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Al-Kebsi, Huda (2016) A qualitative study of Pakistani immigrant women's experiences of childbirth in Germany.

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Ballard, Roger (1998) Asking Ethnic Questions: some hows, whys and wherefores.

Ballard, Roger (1996) Negotiating Race and Ethnicity: exploring the implications of the 1991 Census.

Ballard, Roger (1999) Polyethnic Britain: a comparative and historical perspective.

Ballard, Roger (2012) Processes of Religious Reconstruction among Britain’s South Asian minorities: a reflection on the contemporary dynamics of reverse colonisation.

Ballard, Roger (2003) The Implications of Cultural Diversity for Health Care Practice: an Anthropological Perspective.

Ballard, Roger (2011) Transgressive initiatives ’from below’ and the defensive reinforcement of jurisdictional boundaries.

Berger, Hermann (1960) Bericht über sprachliche und volkskundliche Forschungen im Hunzatal. In: Anthropos, 55 (1960), pp. 657-664. ISSN 0003-5572

Berger, Hermann (1977) Buchbesprechung "A Dard Valley Community in the Karakorum" von Peter Snoy. In: Mundus, 13 (1977), Nr. 1. pp. 44-46. ISSN 0027-3392

Beutner, Stephan (2009) Baigas und Briten: Bewar im kolonialpolitischen Kontext von 1861-1900 im Mandla Distrikt (Central Provinces / Indien).

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Cyranski, Christoph (2008) HIV/AIDS und 'traditionelle' Medizin in Indien: Dynamiken des Spannungsfelds von globaler Epidemie und lokalem Handeln.

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Dorji, Lham (2003) Sergamathang Kothkin and other Bhutanese Marriage Customs.

Dorji, Tandin (2004) The Spider, the Piglet and the vital Principle: A popular Ritual for Restoring the sRog. In: The Spider and the Piglet: Proceedings of the First Seminar on Bhutan Studies. Centre for Bhutan Studies, Thimphu 2004, pp. 598-607 . ISBN 99936-14-19-X

Dutta, Kaberi (2016) Puffed rice to potato chips: malnutrition & changing food culture in India.

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Eisenlohr, Patrick (1994) Hindi-Englisch Code-Switching als soziale Praxis.

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Frei, Oliver Fabian (2000) Musik im Kolam: Darstellung und Analyse der musikalischen Aspekte in einem singhalesischen Maskenspiel.

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Geist, Janina (2008) Queer in Indien: Selbst- und Fremdkonstruktionen indischer Queers in Politik, Gesellschaft und Medien unter besonderer Berücksichtigung des Internets.

Gerritsen, Roos (2008) Cine-Addictions: Image Trails Running from the Intimate Sphere to the Public Eye.

Giri, Seeta (2004) The Vital Link: Monpas and Their Forests.

Goebel, Linde S. (2014) Shvetapradara: Negotiating Ayurveda and Biomedicine in Contemporary Ayurvedic Gynecology.

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Höfer, András (2014) Nepal: Tamang (West-Tamang, Dhading District) 1968 - 1983: Archiv András Höfer.

Höfle, Alexandra (2016) Farmers' suicides in India: a methodological and thematic analysis in the state of Maharashtra.

Holdschlag, Arnd (2005) "... a curious and intricate ethnological puzzle": Diversität und rezente interkulturelle Interaktionsprozesse im Hochgebirge Nordwestpakistans.

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Jacoby, Hanan G. ; Mansuri, Ghazala (2007) Watta Satta: Bride Exchange and Women's Welfare in Rural Pakistan.

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Kamruzzaman, Mohammad (2008) Religious Institution-based Community-hood and Identity of a 'Muslim Community' in a 'Remote' Rural Village in Bangladesh. In: Gross National Happiness: Practice and Measurement: Proceedings of the Fourth International Conference on Gross National Happiness. Centre for Bhutan Studies, Thimphu 2008, pp. 257-276 . ISBN 978-99936-14-52-4

Kinga, Sonam (2008) Reciprocal Exchange and Community Vitality: The Case of Gortshom Village in Eastern Bhutan. In: Towards Global Transformation: Proceedings of the Third International Conference on Gross National Happiness. The Centre for Bhutan Studies, Thimphu 2008, pp. 31-64 . ISBN 99936-14-42-4

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Merz, Brigitte (2002) Bhakti und Shakti: göttliche und menschliche agency im Kontext des Heilkults der Göttin Harati in Nepal.

