2015

Bücher und herausgegebene Bände

Aptekar, S. (2015). The road to citizenship: What naturalization means for immigrants and the United States. New Brunswick: Rutgers University Press.
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Björkman, L. (2015). Pipe politics, contested waters: Embedded infrastructures of millennial Mumbai. Durham: Duke University Press.
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Blanton, A. (2015). Hittin' the prayer bones: Materiality of spirit in the Pentecostal South. Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press.
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Burchardt, M., & Michalowski, I. (Eds.). (2015). After integration: Islam, conviviality and contentious politics in Europe. Wiesbaden: Springer VS.
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Burchardt, M. (2015). Faith in the time of AIDS: Religion, biopolitics and modernity in South Africa. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan.
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Burchardt, M., Wohlrab-Sahr, M., & Middell, M. (Eds.). (2015). Multiple secularities beyond the West: Religion and modernity in the global age. Berlin: de Gruyter.
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Chandra, U. (Ed.). (2015). Rethinking resistance: Subaltern politics and the state in contemporary India [Special Issue]. Journal of contemporary Asia, 45(4).
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Horstmann, A., & Jung, J.-H. (Eds.). (2015). Building Noah's ark for migrants, refugees, and religious communities. New York: Palgrave Macmillan.
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Jung, J.-H. (2015). Migration and religion in East Asia North Korean migrants' evangelical encounters. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan.
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Jung, J.-H. (2015). “Muŏsi hakkyo hyŏksinŭl chisokkanŭnghake hanŭnka?: Tokil, Mikuk, Hankuk hyŏksin hakkyoŭi him” = What make school reforming sustainable?: German, American, and Korean reformed schools’ power. Seoul: Mame tŭrim.
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Kathiravelu, L. (2015). Migrant Dubai: Low wage workers and the construction of a global city. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan.
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Koenig, M., Knöbl, W., & Spohn, W. (Eds.). (2015). Religion and national identities in an enlarged Europe. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan.
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Kusters, A. (2015). Deaf space in Adamorobe: An Ethnographic study in a village in Ghana. Washington, DC.: Gallaudet University Press.
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Kusters, A., & Friedner, M. (Eds.). (2015). It’s a small world: International deaf spaces and encounters. Washington, DC.: Gallaudet University Press.
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Ngo, T., & Buck Quijada, J. (Eds.). (2015). Atheist secularism and its discontents: A comparative study of religion and communism in Eurasia. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan.
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Shachar, A., & Levey, G. B. (Eds.). (2015). The politics of citizenship in immigrant democracies. London: Routledge.
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Smyer Yu, D. (2015). Mindscaping the landscape of Tibet: Place, memorability, ecoaesthetics. Berlin: De Gruyter.
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Udupa, S. (2015). Making news in global India: Media, publics, politics. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
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van der Veer, P., Goh, D. P. S., & Bunnell, T. (Eds.). (2015). Doing Asian cities [Special Issue]. Ethnography, 16(3).
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van der Veer, P. (Ed.). (2015). Handbook of religion and the Asian city: Aspiration and urbanization in the twenty-first century. California: University of California Press.
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Vertovec, S., & Meissner, F. (Eds.). (2015). Comparing super-diversity [Special Issue]. Ethnic and Racial Studies, 38(4).
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Vertovec, S. (Ed.). (2015). Diversities old and new: Migration and socio-spatial patterns in New York, Singapore and Johannesburg. New York: Palgrave Macmillan.
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Vertovec, S. (Ed.). (2015). Routledge international handbook of diversity studies. London: Routledge.
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Zeitschriftenartikel und Beiträge in Sammelbänden

