Rabbi, S., & Canagarajah, S. (2021). Cosmopolitanism and Plurilingual Traditions: Learning from South Asian and Southern African Practices of Intercultural Communication. In The Routledge Handbook of Plurilingual Language Education (pp. 82-95). New York: Routledge.
Rabbi, S. & Canagarajah, A.S. (2017). “Socialization in the Neoliberal Academy of STEM Scholars: A Case Study of Negotiating Dispositions in an International Graduate Student in Entomology.” Humanities 6, 39. Guest edited by Dr. Ronald Strickland.
Alvarez, S. P., Canagarajah, S, Lee, E., Won Lee, J., & Rabbi, S. (2017). “Translingual Practices, Ethnic Identities, and Voice in Writing.” In B. Horner & L Tetreault (Eds.) Crossing Divides: Exploring Translingual Pedagogies and Programs (pp. 31-50.) Salt Lake City: Utah State University Press. (Collection) Winner : Mina P. Shaughnessy Prize, Modern Language Association.
Rabbi, S. (2016). “A Rhetoric of Decency: An Essay on Identification and Recursivity in George Orwell’s Writings on Spain.” Crossings: ULAB Journal of English Studies, 6 (1), 56-67.
Iqbal, A., & Rabbi, S. (2015). English as emancipation? A review of the discourse of English in Bangladesh. In Language and development: Sociocultural issues and challenges. Denpasar: Trustees of the Language and Development Conferences. (LDC 8.)
Rabbi, S. (2014). “Hacking Composition: Rethinking Codeswitching in Written Discourse.” Composition Studies 42 (1), 128-136. [Review of Language Mixing and Code-Switching in Writing, edited by Mark Sebba, Sharzah Mahootian, and Carla Jonsson; Language and Mobility, by Alastair Pennycook; and Translingual Practice, by Suresh Canagarajah.]
Rabbi, S. (2013). “The Resistance Traveler: Anticolonial Rhetoric and Hospitality in Syed Mujtuba Ali’s Deshe Bideshe.” In S. Mandall (Ed.), Journeys: Indian Travel Narratives (pp. 207-222.) New Delhi: Creative Books.
Rabbi, S & Farzana, D. (2011). “Koch.” In P. Gain (Ed.) Survival on the Fringes: Adivasis of Bangladesh (pp. 269-279). Dhaka: SEHD Publications.
Rabbi, S. (2011). “Informative Travel: Historicization, Hybridity, and Local Determinism in Pico Iyer’s Falling Off the Map, Vikram Seth’s From Heaven Lake, and Amitav Ghosh’s Dancing in Cambodia, at Large in Burma.” Crossings: ULAB Journal of English Studies, 3(1), 219-226.