2016

Bücher und herausgegebene Bände

Arnaut, K., & Garvey, M. M. (2016). Compagnon! Journal d'un noussi en guerre: 2002-2011. Cameroon: Langaa RPCIG.
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Arnaut, K., Blommaert, J., Rampton, B., & Spotti, M. (Eds.). (2016). Language and Superdiversity. London: Routledge.
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Bacigalupo, A. M. (2016). Thunder Shaman: Making history with Mapuche spirits in Chile and Patagonia. Austin: University of Texas Press.
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Burchardt, M., Höhne, S., & Simone, A. (Eds.). (2016). The infrastructures of diversity: Materiality and culture in urban space [Special Issue]. New Diversities, 17(2).
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Burchardt, M., Patterson, A., & Rasmussen, L. M. (Eds.). (2016). The politics and anti-politics of social movements: Religion and AIDS in Africa. London: Routledge.
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Burchardt, M., & Becci, I. (Eds.). (2016). Religion and superdiversity [Special Issue]. New Diversities, 18(1).
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Futterlieb, K., & Probstmeyer, J. (Eds.). (2016). Diversity Management und interkulturelle Arbeit in Bibliotheken. Berlin: de Gruyter.
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Jung, J.-H., & van der Veer, P. (Eds.). (2016). Urban aspirations in Seoul [Special Issue]. Journal of Korean Religions, 7(2).
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Kang, J. (2016). House church christianity in China: From rural preachers to city pastors. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan.
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Kankonde Bukasa, P., Wilhelm-Solomon, M., Núñez, L., & Malcomess, B. (2016). Routes and rites to the city: Introduction. In P. Kankonde Bukasa, M. Wilhelm-Solomon, L. Núñez, & B. Malcomess (Eds.), Routes and rites to the city (pp. 1-30). Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan.
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Masoudi Nejad, R. (Ed.). (2016). Crowds, protests and processions: revisiting urban experiences [Special Issue]. Distinktion: Journal of Social Theory, 17(3).
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Meissner, F. (2016). Socialising with diversity: Relational diversity through a superdiversity lens. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan.
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Ngo, T. (2016). The new way: Protestantism and the Hmong in Vietnam. Seattle: University of Washington Press.
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Palmberger, M. (2016). How generations remember: Conflicting histories and shared memories in post-war Bosnia and Herzegovina. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan.
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Palmberger, M., & Tošić, J. (Eds.). (2016). Memories on the move: experiencing mobility, rethinking the past. London: Palgrave Macmillan.
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Roberts, N. (2016). To be cared for: The power of conversion and foreignness of belonging in an Indian Slum. Oakland, California: University of California Press.
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Schönwälder, K., Vertovec, S., Petermann, S., Hüttermann, J., Hewstone, M., Stolle, D., Schmid, K., & Schmitt, T. M. (2016). Diversity and Contact: Immigration and social interaction in German cities. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan. [repository] [publisher]

Schiller, M. (2016). European cities, municipal organizations and diversity: The new politics of difference. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan.
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van der Veer, P. (2016). 亚洲的精神性. 印度与中国的灵性与世俗 (yazhou de jingshenxing. yindu yu zhongguo de lingxing yu shisu) = The modern spirit of Asia: The spiritual and the secular in China and India. Beijing: Social Sciences Academic Press (China).
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van der Veer, P., & Goh, D. (Eds.). (2016). The sacred and the urban in Asia [Special Issue]. International Sociology, 31(4).
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van der Veer, P. (2016). The value of comparison. Durham: Duke University Press.
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Ye, J. (2016). Class inequality in the global city: Migrants, workers and cosmopolitanism in Singapore. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan.
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Zeitschriftenartikel und Beiträge in Sammelbänden

Akan, M. (2016). Diverse subjects of interpenetrations - Göle Nilüfer, Islam and secularity: The future of Europe’s public sphere (Durham, Duke University Press, 2015) and Musulmans au quotidien: Une enquête européenne sur les controverses autour de l’islam (Paris, La Découverte, 2015). European Journal of Sociology / Archives Européennes de Sociologie, 57(3), 501-505. [repository] [publisher]

