Book (97)

2015
Book
Smyer Yu, D.: Mindscaping the landscape of Tibet: Place, memorability, ecoaesthetics. De Gruyter, Berlin (2015)
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Udupa, S.: Making news in global India: Media, publics, politics. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge (2015)
2014
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Fisher, G.: From comrades to bodhisattvas: Moral dimensions of lay Buddhist practice in contemporary China. University of Hawaiʻi Press, Honolulu (2014)
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Friese, S.: Qualitative Data Analysis with ATLAS.ti. Sage, London (2014), 296 pp.
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Hüttermann, J.; Husband, C.; Alam, Y.; Fomina, J.: Lived diversities: Space, place and identities in the multi-ethnic city. Policy Press, Bristol (2014)
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Luo, R.: Becoming urban: State and migration in contemporary China. Kassel University Press, Kassel (2014), 310 pp.
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Petermann, S.: Persönliches soziales Kapital in Stadtgesellschaften. Springer VS, Wiesbaden (2014), 301 pp.
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Simone, A.: Jakarta: Drawing the city near. University of Minnesota Press, Minneapolis (2014)
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Vertovec, S.: トランスナショナリズム / [Toransunashonarizumu] = Transnationalism. Nippon Hyoron Sha, Tokyo (2014), 270 pp.
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Wessendorf, S.: Commonplace Diversity: Social relations in a super-diverse context. Palgrave Macmillan, Basingstoke (2014), 216 pp.
2013
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Smyer Yu, D.; Faxiang, S. (Eds.): Religious diversity and ecological sustainability in China = 中国宗教多元与生态可持续性. Minzu University Press, Beijing (2013)
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Campo, D.: La construction de la sainteté dans la Chine moderne: la vie du maître bouddhiste Xuyun. Société d'Édition Les Belles Lettres, Paris (2013), 470 pp.
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van der Veer, P.: The modern spirit of Asia: The spiritual and the secular in China and India. Princeton University Press, Princeton (2013), 296 pp.
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Vigneswaran, D.: Territory, migration and the evolution of the international system. Palgrave, Basingstoke (2013)
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Wessendorf, S.: Second-Generation transnationalism and roots migration: cross-border lives. Ashgate, Aldershot (2013), 190 pp.
2012
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Joshi, V.: A matter of belief: Christian conversion and healing in North-East India. Berghahn Books, New York ; Oxford (2012), 298 pp.
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Vertovec, S.: Transnarodowosc. Wydawnictwo Uniwersytetu Jagiellonskiego, Krakow (2012), 212 pp.
2011
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Nowicka, M.; Rovisco, M. (Eds.): The Ashgate research companion to cosmopolitanism. Ashgate, Farnham (2011), 438 pp.
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Arnaut, K.: Ten Westen! Activisme, migratie en subalterniteit in Ivoorkust. VUB Press, Brüssel (2011), 93 pp.
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Nieswand, B.: Theorising transnational migration: the status paradox of migration. Routledge, New York (2011), 200 pp.
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Oh, K.-S.; Shin, E.-J.; Wi, E.-J.; Jung, J.-H.; Lee, B.-H.; Lee, K.-S.: Iju inkwŏn kaidŭrain kuch‘uk ŭl wihan silt‘ae chosa = The study on actual conditions of immigrants for Human Rights Guideline. National Human Rights Commission of Korea, Seoul (2011)
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Oh, K.-S.; Shin, E.-J.; Wi, E.-J.; Jung, J.-H.; Lee, B.-H.; Lee, K.-S.: Iju inkwŏn kaidŭrain Jesian = Human Rights guideline for immigrants. National Human Rights Commission of Korea, Seoul (2011)
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Schmitt, T.: Cultural Governance: zur Kulturgeographie des UNESCO-Welterberegimes. Steiner, Stuttgart (2011), 452 pp.
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Schönwälder, K.; Sinanoglu, C.; Volkert, D.: Vielfalt sucht Rat: Ratsmitglieder mit Migrationshintergrund in deutschen Großstädten. Heinrich-Böll-Stiftung, Berlin (2011), 82 pp.
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Smyer Yu, D.: The spread of Tibetan Buddhism in China: charisma, money, enlightenment. Routledge, London [u.a.] (2011), 228 pp.
2010
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Alex, G.: Medizinische Diversität im postkolonialen Indien. Dynamik und Perzeption von Gesundheitsangeboten in Tamil Nadu. Weißensee Verlag, Berlin (2010), 376 pp.
2009
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Alex, G.: Learning and Embodying Caste, Class and Gender. Patterns of Childhood in Rural Tamil Nadu. National Folklore Support Centre, Chennai (2009), 207 pp.
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Nagy, D.: Migration and Theology: The Case of Chinese Christian Communities in Hungary and Romania in the Globalisation-Context. Boekencentrum, Zoetermeer (2009)
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Vertovec, S.: Transnationalism. Routledge, London, New York (2009), 216 pp.