Aptekar, S., & Cieslik, A. (2015). Astoria, New York City. In S. Vertovec (Ed.), Diversities old and new: Migration and socio-spatial patterns in New York, Singapore and Johannesburg (pp. 23-44). New York: Palgrave Macmillan.
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Aptekar, S. (2015). Boundaries and surveillance in Astoria. In S. Vertovec (Ed.), Diversities old and new: Migration and socio-spatial patterns in New York, Singapore and Johannesburg (pp. 103-119). New York: Palgrave Macmillan.
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Aptekar, S., Cieslik, A., Kathiravelu, L., Matshedisho, R., Wafer, A., & Ye, J. (2015). Corridors of dissociation. In S. Vertovec (Ed.), Diversities old and new: Migration and socio-spatial patterns in New York, Singapore and Johannesburg (pp. 224-246). New York: Palgrave Macmillan.
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Aptekar, S., & Kathiravelu, L. (2015). Rooms without walls: The closest of proximities. In S. Vertovec (Ed.), Diversities old and new: Migration and socio-spatial patterns in New York, Singapore and Johannesburg (pp. 194-201). New York: Palgrave Macmillan.
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Aptekar, S., & Matshedisho, R. (2015). Route-ines: Market exchanges. In S. Vertovec (Ed.), Diversities old and new: Migration and socio-spatial patterns in New York, Singapore and Johannesburg (pp. 177-184). New York: Palgrave Macmillan.
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Aptekar, S. (2015). Visions of public space: Reproducing and resisting social hierarchies in a community garden. Sociological Forum, 30(1), 209-227. doi:10.1111/socf.12152.
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Arnaut, K., & Spotti, M. (2015). Superdiversity discourse. In K. Tracy, C. Ilie, & T. Sandel (Eds.), The International Encyclopedia of Language and Social Interaction (pp. 1452-1458). Wiley-Blackwell.
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Baig, N. (2015). Aspiring in Karachi: Breathing life into the city of death. In P. van der Veer (Ed.), Handbook of religion and the Asian city: Aspiration and urbanization in the twenty-first century (pp. 351-366). California: University of California Press.
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Biehl, K. S. (2015). Governing through uncertainty: Experiences of being a refugee in Turkey as a country for temporary asylum. Social Analysis, 59(1), 57-75. doi:10.3167/sa.2015.590104.
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Biehl, K. S., Yasin, Y., & Erol, M. (2015). Infection of the invisible: Impressions of a Tuberculosis intervention program for migrants in Istanbul. Journal of Immigrant and Minority Health, 17(5), 1481-1486. doi:10.1007/s10903-014-0115-7.
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Binaisa, N. (2015). Disharmonious diaspora: African migrants negotiate identity in Britain. In A. Christou, & E. Mavroudi (Eds.), Dismantling diasporas: rethinking the geographies of diasporic identity, connection and development (pp. 57-70). London: Ashgate.
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Björkman, L. (2015). The Ostentatious Crowd: public protest as mass-political street theater in Mumbai. Critique of Anthropology, 35(2), 142-165. doi:10.1177/0308275X15569851.
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Blanton, A. (2015). Prayer. In B. Plate (Ed.), Key terms in material religion (pp. 161-167). London: Bloomsbury.
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Burchardt, M., & Michalowski, I. (2015). After integration: Islam, conviviality and contentious politics in Europe. In M. Burchardt, & I. Michalowski (Eds.), After integration: Islam, conviviality and contentious politics in Europe (pp. 3-16). Wiesbaden: Springer VS.
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Burchardt, M., & Michalowski, I. (2015). Islam in Europe: Cross-national differences in accommodation and explanations. In M. Burchardt, & I. Michalowski (Eds.), After integration: Islam, conviviality and contentious politics in Europe (pp. 105-127). Wiesbaden: Springer VS.
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Burchardt, M. (2015). Längst angekommen: Entgegen aller Kritik: Muslimische Einwanderer sind in Europa gut integriert. Kulturaustausch, (3), 68-70.
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Burchardt, M., Wohlrab-Sahr, M., & Middell, M. (2015). Multiple secularities beyond the West: An introduction. In M. Burchardt, M. Wohlrab-Sahr, & M. Middell (Eds.), Multiple secularities beyond the West: Religion and modernity in the global age (pp. 1-18). Berlin: de Gruyter.
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Burchardt, M. (2015). The self as capital in the narrative economy: how biographical testimonies move activism in the Global South. Sociology of Health & Illness. doi:10.1111/1467-9566.12381.
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Burchardt, M. (2015). Should public space be secular? In S. Sinn, M. Khorchide, & D. El Omari (Eds.), Religious Plurality and the Public Space (pp. 155-165). Leipzig: Evangelische Verlagsanstalt.