Akan, M. (2016). Looking beyond ‘imaginary’ analytics and hermeneutics in comparative politics. Philosophy and social criticism. doi:10.1177/0191453716682370.
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Aragón, B. M. (2016). Women rights or "unborn" rights? Laws andlLoopholes in Madrid’s public healthcare services abortion provision to migrant women. In S. De Zordo, J. Mishtal, & L. Anton (Eds.), A fragmented landscape: Abortion governance and protest logics in Europe (pp. 169-186). New York: Berghahn. [repository] [publisher]

Arnaut, K., & Garvey, M. M. (2016). Au lieu d’une introduction. In Compagnon! Journal d'un noussi en guerre: 2002-2011 (pp. ix-xx). Cameroon: Langaa RPCIG.
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Arnaut, K., Blommaert, J., Rampton, B., & Spotti, M. (2016). Introduction: Superdiversity and sociolinguistics. In K. Arnaut, J. Blommaert, B. Rampton, & M. Spotti (Eds.), Language and Superdiversity (pp. 1-18). London: Routledge.
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Arnaut, K. (2016). Super-diversity: Elements of an emerging perspective. In K. Arnaut, J. Blommaert, B. Rampton, & M. Spotti (Eds.), Language and Superdiversity (pp. 49-70). London: Routledge.
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Arnaut, K. (2016). Super-diversity: Elements of an emerging perspective. In K. Arnaut, J. Blommaert, B. Rampton, & M. Spotti (Eds.), Language and Superdiversity (pp. 49-70). London: Routledge.
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Bacigalupo, A. M. (2016). The paradox of disremembering the dead: Ritual, memory, and embodied historicity in Mapuche Shamanic personhood. Anthropology and Humanism, 41(2), 139-157. doi:10.1111/anhu.12124.
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Becker, S. (2016). Diskurse über Sprachreinheit und die Praxis der Sprachmischungen. In P. Salerni, & J. Senf (Eds.), Textes et contextes de l'immigration: France et Allemagne face à la mondialisation = Texte und Kontexte der Migration: Frankreich und Deutschland im Zuge der Mondialisierung (pp. 225-242). Paris: Hermann. [repository] [publisher]

Becker, S. (2016). Translanguaging im transnationalen Raum Deutschland-Türkei. In A. Küppers, B. Pusch, & P. Uyan Semerci (Eds.), Bildung in transnationalen Räumen: Education in transnational spaces (pp. 35-52). Wiesbaden: Springer.
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Biehl, K. S. (2016). Les changements provoques par les mouvements migratoires et le sentiment d’appartenance dans un quartier d’Istanbul. Anatoli, 2016(7), 127-146.
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Binaisa, N., & Bakewell, O. (2016). Tracing diasporic identifications in Africa's urban landscapes: evidence from Lusaka and Kampala. Ethnic and Racial Studies, 39(2), 280-300. doi:10.1080/01419870.2016.1105994.
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Blanton, A. (2016). Appalachian radio prayers: The prosthesis of the holy ghost and the drive to tactility. Journal of Poetics Research, 2016(4).
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Blanton, A. (2016). The sacred diesel: Infrastructures of transportation and religious art in Manila. New Diversities, 17(2), 73-86.
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Bradby, H. (2016). Medical migration and the global politics of equality. In A. Whitehead, & A. Woods (Eds.), The Edinburgh companion to the critical medical humanities (pp. 491-507). Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press.
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Buddenbohm, S., Engelhardt, C., & Wuttke, U. (2016). Angebotsgenese für ein geisteswissenschaftliches Forschungsdatenzentrum. Zeitschrift für digitale Geisteswissenschaften. doi:10.17175/2016_003.
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Buddenbohm, S., Bingert, S., & Kurzawe, D. (2016). Referencing of complex software environments as representations of research data. In F. Loizides, & B. Schmidt (Eds.), Positioning and Power in Academic Publishing: Players, Agents and Agendas (pp. 58-68). IOS Press. [repository] [download pdf] [publisher]

