Prof. Dr. Steven Vertovec

Prof. Dr. Steven Vertovec

Social Anthropology

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Steven Vertovec is Director at the Max Planck Institute for the Study of Religious and Ethnic Diversity, Göttingen and Honorary Joint Professor of Sociology and Ethnology at the University of Göttingen. Previously he was Professor of Transnational Anthropology at the Institute of Social and Cultural Anthropology, University of Oxford, Director of the British Economic and Social Research Council’s Centre on Migration, Policy and Society (COMPAS), and Senior Research Fellow at Linacre College, Oxford. Prof. Vertovec is co-Editor of the journal Global Networks and Editor of the Palgrave book series ‘Global Diversities’.

Prof. Vertovec has held fellowships at the University of California, University of Warwick, Free University Berlin, Humboldt University Berlin, University of British Columbia and Wissenschaftskolleg (Institute for Advanced Study), Berlin. His research interests surround globalization and transnational social formations, international migration, ethnic Diasporas and multiculturalism. He is author of Hindu Trinidad (Macmillan, 1992), The Hindu Diaspora (Routledge, 2000), Transnationalism (Routledge, 2008) and Super-diversity (Routledge, forthcoming). Prof. Vertovec is also editor or co-editor of over thirty volumes including Islam in Europe (Macmillan, 1997), Migration, Diasporas and Transnationalism (Edward Elgar, 1999), Conceiving Cosmopolitanism (Oxford University Press, 2003), Anthropology of Migration and Multiculturalism (Routledge 2009), The Multicultural Backlash (Routledge 2010), Migration: Major Works (Routledge, 2010) and the Routledge International Handbook of Diversity Studies (Routledge, in press).

By way of engaging with policy issues (particularly surrounding international migration), Prof. Vertovec has acted as expert or consultant for numerous agencies, including the UK government’s Cabinet Office, Home Office, Department for International Development, Department of Communities and Local Government, the British Council, the European Commission, the G8, the World Bank and UNESCO.

Current Position(s):

  • Director, Max-Planck-Institute for the Study of Ethnic and Religious Diversity, Göttingen, Germany
  • Honorary Joint Professor of Sociology and Ethnology, University of Göttingen, Germany
  • Supernumerary Fellow, Linacre College, Oxford

Publications

Books

[forthcoming] Super-diversity (by Steven Vertovec), London & New York: Routledge

[2009] Transnationalism (by Steven Vertovec), London & New York: Routledge Link

  • [in press: Chinese version, Beijing: Chinese Academy of Social Science]
  • [2014: Japanese version, translated by Tetsuo Mizukami, Nobuko Hosogaya and Kazuhisa Honda. Tokyo: Nihonhyōronsha Link]
  • [2012: Polish version, translated by Izabela Kolbon, Krakow: Wydawnictwo Uniwersytetu Jagiellonskiego Link]

[2000] The Hindu Diaspora: Comparative Patterns (by Steven Vertovec), London & New York: Routledge

[1992] Hindu Trinidad: Religion, Ethnicity and Socio-Economic Change (by Steven Vertovec), Basingstoke: Macmillan

Edited Volumes

[under review] Super-diversity Compared (Fran Meissner and Steven Vertovec, eds.)

[forthcoming] Routledge International Handbook of Diversity Studies (Steven Vertovec, Ed.), London and New York: Routledge

[forthcoming] Migration and Diversity (Steven Vertovec, Ed.), Aldershot: Edward Elgar

[2014] Comparing convivialities: Dreams and realities of living-with-difference (Magda Nowicka and Steven Vertovec, eds), special issue of European Journal of Cultural Studies 17(4) Link

[2011] Multiculturalism, Vol. I: Conceiving Multiculturalism: From Roots to Rights (Gerd Baumann and Steven Vertovec, eds), London: Routledge (Critical Concepts in the Social Sciences) Link

[2011] Multiculturalism, Vol. II: Multuculturalism and the Nation State: Who Recognizes Whom? (Gerd Baumann and Steven Vertovec, eds), London: Routledge (Critical Concepts in the Social Sciences) Link

[2011] Multiculturalism, Vol. III: Multiculturalism in the Public Sphere: City and School, Markets and Media (Gerd Baumann and Steven Vertovec, eds), London: Routledge (Critical Concepts in the Social Sciences) Link

[2011] Multiculturalism, Vol. IV: Crisis and Transformations: Challenges and Futures (Gerd Baumann and Steven Vertovec, eds), London: Routledge (Critical Concepts in the Social Sciences) Link

[2010] Depicting Diversities, special issue of Diversities 12(1) (Steven Vertovec, Guest Ed.)