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Chaloyan, A. (2015). Studying transnational lifestyles: Transnational social fields of second generation Armenians in Germany. In A. Mkrtichyan (Ed.), Armenians around the World (pp. 107-126). Frankfurt/M: Peter Lang.
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Chandra, U. (2015). Towards Adivasi studies: New perspectives on ‘Tribal’ margins of Modern India. Studies in History, 31(1), 122-127. doi:10.1177/0257643014558479.
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Cieslik, A., & Matshedisho, R. (2015). Corridors of dissociation: Talk to me. In S. Vertovec (Ed.), Diversities old and new: Migration and socio-spatial patterns in New York, Singapore and Johannesburg (pp. 231-238). New York: Palgrave Macmillan.
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Cieslik, A. (2015). Religion in public spaces of Astoria. In S. Vertovec (Ed.), Diversities old and new: Migration and socio-spatial patterns in New York, Singapore and Johannesburg (pp. 87-102). New York: Palgrave Macmillan.
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Cieslik, A., & Ye, J. (2015). Rooms without walls: Singular and multiple affinities. In S. Vertovec (Ed.), Diversities old and new: Migration and socio-spatial patterns in New York, Singapore and Johannesburg (pp. 213-223). New York: Palgrave Macmillan.
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Connor, P., & Koenig, M. (2015). Explaining the Muslim employment gap in Western Europe: Individual-level effects and ethno-religious penalties. Social Science Research, 49, 191-201. doi:10.1016/j.ssresearch.2014.08.001.
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Cornelio, J. S. (2014). Billboard advertising and sexualisation in Metro Manila. European Journal of East Asian Studies, 13(1), 68-92. doi: 10.1163/15700615-01301006.
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Cornelio, J. S. (2015). Filipino Catholic students and prayer as conversation with God. In G. Giordan, & L. Woodhead (Eds.), A sociology of prayer (pp. 133-152). Farnham Surrey: Ashgate.
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Cornelio, J. S. (2015). Global and religious: Urban aspirations and the governance of religions in Metro Manila. In P. van der Veer (Ed.), Handbook of religion and the Asian city: Aspiration and urbanization in the twenty-first century (pp. 69-88). California: University of California Press.
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Cornelio, J. S. (2015). Youth and religion in East and Southeast Asia. In J. Wyn, & H. Cahill (Eds.), Handbook of children and youth studies (pp. 903-916). Singapore: Springer.
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Fisher, G. (2015). The flexibility of religion: Buddhist temples as multiaspirational sites in contemporary Beijing. In P. van der Veer (Ed.), Handbook of religion and the Asian city: Aspiration and urbanization in the twenty-first century (pp. 299-314). California: University of California Press.
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Gadjanova, E. (2015). Measuring parties’ ethnic appeals in democracies. Party Politics, 21(2), 309-327. doi:10.1177/1354068812472586.
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Gandhi, A. (2015). The postcolonial street: Patterns, modes and forms. In C. Bates, & M. Mio (Eds.), Cities in South Asia (pp. 265-286). London: Routledge.
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Gupta, R. (2015). There must be some way out of here: Beyond a spatial conception of Muslim ghettoization in Mumbai? Ethnography, 16(3), 352-370. doi:10.1177/1466138114552941.
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Heil, T. (2015). Between phatic communion and coping tactic: Casamançais multilingual practices. Multilingual Margins, 2(1), 67-82.
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Heil, T. (2015). Conviviality: (Re)negotiating minimal consensus. In S. Vertovec (Ed.), Routledge international handbook of diversity studies (pp. 317-324). London: Routledge.
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Heil, T. (2015). Living with difference locally, comparing transnationally: conviviality in Catalonia à la Casamance. In N. Sigona, A. Gamlen, G. Liberatore, & H. Neveu Kringelbach (Eds.), Diasporas Reimagined: Spaces, practices and belonging (pp. 41-44). Oxford: Oxford Diasporas Programme.
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Heo, A. (2015). Relic technics and the extensible memory of Coptic orthodoxy. Material Religion, 11(1), 50-74. doi:10.2752/205393215X14259900061599.
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Horstmann, A. (2015). Feminization of Islam? Agency and visibility of women in southern Thailand’s branch of the Tablighi Jama’at’s missionary movement. In H. Ahmed-Ghosh (Ed.), Contesting feminisms: Gender and Islam in Asia (pp. 49-68). Albany: State University of New York Press. [repository] [publisher]