Burchardt, M. (2016). Does religion need rehabilitation? Charles Taylor and the critique of secularism. In F. Zemmin, C. Jager, & G. Vanheeswijck (Eds.), Working with a secular age: Interdisciplinary perspectives on Charles Taylor's master narrative (pp. 137-158). Berlin: de Gruyter.
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Burchardt, M. (2016). The infrastructures of diversity: Materiality and culture in urban space – an introduction. New Diversities, 17(2), 1-13.
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Burchardt, M. (2016). Infrastrutture del religioso: materialità e disposizioni d'ordine urbano. Historia Religionum, 8, 67-78. doi:10.19272/201604901007.
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Burchardt, M., Patterson, A., & Vander Meulen, R. J. (2016). HIV/AIDS activism, framing and identity formation in Mozambique’s Equipas de Vida. In M. Burchardt, A. Patterson, & L. M. Rasmussen (Eds.), The politics and anti-politics of social movements: Religion and AIDS in Africa (pp. 79-102). London: Routledge. [repository] [publisher]

Burchardt, M. (2016). Recalling modernity: how nationalist memories shape religious diversity in Quebec and Catalonia. Nations and Nationalism. doi:10.1111/nana.12233.
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Burchardt, M., & Karstein, U. (2016). Religion. In R. Gugutzer, G. Klein, & M. Meuser (Eds.), Handbuch Körpersoziologie: Band 2 Forschungsfelder und Methodische Zugänge (pp. 203-216). Wiesbaden: Springer.
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Burchardt, M., & Becci, I. (Eds.). (2016). Religion and superdiversity: An introduction. New Diversities, 18(1), 1-7.
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Burchardt, M., & Griera, M. (2016). Religión y espacio público: el conflicto en torno a la regulación del velo integral islámico = Religion and public space: The conflict about Islamic face veiling. Papeles del CEIC, 2016(2): 159. doi:10.1387/pceic.16190.
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Burchardt, M., Becci, I., & Giorda, M. (2017). Religious super-diversity and spatial strategies in two European cities. Current Sociology, 65(1), 73-91. doi:10.1177/0011392116632030.
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Burchardt, M., & Hovhannisyan, H. (2016). Religious vs secular nationhood: ‘Multiple secularities’ in post-Soviet Armenia. Social Compass, 63(4), 427-443. doi:10.1177/0037768616663981.
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Burchardt, M. (2016). The self as capital in the narrative economy: how biographical testimonies move activism in the global South. Sociology of Health & Illness, 38(4), 592-609. doi:10.1111/1467-9566.12381.
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Burchardt, M. (2016). State regulation or ‘Public Religion’? Religious diversity in post-apartheid South Africa. In A. Dawson (Ed.), The politics and practice of religious diversity (pp. 187-204). London: Routledge.
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Carabelli, G., & Lyon, D. (2016). Researching young people’s orientations to the future: the methodological challenges of using arts practice. Qualitative Research, 16(4), 430-445. doi:10.1177/1468794115587393.
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Carabelli, G. (2016). Rubbers, pens, and crayons: Rebuilding Mostar through art interventions. In É. O'Ciardha, & G. Vojvoda-Engstler (Eds.), Politics of identity in post-conflict states (pp. 116-128). London: Routledge.
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Carabelli, G., & Lyon, D. (2016). Young people's orientations to the future: navigating the present and imagining the future. Journal of Youth Studies, 19(8), 1110-1127. doi:10.1080/13676261.2016.1145641.
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Chan, F.-H.-H., Banerjee, T., & Chakravarty, S. (2016). Negotiating the identity of diaspora: Ethnoscapes of the Southeast Asian communities in Los Angeles. In S. Moroni, & D. Weberman (Eds.), Space and Pluralism (pp. 155-172). Budapest: Central European Press. [repository]