Book Chapter (2)

2021
Book Chapter
Kang, J.: Chinese Christian community in Germany: Home-making and Chineseness. In: Chinese religions going global, pp. 97 - 114 (Eds. Cao, N.; Giordan, G.; Yang, F.). Brill, Leiden (2021)
2016
Book Chapter
Arnaut, K.; Garvey, M. M.: Au lieu d’une introduction. In: Compagnon! Journal d'un noussi en guerre: 2002-2011, pp. ix - xx. Langaa RPCIG, Cameroon (2016)

Proceedings (1)

2019
Proceedings
Art and politics in the modern period. International Conference Art and Politics in Europe in the Modern Period , Zagreb, June 29, 2016 - July 02, 2016. Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences, University of Zagreb, Zagreb (2019), 351 pp.

Conference Paper (5)

2019
Conference Paper
Heil, T.: Hitting the end of the road? Translation as part of learning for life among Senegalese transnationals. In: The End of Negotiations? GAA Conference. German Anthropological Association Conference 2019, Konstanz, September 29, 2019 - October 02, 2019. (2019)
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Samanani, F.: Race in Britain: inequality, identity, belonging. In: Cumberland Lodge Research Associate Conference Blog. Race in Britain: Inequality, Identity, Belonging, 2019-05. (2019)
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Walton, J. F.; Damjanović, D.; Magaš Bilandžić, L.; Miklošević, Ž.: Intersections of art and politics. In: Art and politics in the modern period (Eds. Walton, J. F.; Damjanović, D.; Magaš Bilandžić, L.; Miklošević, Ž.). Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences, University of Zagreb (2019)
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Walton, J. F.; Damjanović, D.; Magaš Bilandžić, L.; Miklošević, Ž.: Introduction: Intersections of art and politics. In: Art and politics in the modern period, pp. 7 - 14 (Eds. Walton, J. F.; Damjanović, D.; Magaš Bilandžić, L.; Miklošević, Ž.). International Conference Art and Politics in Europe in the Modern Period , Zagreb, June 29, 2016 - July 02, 2016. Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences, University of Zagreb (2019)
2016
Conference Paper
Buddenbohm, S.; Bingert, S.; Kurzawe, D.: Referencing of complex software environments as representations of research data. In: Positioning and Power in Academic Publishing: Players, Agents and Agendas, pp. 58 - 68 (Eds. Loizides, F.; Schmidt, B.). Proceedings of the 20th International Conference on Electronic Publishing, Göttingen, June 07, 2016 - June 09, 2016. IOS Press (2016)

Talk (127)

