a. Research papers published in peer-reviewed journals:
b. Working papers and chapters in research monographs:
Warschauer, M.; El-Said, G.; Zohry, A. (2007) “Language Choice Online: Globalization and Identity in Egypt” In: Brenda Danet and Susan C. Herring (eds)The Multilingual Internet: Language, Culture, and Communication Online, Oxford University Press, Pp: 303-318.
c. Books, handbooks, and reports (Partial List):
d. Conference presentations (Partial List):
Zohry, A. (2007) Population Projections and their Role in Integrating Population and Development Variables in the Arab Region, Regional Workshop on "Strengthening the Skills of Demographers and Population Experts in Demographic Analysis and its Relationship with Development," The United Nations Economic and Social Commission for Western Asia (ESCWA), Al-Ain, United Arab Emirates, 5-6 December.
Zohry, A. (2007) Integrating Population Variables into Development Planning in the Arab Region, Expert Group Meeting on "Integrating Population Variables into Development Planning in the Arab Region," The United Nations Economic and Social Commission for Western Asia (ESCWA), Amman, Jordan, 3-4 April.
Zohry, A. (2006) Egypt: a new player in the Euro-Mediterranean migration system, Workshop on "Global Migration and European Union's Policy Interventions," The Nijmegen Centre for Border Research, University of Nijmegen, Nijmegen, Netherlands 20-21 October.
Zohry, A. (2006) Egyptian Irregular Migration to Europe, The Third International Population Geographies Conference, European Association for Population Studies (EAPS), University of Liverpool, Liverpool, June 21-24.
Zohry, A. (2006) Who Migrates Internally, Internationally, & Who Stays Behind in Egypt?, European Population Conference 2006, , University of Liverpool, Liverpool, June 19-21.
Zohry, A. (2006) Developmentalizing the Diaspora : African Refugees in Cairo, Fourth International Workshop on Diaspora, Development and Conflict: The Impacts of Transnational Activities, Danish Institute for International Studies (DIIS), Bornholm, May 7-9.
Zohry, A. (2006) Migration and the Left-Behind Families: Findings from Rural Egypt, Seminar on “Gendering Migration in the Middle East: Migrants’ Presence and Absence,” Danish Institute for International Studies (DIIS), Copenhagen, May 4.
Awad, A. & Zohry, A. (2005) The End of Egypt Population Growth in the 21st Century: Challenges and Aspirations, The 35th Annual Conference on Population and Development Issues: Current Situation & Aspirations, Cairo Demographic Center, Cairo 20 - 22 December.
Zohry, A. (2005) Cairo: A transit city for migrants and African Refugees, Colloque: Circulations migratoires et reconfigurations territoriales entre l’Afrique noire et l’Afrique du Nord, CEDEJ, Cairo 17-18 November (invited).
Zohry, A. (2005) Computer-Mediated Communications as Tools for Professional Development: Demographers Without Borders as a Case Study, The 3rd Conference of Documentation and Electronic Archiving: Knowledge Investment and Management for Decision Support, United Nations Development Program (UNDP) and Dubai Municipality, Dubai 17-19 September.
Zohry, A. (2005) Armenians in Egypt, The 25th International Population Conference, The International Union for the Scientific Study of Population (IUSSP), Tours, France, 18-23 July.
Zohry, A. (2004) Integrating Population Variables in Development Planning, a keynote speech, National Conference on Population and Development, National Agency for Information and Documentation, Center for Economic Research, and The Academy for Graduate Studies, Tripoli, 21-22 November (invited).
Zohry, A. (2002) Demographic Pressures in North Africa: causes and Consequences, The Euro-AfricanDialogue: Security Co-operation in Europe & North Africa, Royal United Service Institute for Defense Studies (London), 30-31 October, Tripoli, Libya (invited). PPT
Zohry, A. (2002) Unskilled Labor Migration from Upper Egypt to Cairo, Centre d'Etudes et de Documentation Economiques, Juridiques et Sociales (CEDEJ), 22 October, Cairo (invited). PPT
Warschauer, M.; Zohry, A.; Refaat, G. (2000)Language and literacy online: A study of Egyptian internet users, The American Association for Applied Linguistics (AAAL) Conference, March 11-14, Vancouver, British Columbia.
Zohry, A. G.; Hosam-el-Din, T. M. The Socioeconomic and Demographic Correlates of Female Circumcision in the Sudan. Paper presented in the 27th Annual Seminar on Population and Development, Cairo Demographic Center. Cairo 16-18 December 1997.
Zohry, A. G.(1997) Reliability of Data on Fertility Intentions in Egypt. Paper presented in the 32nd Annual Conference on Statistics, Computer Sciences, and Operations Research, Institute of Statistical Studies and Research (ISSR), Cairo University. Cairo 13-15 December.
Zohry, A. G.; Gad AY. (1995) Demographic Profile of Gharbia and Souhag Governorates: An Intra-Governorate Analysis with GIS, Cairo Demographic Center, Paper presented in the 25th CDC Annual Seminar on Population and Development, December.
e. Newspaper Articles (in Arabic):
Zohry, A. “Towards a National Migration Council [in Egypt]", Rosalyousef Newspaper, 12-12-2007, issue no. 729, Cairo.
Zohry, A. “Announcing Cairo as a closed City II", Al-Ahram Newspaper, 23-09-2007, issue no. 44120, Cairo.
Zohry, A. “Beyond the Maids' crisis: Towards a National Migration Policy", The Daily Star Egypt, distributed with the International Herald Tribune, 12-06-2007, Cairo.
Zohry, A. “The Returnees from Libya", Al-Wafd Newspaper, 14-03-2007, issue no. 6252, Cairo.
Zohry, A. “The Crisis of Egyptian Labor Migrants in Libya", Al-Ahaly Newspaper, 14-02-2007, issue no. 1314, Cairo.
Zohry, A. "Sheikh Zaki Badawi .. The end of the moderate voice of Islam in Europe", Al-Masry Al-Youm Newspaper, 12-02-2006, issue no. 609, Cairo.
Zohry, A. "Yes, Egypt witnesses an overpopulation problem", Assafir Newspaper, 26-06-2004, issue no. 9828, Beirut.
Zohry, A. "From Upper Egypt to international Academy", Alhayat Newspaper, 18-03-2003, issue no. 14603, London. (Biography)
Zohry, A. “Announcing Cairo as a closed City", Al-Ahram Newspaper, 15-09-2002, issue no. 42286, Cairo.