Horstmann, A., & Jung, J.-H. (2015). Introduction: Refugees and Religion. In Building Noah's ark for migrants, refugees, and religious communities (pp. 1-20). New York: Palgrave Macmillan.
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Hüttermann, J. (2015). Figurational change and primordialism in a multicultural society: A model explained on the basis of the German case. In M. Burchardt, & I. Michalowski (Eds.), After integration: Islam, conviviality and contentious politics in Europe (pp. 17-42). Wiesbaden: Springer VS. [repository] [publisher]

Janev, G. (2015). ‘Skopje 2014’: erasing memories, building history. In M. Couroucli, & T. Marinov (Eds.), Balkan heritages: Negotiating history and culture (pp. 111-130). Farnham Surrey: Ashgate.
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Jung, J.-H. (2015). Conversion to be: The Christian encounters of North Korean migrants in late cold war Korea. In T. Ngo, & J. Buck Quijada (Eds.), Atheist secularism and its discontents: A comparative study of religion and communism in Eurasia (pp. 190-209). Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan. [repository] [publisher]

Jung, J.-H., & Kim, H.-c. (2015). Hankuk-Tokil hakkyo kyosa insike kich’ohan sot’ong chungsim mirae kyoyuk t’amsaek” = A search for a communication-oriented future education based on a survey of Korean and German school teachers. Kyoyuk ch’ŏlhak, 56, 1-33.
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Jung, J.-H. (2015). North Korean migrants in South Korea: From heroes to burdens and first unifiers. In J. Lie (Ed.), Multiethnic Korea? Multiculturalism, migration, and peoplehood diversity in contemporary South Korea (pp. 142-164). Berkeley: Institute of East Asian Studies, University of California. [repository] [publisher]

Jung, J.-H. (2015). The politics of desecularization: Christian churches and North Korean migrants in Seoul. In P. van der Veer (Ed.), Handbook of religion and the Asian city: Aspiration and urbanization in the twenty-first century (pp. 254-272). California: University of California Press.
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Jung, J.-H. (2015). Refugee and Religious Narratives: The Conversion of North Koreans from Refugees to God’s Warriors. In J.-H. Jung, & A. Horstmann (Eds.), Building Noah's ark for migrants, refugees, and religious communities (pp. 77-100). New York: Palgrave Macmillan.
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Jung, J.-H. (2015). Some tears of religious aspiration: Dynamics of Korean suffering in post-war Seoul, South Korea. World History Connected, 12(2).
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Jung, J.-H. (2015). Underground railroads of Christian conversion: North Korean migrants and evangelical missionary networks in Northeast Asia / 皈依基督教的地下通道: 北朝鲜移民与东北亚的 新教传教士. Cultural Diversity in China, 1(2), 179-203. doi:10.1515/cdc-2015-0012. [repository] [download pdf] [publisher]

Kang, J. (2015). The concept of social network in Chinese Christianity / 中国基督教的社会网络 概念. Cultural Diversity in China, 1(2), 219-232. doi:10.1515/cdc-2015-0010.
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Kankonde, P., Lakika, D., & Richters, A. (2015). Violence, suffering and support: Congolese forced migrants’ experiences of psychosocial services in Johannesburg. In I. Palmary, B. Hamber, & L. Núñez (Eds.), Healing and change in the city of gold (pp. 101-120). Cham: Springer.
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Kathiravelu, L., & Wafer, A. (2015). Corridors of dissociation: Exclusive or exclusionary? In S. Vertovec (Ed.), Diversities old and new: Migration and socio-spatial patterns in New York, Singapore and Johannesburg (pp. 238-246). New York: Palgrave Macmillan.
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Kathiravelu, L. (2015). Encounter, transport and transitory spaces in Jurong West. In S. Vertovec (Ed.), Diversities old and new: Migration and socio-spatial patterns in New York, Singapore and Johannesburg (pp. 120-134). New York: Palgrave Macmillan.
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Kathiravelu, L., & Ye, J. (2015). Jurong West, Singapore. In S. Vertovec (Ed.), Diversities old and new: Migration and socio-spatial patterns in New York, Singapore and Johannesburg (pp. 45-66). New York: Palgrave Macmillan.
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Kathiravelu, L. (2015). The “Other” NRIs: The case of low-wage Indian migrants in the Gulf. In J. Battacharya, & C. Kripalani (Eds.), Indian and Chinese immigrant communities: A comparative approach. London: Anthem Press. [repository] [publisher]