2014
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Tayob, S.: Qurbani, Muhabbat and the Negation of the self: An ethnography of slaughter and consumption by Muslims in Mumbai during Bakri Id. Eleventh Annual South Asia Graduate Student Conference , University of Chicago (2014)
2013
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Palmberger, M.: Ageing Migrants’ Social (Solidarity) Networks in an Ethnically Diverse Viennese Working-Class Neighbourhood. IMISCOE Annual Conference, Malmö, Sweden (2013)
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Tayob, S.: Eating together: Risk awareness and Halal Consumption in South Africa. Anthropology Southern Africa Annual Conference 2013, University of the Witwatersrand, Johannesburg (2013)
2012
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Gandhi, A.: Known unknowns’ in urban India. Annual conference, Canadian Anthropology Society, University of Alberta, Canada (2012)
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Gupta, R.: There must be some way out of here: studying Muslims beyond the ghetto in India. Doing Asian cities - a workshop on urban aspirations, organized by the Asia Research Institute, the National University of Singapore and the Max Planck Institute for the Study of Religious and Ethnic Diversity, Singapore (2012)
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Gupta, R.: Innovations in spaces of learning and piety: crafting modern Shi‘i women in Kargil, India. Annual conference, Association of Asian Studies (AAS) , Toronto (2012)
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Gupta, R.: Experiments with Khomeini’s revolution in Kargil: contemporary Shi‘a networks between India and West Asia. 3rd Inter-Asian Connections Conference, Social Science Research Council (SSRC) New York, Hong Kong (2012)
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Gupta, R.: Personhood and piety among Shi‘i women in Kargil. International symposium: Islamic reform and revival - multiple readings, University of Hyderabad, India (2012)
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Huang, W.: Reformed Buddhists and capital-linked immigrants in Shanghai. Annual Conference, Eastern Sociological Society , New York, U.S.A (2012)
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Lindemann, S.: Divergent conflict trajectories in a context of ethnic exclusion: evidence from three controlled comparisons. Annual convention: Power, principles and participation in the global information age, ISA , San Diego, California (2012)
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Lindemann, S.: Ethnic exclusion and the puzzle of diverging conflict trajectories: case study evidence from Africa, Asia and Latin America. 2nd annual general conference, European Political Science Association, Berlin (2012)
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Nowicka, M.: Polish migrants’ perceptions of living in diversity in the UK: possibilities and conditions for altering of an intercultural habitus. Conference: Living together in diversity, Central European, University Budapest (2012)
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Nowicka, M.: Cultural capital and its validation in the migration process: evidence from recent skilled and highly-skilled Polish immigration to Great Britain. Conference: Highly skilled migration in the 21st century, Middlesex University London (2012)
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Nowicka, M.: Deskilling in migration in transnational perspective: the case of recent Polish migration to the UK. International Conference: Changing patterns of migration – changing patterns of social inequalities?: borders and boundaries in the enlarged Europe, Universität Bielefeld (2012)
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Nowicka, M.: Conditions of making cultural capital transnational: Evidence from the case of Polish immigration to the UK. Tagung "Soziale Ungleichheit und transnationales Kapital" der Sektion „Soziale Ungleichheit und Sozialstrukturanalyse“ der Deutschen Gesellschaft für Soziologie und des DFG-Projekts „Transnationales Bildungskapital und soziale Ungleichheit“, Freie Universität, WZB Berlin (2012)
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Petermann, S.: Zum Einfluss immigrationsbezogener Vielfalt im stadträumlichen Kontext auf demokratische und soziale Teilhabe. Planungskonferenz: Mobilitäten und Immobilitäten - Menschen, Ideen, Dinge, Kulturen, Technische Universität Dortmund (2012)
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Petermann, S.: Urban diversity and its consequences for migrants’ social networks - a German study. Conference: Migrations and Conflicts, Washington University, Faculty of Arts and Sciences , St. Louis (2012)
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Petermann, S.: The consequences of diversity for social interactions in urban neighbourhoods. Social justice and democratization: The Second International Sociological Association Forum of Sociology, Buenos Aires, Argentina (2012)
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Petermann, S.; Schönwälder, K.; Schmitt, T. M.: Living together in more or less diverse contexts: an empirical study in German cities. Conference: Living together 'in' diversity: national societies in the multicultural age, Central European University Budapest (2012)
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Smyer Yu, D.: What does citizenship have to do with heritage protection? Conference: Intangible Heritage Protection among Ethnic Minorities and National Identity, organized by School of Sociology and Ethnology at Minzu University of China, Beijing (2012)
