Naseem, J. and Zhu, H. (forthcoming), 'Inclusive Curriculum Matters: creating a decolonised curriculum through student voices in education studies' in Pulsford, M., Morris, R. and Purves, R. (eds.) What is Education Studies? Thinking about learning and teaching on undergraduate education programmes. London: Routledge.
Naseem, J. (2021), ‘Engaging BA Education students in research, enquiry and critical-thinking through research-based learning’ in Harrison, T., Greenway, C., McLindon, M. and Chung, S. Bringing our Research into Teaching. HEFi. Available online.
Naseem, J. (2019), ‘" I Didn’t Have the Luxury to Wait": Understanding the University-to-Work Transition among Second-Generations in Britain’, Social Inclusion, 7(3), pp.270-281, https://doi.org/10.17645/si.v7i3.2033
Naseem, J. and Adnan, W. (2019), ‘Being a second generation Muslim woman in the French labour market: Understanding the dynamics of (visibility of) religion and gender in labour market access, outcomes and experiences’, Research in Social Stratification and Mobility, (61), pp.79-93, https://doi.org/10.1016/j.rssm.2019.02.003
Naseem, J. (2019), 'UK universities' EU-born staff do not live in a Brexit-proof bubble', Times Higher Education. Available online.
Naseem, J. (2018), ‘Connecting graduates with the real world: transferring research-based skills to the workplace’ in Tong, V., Standen, A. and Sotiriou, M. (eds.), Research Equals Teaching. UCL Press.
Naseem, J. (2017), ‘Capped equality in multicultural Britain: Experiences of everyday racism in the workplace among British Pakistani and Algerian women’, Alizés: Revue angliciste de La Réunion, (42), pp.89-105, https://hal.univ-reunion.fr/hal-02339444
Naseem, J. (2014), ‘Education and Employment: understanding the labour market experiences of graduate minority ethnic women in France and the UK’, Educate~, 14(1), pp.5-9, http://www.educatejournal.org/index.php/educate/article/view/393
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