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

Reviewed Articles



1.   Schneider, Nadja-Christina. More than a belated Gutenberg Age: Daily Newspapers in India. An Overview of the Print Media Development since the 1980s, Key Issues and Current Perspectives (article in English). In: Global Media Journal (German edition), Volume 3, No. 2, Autumn/Winter 2013, pp. 1-25.

2.   Schneider, Nadja-Christina. Being Young and a “Muslim Woman” in Post-liberalization India: Reflexive Documentary Films as Media Spaces for New Conversations. In: ASIEN - The German Journal on Contemporary Asia. No. 126, January 2013, pp. 85-103.


3.   Schneider, Nadja-Christina. Media Research beyond Bollywood: Some Thoughts on a Systematic Media Perspective in India-related Research. In: Internationales Asienforum/International Quarterly for Asian Studies. Vol. 42, No. 3-4/2011, S. 223-238.


4.   Schneider, Nadja-Christina. Islamic feminism and Muslim women’s rights activism in India: from transnational discourse to local movement - or vice versa? In: Journal of International Women’s Studies. Special Issue: Islam and Gender in Asia and the Diaspora. Vol. 11, # 1 and 2, 2010, ed. by Huma Ahmed-Ghosh, pp. 56-71.


5.   Schneider, Nadja-Christina. Die Neuauflage der indischen Zivilrechtsdebatte 2003. In: Schucher, Günter/Wagner, Christian (Hg.): Indien 2005, Politik, Wirtschaft und Gesellschaft. S. 281-299.


6.   Schneider, Nadja-Christina. Zum Machtfaktor Presse in Indien. In: Draguhn, Werner (Hg.): Indien 2003, Politik, Wirtschaft und Gesellschaft. S. 143-170.