Cornelio, J. S., & de Castro, D. F. T. (2016). The state of indigenous education in the Philippines today. In P.-s. Ng, & J. Xing (Eds.), Indigenous culture, education and globalization: critical perspectives from Asia (pp. 159-179). Heidelberg: Springer.
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Fleischer, A. (2016). Armenian returnees from Russia: struggles between reintegration and re-emigration. In K. Siekierski, & S. Troebst (Eds.), Armenians in Post-Socialist Europe (pp. 54-68). Köln: Böhlau Verlag.
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Friese, S. (2016). Grounded Theory computergestützt und umgesetzt mit ATLAS.ti. In C. Equit, & C. Hohage (Eds.), Handbuch Grounded Theory: Von der Methodologie zur Forschungspraxis (pp. 483-507). Weinheim: Beltz Juventa.
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Friese, S. (2016). Qualitative data analysis software: The state of the art. Kwalon, 21(1).
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Futterlieb, K., & Schoof, K. (2016). That special place. In K. Umlauf, K. U. Werner, & A. Kaufmann (Eds.), Strategien für die Bibliothek als Ort: Festschrift für Petra Hauke zum 70. Geburtstag (pp. 189-202). Berlin: de Gruyter.
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Gandhi, A. (2016). Delicious Delhi: nostalgia, consumption and the old city. Identities: Global Studies in Culture and Power, 23(3), 345-361. doi:10.1080/1070289X.2015.1034130.
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Gandhi, A. (2016). The Hermeneutics of the Bazaar: Sincerity's elusiveness in Delhi. South Asia: Journal of South Asian Studies, 39(1), 126-148. doi:10.1080/00856401.2016.1149766.
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Gandhi, A. (2016). The language of the crowd: public congregation in Urban India. Distinktion: Journal of Social Theory, 17(3), 308-315. doi:10.1080/1600910X.2016.1265570.
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Gandhi, A., & Hoek, L. (2016). Provisional relations, indeterminate conditions: Non-sociological sociality in South Asia. South Asia: Journal of South Asian Studies, 39(1), 64-72. doi:10.1080/00856401.2016.1157567.
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Graham, F. (2016). The temple of mysterious virtue – 29th anniversary celebrations, December 27 2013 – Jan 31st 2014, Singapore. Cultural Diversity in China, 2(1), 77-100. doi:10.1515/cdc-2016-0003.
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Hellmann, N. (2016). Wildlife Trafficking in Mongla. Terrain, (Oktober 4, 2016).
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Horstmann, A. (2016). The culture and landscape of a humanitarian economy among the Karen of southeast Myanmar and northwestern Thailand. In S.-A. Oh (Ed.), Myanmar's mountain and maritime borderscapes: local practices, boundary-making and figured worlds (pp. 171-190). Singapore: ISEAS-Yusof Ishak Institute.
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Huang, W. (2016). Sustainable development and Karma logistics: The moral discourse of reformed Buddhism and capital-linkes business professionals in Shanghai. In N. Lahiri, & U. Singh (Eds.), Buddhism in Asia: Revival and Reinvention (pp. 365-384). Manohar.
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Janev, G. (2016). Contesting ethnocratic spatial order: Narrative spaces in Skopje. European Quarterly of Political Attitudes and Mentalities, 5(2), 24-35.
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Jung, J.-H. (2016). [책과 삶] 평화는 폭력을 줄여가는 과정 = Peace is a process of reducing violence. Kyunghayng Daily.
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Jung, J.-H. (2016). The religious-political aspirations of North Korean migrants and protestant churches in Seoul. Journal of Korean Religions, 7(2), 123-148. doi:10.1353/jkr.2016.0013.
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Jung, J.-H., & van der Veer, P. (2016). Urban aspirations in Seoul: Guest editors’ introduction. Journal of Korean Religions, 7(2), 5-9. doi:10.1353/jkr.2016.0008.
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Jung, J.-H. (2016). Yurŏpesŏui hankukhak tonghyangkwa jŏnmang = A trend and prospect of Korean studies in Europe. Hankukmunhwayŏngku, 31(0), 271-287.
