Publications by Type: Journal Article

Working Paper
Kozma, Liat. “Between colonial ,national and international medicine : The case of Bejel.” bulletin of the history of medicine (Working Paper).
Kozma, Liat. “Going Transnational : On Mainstreaming Middle East Gender Studies.” International Journal of Middle Eastern Studies 48 (Working Paper): 574-577.
קוזמא, ליאת. “ללמוד היסטוריה מרומן היסטורי: על "אורוואר עכו" של עלא חליחל.” הארץ (הסדנה להיסטוריה חברתית) (2016).
Kozma, Liat. “Woman Migration For Prostitution In The Interwar Middle East And North Africa.” Journal of Women's History 28 (2016): 93-113.
קוזמא, ליאת. “היתוש,החידק והביצה.” הארץ (הסדנה להיסטוריה חברתית), no. 650 (2014).
קוזמא, ליאת. “פיקוח על מוהלים: בין בריאות הציבור לרציונליזציה של הדת.” הארץ (הסדנה להיסטוריה חברתית), no. 306 (2014).
Kozma, Liat. “'We, Sexologists..':Arabic Medical Writing On Sexuality,1879-1943.” journal of the history of sexuality 22:3 (2013).
Kozma, Liat. “White Drugs In Interwar Egypt:Decadent Pleasures,Emaciated Fellahin And The Campaign Against Drugs.” Comparative Studies Of South Asia, Africa and the Middle East 13 33:1 (2013): 89-101.
Kozma, Liat. “Cannabis Prohibition In Egypt , 1880-1939: From Local Ban To League Of National Diplomacy.” Middle Eastern Studies (2011): 443-460.
Kozma, Liat. “The League Of Nations And The Debate Over Cannabis Prohibition.” HISTORY compass 9 (2011): 61-70.
Kozma, Liat. “Exactly The Same Sex : Sexual Consultation Centers In 1930s (In Hebrew).” Teoryia u-Bikoret 37 (2010): 99-124.
Kozma, Liat. “Sexual Reform Makes Aliyah: Sexual Consultation In The Yishuv,1930-1939.” International Journal of Middle Eastern Studies 42 (2010): 231-249.
Kozma, Liat. “Negotiating Virginity: Narratives Of Defloration From Late Nineteenth-Crntury Egypt.” Comparative Studies Of South Asia, Africa and the Middle East 24, no. 1 (2004): 57-67.
Kozma, Liat. “Moroccan Woman's Narratives Of Liberation : A Passive Revolution?.” journal of north africa studies 8, no. 1 (2003): 112-130.
Kozma, Liat. “Remembrance Of Things Past : Leila Abouzeid And Moroccan National History.” social politics 6, no. 3 (1999): 388-406.