[2010] Migration, Vol. I: Theories, (Steven Vertovec, Ed.), London: Routledge (CriticalConcepts in the Social Sciences)

[2010] Migration, Vol. II: Types, (Steven Vertovec, Ed.), London: Routledge (CriticalConcepts in the Social Sciences)

[2010] Migration, Vol. III: Trends, (Steven Vertovec, Ed.), London: Routledge (CriticalConcepts in the Social Sciences)

[2010] Migration, Vol. IV: Policies, (Steven Vertovec, Ed.), London: Routledge (Critical Concepts in the Social Sciences)

[2010] Migration, Vol. V: Processes, (Steven Vertovec, Ed.), London: Routledge (Critical Concepts in the Social Sciences)

[2010] The Multicultural Backlash: European Discourses, Policies and Practices (Steven Vertovec and Susanne Wessendorf, eds), London Routledge

[2009] Anthropology of Migration and Multiculturalism: New Directions (Steven Vertovec, Ed.), London: Routledge

[2007] New Directions in the Anthropology of Migration and Multiculturalism, special issue of Ethnic and Racial Studies 30(6) (Steven Vertovec, Guest Ed.)

[2004] Citizenship in European Cities: Immigrants, Local Politics and Integration Policies (Rinus Penninx, Karen Kraal, Marco Mariniello and Steven Vertovec, eds), Aldershot: Ashgate

[2004] Civil Enculturation: State, School and Ethnic Difference in Four European Countries (Werner Schiffauer, Gerd Baumann, Riva Kastoryano and Steven Vertovec, eds), Oxford: Berghahn

[2004] Globalization, Globalism, Environments and Environmentalism: Consciousness of Connections (Steven Vertovec and Darrell Posey, eds), Oxford: Oxford University Press

[2003] Culture and Economy in the Indian Diaspora (Bhikhu Parekh, Gurharpal Singh and Steven Vertovec, eds), London and New York: Routledge

[2003] Transnational Migration: International Perspectives, special issue of International Migration Review (Guest Editors, Josh DeWind, Peggy Levitt and Steven Vertovec) 37(3)

[2002] Conceiving Cosmopolitanism: Theory, Context and Practice (Steven Vertovec and Robin Cohen, eds), Oxford: Oxford University Press

[2002] Staat – Schule – Ethnicität: Politische Sozialisation von Immigranten in vier europäischen Ländern (Werner Schiffauer, Gerd Baumann, Riva Kastoryano and Steven Vertovec, Hrsg.), Münster: Waxmann

[2001] Transnationalism and Identity, special issue of Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies vol. 27 no. 4 (Guest Editor: Steven Vertovec)

[1999] Migration and Social Cohesion (Steven Vertovec, Ed.), Aldershot: Edward Elgar

[1999] Migration, Diasporas and Transnationalism (Steven Vertovec and Robin Cohen, eds), Aldershot: Edward Elgar

[1998] Muslim European Youth: Reproducing Religion, Ethnicity and Culture (Steven Vertovec and Alisdair Rogers, eds), Aldershot: Ashgate

[1998] Social Transformations: Multicultural and Multi-Ethnic Societies, special issue of International Social Science Journal No. 156 (Editorial Advisor: Steven Vertovec)

[1997] Islam in Europe: The Politics of Religion and Community (Steven Vertovec and Ceri Peach, eds), Basingstoke: Macmillan

[1995] The Urban Context: Ethnicity, Social Networks, and Situational Analysis (Alisdair Rogers and Steven Vertovec, eds), Oxford: Berg