Mey, Wolfgang (2016) Dying Demons, Rising Gods and the Rupavahini: An Essay on the Production of Identity in Sri Lanka.

Mey, Wolfgang (2008) Exegetical somersaults - Theories on the Kolam Dances of Sri Lanka.

Michaels, Axel (2003) Zur Dynamik von Ritualkomplexen. In: Forum Ritualdynamik, 3 (2003),

Mills, James P. (2009) J.P. Mills and the Chittagong Hill Tracts, 1926/27: Tour Diary, Reports, Photographs.

Modi, Jivanji Jamshedji (1929) A Custom of Privileged Thefts. In: Anthropological papers, Part IV: Papers Read Before the Anthropological Society of Bombay. British India Press, Bombay 1929, pp. 60-67

Modi, Jivanji Jamshedji (1911) A few ancient Beliefs about the Eclipse and a few Superstitions based on those Beliefs. In: Anthropological Papers: Papers (mostly on Parsee Subjects) read before the Anthropological Society of Bombay, Bd. 1. The British India Press, Bombay 1911, pp. 51-66

Modi, Jivanji Jamshedji (1929) A few Marriage songs of the Parsees at Nargol. In: Anthropological papers, Part IV: Papers Read Before the Anthropological Society of Bombay. British India Press, Bombay 1929, pp. 136-145

Modi, Jivanji Jamshedji (1929) A few Marriage songs of the Parsees at Nargol, Part II. In: Anthropological papers, Part IV: Papers Read Before the Anthropological Society of Bombay. British India Press, Bombay 1929, pp. 213-225

Modi, Jivanji Jamshedji (1911) A Few Notes on Auspicious Horses. In: Anthropological Papers: Papers (mostly on Parsee Subjects) read before the Anthropological Society of Bombay, Bd. 1. The British India Press, Bombay 1911, pp. 191-199

Modi, Jivanji Jamshedji (1911) A Few Notes on the Todâs of the Nilgiris. In: Anthropological Papers: Papers (mostly on Parsee Subjects) read before the Anthropological Society of Bombay, Bd. 1. The British India Press, Bombay 1911, pp. 208-224

Modi, Jivanji Jamshedji (1918) A Few Notes on the Ancient and Modern Folklore about the Peacock. In: Anthropological Papers: Papers read before the Anthropological Society of Bombay, Bd. 2. The British India Press, Bombay 1918, pp. 47-56

Modi, Jivanji Jamshedji (1911) A few Superstitions common to Europe and India. In: Anthropological Papers: Papers (mostly on Parsee Subjects) read before the Anthropological Society of Bombay, Bd. 1. The British India Press, Bombay 1911, pp. 23-33

Modi, Jivanji Jamshedji (1918) A few Tibetan customs and a few thoughts suggested by them. The prayer beads or rosaries. In: Anthropological Papers, Part II: Papers read before the Anthropological Society of Bombay., Bd. 2. The British India Press, Bombay 1918, pp. 92-109

Modi, Jivanji Jamshedji (1929) An American Tribe and its Buffalo and an Asiatic Tribe and its Fish. In: Anthropological papers, Part IV: Papers Read Before the Anthropological Society of Bombay. British India Press, Bombay 1929, pp. 130-135

Modi, Jivanji Jamshedji (1918) A Note on "The Women's Hunt" (Jani-Sikar) among the Orâons of Chota Nagpur. In: Anthropological Papers, Part II: Papers read before the Anthropological Society in Bombay, Bd. 2. The British India Press, Bombay 1918, pp. 196-200

Modi, Jivanji Jamshedji (1918) A Note on the Antiquity of Man: An Iranian View of the Creation of Man. In: Anthropological Papers: Papers read before the Anthropological Society of Bombay, Bd. 2. The British India Press, Bombay 1918, pp. 218-233

Modi, Jivanji Jamshedji (1929) A Note on the Custom of the Interchange of Dress between Males and Females. In: Anthropological papers, Part IV: Papers Read Before the Anthropological Society of Bombay. British India Press, Bombay 1929, pp. 151-160

Modi, Jivanji Jamshedji (1911) Charms or Amulets for some Diseases of the Eye. In: Anthropological Papers: Papers (mostly on Parsee Subjects) read before the Anthropological Society of Bombay, Bd. 1. The British India Press, Bombay 1911, pp. 43-50