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Kankonde Bukasa, P., Wilhelm-Solomon, M., Núñez, L., & Malcomess, B. (2016). Conclusion: Towards new routes. In P. Kankonde Bukasa, M. Wilhelm-Solomon, L. Núñez, & B. Malcomess (Eds.), Routes and rites to the city (pp. 307-318). Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan.
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Kankonde Bukasa, P., & Núñez, L. (2016). Migration and the sacred in greater Rosettenville, Johannesburg. In P. Kankonde Bukasa, M. Wilhelm-Solomon, L. Núñez, & B. Malcomess (Eds.), Routes and rites to the city (pp. 61-89). Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan.
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Koenig, M. (2016). Beyond the paradigm of secularization? In F. Zemmin, C. Jager, & G. Vanheeswijck (Eds.), Working with a secular age: Interdisciplinary perspectives on Charles Taylor's master narrative (pp. 23-48). Berlin: de Gruyter.
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Koenig, M., Maliepaard, M., & Güveli, A. (2016). Religion and new immigrants' labor market entry in Western Europe. Ethnicities, 16(2), 213-235. doi:10.1177/1468796815616159.
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Krause, K., & van Dijk, R. (2016). Hodological care among Ghanaian pentecostals: De-diasporization and belonging in transnational religious networks. Diaspora: A Journal of Transnational Studies, 19(1), 97-115.
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Kusters, A. (2016). Autogestion and competing hierarchies: deaf and other perspectives on diversity and the right to occupy space in the Mumbai surburban trains. Social & Cultural Geography. doi:10.1080/14649365.2016.1171387.
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Kusters, A., Friedner, M., & Green, M. (2016). Deaf Community: Southern Asia. In G. Gertz, & P. Boudreault (Eds.), The SAGE Deaf Studies Encyclopedia (pp. 55-58).
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Kusters, A., Boland, A., & Friedner, M. (2016). Deaf International Development. In G. Gertz, & P. Boudreault (Eds.), The SAGE Deaf Studies Encyclopedia (pp. 254-256).
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Kusters, A. (2016). Signing Communities. In G. Gertz, & P. Boudreault (Eds.), The SAGE Deaf Studies Encyclopedia (pp. 887-890).
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Kusters, A., Friedner, M., & Haualand, H. (2016). Transnationalism. In G. Gertz, & P. Boudreault (Eds.), The SAGE Deaf Studies Encyclopedia (pp. 979-982).
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Ladwig, P. (2016). Emotions and narrative: Excessive giving and ethical ambivalence in the Lao Vessantara Jataka. In S. Collins (Ed.), Readings of the Vessantara Jataka (pp. 53-80). New York: Columbia University Press.
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Ladwig, P. (2016). Religious place making: Civilized modernity and the spread of Buddhism among the Cheng, a Mon-Khmer minority in southern Laos. In M. Dickhardt, & A. Lauser (Eds.), Religion, place and modernity (pp. 95-124). Leiden: Brill.
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Lam, T., Platt, M., Baey, G., Yeoh, B. S. A., & Khoo, C. Y. (2016). Debt, precarity and gender: male and female temporary labour migrants in Singapore. Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies. doi:10.1080/1369183X.2016.1218756.
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Lam, T., & Yeoh, B. S. A. (2016). Immigration and its (Dis)Contents: The challenges of highly skilled migration in globalizing Singapore. American Behavioral Scientist, 60(5-6), 637-658. doi:10.1177/0002764216632831.
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Lam, T., Yeoh, B. S. A., Platt, M., Khoo, C. Y., & Baey, G. (2016). Indonesian domestic workers and the (un)making of transnational livelihoods and provisional futures = Travailleurs domestiques indonésiens, (dé)faire les moyens de subsistance des transnationaux et leur avenir provisoire. Social & Cultural Geography. doi:10.1080/14649365.2016.1185800. [repository] [publisher]

