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Publications

Publications, © Jürgen Schaflechner, researcher - filmmaker, working on political theory with a special focus on Pakistan. 

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–Publications–

 

Book

2018                        Hinglaj Devi: Identity, Change, and Solidification at a Hindu Temple in Pakistan. New York: Oxford University Press.             

Edited Volumes

(forthcoming)       Ritual Journeys, eds. Christoph Bergmann & Jürgen Schaflechner. London: Routledge. (peer reviewed)

(forthcoming)       Pakistan. Parallel Narratives of the Nation-State, eds. Christina Oesterheld & Jürgen Schaflechner. Karachi: Oxford University Press.

Chapters and other Articles

(forthcoming)  “Staging the Hindu self, affirmative and self-conscious politics in Pakistan” In Journal of South Asian Studies (43).

(forthcoming)    “From documentation to dastavezi” (with Max Kramer) In Dastavezi a Journal for Audio-Visual South Asia Studies (1).

(forthcoming)    “A specter is hunting Pakistan! Nationalism in Pakistan’s horror pulp fiction” In Asian Ethnology (80) 1-2.

(forthcoming)      “Making Hinduism: A case of governmentality at Hinglaj” in Ritual Journeys, eds. Christoph Bergmann & Jürgen Schaflechner. London: Routledge.

(forthcoming)       “Introduction: ritual journeys in South Asia” (with Christoph Bergmann) in Ritual Journeys, eds. Christoph Bergmann & Jürgen Schaflechner. London: Routledge.

2018       ‘Forced conversions’ of Hindu women to Islam in Pakistan: another perspective” in The Conversation.

2018                       “Blasphemy and the appropriation of vigilante justice in ‘hagiohistoric’ writing in Pakistan” in Outrage: The Rise of Religious Offence in South Asia, eds. Kathinka Frøystad, Paul Rollier, and Arild Engelsen Ruud. London: UCL Press.

2018                        “Forced conversion and (Hindu) women’s agency in Sindh” in South Asia Chronicle 7. Berlin.

2018                        “Introduction” in Pakistan. Parallel Narratives of the Nation-State, eds. Christian Oesterheld & Jürgen Schaflechner. Karachi: Oxford University Press.

2017                         Why does Pakistan’s horror pulp fiction stereotype ‘the Hindu’” in The Conversation. 

2016                         The Hindu’ in recent Urdu horror stories from Pakistan” in Zeitschrift für Indologie und Südasienstudien. Band 32. Bremen: Hempen Verlag.

2016                        What is lacking in the law on forced conversion” in The Herald, December issue. Karachi.

2015                         “The mother and the other” in Muslim Wanderers in South Asia, eds. Michel Boivin & Remy Delage. London: Routledge.

2015                        “Denial and repetition: the solidification of tradition” in The Ambivalence of Denial. What’s Behind Denying Ritual?, eds. Ute Hüsken & Udo Simon. Wiesbaden: Harrassowitz.

2015                         “Royal Asiatic Society” in Lexikon zur Überseegeschichte, ed. Hermann Hiery. Stuttgart: Franz Steiner Verlag.

2015                         “Hinduism” (with Hans Hommes) in Lexikon zur Überseegeschichte, ed. Hermann Hiery. Stuttgart: Franz Steiner Verlag.

2015                         “Economy of sacrifice: The Vagris of Karachi” in The Karachi Conference, ed. Sabiah Askari. Karachi: Cambridge Scholars Publishers.

2014                         “The shrine of Hinglaj Devi” in The Herald, October issue. Karachi.