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Authored Books

Barrett, T. H. (1996) Taoism Under the T'ang: Religion and Empire during the Golden Age of Chinese History. London: Wellsweep.

Barrett, T. H. and Xun, Zhou (2001) The Wisdom of the Confucians. Oxford: Oneworld.

Black, Brian (2007) The Character of the Self in Ancient India: Priests, Kings, and Women in the Early Upanishads. New York: State University of New York Press.

Chau, Adam (2006) Miraculous Response. Doing Popular Religion in Contemporary China. Stanford, Calif.: Stanford University Press.

Crosby, Kate (2009) The Dead of Night & the Women. New York: New York University Press. (Clay Sanskrit Library)

Dwyer, Rachel (2008) What do Hindus believe? London: Granta.

Fardon, Richard (1990) Between God, the dead and the wild: Chamba interpretations of religion and ritual. Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press for the International African Institute.

Malinar, Angelika (2007) The Bhagavadgita: Doctrines and Contexts. Cambridge University Press.

Proferes, Theodore (2007) Vedic Ideals of Sovereignty and the Poetics of Power. American Oriental Society.

Singh, Gurharpal and Tatla, D.S. (2006) Sikhs in Britain: The making of a community. London: Zed Books.

Edited Books or Journal Volumes

Brodbeck, Simon and Black, Brian, eds. (2007) Gender and Narrative in the Mahabharata. London: Routledge. (Routledge Hindu studies series)

Zene, Cosimo, ed. (2013) Religion and Dialogue. Special issue of Culture and Dialogue, Vol.3, No. 1. Cambridge Scholars Publishing. (Culture and Dialogue)

Singh, Gurharpal and Shackle, Christopher and Mandair, A., eds. (2000) Sikh Religion, Culture and Ethnicity. London: Curzon.

Shackle, Christopher and Mandair, A.S., eds. (2005) Teachings of the Sikh Gurus: Selections from the Sikh Scriptures. London; New York: Routledge.

Howard, Keith, ed. (1998) Korean Shamanism: Revivals, Survivals and Change. Seoul: Royal Asiatic Society and Seoul Computer Press.

Flügel, Peter and Krümpelmann, Kornelius, eds. (2016) Jaina-Onomasticon. Wiesbaden: Harrassowitz. (Jaina Studies)

Book Chapters

Barrett, T. H. (2002) 'Introduction.' In: Penny, B., (ed.), Religion and Biography in China and Tibet. London: Curzon, pp. 1-12.

Black, Brian (2011) 'Ambattha and Svetaketu: Literary Connections between the Upanishads and Early Buddhism.' In: Lindquist, Steven, (ed.), Religion and Identity in South Asia and Beyond: Essays in Honor of Patrick Olivelle. Anthem Press.

Black, Brian (2007) 'Eavesdropping on the Epic: Female Listeners in the Mahabharata.' In: Brodbeck, Simon and Black, Brian, (eds.), Gender and Narrative in the Mahabharata. London: Routledge. (Routledge Hindu studies series)

Cox, Whitney (2011) 'Saffron in the Rasam.' In: South Asian Texts in History: critical engagements with Sheldon Pollock. Ann Arbor, Michigan, USA: Association for Asian Studies, pp. 177-201. (Asia Past and Present)

Gore, Charles (2002) 'Traditions and Transformations in African Religions.' In: Fletcher, P. and Kawanami, H. and Smith, D. and Woodhead, L., (eds.), Religion in the Modern World. Routledge, pp. 204-230.

Matsunaga, Louella (2002) 'Familiarity and Difference: Relocating Sukyo Mahikari in the UK.' In: Prohl, I. and Zinser, H., (eds.), Zen, Reiki, Karate: Japanishche Religiositat in Europa. Hamburg: Tuebingen.

Matsunaga, Louella (2000) 'Spirit First, Mind Follows, Body Belongs: Notions of health, illness, and disease in Sukyo Mahikari UK.' In: Clarke, P.B., (ed.), Japanese New Religions in Global Perspective. Richmond: Curzon Press.

Peel, J.D.Y. (2004) 'Divergent Modes of Religiosity in West Africa.' In: Whitehouse, H. and Laidlaw, J., (eds.), Ritual and Memory. Toward a Comparative Anthropology of Religion. Altamira Press, pp. 11-30.

Singh, Gurharpal and Graham, D. and Gillat, S. and Zavos, J. and Woodhead, L. (2012) 'Religious Minorities: Judaism, Sikhism, Islam, Hinduism and Buddhism.' In: Woodhead, L. and Catto, R., (eds.), Religion and Change in Modern Britain. London: Routledge.

Sohnen-Thieme, Renate (2009) 'Indra in the Harivamsa.' In: Goldman, R. P. and Tokunaga, M., (eds.), Epic Undertakings. Delhi: Motilal Banarsidass, pp. 335-370. (Papers of the 12th World Sanskrit Conference held in Helsinki, Finland, 13-18 July 2003, vol. 2)

Waghmar, Burzine (2016) 'Iridescent Iran: Persian palimpsest, Mazdean mosaic.' In: Cama , Shernaz, (ed.), Threads of Continuity: Zoroastrian Life and Culture. New Delhi: Parzor Foundation, pp. 215-224.

Zene, Cosimo (2003) 'Religion, Dialogue and Fear of the Other.' In: Raveri, Massimo, (ed.), Le Religion e la Pace. Venezia, Italy: Marsilio, pp. 303-321.

Journal Articles

Cox, Whitney (2012) 'A South Indian Śākta Anthropogony: an annotated translation of selections from Maheśvarānanda's Mahārthamañjarīparimala, gāthās 19 and 20.' Journal of Indian Philosophy, 40 (2). pp. 199-218.

Orsini, Francesca (2015) 'Booklets and Sants: Religious Publics and Literary History.' South Asia: Journal of South Asian Studies, 38 (3). pp. 435-449.

Waghmar, Burzine and Frye, Richard (1999) ''Zoroastrians in the Early Islamic Period,’ trans. of Richard Frye,‘Zoroastrier in der frühislamischer Zeit,’ Der Islam, 40 (1965): 198-99.' Journal of the K. R. Cama Oriental Institute, 63. pp. 94-97.

Yaqin, Amina (2013) 'Autobiography and Muslim Women's Lives.' Journal of Women's History, 25 (2). pp. 171-184.

Book Reviews

Daily, Christopher A (2014) 'Confucianism as a World Religion: Contested Histories and Contemporary Realities.' The China Quarterly, 219 . pp. 897-899.

Other

Hamzić, Vanja (2007) 'Religious Developments in the Western Balkans: Transitional Religion.' Shift Mag, 12 . pp. 14-18.

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