Kouri-Towe, Natalie and Myloe Martel-Perry. 2021. Better Practices in the Sexuality Classroom: Teaching Resources and Guides for Sustainable and Equitable Learning.
Kouri-Towe, Natalie. 2020. “Solidarity at a Time of Risk: Vulnerability and the Turn to Mutual Aid.” TOPIA: Canadian Journal of Cultural Studies. 41: 190-198.
Carastathis, Anna, Natalie Kouri-Towe, Gada Mahrouse, and Leila Whitley. 2018. Introduction to special issue “Feminist Interventions in ‘Crisis’: Intersectionality, Refugees, and Migration.” Refuge: Canada’s Journal on Refugees. 34(1): 3-15.
Kouri-Towe, Natalie. 2017. “Risk, Desire and Adaptation: The Paradox of Queer Solidarity and the Political Possibility of Death Under Neoliberalism & Homonationalism.” Somatechnics. 7(2): 185-200.
Kouri-Towe, Natalie. 2017. “National (in)security and the shifting affective fields of terror in the case of Omar Khadr.” NORMA.
Kouri-Towe, Natalie. 2016. “Textured activism: in-between liberation and oppression.” Open Democracy: Transformations. December 27.
Kouri-Towe, Natalie. 2016. “Ethical Imperatives in Transnational Solidarity.” TOPIA: Canadian Journal of Cultural Studies. 35.
Kouri-Towe, Natalie. 2016. “Queer.” Keywords for Radicals: The Contested Vocabulary of Late-Capitalist Struggle. Eds. Kelly Fritsch, Clare O’Connor, and AK Thompson. AK Press.
Kouri-Towe, Natalie. 2015. “Textured Activism: Affect Theory and Transformational Politics in Transnational Queer Palestine-Solidarity Activism.” Atlantis: Critical Studies in Gender, Culture, & Social Justice. 37.1.
Kouri-Towe, Natalie. 2013. “Queer Apocalypse: Survivalism and Queer Life at the End.” FUSE Magazine. 36.3, June.
Kouri-Towe, Natalie. 2012. “Trending Homonationalism.” No More Potlucks: Editorial 19, January-February.
Kouri-Towe, Natalie. 2011. “Moving Across Borders.” FUSE Magazine. 35.1, December.
(in interview) Robyn Letson. 2011. “Coming Out Against Apartheid with Richard Fung, Natalie Kouri-Towe, Tim McCaskell, & Corvin Russell.” Upping the Anti: A Journal of Theory and Action. Number 13, November.