[1991] Aspects of the South Asian Diaspora (Steven Vertovec, Ed.), New Delhi: Oxford University Press

[1990] South Asians Overseas: Migration and Ethnicity (Colin Clarke, Ceri Peach and Steven Vertovec, eds), Cambridge: Cambridge University Press

Articles in Refereed Journals

[2014] (with Dan Hiebert & Jan Rath) Urban markets and diversity: towards a research agenda’, Ethnic and Racial Studies, doi:10.1080/01419870.2014.953969. link

[2014] Introduction: Comparing convivialities: Dreams and realities of living-with-difference’ (with Magda Nowicka), Comparing convivialities: Dreams and realities of living-with-difference (Magda Nowicka and Steven Vertovec, eds), special issue of European Journal of Cultural Studies 17(4): 341-356. link

[2013] (with Dietlind Stolle, Sören Petermann, Katharina Schmid, Karen Schönwälder, Miles Hewstone, Thomas Schmitt & Joe Heywood) ‘Immigration-Related Diversity and Trust in German Cities: The Role of Intergroup Contact,’ Journal of Elections, Public Opinion & Parties 23(3): 279–298. link

[2012] ‘ “Diversity” and the social imaginary,’ European Journal of Sociology 53(3): 287-312. link

[2011] ‘The cultural politics of nation and migration,’ Annual Review of Anthropology 40: 241-256. link

[2010] 'Towards post-multiculturalism? Changing communities, conditions and contexts of diversity,' International Social Science Journal 199: 83-95. pdf

[2010] ‘Introduction: Depicting diversity,’ Diversities 12(1): 1-3.

[2010] `Networking Diversity´, Max Planck Forschung 2/10, 82-89.
pdf

[2008] ‘Circular migration: The way forward in global policy?,’ Canadian Diversity 6(3): 36-40

[2007] ‘Introduction: New directions in the anthropology of migration and multiculturalism,’ Ethnic and Racial Studies 29(6): 961-78

[2007] ‘Super-diversity and its implications’, Ethnic and Racial Studies 29(6): 1024-54 - [Chinese version, World Ethno National Studies (forthcoming)]

[2004] ‘Cheap calls: The social glue of migrant transnationalism,’ Global Networks 4(2) 219-24

[2004] ‘Migrant transnationalism and modes of transformation,’ International Migration Review 38(3): 970-1001

[2003] ‘Desafíos transnacionales al “nuevo” multiculturalismo,’ Migración y Desarrollo 1: 32-48

[2003] ‘International perspectives on transnational migration,’ (with Peggy Levitt, Josh DeWind), International Migration Review 37(3): 565-75

[2003] ‘Migration and other forms of transnationalism: Towards conceptual cross-fertilization,’ International Migration Review 37(3): 641-65

[2001] ‘Editorial statement’ (with Alisdair Rogers and Robin Cohen), Global Networks 1(1): iii-vi

[2001] ‘Políticas multiculturales y formas de ciudadanía en las ciudades europeas,’ Papeles de Población 28 (abril-junio): 221-41

[2001] ‘Transnationalism and identity,’ Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies 27(4): 573-82

[2000] ‘Young Muslims in Keighley, West Yorkshire: cultural identity, context and “community”,’ Migration 33: 119-38

[1999] ‘Conceiving and researching transnationalism,’ Ethnic and Racial Studies 22 (2): 447-62

[1999] ‘Integrating immigrants and ethnic minorities into urban societies,’ Habitat Debate: Journal of the United Nations Centre for Human Settlements 4(4): 17-18

[1999] ‘Més multi, menys culturalisme: l’antropologia de la complexitat cultural i les noves polítiques del pluralisme’ [‘More multi, less culturalism: The anthropology of cultural complexity and the new politics of pluralism’], Revista d’Etnologia de Catalunya 15: 8-21

[1999] ‘Minority associations, networks and public policies: re-assessing relationships,’ Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies 25(1): 21-42

[1999] ‘Three meanings of “diaspora”, exemplified by South Asian religions,’ Diaspora 6(3): 277-300

