+Keshavarz, M. (2016) Material Practices of Power – Part II: Forged Passports as Material Dissents Design Philosophy Papers, Vol. 14, No 1-2, pp.3-18

+ Keshavarz, M. (2016) Design-Politics: An Inquiry into Passports, Camps and Borders, Doctoral dissertation, Malmö University, 2016.

+ Keshavarz, M. (2015) Material Practices of Power – Part I: Passports and Passporting Design Philosophy Papers, Vol 13, No.2, pp.97-113

+ Keshavarz, M. (2016) Book Review: Design and The Question of History Journal of Design History, Vol. 28, No. 4, 2015.

+ Keshavarz, M. (2015) Design-Politics Nexus: Material Articulations and Modes of Acting Nordes 2015: Design Ecologies

+ Keshavarz, M. (2014) Uncræft: “The Unqualified”, “The Illegal” and the Making Practices of Roma in Keshavarz, M. & Svensson, M. (ed.), Asylstafetten: Crafts, Politics. Malmö: Publication Studio. 2014, pp. 14-26

+ Keshavarz, M. & Zetterlund, C. (2013) A Method for Materialising Borders in Fahlén, E. (ed.), The Silent University - Tensta Reader #1. Stockholm: Tensta Konsthall. 2013, pp. 27-30

+ Keshavarz, M. & Mazé, R. (2013) Design and Dissensus: Framing and Staging Participation in Design Research, Design Philosophy Papers Journal, Volume 11, Issue 1

+ Keshavarz, M. (2012) Design and the Political, in Zimm, M. (ed.), The Swedish Museum of Architecture: A fifty year perspective. Stockholm: The Swedish Museum of Architecture. 2012, pp.131-132

+ Keshavarz, M. & Patchineelam, V. (2012). Design and the Politics of Fear: an auto-ethnography on design education, Zoonetechinca: The Journal of Redirective Design, Issue 2, June 2012

+ Keshavarz, M. (2012). ‘Free Translation' as a Critical Method in Socio-Political Design Actions, in Human Cities, Civil Society Reclaims Public Space: cross perspectives based on research, Proceedings of Human Cities Symposium, Brussels, March 2012. P.77-83

+ Keshavarz, M. (2011). Opening the Space of Experience: On Political Forms of Aesthetics in Design, Proceedings of EAD the 9th, Portugal, 4-7 May 2011

+ Keshavarz, M. (2010). Experience Design as Activism, Borderline: pushing design over the limit, International Cumulus Conference, Media & Design Academy, Genk, Belgium, May 26-29, 2010

+ Keshavarz, M. (2010). Protest Artifacts: Objects as Design Activism, Nordic Conference on Activity Theory and the Fourth Finnish Conference on Cultural and Activity Research. Aalto University, School of Art and Design. Helsinki, Finland, May 23-25, 2010

+ Keshavarz, M. Dehghanpoour, A. Ranjbarian, M., (2009). Interactive Persepolis: A Study on Role of Interaction Design in Cultural Heritage Tourism, In: Wouters, I.H.C.; Tieben, R; Kimman, F.P.F.;Offermans, S.A.M. and Nagtzaam, H.A.H. (Eds.) ’Flirting with the Future’, Proceedings of SIDeR ‘09, April 15-17 2009, Eindhoven University of Technology, the Netherlands.

+ Keshavarz, M. (2009).Design in the Age of Fragmented Identities: An Essay on Globalization and Design, HCI International Conference & 3rd International Conference on Internationalization, Design and Global Development. San Diego, USA.

+ Keshavarz, M. (2007). Design as a Tool for Reducing Violence 16th International Conference on Safe Communities: SAFETY 2007. Tehran, Iran.