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Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin - Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences - Institute of Asian and African Studies

Publications

 

Books

(in preparationBeing Muslim Abroad: Knowledge, Work, and Piety in the Tajik Dubai Business.

(2010) Das Bedürfnis nach Ausgewogenheit: Moralische Erziehung, Islam und Muslimsein in Tadschikistan zwischen Säkularisierung und religiöser Rückbesinnung. (Kultur, Recht und Politik in muslimischen Gesellschaften; 16). Ergon-Verlag: Würzburg.

 

Editorships

(2018) Mobilities, Boundaries, and Travelling Ideas: Rethinking Translocality Beyond Central Asia and the Caucasus. (together with  Philipp Schröder). Cambridge, UK: Open Book Publishers. Downloadable here.

(2013) Neue Räume, neue Zeiten. Kindheit und Familie im Kontext von (Trans-)Migration und sozialem Wandel. Fallbeispiele aus Russland und Osteuropa, Zentralasien und dem Kaukasus sowie der Türkei. (together with Christine Hunner-Kreisel), VS-Verlag: Wiesbaden.

 

Articles

(2018)iPhones, emotions, mediation. Tracing translocality in the pious endeavors of Tajiks studying and working in the Middle East". In: Manja Stephan-Emmrich and Philipp Schröder (eds.). in: Mobilities, Boundaries, and Travelling Ideas: Rethinking Translocality Beyond Central Asia and the Caucasus. Cambridge, UK: Open Book Publishers. Downloadable here. (peer-reviewed).

(2018) "Crossing Economic and Cultural Boundaries: Tajik Middlemen in the Translocal ‘Dubai Business’ Sector" (together with Abdullah Mirzoev). In: Manja Stephan-Emmrich und Philipp Schröder (eds.). in: Mobilities, Boundaries, and Travelling Ideas: Rethinking Translocality Beyond Central Asia and the Caucasus. Cambridge, UK: Open Book Publishers. Downloadable here. (peer-reviewed).

(2018) “Introduction. Mobilities, Boundaries, and Traveling Ideas in Central Asia and beyond: A Translocal Perspective" (together with Philipp Schröder). In: Manja Stephan-Emmrich and Philipp Schröder (eds.). Mobilities, Boundaries, and Travelling Ideas: Rethinking Translocality Beyond Central Asia and the Caucasus. Cambridge, UK: Open Book Publishers. Downloadable here. (peer-review).

(2017) Studying Islam abroad: pious enterprises and educational aspirations of young Tajik Muslims”. In: Jones Luong, Pauline (Ed.). Islam, Society, and Politics in Central Asia. University of Pittsburgh Press: Pittsburgh

(2017) "Playing cosmopolitan: Muslim self-fashioning, migration, and (be-)longing in the Tajik-Dubai business. In: Central Asian Affairs 4 (3), pp. 270-291. And also in:Laruelle, Marlene (Ed.). Being Muslim in Central Asia: Practices, Politics, and Identities. Leiden u. Boston: Brill (2018).

(2017) "'Duschanbe goes global': Tadschikistan zwischen Golfisierung und Islamisierung" In: Christian Steiner; Steffen Wippel (Eds.). Zwischen Globalisierung und Fragmentierung: Aktuelle Rekonfigurationen von Städten in der MENA-Region. INAMO-Themenheft

(2016) "Mobile Muslim professionals: transregional connectivities". In: Middle East - Asia Project (MAP) Bulletin, Contemporary Patterns in transregional Islam, Oct-Dec. 2016 (zusammen mit Claudia Derichs).
see full article here.
Introduction of a series of essays emerged from the Conference "Mobile Muslim Professionals: Trans-regional Connectedness and (Non-State) Cooperation in Central Asia, Southeast Asia and the Middle East" held at Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin in April 2016, more information here