[1998] ‘Ethnic distance and religious convergence: Shango, Spiritual Baptist and Kali Mai traditions in Trinidad,’ Social Compass 45(2): 247-63

[1998] ‘Multicultural policies and modes of citizenship in European Cities,’ International Social Science Journal 156: 187-99

[1996] ‘Berlin Multikulti: Germany, “foreigners” and “world-openness”,’ New Community22(3): 381-99

[1996] ‘Multiculturalism, culturalism, and public incorporation,’ Ethnic and Racial Studies 19(1): 49-69

[1994] ‘“Official” and “popular” Hinduism in the Caribbean: historical and contemporary trends in Surinam, Trinidad and Guyana,’ Contributions to Indian Sociology 28(1): 123-147

[1994] ‘Multicultural, multi-Asian, multi-Muslim Leicester: dimensions of social complexity, ethnic organisation and local government interface,’ Innovation: European Journal of Social Sciences 7(3): 259-276

[1993] ‘Hindu mother-goddess cults in the Caribbean,’ Etnolog 3 (54): 179-194

[1992] ‘Community and congregation in London Hindu temples: divergent trends,’ New Community 18: 251-264

[1991] ‘Brahmanism abroad: on Caribbean Hinduism as an ethnic religion’ (with Peter van der Veer), Ethnology 30: 149-166

[1991] ‘East Indians and anthropologists: a critical review,’ Social and Economic Studies 40: 125-161

[1990] ‘Religion and ethnic ideology: the Hindu youth movement in Trinidad,’ Ethnic and Racial Studies 13: 225-249

[1983] ‘Potlatching and the mythic past: a re-evaluation of the Northwest Coast American Indian complex,’ Religion 13: 323-244

Articles in Edited Volumes

[forthcoming] ‘Introduction: studying “diversity’,’ in Routledge International Handbook of Diversity Studies (Steven Vertovec, Ed.), London and New York: Routledge

[forthcoming] ‘Introduction,’ in Migration and Diversity (Steven Vertovec, Ed.), Aldershot: Edward Elgar

[2013] ‘¿Hacia un post-multiculturalismo? Comunidades cambiantes, condiciones y contextos de diversidad,’ in Multiculturalismo y minorías étnicas en las Américas, Adriana Cruz-Manjarrez (Ed.), Colima: Universidad de Colima Press, pp. 37-64.   

[2013] ‘Towards comparing South Asian diasporic phenomena,’ in Dual Identity: Indian Diaspora and other Essays: Studies Presented to Ravindra K. Jain, K.L. Sharma and Renuka Singh (Eds.), New Delhi and Hyderabad: Orient Blackswan, pp. 76-91.   Link

[2013] ‘ "Diversität" und die gesellschaftliche Vorstellungswelt,’ in Migration und Integration - wissenschaftliche Perspektiven aus Österreich. Jahrbuch 2/2013, Julia Dahlvik, Christoph Reinprecht, Wiebke Sievers (Hrsg.), Wien: Vienna University Press, pp. 21-47.   Link

[2013] ‘Circular migration,’ in The encyclopedia of global human migration: Vol. 2: A - Cro, I. Ness (Ed.), Chichester: Wiley-Blackwell, pp. 1053-1058.   Link

[2012] ‘Towards comparing South Asian diasporic phenomena,’ in Indian Diaspora and other Essays: Studies Presented to Ravindra K. Jain, K.L. Sharma and Renuka Singh (eds.), New Delhi and Hyderabad: Orient Blackswan

[2012] ‘Superdiversität,” in F. Hillman (Ed.), Migration-Stadt-Citizenship, Berlin: Heinrich Böll Stiftung

[2012] ‘Trends and impacts of migrant transnationalism,’ in: Indian Diaspora and Transnationalism, A.K. Sahoo, M. Baas and T. Faist (eds), Jaipur: Rawat, pp. 48-106.  Link

[2011] ‘Multiculturalism, culturalism and public incorporation,’ in: Migration and Culture, R. Cohen and G. Jónsson (eds), Cheltenham: Edward Elgar Publishers, pp. 351-371. Link

