2016

Books and Edited Volumes

Arnaut, K., Blommaert, J., Rampton, B., & Spotti, M. (Eds.). (2016). Language and Superdiversity. London: Routledge.
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Roberts, N. (2016). To be cared for: The power of conversion and foreignness of belonging in an Indian Slum. California: University of California Press.
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Articles in Refereed Journals and Chapters in Edited Volumes

Arnaut, K. (2016). Super-diversity: Elements of an emerging perspective. In K. Arnaut, J. Blommaert, B. Rampton, & M. Spotti (Eds.), Language and Superdiversity. London: Routledge.
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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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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., Becci, I., & Giorda, M. (2016). Religious super-diversity and spatial strategies in two European cities. Current Sociology. doi:10.1177/0011392116632030.
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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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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). Springer.
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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., & 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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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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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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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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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.
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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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Shachar, A. (2016). Selecting by merit: The brave new world of stratified mobility. In S. Fine, & L. Ypi (Eds.), Migration in political theory: The ethics of movement and memebership (pp. 175-201). Oxford: Oxford University Press.
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Simone, A. (2016). Urbanity and Generic Blackness. Theory, Culture and Society. doi:10.1177/0263276416636203.
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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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Udupa, S. (2016). Middle class on steroids: Digital media politics in urban India. India in Transition.
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van der Veer, P. (2016). The construction of world Buddhism. In N. Lahiri, & U. Singh (Eds.), Buddhism in Asia: Revival and Reinvention (pp. 387-396). Manohar.
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van der Veer, P. (2016). Is confucianism secular? In A. Bilgrami (Ed.), Beyond the Secular West (pp. 117-134). New York: Columbia University Press.
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van der Veer, P. (2015). Religion since 1750. In J. McNeill, & K. Pomeranz (Eds.), The Cambridge world history; Volume 7: Production, destruction, and connection, 1750–present; Part 2: Shared transformations? (pp. 160-180). Cambridge: Cambridge Univ. Press.
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Ye, J. (2016). The ambivalence of familiarity: understanding breathable diversity through fleeting encounters in Singapore's Jurong West. Area, 48(1), 77-83. doi:10.1111/area.12237.
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Ye, J. (2016). Spatialising the politics of coexistence: gui ju (规矩) in Singapore. Transactions of the Institute of British Geographers, 41(1), 91-103. doi:10.1111/tran.12107.
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