challenge of Arab Art." In Editors, Chris Dercon and Avinoam Shalem, Future of Tradition - Tradition of Future..
Shabout, N. M., Shirazi, F. (2010). Images and Status: Visualizing Iraqi Women. Muslim Women in War and Crisis: from Reality to Representation. Austin: University of Texas Press.
Shabout, N. M., Krom, J., Bakewell, S. (2010). Trading Cultures: The Boundary Issues of Globalization. History of Visual Culture: Western Civilization from the 18th to the 21st Century. Berg Publishers.
Shabout, N. M. (2010). Usurping History: Iraqi Art, Monuments and Artists. Homeworks IV: A Forum on Cultural Practices. Beirut:.
Shabout, N. M. (2009). Dia al-Azzawi. Dia al-Azzawi: Retrospective. 1-27. Abu Dhabi: Meem for ADMAF.
Shabout, N. M., Dakhlia, J. (2006). Forgotten Era: Modern and Contemporary Iraqi Art. Créations Artistiques Contemporaines en Pays d'Islam: des Arts en Tension. Paris: Editions Kimé.
Shabout, N. M., Levin, G., King, E. A. (2006). Preservation of Iraqi Modern Heritage in the Aftermath of the US Invasion of 2003. An anthology on Ethics in the Art World. Allworth Press.
Shabout, N. M. (2007). The Politics of Art History, a book review of Gannit Ankori, Palestinian Art. Arab Studies Quarterly. 29(2), 57-61.
Shabout, N. M. (2006). Women and the Politics of Presentation, a book review of Carol Malt, Women’s Voices in Middle Eastern Museums: Case Studies. Jordan. H-Gender-MidEast. http://www.h-net.org/~gend-mid/
Shabout, N. M. (2004). Review of "Architects and the 'Building World' from Chambers to Ruskin: Constructing Authority, by Brian Hanson, Cambridge, Cambridge University Press, 2003. Newsletter of the Historians of British Art.
Shabout, N. M. (2017). Intercultural bridges and the Memory Matrix (Part 1&2) , with Roger Malina, Shafaq Ahmed, Azra Askamija and Nada Shabout. Dallas, TX:. https://creativedisturbance.org
Shabout, N. M. (2016). “Freedom in the non-structure” – Saleem Al-Bahloly in conversation with the art historian Nada Shabout. https://trafo.hypotheses.org/3429
Shabout, N. (2021). When Images Speak, What do they Say?. When Images Speak: Highlights from the Dubai Collection. Dubai:. https://dubaicollection.ae/en/exhibition/when-images-speak
Shabout, N. (2021). Jewad Selim. Monument for the Unknown Political Prisoner. Berlin, Germany: Atelierhaus Dahlem gGmbH, Berlin. https://kunsthaus-dahlem.de/en/ausstellung/the-unknown-political-prisoner/
Shabout, N. (2020). Asserting Contemporaneity: Miniature Painting today. Miniature 2.0. Istanbul:.
Shabout, N. (2020). Who We Are and How We Are Seen. Elena del Rivero: The Frozen Archive. Madrid: Old Slaughter House.
Shabout, N. (2020). Mediating Abstraction through the Arabic Letter. Taking Shape: Abstraction from The Arab World, 1950s-1980s. Munich: Hirmer Publishers. https://greyartgallery.nyu.edu/exhibition/taking-shape-arab-abstraction-1950s-1980s-barjeel-january-14-april-4-2020/
Shabout, N. (2019). Dafatir: Testimonies of Forgotten Times. Theater of Operations: The Gulf Wars 1991-2011. NYC: MoMA PS1.
Shabout, N. M. (2018). A Dialogue with Modernism. Dia Al-Azzawi: A Retrospective (From 1963 Until Tomorrow). Doha: Mathaf: Arab Museum of Modern Art and Skira Press.
