- From the Ashes of 1947: Reimagining Punjab (Cambridge University Press, forthcoming).
- Panikos Panayi and Pippa Virdee (eds) Refugees and the End of Empire: Imperial Collapse and Forced Migration during the Twentieth Century. (Palgrave, 2011).
- Coming to Coventry: Stories from the South Asian Pioneers (Coventry: The Herbert, 2006).
CHAPTERS IN BOOKS
- ‘Dreams, Memories and Legacies: Partitioning India’ in Routledge Handbook of Contemporary India, ed Knut Jacobsen (Routledge, 2015)
- ‘No-mans Land’ and the Creation of Partitioned Histories in India/Pakistan in Remembering Genocide, eds Nigel Eltringham and Pam Maclean, Series Title: Remembering The Modern World, General Editors: David Lowe and Tony Joel (Routledge, 2014)
- ‘‘No Home but in Memory’: The Legacies of Colonial Rule in the Punjab’ in, Panayi and P. Virdee (eds) Refugees and the End of Empire: Imperial Collapse and Forced Migration during the Twentieth Century. (Palgrave, 2011)
- “Partition in Transition: Comparative Analysis of Migration in Ludhiana and Lyallpur”, in A. Gera and N. Bhatia (eds) Partitioned Lives: Narratives of Home, Displacement and Resettlement (Delhi: Pearson, 2007)
- “Partition and the Absence of Communal Violence in Malerkotla”, in I. Talbot (ed.) The Deadly Embrace: Religion, Politics and Violence in the Indian Subcontinent 1947-2002 (Karachi: OUP, 2007)
- “Migration and Post-Partition Resettlement in Lyallpur: The Impact of Refugee Labour”, in Troubled Times. Sustainable Development and Governance in the Age of Extremes, Edited volume by Sustainable Development Policy Institute (Karachi: SDPI/SAMA 2006)
- ‘Remembering Partition: women, oral histories and the partition of 1947’ for consideration in Oral History, 2013, Volume 41, Issue 2, pp. 49-61.
- ‘The Punjab: migrations and memories of the homeland’ Asian Voice (2012)
- Review of Borders and Conflict in South Asia. The Radcliffe Boundary Commission and the Partition of Punjab, (review no. 995) URL: http://www.history.ac.uk/reviews/review/995
- ‘The Heart Divided: Muted Narratives and the Partition of the Punjab’ Transactions of the Leicester Literary & Philosophical Society, 2010, Volume 104, pp. 22-24
- ‘Negotiating the Past: Journey through Muslim Women’s Experience of Partition and Resettlement’ Cultural and Social History, 2009, Volume 6, Issue 4, pp. 467–484
- Pakistan: women’s quest for entitlement’, Open Democracy, 9 April 2009 http://www.opendemocracy.net/article/pakistan-history-in-women-s-voices
- ‘Tranquility and Brutality: The Paradox of Partition Violence in Punjab’, The Historian, Volume 4, No 1, 2006
- Foreward. Kiyo Sato, Life Story of Mr Ram Krishen, (Research Centre for the History of Religious and Cultural Diversity, Meiji University, Tokyo, 2016).
- ‘Revive the Past to Protect the Future’, Asian Affairs, May 2016.
- ‘The coming of the jet age: women, advertising and tourism in Pakistan.’ The News on Sunday, 23 November 2014. http://tns.thenews.com.pk/the-coming-of-the-jet-age/#.VHT8vIfSeHk
- ‘Recovering history through nostalgia’ The News on Sunday, 24 August 2014. http://tns.thenews.com.pk/recovering-history-through-nostalgia/#.VCAUvecpOHl
- Foreward. Kiyotaka Sato, Life Story of Mr Sarup Singh and Mrs Gurmit Kaur, (Research Centre for the History of Religious and Cultural Diversity, Meiji University, Tokyo, 2012).