[2011] ‘Die Chimäre des Multikulturalismus,’ in: Multikultur 2.0. Willkommen im Einwanderungsland Deutschland, S. Stemmler (ed), Göttingen: Wallstein Verlag, pp. 72-76

[2010] ‘Introduction,’ in Anthropology of Migration and Multiculturalism: New Directions (S. Vertovec, Ed.), London: Routledge, pp. 1-17

[2010] ‘Super-diversity and its implications,’ in Anthropology of Migration and Multiculturalism: New Directions (S. Vertovec, Ed.), London: Routledge, pp.  65-96

[2010] ‘Introduction,’ (with Susanne Wessendorf) in The Multicultural Backlash: Europan Discourses, Policies and Practices, S. Vertovec and S. Wessendorf (eds), London Routledge, pp. 1-31

[2010] ‘General Introduction,’ in Migration, Vol. I: Theories, (Steven Vertovec, Ed.), London: Routledge, pp. 1-8

[2010] ‘Introduction,’ in Conceiving Multiculturalism: From Roots to Rights, (G.  Baumann and S. Vertovec, eds), London: Routledge, pp. 1-5

[2010]  ‘‘Cosmopolitanism,’ in Diasporas: Concepts, Identities, Intersections, K. Knott and S. McLoughlin (eds.), London: Zed Books, pp. 63-69

[2009] ‘Toward post-multiculturalism? Changing communities, conditions and contexts of diversity, in Vom Verstehen zur Verständigung, H. Casper-Hehne and I. Schweiger (eds), Göttingen: Universitätsverlag, pp. 43-76 pdf

[2008] ‘An accented radio: Fostering cosmopolitanism through media in Berlin,’ in Cosmopolitanism in Practice, M. Nowicka and M. Rovisco (eds), Farnham: Ashgate, pp. 131-44

[2008] ‘Islamophobia and Muslim recognition in Britain,’ in Transnational South Asians: The Making of a Neo-Diaspora, S. Koshy and R. Radhakrishnana (eds), New Delhi: Oxford University Press, pp. 97-123

[2007] ‘Migrant transnationalism and modes of transformation,’ in Rethinking Migration: New Theoretical and Empirical Perspectives, A. Portes and J. DeWind (eds), Oxford: Berg [in press]

[2006] ‘Cultural, religious and linguistic diversity in Europe: An overview of issues and trends,’ (with Susanne Wessendorf) in The Dynamics of Internaitonal Migration and Settlement inEurope, R. Penninx, M. Berger and K. Kraal (eds), University of Amsterdam Press, pp. 171-99

[2006] ‘Fostering cosmopolitanisms: A conceptual survey and a media experiment in Berlin,’ in Toward a New Metropolitanism: Reconstituting Public Culture, Urban Citizenship, and the Multicultural Imaginary in New York and Berlin, Guenter H. Lenz, Friedrich Ulfers, Antje Dallmann, eds. Heidelberg: Universitätsverlag, pp. 277-98

[2006] ‘Transnacionalismo migrante y modos de trasformación,’ in Repensando las migraciones, A. Portes & J. Dwind (coordinadores), Zacatecas: Universidad Autónoma de Zacatecas, pp. 157-90

[2005] ‘Transnationalism,’ in Immigration and Asylum: From 1900 to the Present, Matthew Gibney and Randall Hansen (eds), Santa Barbara, Ca.: ABC-CLIO, Vol. 2 pp. 603-607

[2004] ‘Diaspora,’ in Encyclopedia of Race and Ethnic Studies, Ellis Cashmore (Ed.), London and New York: Routledge [4th edn.], pp. 106-7

[2004] ‘Religion and diaspora,’ in New Approaches to the Study of Religion, Peter Antes, Armin W. Geertz and Randi Warne (eds), Berlin & New York: Verlag de Gruyter, pp. 275-304

[2004] 'Introduction: European Cities and Their New Residents' (with Rinus Penninx, Karen Kraal and Marco Martiniello), in Citizenship in European Cities, R. Penninx, K. Kraal, M. Martiniello and S. Vertovec (eds), Aldershot: Ashgate, pp. 1-16