Shabout, N. M. (2018). The Baghdad Group for Modern Art: A Legacy for a Future. That Feverish Leap into the Fierceness of Life Exhibition Catalogue, Curated by Sam Bardaouil and Till Fellrath, Art Dubai Press, 2018. Dubai:.
Shabout, N. M. (2017). Into Existence: Shakir Hassan Al Said’s Retractive Journey. Archaic: The Pavilion of Iraq. London: Mousse Publishing, Ruya Foundation.
Shabout, N. M. (2017). Textures of Significance: Hanaa Malallah. From Figuration to Abstraction. London: Park Gallery.
Mouasher, M. (2016). Localizing and Globalizing Aesthetics in Arab Art. Modern and Contemporary Arab Art from the Levant. Amsterdam: Schilt Publishing.
Shabout, N. M., Stanly, T., Tuqan, S., (2016). What’s in A Name?: Contemplating the “Islamic” in the “Contemporary. Jameel Prize 4, Victoria & Albert Museum.
Shabout, N. M., Robinson, D. (2015). Ghosts of Future Pasts: Iraqi Culture in a State of Suspension. Through the Roadblocks Reader. NeMe.
Shabout, N. M., Ross, S. (2016). Selim, Jewad, Azzawi, Dia, Haidar, Kadhim, Nasiri, Rafa, Huroufiyah, Umar, Madiha. Routledge Encyclopedia of Modernism (REM). Routledge.
Shabout, N. (2020). Rethinking contemporary Arab Art. Madrid: Casa Arabe Journal AWRAQ. https://issuu.com/casaarabe/docs/awraq_19_completa
Shabout, N., Rogers, S., Lenssen, A. (2020). On Language and Modern Art: A Reflection,” in the June 2020.. Middle East Studies Association Bulletin. Special Focus Roundtable, Modern Art in the Arab World: Primary Documents. 54(1), 71–79. US: Review of Middle East Studies (RoMES). https://www.cambridge.org/core/journals/review-of-middle-east-studies/latest-issue
Shabout, N. (2020). Decolonizing Art History. Journal of Art Historiography. Art History. London: The Association of Art History.
Shabout, N. M. (2015). Dia Azzawi: Ballads to Bilad al-Sawad. Contemporary Practices: Visual Arts from the Middle East. 16, .
Shabout, N. M. (2014). Whose Space is it?. International Journal of Middle East Studies. 46(1), .
Shabout, N. M. (2013). "A Makeover: Baghdad, the 2013 Arab Capital of Culture.".
Shabout, N. M. (2013). "Cinquante ans d'art modern (tout) contre l'Occident" in Le dossier central de ce numéro est intitulé "L'Egypte en son miroir, Arts et littératures, XIXe-XXIe siècle.".
Shabout, N. M., Lenssen, A., Rogers, S., Ramadan, D. (2013). Introduction, the Longevity of Rupture: 1967 in Art and its Histories. Other. 2(2), 14-18. MIT Press Journals.
Shabout, N. M. (2013). The Cultural Costs of the 2003 US-Led Invasion of Iraq: A Conversation with Art Historian Nada Shabout. Feminist Studies. 39(1), 119-148.
Shabout, N. M. (2011). Review of "Baghdad Mem/Wars" by Sama al-Shaibi and Dena al-Adeeb. Other.
Shabout, N. M., Hassan, S. (2010). The Arabic Connection in Articulating North African Modernity in Art. Other. 109(3), 329-343.
Shabout, N. M. (2010). Arab presence in Venice Biennale. Arab Studies Journal. XVIII(1), 356-360.
Shabout, N. M. (2009). "Are Images Global?" in the online journal Tate Papers in English, Autumn issue, and in the Nafas Art Magazine in English, Arabic, and German. http://www.tate.org.uk/research/tateresearch/tatepapers/..
Shabout, N. M. (2009). "Iraqi Art: Dafatir" in The State of the Arts in the Middle East.
Shabout, N. M. (2009). Art without History? Evaluating 'Arab' Art. Other. 42(1/2), .