Lam, T., & Yeoh, B. S. A. (2016). Migrant mothers, left-behind fathers: the negotiation of gender subjectivities in Indonesia and the Philippines. Gender, Place & Culture.
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Lam, T., Platt, M., Yeoh, B. S. A., Acedera, K. A., Khoo, C. Y., & Baey, G. (2016). Renegotiating migration experiences: Indonesian domestic workers in Singapore and use of information communication technologies. New Media & Society, 18(10), 2207-2223. doi:10.1177/1461444816655614. [repository] [publisher]

Lam, T., Yeoh, B. S. A., & Chen, A. (2016). Urban dreams in an Island-Nation-City-State. In H. K. Wee, & J. Chia (Eds.), Singapore Dreaming: Managing Utopia (pp. 134-145). Singapore: Asian Urban Lab.
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Mahadev, N. (2016). The maverick dialogics of religious rivalry in Sri Lanka: inspiration and contestation in a new messianic Buddhist movement. Journal of the Royal Anthropological Institute, 22(2), 127-147. doi:10.1111/1467-9655.12337. [repository] [publisher]

Martinez, D. O. (2016). EASA and Euro-anthropology: an ethnographic approach. In: Francisco Martínez: Rethinking Euro-anthropology: part three. Early career scholars forum. Social Anthropology, 24(3), 368-369.
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Martínez Ariño, J. (2016). “Being Jew is like travelling by bus”: Constructing Jewish identities in Spain between individualisation and group belonging. Journal of Religion in Europe, 9(4), 324-349. doi:10.1163/18748929-00904002.
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Martínez Ariño, J. (2016). Grupos religiosos y gobierno local en interacción: Un estudio de caso en Francia. Sociedad y religión, 26(46), 201-223.
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Martínez Ariño, J., & Lefebvre, S. (2016). Resisting or adapting? How private catholic High Schools in Quebec respond to state secularism and religious diversification. Eurostudia, 11(1), 19-44. doi:10.7202/1036316ar.
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Martínez Ariño, J., & Griera, M. (2016). Responses to religious diversity in Spain: Hospitals and prisons from a comparative perspective. Interdisciplinary Journal for Religion and Transformation in Contemporary Society, 2(1), 37-59.
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Masoudi Nejad, R. (2016). Crowds, protests and processions: revisiting urban experiences. Distinktion: Journal of Social Theory, 17(3), 251-253. doi:10.1080/1600910X.2016.1261255.
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Masoudi Nejad, R. (2016). From built to performed space: post-election protests in Tehran. Distinktion: Journal of Social Theory.
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Maud, J. (2016). El turismo religioso transfronterizo y la formación del estado en el sur de Tailandia. In J. A. Marston (Ed.), La antropología de las fronteras de Tailandia como espacios de flujo (pp. 185-215). México: El Colegio de México.
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Maud, J. (2016). New routes for the venerable ancestor: A growth triangle, the border, and an emergent sacred landscape in the Thai-Malay borderland. In M. Dickhardt, & A. Lauser (Eds.), Religion, place and modernity in East and Southeast Asia, (pp. 247-269). Leiden: Brill.
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Moghaddari, S. (2016). Fluid identifications and persistent inequalities: Social boundary making among Iranians in Hamburg. Anthropology of the Contemporary Middle East and Central Eurasia, 3(2), 97-119.
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Newhouse, L. (2016). Assembling land control after displacement: some reflections from rural Southern Sudan. Journal of Peasant Studies. doi:10.1080/03066150.2016.1191472.
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Ngo, T. (2016). The new way: Protestantism and the Hmong in Vietnam. Voice from around the world, 2016(2).
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Nieswand, B. (2016). Die Dezentrierung der Migrationsforschung. In K. Kazzazi, A. Treiber, & T. Wätzold (Eds.), Migration – Religion – Identität: Aspekte transkultureller Prozesse (pp. 283-297). Wiesbaden: Springer VS.
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Nieswand, B. (2016). Über Teile und ihre Ganzheiten: Migrationsforschung zwischen Nationalstaat und Wertgesellschaft. In S. Kostner (Ed.), Migration und Integration: Akzeptanz und Widerstand im transnationalen Nationalstaat (pp. 185-210). Berlin: LIT.
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Palmberger, M., & Tošić, J. (2016). Introduction: Memories on the move - experiencing mobility, rethinking the past. In M. Palmberger, & J. Tošić (Eds.), Memories on the move: experiencing mobility, rethinking the past (pp. 1-16). London: Palgrave Macmillan. [repository] [publisher]

Palmberger, M. (2016). Social ties and embeddedness in old age: older Turkish labour migrants in Vienna. Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies. doi:10.1080/1369183X.2016.1238907.
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Rexhepi, P. (2016). EUrientation anxieties: Islamic sexualities and the construction of Europeanness. In Z. Krajina, & N. Blanuša (Eds.), EU, Europe Unfinished: Mediating Europe and the Balkans in a time of crisis (pp. 145-161). London; New York: Rowman & Littlefield International. [repository] [publisher]

