Adang was a fellow at the Netherlands Institute for Advanced Study in Wassenaar from September 2009 to June 2010. While there, she published a number of works on the life of Medieval Andalusian theologian Ibn Hazm and his views. During this time, she also contributed to a book on inter-religious polemics and rational theology. Adang was also a fellow at The Woolf Institute in Cambridge as of 2011. During this time, she delivered a seminar on Muslim-Jewish polemics in Medieval Spain which was noted for Adang's definition of Muslim Fatwas are merely legal verdicts, rather than "death sentences" as popularly portrayed in the media, in addition to chairing a roundtable discussion of linguistic influences on Judeo-Muslim exchanges.
Adang has also written multiple encyclopedia articles and research papers on Muslim-Jewish polemics.
- Camilla Adang at the University of Tel Aviv's website.
- Dr. Camilla Adang at The Göttingen Institute of Advanced Study.
- Adang, C. Archived 2013-04-13 at Archive.today at the Netherlands Institute for Advanced Study in the Humanities and Social Sciences.
- New books in History Archived 2013-08-31 at the Wayback Machine at the Prince Alwaleed bin Talal Islamic Studies Program at Harvard University. © President and Fellows of Harvard College, 2013
- Adang Seminar focuses on fatwas for medieval Jewish legal history Archived 2014-04-15 at the Wayback Machine at The Woolf Institute. 26 October 2011.
- Intertwined Worlds[permanent dead link]: The Judeo-Islamic Tradition, hosted by the Woolf Institute at the University of Cambridge. September 11–13, 2011.
- Muslim Perceptions of Other Religions : A Historical Survey: A Historical Survey, Introduction, pg. xii. Ed. Jacques Waardenburg. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1999.