Kathiravelu, L., & Cieslik, A. (2015). Route-ines: For the kids. In S. Vertovec (Ed.), Diversities old and new: Migration and socio-spatial patterns in New York, Singapore and Johannesburg (pp. 184-192). New York: Palgrave Macmillan.
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Koenig, M. (2015). Between world society and multiple modernities: Comparing cultural constructions of secularity and institutional varieties of secularism. In M. Burchardt, M. Wohlrab-Sahr, & M. Middell (Eds.), Multiple secularities beyond the West: Religion and modernity in the global age (pp. 285-304). Berlin: de Gruyter. [repository] [publisher]

Koenig, M. (2015). Dynamiken institutioneller Säkularisierung: Die Rechtsprechung des EGMR in Fragen religiöser Diversität. In H. M. Heinig, & W. Christian (Eds.), Religionsverfassungsrechtliche Spannungsfelder (pp. 147-170). Tübingen: Mohr Siebeck.
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Koenig, M. (2015). Governance of religious diversity at the European Court of Human Rights. In J. Boulden, & W. Kymlicka (Eds.), International approaches to governing ethnic diversity (pp. 51-78). Oxford: Oxford University Press.
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Koenig, M. (2015). Incorporating Muslim migrants in western nation states: A comparison of the United Kingdom, France, and Germany. In M. Burchardt, & I. Michalowski (Eds.), After integration: Islam, conviviality and contentious politics in Europe (pp. 43-58). Wiesbaden: Springer VS.
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Koenig, M. (2015). Neo-Institutionalistische Weltgesellschaftstheorie und die Perspektiven einer historischen Soziologie der Menschenrechte. In B. Heintz, & B. Leisering (Eds.), Menschenrechte in der Weltgesellschaft: Deutungswandel und Wirkungsweise eines globalen Leitwerts (pp. 98-129). Frankfurt/M: Campus. [repository] [publisher]

Koenig, M., & Knöbl, W. (2015). Religion, nationalism and European integration: Introduction. In M. Koenig, W. Knöbl, & W. Spohn (Eds.), Religion and national identities in an enlarged Europe (pp. 1-16). Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan.
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Koenig, M., Trittler, S., & Mandes, S. (2015). Religious dimensions of national and european identities: Evidence from cross-national survey research. In M. Koenig, W. Knöbl, & W. Spohn (Eds.), Religion and national identities in an enlarged Europe (pp. 124-145). Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan.
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Koenig, M., & Knöbl, W. (2015). Varieties of religious nationalism. In M. Koenig, W. Knöbl, & W. Spohn (Eds.), Religion and national identities in an enlarged Europe (pp. 146-162). Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan.
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Krause, K. (2015). Orientations: Moral geographies in transnational Ghanaian pentecostal networks. In S. Coleman, & R. I. J. Hackett (Eds.), The anthropology of global pentecostalism and evangelicalism (pp. 75-94). New York: New York University Press.
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Kusters, A., & Friedner, M. (2015). Afterword: It’s a Small World? In A. Kusters, & M. Friedner (Eds.), It’s a small world: International deaf spaces and encounters (pp. 287-288). Washington, DC: Gallaudet University Press.
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Kusters, A., Toura-Jensen, O., Verhelst, F., & Vestergaard, O. (2015). Changing the world (or not): Reflecting on interactions in the Gglobal south during the frontrunners program. In A. Kusters, & M. Friedner (Eds.), It’s a small world: International deaf spaces and encounters (pp. 249-261). Washington, DC: Gallaudet University Press. [repository]

Kusters, A., & Friedner, M. (2015). Introduction: DEAF-SAME and difference in international deaf spaces and encounters. In A. Kusters, & M. Friedner (Eds.), It’s a small world: International deaf spaces and encounters. Washington, DC: Gallaudet University Press.
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Kusters, A. (2015). To the farm, again and again, once and for all? Education, charitable aid and development projects for deaf people in Adamorobe, Ghana. In A. C. Cooper, & K. K. Rashid (Eds.), Citizenship, politics, difference: Perspectives from Sub-Saharan signed language communities (pp. 162-184). Washington DC: Gallaudet University Press.
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Kusters, A. (2015). Peasants, warriors and the streams: Language games and etiologies of deafness in Adamorobe, Ghana. Medical Anthropology Quarterly, 29(3), 418-436. doi:10.1111/maq.12234.
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Kusters, A., de Meulder, M., Friedner, M., & Emery, S. (2015). Zu „Diversität“ und „Inklusion“: Unterschiedliche Paradigmen für die Umsetzung der Rechte von Sign Language Peoples. Das Zeichen: Zeitschrift für Sprache und Kultur Gehörloser, 29(100), 210-225. [repository]

