• Pieri, Zacharias. 2019. Boko Haram and the Drivers of Islamist Violence. London & New York: Routledge.

  • Pieri, Zacharias. 2015. Tablighi Jamaat and the Quest for the London “Mega-Mosque”: Continuity and Change. London and New York: Palgrave.

  • Pieri, Zacharias. 2012. Tablighi Jamaat in Britain. London: Lapido Media London: Lapido.
  • Hassan, Idayat., and Zacharias Pieri. 2018. “The Rise and Risks of Nigeria’s Civilian Joint Task Force: Implications for Post-Conflict Recovery in Northeastern Nigeria”, in Zenn, Jacob (ed.), Boko Haram Beyond the Headlines: Analyses of Africa’s Enduring Conflict, West Point: Combating Terrorism Center (view PDF ).

  • Zenn, Jacob., and Zacharias Pieri. 2018. “Boko Haram” in Silke, Andrew (ed.), Routledge Handbook of Terrorism and Counter-Terrorism, Oxford and New York: Routledge.

  • *Pieri, Zacharias and Jacob Zenn. 2017. “The Boko Haram Paradox: Ethnicity, Religion, and Historical Memory in Pursuit of a Caliphate”, in Hentz, James and Hussein Solomon (eds.), Understanding Boko Haram: Terrorism and Insurgency in Africa. New York and London. Routledge.

  • *Pieri, Zacharias and Atta Barkindo. 2016. “Muslims in Nigeria: Between Challenge and Opportunity”, in Mason, Robert (ed.), Muslim Minority - State Relations: Violence, Integration and Policy. London and New York: Palgrave Macmillan (view PDF ).

  • Serrano, Rafael and Zacharias Pieri. 2014. “By the Numbers: The Nigerian State’s Efforts to Counter Boko Haram” in Pérouse de Montclos, Marc-Antoine (ed.), Boko Haram: Islamism, Politics, Security, and the State in Nigeria, Ibadan, Leyden, IFRA-Nigeria, Leyden University Press, Waposo Series, N°2.

  • Pieri, Zacharias. 2019. “Daily Ritual, Mission and Transformation of the Self: The Case of Tablighi Jamaat”, NUMEN: International Review for the History of Religions. 66(4): 360-380 (view PDF ).

  • Pieri, Zacharias., and Jacob Zenn. 2018. “Under the Black Flag in Borno: Experiences of Foot Soldiers and Civilians in Boko Haram’s ‘Caliphate’”, Journal of Modern African Studies. 56(4): 645-672 (view PDF ).

  • Pieri, Zacharias. 2018. “Identifying Counter Radical Narratives from Within British Muslim Communities: The Case of “Muslim Patrol”” Journal of Muslim Minority Affairs. 38(1): 39-56, DOI: 10.1080/13602004.2018.1432148 (view PDF ).

  • *Zenn, Jacob and Zacharias Pieri. 2017. “How Much Takfir is too much Takfir? The Evolution of Boko Haram’s Factionalization”. Journal for Deradicalization. 11(3): 281-308 (view PDF )

  • *Deckard, Natalie and Zacharias Pieri. 2017. “The Implications of Endemic Corruption For State Legitimacy in Developing Nations: An Empirical Exploration of the Nigerian Case”. International Journal of Politics, Culture, and Society (view PDF ).

  • Pieri, Zacharias and Jacob Zenn. 2016. “The Boko Haram Paradox: Claiming Dan Fodio for a Kanuri Caliphate”. African Security, 9(1) (view PDF ).

  • Pieri Zacharias and Rafael Serrano. 2014. “Insurgency Prolonged: Nigeria’s Lack of Strategic Adaptation & The Rising Boko Haram Death Toll”, West Africa Insight, May, Centre for Democracy and Development, Abjua.

  • Pieri, Zacharias. 2014. “Anyone For Tabligh?” Critical Muslim, 10, pp. 101-113.

  • Pieri, Zacharias; Woodward, Mark; Yahya, Mariani; Hassan, Ibrahim; Rohmaniyah, Inayah. 2013. “Commanding Good and Prohibiting Evil in Contemporary Islam: Cases from Britain, Nigeria and Southeast Asia.” Contemporary Islam, 8(1):37-55 (view PDF ).

  • DeHannas, Daniel and Zacharias Pieri. 2011. 'Olympic Proportions: The Expanding Scalar Politics of the "Olympics Mega-Mosque" Controversy.' Sociology, 45(5): 798-814. (view PDF )

  • Githens-Mazer, J., Robert Lambert, Abdul-Haqq Baker, Safiyah Cohen- Baker and Zacharias Pieri. 2010. Muslim Communities Perspectives on Radicalisation in Leicester, UK, Centre for Studies in Islamism and Radicalisation: Aarhus Denmark. (view PDF ).

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