[2003] ‘Introduction,’ in Globalization, Globalism, Environments and Environmentalism: Consciousness of Connections, Steven Vertovec and Darrell Posey (eds), Oxford: Oxford University Press. pp. 1-8

[2002] ‘Diaspora, transnationalism and Islam: Sites of change and modes of research,’ in Muslim Networks and Transnational Communities in and across Europe,’ S. Allieve and J. Nielsen (eds), Leiden: E.J. Brill, pp. 312-26

[2002] ‘Introduction: Conceiving cosmopolitanism,’ (with Robin Cohen), in Conceiving Cosmopolitanism: Theory, Context and Practice, Steven Vertovec and Robin Cohen (eds), Oxford: Oxford University Press, pp. 1-22

[2002] ‘Islamophobia and Muslim recognition in Britain,’ in Muslims in the West: From Sojourners to Citizens, Yvonne Haddad (Ed.), New York: Oxford University Press, pp. 19-35

[2001] (with Jean Tillie and Alisdair Rogers) ‘Introduction: Multicultural policies and modes of citizenship in European cities,’ in Jean Tillie and Alisdair Rogers (eds) Multicultural Policies and Modes of Citizenship in European Cities, Aldershot: Ashgate, pp. 1-13

[2001] ‘Berlin Multikulti: Germany, “foreigners” and “world-openness”,’ in Race and Ethnicity, H. Goulbourne (Ed.), London: Routledge, pp. 378-401

[2001] ‘Hinduism in diaspora : the transformation of tradition in Trinidad,’ in Caribbean Sociology : Introductory Readings, C. Barrow & R. Reddock (eds), Jamaica : Ian Randle Publishers Oxford : James Currey, & Princeton: Markus, pp.622-642 [reprint of article in Hinduism Reconsidered, G.D. Sontheimer and H. Kulke (eds.), Delhi: Manohar (1989)]

[1999] ‘Immigrant and ethnic minority participation in European Urban policies,’ in Europäische Ethnologie – Ethnologie Europas, C. Giordano & J. Rolshoven (eds), Freiburg: Universitätsverlag Freiburg Schweiz, pp. 77-93

[1999] ‘Introduction,’ in Migration, Diasporas and Transnationalism, S. Vertovec and R. Cohen (eds), Aldershot: Edward Elgar, pp. xiii-xxviii

[1999] ‘Introduction,’ in Migration and Social Cohesion, S. Vertovec (Ed.), Aldershot: Edward Elgar, pp. xi-xxxvii

[1999] ‘Multiculturalism, culturalism, and public incorporation,’ in Migration and Social Cohesion, S. Vertovec (Ed.), Aldershot: Edward Elgar, pp. 222-42 [reprinted from Ethnic and Racial Studies (1996) 19(1): 49-69]

[1999] ‘Social cohesion and tolerance,’ in From Metropolis to Cosmopolis, J. Hjarno (Ed.), Esbjerg: South Jutland Unviersity Press, pp. 94-134

[1998] ‘Accommodating religious pluralism in Britain: South Asian religions,’ in Multicultural Policies and the State, M. Martiniello (Ed.), Utrecht: ERCOMER, pp. 163-77

[1998] ‘Introduction,’ in Muslim European Youth: Reproducing Religion, Ethnicity and Culture, S. Vertovec & A. Rogers (eds). Aldershot: Ashgate, pp. 1-24

[1998] ‘Multi-multiculturalisms,’ in Multicultural Policies and the State, M. Martiniello (Ed.), Utrecht: ERCOMER, pp. 25-38

[1998] ‘Young Muslims in Keighley, West Yorkshire: cultural identity, context and “community”,’ in Muslim European Youth: Reproducing Religion, Ethnicity and Culture, S. Vertovec & A. Rogers (eds). Aldershot: Ashgate, pp. 87-101

[1997] ‘Hinduism in diaspora: the transformation of tradition in Trinidad,’ in Hinduism Reconsidered, 2nd rev. edn. , G.D. Sontheimer and H. Kulke (eds.), Delhi: Manohar, pp. 265-93