Rexhepi, P. (2016). From orientalism to homonationalism: Queer politics, Islamophobia, and Europeanisation in Kosovo. In B. Bilić (Ed.), LGBT Activism and Europeanisation in the Post-Yugoslav Space (pp. 179-203). Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan.
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Rexhepi, P. (2016). Liberal luxury: Decentering Snowden, surveillance and privilege. Big Data & Society, 3(2). doi:10.1177/2053951716679676.
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Schlegel, S., & von Rütte, B. (2016). Auf dem falschen Fuss entlastet: Die Auswirkungen der geplanten BGG-Revision auf das Migrationsrecht. Jusletter, 2016(14. März).
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Schlegel, S. (2016). Migrationssteuerung: Der Markt ist ein Maulwurf. Geschichte der Gegenwart.
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Schlegel, S. (2016). Optionen-Vernichtungs-Maschine: Vom Wert, über Migration entscheiden zu können. Schweizer Monat, 2016(1040).
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Schlegel, S., Lutz, P., & Kaufmann, D. (2016). Migration mit einer Gebühr schrittweise liberalisieren. In C. Abbt, & J. Rochel (Eds.), Migrationsland Schweiz: 15 Vorschläge für die Zukunft (pp. 149-162). Baden: Hier und Jetzt.
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Schönwälder, K., & Triadafilopoulos, T. (2016). The new differentialism: Responses to immigrant diversity in Germany. German Politics, 25(3), 366-380. doi:10.1080/09644008.2016.1194397.
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Shachar, A. (2016). Faith in law? Diffusing tensions between diversity and equality. In S. Benhabib, & V. Kaul (Eds.), Toward new democratic imaginaries - İstanbul seminars on Islam, culture and politics (pp. 315-329). Heildelberg: Springer.
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Shachar, A. (2016). Squaring the circle of multiculturalism? Religious freedom and gender equality in Canada. Law and Ethics of Human Rights, 10(1), 31-69. doi:10.1515/lehr-2016-0002.
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Simone, A., Bear, L., Harvey, P., Lazar, S., Rival, L., & Venkatesan, S. (2016). Attention to Infrastructure offers a welcome reconfiguration of anthropological approaches to the political: The 2015 meeting of the Group for Debates in Anthropological Theory (GDAT). Critique of Anthropology. doi:10.1177/0308275X16683023. [repository] [publisher]

Simone, A. (2016). Cities that are just cities. In M. Lancione (Ed.), Rethinking life at the margins: The assemblage of contexts, subjects, and politics (pp. 76-88). London: Routledge.
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Simone, A. (2016). City of potentialities: an introduction. Theory, Culture & Society, 33(7-8), 5-29. doi:10.1177/0263276416666915.
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Simone, A. (2016). Passing things along: (In)completing infrastructure. New Diversities, 17(2), 151-162.
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Simone, A. (2016). Sociability and Endurance in Jakarta. In H. Frichot, C. Gabrielsson, & J. Metzger (Eds.), Deleuze and the City (pp. 224-240). Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press.
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Smyer Yu, D. (2016). Ensouling the nation through fiction: Liang Qichao’s applied Buddhism. In N. Lahiri, & U. Singh (Eds.), Buddhist in Asia: Revival and Reinvention (pp. 323-338). Manohar.
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Sorrentino, P. (2016). The ‘Ghost Room’: space, death and ritual in Vietnam. In M. Dickhardt, & A. Lauser (Eds.), Religion, place and modernity: Spatial articulations in Southeast Asia and East Asia (pp. 290-311). Leiden: Brill.
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Tayob, S. (2016). ‘O You who Believe, eat of the Tayyibāt (pure and wholesome food) that we have provided you’: Producing risk, expertise and certified Halal consumption in South Africa. Journal of Religion in Africa, 46(1), 67-91. doi:10.1163/15700666-12340064.
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Walton, J. F. (2016). Geographies of revival and erasure: Neo-Ottoman sites of memory in Istanbul, Thessaloniki, and Budapest
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