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Studer, Nina Salouâ (2021). The Fear of the Immoderate Muslim: France’s Mission Civilisatrice and Alcoholism in Algeria, c. 1930-1962 (Submitted). In: Alcohol, Psychiatry and Society. Manchester University Press

Studer, Nina Salouâ (2021). Remembrance of Drinks Past: Wine and Absinthe in 19th Century French Algeria (Submitted). In: Gedenkschrift Jan-Georg Deutsch: Memory, Commemoration and the Politics of Historical Memory in Africa. de Gruyter

Studer, Nina S. (2021). The Infantilization of the Colonized: Medical and Psychiatric Descriptions of Drinking Habits in the Colonial Maghreb. In: Ouaissa, Rachid; Pannewick, Friederike; Strohmaier, Alena (eds.) Re-Configurations. Contextualising Transformation Processes and Lasting Crises in the Middle East and North Africa. Politik und Gesellschaft des Nahen Ostens (pp. 135-151). Wiesbaden: Springer 10.1007/978-3-658-31160-5_9

Studer, Nina Salouâ (2021). Coffee Drinking as a Military Strategy: The Service Rendered by Coffee in the French Conquest of Algeria (Submitted). Historische Anthropologie Böhlau


Studer, Nina Salouâ (2020). The Same Drink? Wine and Absinthe Consumption and Drinking Cultures Among French and Muslim Groups in Nineteenth Century Algeria. In: Ernst, Waltraud (ed.) Alcohol Flows Across Cultures. Drinking Cultures in Transnational and Comparative Perspective. Routledge studies in modern history (pp. 20-43). New York: Routledge

Studer, Nina S. (2020). It Is Only Gazouz: Muslims and Champagne in the Colonial Maghreb. Asiatische Studien / Etudes asiatiques AS/EA, 73(3), pp. 399-424. de Gruyter 10.1515/asia-2019-0004

Studer, Nina Salouâ (16 February 2020). Where a Pregnancy Can Last for Years: The Remarkable Colonial Reports of Sleeping Pregnancies in the Maghreb. Nursing Clio


Studer, Nina Salouâ (30 December 2019). Orangina: Die abenteuerliche Geschichte einer Limonade. Tages-Anzeiger, p. 13. TA-Media

Studer, Nina Salouâ (27 September 2019). The Colour of Coffee: Racism, Gender and Coffee Consumption in 19th Century Algeria. Geschichte der Gegenwart

Studer, Nina (25 September 2019). Die Farbe des Kaffees: Rassismus, Gender und Kaffeekonsum im Algerien des 19. Jahrhunderts. Geschichte der Gegenwart

Studer, Nina Salouâ (9 September 2019). Schweizer Einfluss auf die Weltgeschichte: Wie Absinth die Welt eroberte. Tages-Anzeiger, p. 15. TA-Media

Studer, Nina Salouâ (27 February 2019). In 1930s Tunisia, French Doctors Feared a ‘Tea Craze’ Would Destroy Society. Gastro Obscura


Studer, Nina Salouâ (2018). Review of Mayer, Tobias. Muḥammad Yaḥyā al-Walātī und die Nāzila fī ibāḥat atāy. The Maghreb Review, 43, pp. 454-456. Maghreb Review


Studer, Nina Salouâ (2017). Review: Krais, Jakob. Geschichte als Widerstand: Geschichtsschreibung und nation-building in Qaḏḏāfīs Lybien. The Maghreb Review, 42, pp. 373-376. Maghreb Review

Jazmati, Zuher; Studer, Nina Salouâ (2017). Racialising 'Oriental' Manliness: From Colonial Contexts to Cologne. Islamophobia Studies Journal, 4(1), pp. 87-100. Islamophobia Research & Documentation Project, Univ.


Studer, Nina Salouâ (2016). The Hidden Patients: North African Women in French Colonial Psychiatry. Zürcher Beiträge zur Geschichtswissenschaft: Vol. 8. Wien Köln Weimar: Böhlau


Studer, Nina Salouâ (2015). Book Review: Kallander, Amy Aisen. Women, Gender, and the Palace Households in Ottoman Tunisia. The Maghreb Review, 40, pp. 248-250. Maghreb Review

Studer, Nina Salouâ (2015). Absinth und Körper: Wirkungen der Grünen Fee im kolonialen Algerien. Bulletin der Schweizerischen Gesellschaft Mittlerer Osten und Islamische Kulturen, 40, pp. 42-45.

Studer, Nina Salouâ (2015). The Green Fairy in the Maghreb: Absinthe, Guilt and Cultural Assimilation in French Colonial Medicine. The Maghreb Review, 40(4), pp. 493-508. Maghreb Review


Studer, Nina Salouâ (2014). ‘Will There Be Any Long Term Effects?’ The Power of Psychiatry in French Colonial North Africa. The Maghreb Review, 39(3), pp. 347-368. Maghreb Review

Studer, Nina Salouâ (2014). ‘Was trinkt der zivilisierte Mensch?‘ Teekonsum und morbide Normalität im kolonialen Maghreb. Schweizerische Zeitschrift für Geschichte, 64(3), pp. 406-424. Schwabe 10.5169/seals-515405


Studer, Nina Salouâ (2013). Die Pathologisierung des Maghrebs: Der Einfluss der französischen Psychiatrie auf koloniale Berichte über schlafende Schwangerschaften. Historische Anthropologie, 21(1), pp. 126-140. Böhlau 10.7788/ha.2013.21.1.126


Studer, Nina Salouâ (2010). Book Review: Bossaller, Anke. ‘Schlafende Schwangerschaft‘ in Islamischen Gesellschaften. Entstehung und soziale Implikationen einer weiblichen Fiktion. The Maghreb Review, 35, pp. 461-462. Maghreb Review

Studer, Nina Salouâ (2010). ‘Pregnant with Madness‘: Muslim Women in French Psychiatric Writing about Colonial North Africa. The Maghreb Review, 35(4), pp. 429-452. Maghreb Review

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