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Smyer Yu, D.: Placiality of the “Old Habit”(བག་ཆགས་རིང་རུལ། begcheg nyangpa) and Subalternity in the Thought-World of Shogdong (ཞོགས་དུང་།). Workshop: Chinese Religiosities, organized by Max Planck Institute of Religious and Ethnic Diversity, Göttingen (2012)
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Tayob, S.: Halal consumption in South Africa: from slavery to the market economy. Workshop: Religious Entrepreneurship in Africa, Africa Works, Africa Business Council, Zeist (2012)
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Tayob, S.: Muslims in South Africa and the production of Halal consumption. The History of Islam in Africa south of the Sahara, University of Lausanne (2012)
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van der Veer, P.: Religion and place in East and South-East Asia. DORISEA-Workshop: Religion, Place and Modernity in East and Southeast Asia, Universität Göttingen (2012)
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van der Veer, P.: Coping with diversity in Europe, India and China. 4th Annual Asian Dynamics Initiative Conference: "Rising Asia - Anxious Europe" , University of Copenhagen (2012)
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Vigneswaran, D.: Policing mobility in South Africa: depicting migration as crime. The Borders of Punishment: Criminal Justice, Citizenship and Social Exclusion, University of Oxford (2012)
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Vigneswaran, D.: The mobile ghetto: West African Nationals and drug trade. International Policing Round-Table Discussion: Policing mobility, new frontiers in law enforcement, University of the Witwatersrand, Johannesburg (2012)
2011
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Audeoud, D.: Money as a thought system – a case of the implementation of global money in rural China: tourism development in Yunnan. Conference: Religion and Economy in a Global World; 31th ISSR Conference 2011, Aix en Provence, France (2011)
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Audeoud, D.: Yunnan, Dali, tourism and economic development: money in social relations, ideas, behavior. Conference: Urban Aspirations in Shanghai, Summer Institute: Shanghai University and The Max Planck Institute for the Study of Religious and Ethnic Diversity, Göttingen, Shanghai, China (2011)
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Fisher, G.: State-of-the-field roundtable: Ethnographic approaches to Buddhism. American Academy of Religion Annual Meeting, San Francisco (2011)
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Fisher, G.: The protestant ethic and the spirit of Buddhism: exploring a factor of Buddhist revival in China today. Conference on Buddhist Revival in Asia, Institute for Southeast Asian Studies, Singapore (2011)
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Gandhi, A.: Beyond civitas: non-human subjects in the city. Utopia and Dystopia in the Global South, University of Witwatersrand conference, Johannesburg (2011)
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Gandhi, A.: Looking without seeing: deliberate forms of obscurity in Delhi. City Talk: Language and the Urban Sensorium, Stanford University conference, Palo Alto, USA (2011)
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Gandhi, A.: Opacity and legibility in urban India. 'Media Morphologies' conference, Rotterdam (2011)
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Gandhi, A.: Better living through chemistry: stimulants and labour power in Delhi. International Institute for Social History, Amsterdam (2011)
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Gupta, R.: The Buddhist - Muslim relationship in Kargil since the last indo-pakistanes war in 1999. Seminar: New stakes for the Himalayan area, Westfälische Wilhelms Universität Münster, Münster (2011)
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Gupta, R.: Reconciling their Islamic present and Buddhist past: contemporary cultural politics among the Shi‘a of Kargil, India. Conference: The Shi'a in the 20th & 21st Centuries; Centre for Academic Shia Studies and London Middle East Institute (SOAS), London , London (2011)
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Gupta, R.: From out-of-the-way Kargil to mega-city Mumbai: preliminary notes on Shi‘ite transnationalism in comparative perspective. Workshop: Transcendence and Control in a Global Mega City; organised by Max Planck Institute for the Study of Religious and Ethnic Diversity, Tate Institute of Social Sciences and Pukar, Mumbai (2011)
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Heil, T.: Conviviality: a comparison of life in society between the Casamance and Catalonia. Traces, Tidemarks and Legacies. 110th Annual Meeting of the American Anthropological Association, Montréal, Canada (2011)
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Heil, T.: Dealing with diversity and difference in public: traces of Casamançais cohabitation in Catalonia? Religion and ethnicity between West Africa and Europe: A transnational feedback loop? A European Workshop, Lublin, Poland (2011)
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Heil, T.: Are neighbours alike? Practices of conviviality in Catalonia and the Casamance. Comparing Conviviality. Dreams and Realities of Living-with-Difference, Götttingen (2011)
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Horstmann, A.: Humanitarian crisis, religious nationalism and religious competition: Buddhist and Christian Karen in Thailand and Burma. Annual Conference: Association of Asian Studies (AAS), International Conevention of Asia Scholars (ICAS), Honolulu, Hawaii (2011)
