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Dwyer, Rachel, ed. (2014) Bollywood. London: Routledge. (Critical concepts in media and cultural studies) (Forthcoming)

Dwyer, Rachel (2014) Bollywood’s India: Hindi cinema as a guide to modern India. London/Chicago/New Delhi: Reaktion Books/Hachette. (In Press)

Dwyer, Rachel (2014) 'I love you when you’re angry: Amitabh Bachchan, the star and emotion in the Hindi film.' In: Bandhauer, Andrea and Royer, Michelle, (eds.), Stars in World Cinema. IB Tauris. (Forthcoming)

Dwyer, Rachel (2014) 'Innocent abroad: Shah Rukh Khan, Karan Johar and the diasporic star.' In: Dudrah, Rajinder and Mader, Elke and Fuchs, Bernhard, (eds.), Shah Rukh Khan and global Bollywood. Oxford University Press. (Forthcoming)

Dharampal-Frick, Gita and Dwyer, Rachel and Kirloskar, Monika and Phalke, Jahnavi, eds. (2014) Key concepts in modern Indian studies. New Delhi/New York: Oxford University Press/New York University Press. (Forthcoming)

Dwyer, Rachel (2014) 'The biopic of the new middle classes in contemporary Hindi cinema.' In: Brown, Tom and Vidal, Belen, (eds.), The Biopic in Contemporary Film Culture. London: Routledge, pp. 68-83. (AFI Film readers)

Dwyer, Rachel (2013) 'My Lord, the elephant.' Seminar: The Monthly Symposium, 651 . pp. 39-42.

Dwyer, Rachel (2013) 'The biggest star of all: the elephant in Indian cinema.' Religions of South Asia , 7 . pp. 195-210.

Dwyer, Rachel (2013) 'Bollywood's empire: Indian cinema and the diaspora.' In: Chatterjee, Joya and Washbrook, David, (eds.), Routledge handbook of South Asian diaspora. London: Routledge, pp. 407-416.

Dwyer, Rachel (2013) 'Fire and Rain, The Tramp and The Trickster: romance and the family in the early films of Raj Kapoor.' The South Asianist: Journal of South Asian Studies, University of Edinburgh, 2 (3). pp. 9-32.

Dwyer, Rachel (2013) Get started in Gujarati (Teach Yourself Language). London: Teach Yourself/Hodder. (Teach Yourself Language)

Dwyer, Rachel (2013) 'Happy ever after: Hindi films and the happy ending.' In: Ssorin-Chaikov, Nikolai, (ed.), The topography of happiness from the American dream to postsocialism/ Топография счастья от Американской мечты к пост-социализму. Moscow: New Literary Observer [Novoe Literaturnoe Obozrenie], pp. 357-402. (In Press)

Dwyer, Rachel (2013) 'The Hindi film biopic.' In: Rosenstone, Robert and Parvulescu, Constantin, (eds.), The Blackwell Companion to Historical Film. Oxford: Blackwell, pp. 219-232.

Dwyer, Rachel (2013) 'Le cinéma indien.' In: Bates, Karine and Boisvert, Mathieu and Granger, Serge and Jaffrelot, Christophe, (eds.), L'Inde et ses avatars: Pluralité d'une puissance. Montreal: Les Presses de l’Université de Montréal, pp. 275-306.

Dwyer, Rachel (2011) 'Bombay Gothic: 60 years of Mahal/The mansion, dir. Kamal Amrohi, 1949.' In: Beyond the boundaries of Bollywood: the many forms of Hindi cinema. Delhi: Oxford University Press, pp. 130-155.

Dwyer, Rachel and Pinto, Jerry, eds. (2011) Beyond the boundaries of Bollywood: the many forms of Hindi cinema. New Delhi: Oxford University Press.

Dwyer, Rachel (2011) 'Zara hatke!: The new middle classes and the segmentation of Hindi cinema.' In: Donner, Henrike, (ed.), Being middle-class in contemporary India: A way of life. London: Routledge, pp. 184-208.

Dwyer, Rachel (2011) 'The case of the missing Mahatma: Gandhi and the Hindi cinema.' Public Culture. Special issue edited by Ritu Birla and Faisal Devji, 23 (2). pp. 349-376.

Dwyer, Rachel (2010) 'Hindi films and their audiences.' Marg. A Magazine of the Arts, 61 (3). pp. 30-39.

Dwyer, Rachel (2010) 'I am Crazy about the Lord: The Muslim Devotional Genre in Hindi Film.' Third Text, 24 (1). pp. 123-134.

Dwyer, Rachel (2010) 'Bollywood’s India: Hindi cinema as a guide to modern India (Based on inaugural lecture, Feb 5, 2008).' Asian Affairs, 41 (3). pp. 381-398.

Dwyer, Rachel (2009) 'Bimal Roy: a different kind of Hindi cinema.' In: Bhattacharya, Rinki, (ed.), Bimal Roy: the man who spoke in pictures. New Delhi: Penguin, pp. 162-171.

Dwyer, Rachel (2009) 'Depictions of and by religious practitioners in films: Hinduism.' In: Lyden, John, (ed.), Routledge companion to religion and film. New York: Routledge, pp. 141-161.

Dwyer, Rachel (2009) 'Ich mag es, wenn du zornig wirst: Amitabh Bachchan, Emotionen und Stars im Hindi-film.' In: Tieber, Claus, (ed.), Fokus Bollywood: das indische Kino in wissenschaftlichen Diskursen. Münster: Lit. Verlag, pp. 99-115.