Modi, Jivanji Jamshedji (1911) Nirang-I-Jashan-I-Burzigarân. A religious Formula used as a Charm on the Day of the Festival of the Cultivators. In: Anthropological Papers: Papers (mostly on Parsee Subjects) read before the Anthropological Society of Bombay, Bd. 1. The British India Press, Bombay 1911, pp. 122-130

Modi, Jivanji Jamshedji (1911) Note on the Kolis of Bassein. In: Anthropological Papers: Papers (mostly on Parsee Subjects) read before the Anthropological Society of Bombay, Bd. 1. The British India Press, Bombay 1911, pp. 263-267

Modi, Jivanji Jamshedji (1929) Presidential Address: Cultural Anthropology as Observed in a Government House Reception. In: Anthropological papers, Part IV: Papers Read Before the Anthropological Society of Bombay. British India Press, Bombay 1929, pp. 161-185

Modi, Jivanji Jamshedji (1911) Some Parsee Marriage Customs. How far they borrowed from the Hindus? In: Anthropological Papers: Papers (mostly on Parsee Subjects) read before the Anthropological Society of Bombay, Bd. 1. The British India Press, Bombay 1911, pp. 307-312

Modi, Jivanji Jamshedji (1911) Suicides and Old Age. In: Anthropological Papers: Papers (mostly on Parsee Subjects) read before the Anthropological Society of Bombay, Bd. 1. The British India Press, Bombay 1911, pp. 268-282

Modi, Jivanji Jamshedji (1924) The Aghukhoh of Sema Nagas of the Assam Hills and the Chah of the Kabulis. In: Anthropological papers, Part III: Papers Read Before the Anthropological Society of Bombay. British India Press, Bombay 1924, pp. 184-191

Modi, Jivanji Jamshedji (1929) The Baby Language among the Parsees. In: Anthropological papers, Part IV: Papers Read Before the Anthropological Society of Bombay. British India Press, Bombay 1929, pp. 107-108

Modi, Jivanji Jamshedji (1929) The Belief about the Dubbâ or the Drowning Spirit in India. Its Parallel in ancient Irân. In: Anthropological papers, Part IV: Papers Read Before the Anthropological Society of Bombay. British India Press, Bombay 1929, pp. 146-150

Modi, Jivanji Jamshedji (1911) The Cock as a sacred Bird in ancient Iran. In: Anthropological Papers: Papers (mostly on Parsee Subjects) read before the Anthropological Society of Bombay, Bd. 1. The British India Press, Bombay 1911, pp. 104-121

Modi, Jivanji Jamshedji (1911) The Dhangurs and the Dhavars of Mâhâbleshwar. In: Anthropological Papers: Papers (mostly on Parsee Subjects) read before the Anthropological Society of Bombay, Bd. 1. The British India Press, Bombay 1911, pp. 67-80

Modi, Jivanji Jamshedji (1911) The Horse in ancient Iran. In: Anthropological Papers: Papers (mostly on Parsee Subjects) read before the Anthropological Society of Bombay, Bd. 1. The British India Press, Bombay 1911, pp. 81-95

Modi, Jivanji Jamshedji (1924) The Indian Custom of a Husband or Wife not Naming his Wife or her Husband. In: Anthropological papers, Part III: Papers Read Before the Anthropological Society of Bombay. British India Press, Bombay 1924, pp. 114-129

Modi, Jivanji Jamshedji (1911) The Kashas of the Iranian Barashnum and the Boundary Lines of the Roman Lustrum. In: Anthropological Papers: Papers (mostly on Parsee Subjects) read before the Anthropological Society of Bombay, Bd. 1. The British India Press, Bombay 1911, pp. 330-339

Modi, Jivanji Jamshedji (1929) The Owl in Folklore. In: Anthropological papers, Part IV: Papers Read Before the Anthropological Society of Bombay. British India Press, Bombay 1929, pp. 42-54

Modi, Jivanji Jamshedji (1911) The Persian Mâr-Nâmeh or, The Book for Taking Omens from Snakes. In: Anthropological Papers: Papers (mostly on Parsee Subjects) read before the Anthropological Society of Bombay, Bd. 3. The British India Press, Bombay 1911, pp. 34-42

Modi, Jivanji Jamshedji (1918) The Persian Origin of the Kurds and the Tajiks. In: Anthropological Papers: Papers read before the Anthropological Society of Bombay, Bd. 2. The British India Press, Bombay 1918, pp. 40-46