[1997] ‘Introduction: Islam in Europe and the politics of religion and community,’ (with Ceri Peach), in Islam in Europe: The Politics of Religion and Community, S. Vertovec and C. Peach (eds.). Basingstoke: Macmillan, pp. 3-47

[1997] ‘Les religions de l’Asie du Sud en Grande-Bretagne: influences, et développements,’ in Histoire Religieuse de la Grande-Bretagne, H. McLeod, S. Mews & C. D’Haussy (eds). Paris: Les éditions du Cerf, pp. 251-60

[1996] ‘“Official” and “popular” Hinduism in the Caribbean: historical and contemporary trends in Surinam, Trinidad and Guyana,’ in Across the Dark Waters: Ethnicity and India Identity in the Caribbean, D. Dabydeen and B. Samaroo (eds). Basingstoke: Macmillan, pp. 108-130 [reprint of article from Contributions to Indian Sociology]

[1996] ‘Diaspora,’ in Dictionary of Race and Ethnic Relations (4th edn.), A. Ellis Cashmore (Ed.), London: Routledge [3rd edn.], pp. 99-101

[1996] ‘Great Britain’ (with J. Nielsen), in Musulmans en Europe Occidentale: Bibliographie commentée / Muslims in Western Europe: An Annotated Bibliography, F. Dassetto and Y. Conrad (eds). Paris: L'Harmattan, pp. 67-94

[1996] ‘Muslims, the state and the public sphere in Britain,’ in Muslim Communities in the New Europe, G. Nonneman, T. Niblock and B. Sjazkowski (eds). London: Ithaca Press, pp.167-86

[1996] ‘On the reproduction and representation of Hinduism in Britain,’ in Culture, Identity and Politics: Asians and Afro-Caribbeans in Britain, T. Ranger, Y. Samad and O. Stewart (eds.). Aldershot: Avebury, pp. 77-89

[1995] ‘Hindus in Trinidad and Britain: ethnic religion, reification and the politics of public space,’ in Nation and Migration: The Politics of Space in the South Asian Diaspora, P. van der Veer (ed). Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press, pp. 132-156

[1995] ‘Indian indentured migration to the Caribbean,’ in The Cambridge Survey of World Migration, R. Cohen (Gen. Ed.). Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, pp. 57-62

[1995] ‘Introduction’ (with Alisdair Rogers), in The Urban Context: Ethnicity, Social Networks and Situational Analysis, A. Rogers and S. Vertovec (eds.). Oxford: Berg, pp. 1-33

[1995] ‘Managing cultural pluralism in European cities,’ in Management of Cultural Pluralism in Europe, J.W. Dacyl (Ed.). Stockholm: Swedish National Commission for UNESCO and CEIFO, CEIFO Publication No. 63, pp. 318-26

[1994] ‘Caught in an ethnic quandary: Indo-Caribbean Hindus In London,’ in Desh Pardesh: The South Asian Presence in Britain, R. Ballard (Ed.). London: Hurst, pp. 272-290

[1993] ‘Indo-Caribbean experience in Britain: overlooked, miscategorized, misunderstood,’ in Inside Babylon: The Caribbean Diaspora in Britain, W. James and C. Harris (eds.). London: Verso, pp. 165-178

[1993] ‘Muslims in Britain: a profile of settlement processes, internal groupings, and relations to society and state,’ in The Social, Political and Cultural Role of the Muslim Communities in Post-Bipolar Europe, E. Simoska (Ed.). Skopje: Institute for Sociological, Political and Juridical Research, pp. 81-94

[1992] ‘Central America and the Caribbean,’ in Peoples and Cultures, A. Rogers (Ed.). New York: Oxford University Press, pp. 70-79

[1991] ‘Introduction,’ in Aspects of the South Asian Diaspora, S. Vertovec (Ed.). New Delhi: Oxford University Press, pp. 1-10

[1991] ‘Inventing religious tradition: yagnas and Hindu renewal in Trinidad,’ in Religion, Tradition and Renewal, A. Geertz and J.S. Jensen (eds.). Aarhus: Universitetsforlag, pp. 77-95