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Horstmann, A.: Hyper-tropes of humanitarian assistance and Evangelism in the war zones and refugee camps of Karen state in Eastern Burma and Northwestern Thailand. Friedensau Conference: Faith-Based Organization and Humanitarian Aid, Friedensau Adventist University (2011)
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Huang, W.: The Bodhisattva comes out of the closet. Buddhist Revival in Asia. Nalanda-Sriwijaya Centre, ISEAS, Singapore (2011)
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Huang, W.: Immigration and gentrification: religious response to gentrification. Multiple Dimensions and Arenas. American Sociology Association Annual Meeting, Social Conflict, Las Vegas, USA (2011)
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Huang, W.: Transnationalizing the public sphere: Falun Gong’s campaign in New York. Socially Engaged Religion in Global Context. Association for the Sociology of Religion Annual Meeting, Las Vegas, USA (2011)
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Huang, W.: Reformed Buddhism and merchant activism: a case study in Shanghai. Religion and Economic in a Global World. International Society for the Sociology of Religion Conference, Aix-en-Provence, France (2011)
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Huang, W.: Immigration and the reformed Buddhism: the resurgence of Buddhism in modern Asia. New Religion in A Globalized East: Taiwan, Southeast Asia, the World. Center for studies on New Religions (CESNUR) 2011 International Conference, Taipei, Taiwan (2011)
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Huang, Y.: Migration, family planning, gender and marriage in a county in central China: an intersectional analysis. Love, Marriage and Intimate Citizenship in India and China. Centre for Modern Indian Studies, Georg-August Universität Göttingen, Götttingen (2011)
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Huang, Y.: Becoming missionaries in Diaspora: salvation, love, gender and space in the Chinese Christian communities in the UK and Germany. Religion and Communism : Comparative Perspectives, workshop. Max Planck Institute for the Study of Religious and Ethnic Diversity, Göttingen (2011)
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Janev, G.: Cementing identity: “Skopje 2014”. Operators of the Urban Imagination. Jean Monnet University , Saint-Etienne, France (2011)
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Janev, G.: Transformations in the Skopje Old Bazaar, transformations in new Macedonia: spatiality of ethnopolitics. "People make places: ways of feeling the world". 10th congress of the International Society for Ethnology and Folklore, Lisbon, Portugal (2011)
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Janev, G.: What happened to the Macedonian salad: establishment of modern ethnocracy. "Southeast European (Post)Modernities", 6th conference of the International Association for Southeast European Anthropology, Regensburg University, Germany (2011)
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Janev, G.: Narrating the city, narrating the nation. "Which Space for the Public?". Public Space Research Group, City University New York, Graduate Centre, New York (2011)
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Janev, G.: "Skopje 2014" and Macedonia’s ethnocracy or how to divide a city. "Urban Conflicts: ethno-national divisions, states and cities", Queens University, Belfast, UK (2011)
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Joshi Parkin, V.: The global network of religion: Christianity and the Naga of Northeastern India. Colloquium at Anthropology Department, Delhi University, Delhi (2011)
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Joshi Parkin, V.: The reverberative nature of the global network of Christianity with special reference to the Naga of Northeastern India. Christinaity in history : encounters, engagements and experiences, JNU Delhi (2011)
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Joshi Parkin, V.: Global links of Naga Christianity, role of archives and their conservation. Nagaland Baptist Church Council Peace seminar, Dimapur, Nagaland (2011)
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Joshi Parkin, V.: Refugee in ones’ own land: christianity, evangelism and nationalism among the Naga of northeast India. Conference: Transnational religion, missionization, and refugee migrants in comparative perspective, Max Planck Institute for the Study of Religious and Ethnic Diversity, Göttingen (2011)
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Joshi Parkin, V.: The history of Christian mission and role of Christianity in conflict resolution among the Naga. International conference: Missionaries as actors of transformation and transfer in cultural globalisation, Department of History, University of Göttingen., Göttingen (2011)
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Joshi Parkin, V.: Religion: dynamics on the move. Conference: People make places - Ways of feeling the world, Societé Internationale d´Ethnologie et de Folklore (SIEF) , Lisbon (2011)
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Joshi Parkin, V.: A Pastor’s cloth: constructing a story of religious conversion among the Naga of northeast India through objects and archives at the Pitt Rivers Museum (PRM). Annual confernce: Words and Objects, Museum Ethnographers Group, University of Oxford (2011)
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