(2016) The Manufacturing of Islamic Lifestyles in Tajikistan through the Prism of Dushanbe's Bazaars” In: Philipp Schröder (Ed.): Central Asian Survey (special issue: Urban Spaces and Lifestyles in Central Asia and Beyond), 35(2): pp. 157-177 (with Abdullah Mirzoev). (peer-reviewed)

(2014) "The Institutionalization of Mobility: Well-being and Social Hierarchies in Central Asian Translocal Livelihoods" (with Philipp Schröder). In: Mobilities, pp. 1-24 (peer-reviewed)

(2013). “Einleitung” (with Christine Hunner-Kreisel). In: Manja Stephan and Christine Hunner-Kreisel (eds.). Neue Räume, neue Zeiten. Kindheit und Familie im Kontext von (Trans-)Migration und sozialem Wandel. Fallbeispiele aus Russland und Osteuropa, Zentralasien und dem Kaukasus sowie der Türkei. VS-Verlag: Wiesbaden, pp. 9-20.

(2013). „Dushanbe – Moskau – Kairo: Transnationale religiöse Erziehungspraktiken tadschikischer Familien in der Migration“. In: Stephan, Manja and Christine Hunner-Kreisel (eds.) Neue Räume, neue Zeiten. Kindheit und Familie im Kontext von (Trans-)Migration und sozialem Wandel. Fallbeispiele aus Russland und Osteuropa, Zentralasien und dem Kaukasus sowie der Türkei. VS-Verlag: Wiesbaden, pp. 125-140.

(2013). Review on Ahmad, Irfan (2009). Islamism and Democracy in India. The Transformation of Jamaat-e-Islami. Princeton University Press: Princeton, Oxford. In: ASIEN – The German Journal on Contemporary Asia (Issue 126, January 2013).

(2013). “Schulischer Ethikunterricht in Tadschikistan: Wertevermittlung und Moralerziehung zwischen staatlichen Interessen und gesellschaftlichen Realitäten“. In: Raoul Motika, Michael Kemper and Anke von Kügelgen (eds.). Repression, Anpassung, Neuorientierung: Islamische Bildung im sowjetischen und post-sowjetischen Raum. Reichert-Verlag: Wiesbaden, pp. 253-288.

(2012). “Education, youth and Islam: the growing popularity of private religious lessons in Dushanbe, Tajikistan“. In: Stefan B. Kirmse (Ed.). Youth in the Former Soviet South: Everyday lives between experimentation and regulation. Routledge: London and New York, pp. 89-103. (peer-reviewed)

(2012). “Religion in Tadschikistan”. In: Markus Porsche-Ludwig and Jürgen Bellers (eds.). Handbuch der Religionen der Welt. Verlag Traugott Bautz GmbH: Nordhausen.

(2010). „Education, youth and Islam: the growing popularity of private religious lessons in Dushanbe, Tajikistan“. In: Youth in the Former Soviet South: Everyday lives between experimentation and regulation. Central Asian Survey, vol. 29/4, S. 469-483 (peer-reviewed).

(2010). „Moral Education, Islam and Being Muslim in Tajikistan“. In: Hann, Chris (Ed.). Religion, Identity, Postsocialism. The Halle Focus Group. Max Planck-Institute for Social Anthropology. Halle/Saale, pp. 49-52.

(2010). “Erziehung, Moralität und Reife: Zur Popularität religiöser Kurse im städtischen Tadschikistan“. In: Sabine Andresen and Christine Hunner-Kreisel (eds.). Kindheit und Jugend in muslimischen Lebenswelten: Aufwachsen und Bildung in deutscher und internationaler Perspektive. (Kinder, Kindheiten, Kindheitsforschung; 1). VS-Verlag: Wiesbaden, pp. 125-142.

(2006).”’You come to us like a black cloud’: Universal versus local Islam in Tajikistan“. In: Chris Hann & the "Civil Religion" Group (eds.). The Postsocialist Religious Question: Faith and Power in Central Asia.