Reuven Amitai. 2018. “Christen und Muslime in der südlichen Levante nach dem Ende der Frankenherrschaft.” In Christen und Muslime in der Capitanata im 13. Jahrhundert. “Interdisziplinärer Dialog zwischen Archäologie und Geschichte," Band 4, edited by Lukas Clemens and Michael Matheus, Pp. 63-71. Kiel: Kliomedia.
Reuven Amitai. 2018. “Political and Civilian Elites in Mamluk Palestine (1260-1516): Some Preliminary Comments.” In Die Interaktion von Herrschern und Eliten in imperialen Ordnungen des Mittelalters, edited by Wolfram Drews, Pp. 126-146. Berlin: De Gruyter.
Reuven Amitai. 8/2017. “The Development of a Muslim City in Palestine: Gaza under the Mamluks.” In ASK Working Paper 28. Bonn: Anna-Marie Schimmel Kolleg. Publisher's Version
Reuven Amitai. 2017. “Islamization in the Southern Levant after the End of Frankish Rule: Some General Considerations and a Short Case Study.” In Islamisation: Comparative Perspectives from History, edited by Andrew Peacock, Pp. 156-186. Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press.
Reuven Amitai. 2017. “Post-Crusader Acre in Light of a Mamluk Inscription and a Fatwā Document from Damascus.” In New Perspectives in Mamluk History, Amalia Levanoni Festschrift, edited by Yuval Ben-Basat and Fruma Zacks, Pp. 335-351. Leiden and Boston: Brill.
Kate Sara Raphael. 2016. “Mosques East and West of the Jordan Valley: From the Arab Conquest to the End of the Mamluk Period.” In History and Society during the Mamluk Period (1250-1517), edited by Stephan Conermann, Pp. 199-248. Bonn: Bonn University Press.
Kate Sara Raphael. 2016. Mosques East and West of the Jordan Valley: From the Arab Conquest to the End of the Mamluk Period. ASK Working Paper 23. Bonn: Annemarie-Schimmel-Kolleg (University of Bonn).
Reuven Amitai. 2015. “The Impact of the Mongols on the History of Syria: Politics, Society and Culture.” In Eurasian Nomads as Agents of Cultural Change: The Mongols and Their Eurasian Predecessors, edited by Reuven Amitai and Michal Biran, Pp. 228-251. Honolulu: University of Hawai’i Press.
Kate Sara Raphael. 2014. Azdud (Ashdod-Yam): An Early Islamic Fortress on the Mediterranean Coast, Pp. 111 pages, with illustrations. Oxford: Archeopress.
Kate Sara Raphael. 2013. Climate and Political Climate Environmental Disasters in the Medieval Levant, Pp. 211 pages 48 figures. Leiden and Boston: Brill.
Reuven Amitai. 2012. “The Mamluk State and Jerusalem [Hebrew].” In The History of Jerusalem: The Mamluk Period (1260-1517), edited by Joseph Drory, Pp. 3-32. Jerusalem: Yad Izhaq Ben-Zvi.
Kate Sara Raphael. 2010. “The Impact of the 1157 and 1170 Syrian Earthquakes on Crusader-Muslim Politics and Military Affairs.” The Geological Society of America Special Issue Historical Earthquakes, 471, Pp. 59-66.
Kate Sara Raphael. 2010. Muslim Fortresses in the Levant: between Crusaders and Mongols, Pp. 265 pages, 84 figures. London: Routledge.
Reuven Amitai. 2007. “The Battle of `Ayn Ja‏lu‏t (A.D. 1260) [Hebrew].” In Zirat ha-Krav: Kravot Makhra`im bi-Toldot Eretz-Yisrael, edited by Arieh Shmueletitz. Tel Aviv: Ministry of Defense.
Reuven Amitai. 2007. “The Conquest of Arsūf by Baybars: Political and Military Aspects [Hebrew].” In The Encounter of Crusaders and Muslims in Palestine as Reflected in Arsuf, Sayyiduna `Ali and Other Coastal Sites, edited by Israel Roll, Oren Tal, and Michael Winter, Pp. 147-167. Tel Aviv: Kibbutz HaMeuchad Press.
Reuven Amitai. 2007. “A Mongol Governor of al-Karak in Jordan?: A Re-examination of an Old Document in Mongolian and Arabic.” Zentralasiatische Studien, 36, Pp. 263-275.
Reuven Amitai. 2007. “Mongol Provincial Administration: Syria in 1260 as a Case-Study.” In In Laudem Hierosolymitani: Studies in Crusades and Medieval Culture in Honour of Benjamin Z. Kedar, edited by Iris Shagrir, Ronnie Ellenblum, and Jonathan Riley-Smith, Pp. 117-143. Aldershot: Ashgate.
Reuven Amitai. 2005. “The Conquest of Arsūf by Baybars: Political and Military Aspects.” Mamluk Studies Review, 9, Pp. 61-83.