Dwyer, Rachel (2009) 'Phalke, Dhundiraj Govind [known as Dadasaheb Phalke] (1870-1944).' Dictionary of National Biography .

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

Dwyer, Rachel (2007) 'Indian cinema.' In: Cook, Pam, (ed.), The cinema book. London: British Film Institute, pp. 221-223.

Dwyer, Rachel (2006) Filming the Gods: Religion and Indian Cinema. Routledge.

Dwyer, Rachel (2006) 'Kiss or Tell? Declaring Love in Hindi Films.' In: Orsini, F., (ed.), Love in South Asia. A Cultural History. Cambridge University Press, pp. 289-302.

Dwyer, Rachel (2006) 'Planet Bollywood: Hindi film in the UK.' In: Sayyid, SHasan and Ali, N and Kalra, VS, (eds.), Postcolonial people: South Asians in Britain. Hurst & Co. (UK), pp. 366-375.

Dwyer, Rachel (2006) 'The goddess in Indian film.' In: Goddess: divine energy. Sydney: Art Gallery of New South Wales, pp. 153-155.

Dwyer, Rachel (2006) 'The saffron screen?: Hindi movies and Hindu nationalism.' In: Meyer, B. and Moors, A., (eds.), Religion, media and the public sphere. Bloomington: Indiana University Press, pp. 422-460.

Dwyer, Rachel (2005) 100 Bollywood films. London: British Film Institute.

Dwyer, Rachel (2005) 'Cinema.' In: Cush, D. and Robinson, C. and York, M., (eds.), The encyclopaedia of Hinduism. London: Routledge Curzon.

Dwyer, Rachel (2004) 'International Hinduism: the Swaminarayan sect.' In: Jacobsen, KA and Kumar, P, (eds.), South Asians in the diaspora: historiesand religious traditions. Brill (Netherlands), pp. 180-199.

Dwyer, Rachel (2004) 'Representing the Muslim: the 'courtesan film' in Indian popular cinema.' In: Parfitt, T and Y.Egorava, , (eds.), Mediating the other: representations of Jews, Muslims and Christians in the media. Routledge/Curzon (UK), pp. 78-92.

Dwyer, Rachel (2004) 'Yeh shaadi nahin ho sakti! (This wedding cannot happen!).' In: Jones, GW and Ramdas, K, (eds.), (Un)tying the knot: ideal and reality in Asian marriage. Singapore: Asia Research Institute, National University of Singapore., pp. 59-90.

Dwyer, Rachel and Patel, D. (2002) Cinema India. The Visual Culture of the Hindi Film. London: Reaktion Books. (Envisioning Asia)

Dwyer, Rachel (2002) 'Landschaft der Liebe: die indischen Mittelschichten,die romantische Liebe und das Konsumdenken.' In: Schneider, A, (ed.), Bollywood: das indische Kino und die Schweiz. Museum fur Gestaltung, Zurich (Switzerland), pp. 97-105.

Dwyer, Rachel (2002) 'Real and imagined audiences: Lagaan and the Hindi film after the 1990s.' Etnofoor, Vol. 1 . pp. 177-193.

Dwyer, Rachel (2002) Yash Chopra. British Film Institute.

Dwyer, Rachel (2000) All you want is money, all you need is love: sex and romance in modern India. Cassell (London).

Dwyer, Rachel (2000) 'Bombay Ishtyle.' In: Bruzzi, S and Gibson, P, (eds.), Fashion Cultures: theories, explorations and analysis. Routledge (London), pp. 178-190.

Dwyer, Rachel (2000) '"Indian values" and the diaspora: Yash Chopra�s films of the 1990s.' West Coast Line, 32-34 (2, Autumn). pp. 6-27.

Dwyer, Rachel and Pinney, Christopher, eds. (2000) Pleasure and the nation: the history, consumption and politics of public culture in India. New Delhi: Oxford University Press. (SOAS studies in South Asia)

Dwyer, Rachel (2000) 'Shooting Stars: the Indian film magazine Stardust.' In: Dwyer, Rachel and Pinney, C, (eds.), Pleasure and the nation: the history, consumption and politics of public culture India. India: Oxford University Press, pp. 247-85.

Dwyer, Rachel (2000) 'The erotics of the wet sari in Hindi films.' South Asia: Journal of South Asian Studies, 23 (2). pp. 143-159.

Dwyer, Rachel (2000) The poetics of devotion: the Gujarati lyrics of Dayaram. Richmond: Curzon. (London studies on South Asia, 19)

Dwyer, Rachel (1998) 'Hindi romantic cinema: Yash Chopra’s Kabhi Kabhie and Silsila.' South Asia: Journal of South Asian Studies . pp. 181-212.

Dwyer, Rachel (1998) '“Starry nights”: the novels of Shobha Dé.' In: d'Haen, Theo, (ed.), (Un)writing empire. Amsterdam: Rodopi, pp. 117-133.

Dwyer, Rachel (1995) Gujarati: a complete course for beginners. London: Hodder and Stoughton.

Dwyer, Rachel (1994) 'Caste, religion and sect in Gujarat: followers of Vallabhacharya and Swaminarayan.' In: Ballard, Roger, (ed.), Desh pardesh: the South Asian experience in Britain. Hurst, pp. 165-190.

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