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Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin - Kultur-, Sozial- und Bildungswissenschaftliche Fakultät - Institut für Asien- und Afrikawissenschaften

Beiträge in Sammelbänden


 

 

1. Intersecting Dynamics: Representational Activism and New Mobilities among “Muslim Women” in India.

In: Huma Ahmed-Ghosh (ed.) Contesting Feminisms. Gender and Islam in Asia. State University of New York Press, New York 2015 , pp. 135-158.

 

 

 

2. Introduction.

 

Nadja-Christina Schneider/Carola Richter.

In: Dies. (Hg.)(2015). New Media Configurations
and Socio-Cultural Dynamics in Asia and the Arab World.
Nomos/Bloomsbury, S. 11-24.

                                                                                           

3.   Applying the Lens of Mobility to Media and Gender Studies: An Introduction.

In: Nadja-Christina Schneider/Carola Richter (Hg.)(2015). New Media Configurations and Socio-Cultural Dynamics in Asia and the Arab World. Nomos/Bloomsbury, S. 225-242.

 

4. Introduction. 

In: Nadja-Christina Schneider/Fritzi-Marie Titzmann (Hg.)(2015). Studying Youth, Media and Gender in
Post-Liberalisation India. Focus on and beyond the
'Delhi Gang Rape', S. 9-18.   

 

5. Filming Urban Spaces and Entangled (Im)Mobilities: Experimental Documentaries by & about Young 'Muslim Women' in Delhi

In: Nadja-Christina Schneider/Fritzi-Marie Titzmann (Hg.)(2015). Studying Youth, Media and Gender in Post-Liberalisation India. Focus on and beyond the 'Delhi Gang Rape', S. 167-190.

6. Islam und Gender in Indien. Perspektiven der Geschlechtergerechtigkeit in der Minderheitensituation.

In: Susanne Schröter (ed.). Geschlechtergerechtigkeit durch Demokratisierung? Transformationen und Restaurationen von Genderverhältnissen in der islamischen Welt. Transcript, Bielefeld 2013, S. 297-318.

7. The medialisation of post-colonial Indian Society: National and transnational dynamics.

In: Corinna Unger/Andreas Hilger (eds.). India in the World since 1947: National and Transnational Perspectives (1947-1991), Peter Lang, Frankfurt am Main 2012, pp. 236-258.

8. Introduction

Schneider, Nadja-Christina/Gräf, Bettina.
In: Dies. (eds.) Social Dynamics 2.0: Researching Change in Times of Media Convergence. Case Studies from the Middle East and Asia. Reihe: Internationale und interkulturelle Kommunikation Frank & Timme, Berlin 2011, pp. 9-26. 

 

9. Media culture, advertising and consumerism in India.

In: Klaus Voll/Doreen Beierlein (eds.): Rising India - Europe's Partner? Berlin 2006, pp. 819-833.