Modi, Jivanji Jamshedji (1911) The Rat Problem and the Ancients. In: Anthropological Papers: Papers (mostly on Parsee Subjects) read before the Anthropological Society of Bombay, Bd. 1. The British India Press, Bombay 1911, pp. 355-365

Modi, Jivanji Jamshedji (1929) The Root-Idea at the Bottom of Nudity Spells. In: Anthropological papers, Part IV: Papers Read Before the Anthropological Society of Bombay. British India Press, Bombay 1929, pp. 122-129

Modi, Jivanji Jamshedji (1911) The Thâkûrs of Matheran. In: Anthropological Papers: Papers (mostly on Parsee Subjects) read before the Anthropological Society of Bombay, Bd. 1. The British India Press, Bombay 1911, pp. 158-166

Modi, Jivanji Jamshedji (1918) The Vadâris of the Villages round the Deolali Camp in the Nasik District. In: Anthropological Papers: Papers read before the Anthropological Society of Bombay, Bd. 2. The British India Press, Bombay 1918, pp. 1-15

Modi, Jivanji Jamshedji (1911) The Veneration paid to the Plane-Tree in Persia. In: Anthropological Papers: Papers (mostly on Parsee Subjects) read before the Anthropological Society of Bombay, Bd. 1. The British India Press, Bombay 1911, pp. 200-207

Modi, Jivanji Jamshedji (1918) The Wedding Sand in Knutsford (Cheshire, England) and the Wedding Sand in India. In: Anthropological Papers: Papers read before the Anthropological Society of Bombay, Bd. 2. The British India Press, Bombay 1918, pp. 31-39

Modi, Jivanji Jamshedji (1914) Tibetan salutations and a few thoughts suggested by them. In: Anthropological Papers, Part II: Papers read before the Anthropological Society of Bombay, Bd. 2. The British India Press, Bombay 1914, pp. 110-123

Modi, Jivanji Jamshedji (1911) Two Iranian Incantations for Burying Hair and Nails. In: Anthropological Papers: Papers (mostly on Parsee Subjects) read before the Anthropological Society of Bombay, Bd. 1. The British India Press, Bombay 1911, pp. 340-354

Modi, Jivanji Jamshedji (1929) Zest in Life. In: Anthropological papers, Part IV: Papers Read Before the Anthropological Society of Bombay. British India Press, Bombay 1929, pp. 186-198

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Nesbitt, Eleanor (2004) "My Dad's Hindu, my Mum's side are Sikhs": Issues in Religious Identity.

Neukam, Gabriele (1990) Die Feinde des Göttlichen: Dämonenheilzeremonien in Sri Lanka.

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Turin, Mark ; Wheeler, Claire ; Wilkinson, Eleanor , Hrsgg. (2013) Oral Literature in the Digital Age: Archiving Orality and Connecting with Communities.

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Priester-Lasch, Maximilian (2008) Tradition vs. Rationalität? Wahlentscheidungen und Strategien der Velar Tamil Nadus.

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Ranta-Tyrkkö, Satu (2008) Building critical citizenship through community theatre? : case of theatre group Natya Chetana.

Rapp, Joachim (1997) National-religiöse Identität versus lokale Identitäten auf Sri Lanka.

Roncaglia, Sara (2013) Feeding the City: Work and Food Culture of the Mumbai Dabbawalas.

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Sieler, Roman (2006) "Unberührbare Körper" - Ethnologische Überlegungen zu Kaste und embodiment.

Stocker, Stephanie (2009) Empowerment oder Entmachtung? Einfluss von Mikrofinanzprojekten auf die soziale Situation der Frau und das Geschlechterverhältnis in Südindien.

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Tilker, Andreas (1988) Tanikama: Dämonologie und Exorzismus in Sri Lanka.

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Vandal, Sajida Haidar (2011) Cultural Expressions of South Punjab.

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Weber, Fredy P. (2003) Transparenz visueller Repräsentation.

Weigl, Constanze (2005) Der Umgang mit Krankheiten und deren Ursachen bei tamilischen Familien im Kreis Südliche Weinstrasse.

Wiegelmann, Gudrun (1990) Eine ideengeschichtliche Untersuchung des singhalesischen Maskenwesen.

Wischkowski, Anna (1987) Maskenschnitztradition in Sri Lanka.

Wischkowski-Mey, Anna (2004) Maske und Maß: Eine Untersuchung zur Ikonografie und Bedeutung singhalesischer Ritualmasken und -kostüme.

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