[1990] ‘Introduction: Themes in the study of the South Asian diaspora,’ in South Asian Overseas: Migration and Ethnicity, C. Clarke, C. Peach and S. Vertovec (eds.). Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, pp. 1-29

[1990] ‘Oil boom and recession in Trinidad Indian villages,’ in South Asians Overseas: Migration and Ethnicity, C. Clarke, C. Peach and S. Vertovec (eds.). Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, pp. 89-111

[1989] ‘Hinduism in diaspora: the transformation of tradition in Trinidad,’ in Hinduism Reconsidered, G.D. Sontheimer and H. Kulke (eds.). Delhi: Manohar, pp. 152-179

[2012] ‘Super-diversität,’ Berlin: Heinrich Böll Stiftung, http://www.migration-boell.de/web/integration/47_3487.asp

[2011] ‘Migration and New Diversities in Global Cities: Comparatively Conceiving, Observing and Visualizing Diversification in Urban Public Spaces’,  http://www.mmg.mpg.de/documents/wp/WP_11-08_Vertovec_GlobaldiverCities.pdf, MMG Working Paper WP 11-08

[2010] (with Karen Schönwälder and Petermann) Diversity, Social Interaction and Solidarity’. In: Research Perspectives 2010+ of the Max Planck Society. München: Max Planck Society, 2010, pp. 82-83.  Link

[2009] ‘Toward post-multiculturalism? Changing communities, conditions and contexts of diversity’, Background Paper, UNESCO World Report on Cultural Diversity, Paris: UNESCO

[2009] ‘Conceiving and researching diversity’,  http://www.mmg.mpg.de/documents/wp/WP_09-01_Vertovec_Diversity.pdfMMG Working Paper WP 09-01

[2009] ‘Assessing the backlash against multi culturalism in Europe’ (with Susanne Wessendorf), http://www.mmg.mpg.de/documents/wp/WP_09-04_Vertovec-Wessendorf_backlash.pdf, MMG Working Paper WP 09-04

[2009] ‘Cosmopolitanism in attitude, practice and competence’, http://www.mmg.mpg.de/documents/wp/WP_09-08_Vertovec_Cosmopolitanism.pdf, MMG Working Paper WP 09-08

[2008] ‘Circular migration: The way forward in global policy?,’ Canadian Diversity 6(3): 36-40

[2007] ‘From multiculturalism to super-diversity,’ in Britain Today, Jacky Clake (Ed), Swindon: Economic and Social Research Council

[2007] ‘New complexities of cohesion in Britain,’ A Thinkpiece for the Commission on Integration and Cohesion, London: Communities and Local Government Publications

[2006] ‘Diasporas good, diasporas bad,’ Metropolis World Bulletin, Vol. 6

[2006] ‘Is circular migration the way forward in global policy?’ Around the Globe 3(2): 38- 44, Melbourne: Monash Institute for the Study of Global Movements

[2006] ‘The emergence of super-diversity in Britain’, ESRC Centre on Migration, Policy and Society Working Paper WP-06-25

[2005] ‘Migration and cultural, religious and linguisitic diversity in Europe: An overview of issues and trends’ (with Susanne Wessendorf), ESRC Centre on Migration, Policy and Society Working Paper WP-05-18

[2005] ‘Super-diversity revealed’ BBC News Online, news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/uk/4266102.stm

[2005] ‘The political importance of diasporas’, Migration Information Source Migration Fundamentals, www.migrationinformation.org/Feature/display.cfm?ID=313, [reprinted as ESRC Centre on Migration, Policy and Society Working Paper WP-05-13]

[2004] ‘Trends and developments in transnational migration’, ESRC Centre on Migration, Policy and Society Working Paper WP-04-03

[2004] The UK Diaspora Contribution to Development and Poverty Reduction (with Nicholas Van Hear and Frank Pieke), Report for the Department for International Development

[2003] Integration and Social Insertion of Migrants (with Stephen Castes, Alisdair Rogers, and Ellie Vasta), Brussels: European Commission DG Research EUR 20641

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