Bugeja, N. 2018 (forthcoming), "'What do you do when you cannot leave and cannot return?’ Memoir and the Aporia of Refuge in Hisham Matar’s The Return'" in The Edinburgh Companion to Refugee Writing, eds. L. Stonebridge, S. Durrant, D. Farrier & A. Woolley, Edinburgh University Press, .
Bugeja, N. 2018, "‘Haunting the Mediterranean? Orhan Pamuk’s The Black Book and its Afterwardly Politics'" in Critically Mediterranean — Aesthetics, Theory, Hermeneutics, Culture, eds. Y. Elhariry & E. Tamalet, Palgrave Macmillan, .
Bugeja, N. 2018, "After the Long Wait: Post-Migrant Agency and the Politics of Return in Tahar Ben Jelloun's 'A Palace in the Old VIllage'", CounterText (Edinburgh University Press), vol. 4.2, no. August 2018.
Bugeja, N. 2017 (forthcoming), "‘‘I remember, I remember so as not to forget!’ -- Orhan Pamuk and the Splenetic Périples of Mediterranean Writing’" in 'Marxism, Postcolonial Theory and the Future of Critique: Critical Engagements with Benita Parry', eds. S. Deckard & R. Varma, Routledge (Taylor and Francis), London and New York.
Bugeja, N. 2016, "‘Tunisia’s Endangered Exception: History at Large in the Southern Mediterranean’", Politics: Rivista di Studi Politici (Edizioni Labrys), vol. 5, no. 1(Chambers, I., Cariello, M. eds., 'Mediterranean at Large'), pp. 53-68.
Bugeja, N. April 2015, "‘Postcolonial Springs? The Arab uprisings and the Articulation of (Post-) Despotic Culture in the Southeastern Mediterranean’", CounterText (Edinburgh University Press), vol. 1, no. 1 (Bugeja, Norbert ed., Postcolonial Springs), pp. 1-19.
Bugeja, N. 2015, "‘Hyper-Despotism of the Bullet: Post-Bardo Tunisia and its (Unforgiving) Memorial Communiqué’", Prospero (EUT), vol. XX (Parlati Marilena ed., Unforgiving Memory: Dynamics, Rhetorics and Paradoxes in Representation), pp. 229-250.
Bugeja, N. 2015, ‘Riefnu minn Go Fina: It-Toghmiet Spjetati tal-Poezija fi Klin u Kapricci Ohra’, Klabb Kotba Maltin, Malta.
Bugeja, N. 2015, "'Reincorporative Trajectories: The Threshold as Emblem in Amos Oz’s A Tale of Love and Darkness and Orhan Pamuk’s Istanbul – Memories of a City'", Journal of Postcolonial Writing (Routledge, Taylor and Francis), vol. 51, no. 1(Wilson, Janet ed., Postcolonial Thresholds: Gateways and Borders), pp. 7-21.
Bugeja, N. 2014, "'Post-Imperial Culture and its Melancholies – from Théophile Gautier’s Constantinople of To-day to Orhan Pamuk’s Istanbul – Memories of a City’'", Le Simplegadi, vol. XII, no. 11 (Cultures and Imperialisms), pp. 142-165.
Bugeja, N. 2012, 'Postcolonial Memoir in the Middle East: Rethinking the Liminal in Mashriqi Writing' (Book-length monograph), Routledge Research in Postcolonial Literatures edn, Routledge, London and New York.