Article (2021): Nele Lenze. Beach clean-ups and other civic engagement for the protection of the environment in Kuwait. LSE Middle East Centre Kuwait Programme Paper Series.
Article (2019): Nele Lenze. Stereotyping in the Gulf: Comedy and Non-Resident Indian Life in the Emirates. LSE Blog.
Edited volume (2018): Nele Lenze and Charlotte Schriwer. Participation Culture in the Gulf: Networks, Politics and Identity. Routledge.
Monograph (2018): Nele Lenze. Politics and Digital Literature in the Middle East. Perspectives on Online Text and Context. Palgrave.
Edited volume (2017): Nele Lenze, Charlotte Schriwer & Zubaidah Abdul-Jalil (Eds.) Media in the Middle East: Economy, Gender, Activism and Culture. Palgrave.
Article (2015): Nele Lenze “Digital Culture – Connecting the Gulf and South Korea” at “Globalization and the Ties that Bind: Korea and the Gulf.” Asan Report, Institute for Policy Studies, Seoul, p. 68-80.
Edited volume (2014): Fahed al-Sumait, Nele Lenze, Michael Hudson (eds.), The Arab Uprisings: Catalysts, Dynamics and Trajectories, Rowman and Littelfield.
Edited volume (2014): Nele Lenze and Charlotte Schriwer (eds.), Converging Regions: Global Perspectives on Asia and the Middle East, Ashgate.
Article (2014): Nele Lenze “Young Men’s and Women’s political involvement on YouTube in India and Egypt. Creating awareness of sexism and sexual harassment on social media” Nele Lenze and Rahul Advani, in Singapore Middle East Paper, Middle East Institute, NUS.
Interview about my work in Norwegian (2012) Arabisk nettlitteratur i vekst
Article (2012): Nele Lenze “Short Stories and Interaction in Literature Online in the Gulf” in Babylon. Nordisk Tidsskrift om Midtøsten og Nord-Afrika. Norway.
Article (2011): Nele Lenze “Aspects of Arabic Online Literature in the Gulf“ in Dichtung Digital (academic digital journal for electronic poetry),
Anthology (2007): Nele Lenze „Tucholsky in Berlin: Gesammelte Feuilletons 1912-1930„, Berlin Story Verlag, Berlin, Germany.