Martínez Ariño, J., Garcia-Romeral, G., Ubarsat-Gonzalez, G., & Griera, M. (2015). Demonopolisation and dislocation: (Re-) negotiating the place and role of religion in Spanish prisons. Social compass, 62(1), 3-21. doi:1177/0037768614560875.
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Martínez Ariño, J., Griera, M., Clot-Garrell, A., & Garcia-Romeral, G. (2015). Religión e instituciones públicas en España: Hospitales y prisiones en perspectiva comparada. Revista Internacional de Sociología, 73(3): e018. doi:10.3989/ris.2015.73.3.e020.
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Masoudi Nejad, R. (2015). The Muharram procession of Mumbai: From seafront to cemetery. In P. van der Veer (Ed.), Handbook of religion and the Asian city: Aspiration and urbanization in the twenty-first century (pp. 89-109). California: University of California Press.
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Matshedisho, R. (2015). Homelessness in Berea Park, Hillbrow. In S. Vertovec (Ed.), Diversities old and new: Migration and socio-spatial patterns in New York, Singapore and Johannesburg (pp. 144-155). New York: Palgrave Macmillan.
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Matshedisho, R., & Aptekar, S. (2015). Rooms without walls: Soccer as social glue. In S. Vertovec (Ed.), Diversities old and new: Migration and socio-spatial patterns in New York, Singapore and Johannesburg (pp. 207-213). New York: Palgrave Macmillan.
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Newhouse, L., Lopez, P. J., & Bhungalia, L. (2015). Geographies of humanitarian violence. Environment and Planning A, 47(11), 2232-2239. doi:10.1177/0308518X15613330.
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Newhouse, L. (2015). More than mere survival: violence, humanitarian governance and practical material politics in a Kenyan refugee camp. Environment and Planning A, 47. doi:10.1068/a140106p.
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Ngo, T. (2015). Dealing with the dragon: Urban planning in Hanoi. In P. van der Veer (Ed.), Handbook of religion and the Asian city: Aspiration and urbanization in the twenty-first century (pp. 186-200). California: University of California Press.
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Ngo, T., & Buck Quijada, J. (2015). Introduction: Atheist secularism and its discontents. In T. Ngo, & J. Buck Quijada (Eds.), Atheist secularism and its discontents: A comparative study of religion and communism in Eurasia (pp. 1-26). Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan.
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Ngo, T. (2015). Missionary encounters at the China-Vietnam border: The case of the Hmong. Cultural Diversity in China, 1(1), 68-83. doi: 10.1515/cdc-2015-0003.
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Ngo, T. (2015). Protestant conversion and social conflict: The case of the Hmong in contemporary Vietnam. Journal of Southeast Asian Studies, 46(2), 274-292. doi:10.1017/S0022463415000089.
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Ozgen, Z. (2015). Maintaining ethnic boundaries in “non-ethnic” contexts: constructivist theory and the sexual reproduction of diversity. Theory and Society, 44(1), 33-64. doi:10.1007/s11186-014-9239-y.
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Petermann, S., Molina, J. L., & Herz, A. (2015). Defining and measuring transnational fields. Field Methods, 27(3), 223-243. doi:10.1177/1525822X14556254.
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Roberts, N. (2015). From village to city: Hinduism and the “Hindu caste system”. In P. van der Veer (Ed.), Handbook of religion and the Asian city: Aspiration and urbanization in the twenty-first century (pp. 237-253). California: University of California Press.
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Roberts, N. (2015). Setting caste back on its feet: [Review of:] Beyond caste: identity and power in South Asia, past and present by Sumit Guha. Anthropology of this century, (13).
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Schiller, M. (2015). The implementation trap: the local level and diversity policies. International Review of Administrative Sciences. doi:10.1177/0020852315590204.
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Schiller, M. (2015). Paradigmatic pragmatism and the politics of diversity. Ethnic and Racial Studies, 38(7), 1120-1136. doi:10.1080/01419870.2014.992925.
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Shachar, A. (2015). Introduction: Citizenship and the ‘right to have rights’. In A. Shachar, & G. B. Levey (Eds.), The politics of citizenship in immigrant democracies (pp. 1-11). London: Routledge.
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Shachar, A. (2015). Law, religion and gender. In S. Ferrari (Ed.), Routledge handbook of law and religion (pp. 321-336). London: Routledge.
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