Shabout, N. M. (2006). "Cultural Destruction and its Implications." http://www.arteeast.org/artenews/artenews-articles2006/political-art/artenews-shabout.html
Shabout, N. M. (2006). "Recovering Iraq's Modern Heritage: Constructing and Digitally Documenting the Collection of the former Saddam Center for the Arts.".
Shabout, N. M. (2006). Historiographic Invisibilities: The Case of Contemporary Iraqi Art. International Journal for the Humanities. 3(9), 53-64.
Shabout, N. M. (2006). The 'Free' Art of Occupation: Images for a 'New' Iraq. Arab Studies Quarterly. 28(3/4), 41-55.
Shabout, N. M., Hembreiker, L. (2006). The Politics of Presentation. Palace and Mosque: Islamic Art from the Victoria and Albert Museum exhibition. Arab Studies Journal. 234-40.
Shabout, N. M. (2006). The Iraqi Museum of Modern Art: Ethical Implications. Collections: A Journal for Museum and Archives Professionals. 2(4), 285-298. Alta Mira Press.
Shabout, N. M. (2005). "The Forgotten Era: Modern Art in Iraq".
Shabout, N. M. (2005). "Understanding Islamic Aesthetics.".
Shabout, N. M. (2004). "Report on Losses to Iraq's Modern Art Heritage.".
Shabout, N. M. (1994). Turning the Outside In…The Russian Unofficial Movement 1953-1988.
The 1950's unofficial movement in Russian art in conjunction with the New Russian art: Paintings From the Christian Keesee Collection.
Shabout, N. (2019). Frequently Asked Questions in Art. Selections. Beirut:. https://selectionsarts.com/art/frequently-asked-questions-what-makes-an-artwork-more-valuable-than-another-and-who-desides/
Shabout, N. M. (2018). Transregional Solidarity: The Arab Biennial in Retrospect. #5 Refractions of Socialist Solidarity, Mezosfera’s fifth thematic issue is published in conjunction with the Budapest presentation of the three-channel film Two Meetings and a Funeral, edited by Eszter Szakács. Budapest:. http://mezosfera.org/transregional-solidarity/
Shabout, N. M. (2017). On Identity, Iraq and Individuality: Nada Shabout Interviews Reem Alkadhi, Hayv Kahraman and Hanaa Malallah. Selections: A Dialogue Between Generations of Arab Women in Art #42. (#42), 62-79. Beirut:. http://www.selectionsarts.com/2017/12/on-art-identity-and-labels-selections-issue-42/
Shabout, N. M. (2016). Dia Al-Azzawi: ‘I am Iraq’ in Harper Bazaar Art Arabia. (44), . Harper Bazaar Art Arabia.
Shabout, N. (2021). An ancient treasure may be returned to Iraq. Many others are still lost. Washington DC: Washington Post. https://www.washingtonpost.com/opinions/2021/07/31/epic-of-gilgamesh-tablet-hobby-lobby-iraq-looted-art/
Shabout, N. M. (2017). Opinion: Why You Should Care About Islamic Art. Richmond, Virginia: Style Weekly. https://www.styleweekly.com/richmond/opinion-why-you-should-care-about-islamic-art/Content?oid=5378043
Shabout, N. (2020). Osher Lifelong Learning Institute at UNT: Episode 48: Documenting Iraq's Missing Modern Art with Dr. Nada Shabout. Denton:. https://olli.unt.edu/podcast
Shabout, N. M. (2013). What role can the archive play in developing and sustaining a localised and culturally specific art history?. Ibraaz Platform 06. http://www.ibraaz.org/platforms/6/responses/144/
Shabout, N. M. (2016). Fading Memories, Brown Book. http://brownbook.tv/memories-from-baghdad/
Shabout, N. M., Hess, V. D., Rashwan, H. (2017). Egypt and Early Arab Modernism. Mahmoud Said Catalogue Raisonné. Milan:.