Number of items: 7.
Rampton, David and Welikala, Asanga
The Politics of the South.
Colombo: The Asia Foundation.
(Sri Lanka strategic conflict assessment; No.3)
'In the Wake of Legends... The Significance of Ontological Approaches to the Study of Nationalism.'
Legends of People, Myths of State: Violence, Intolerance and Political Culture in Sri Lanka and Australia.
London: Berghahn, pp. 263-290.
''Would the Real Dutugemunu Please Stand Up?' The Politics of Sinhala Nationalist Authenticity and Populist Discontent.'
In: Goodhand, Jonathan and Korf, Benedikt and Spencer, Jonathan, (eds.),
Conflict and Peacebuilding in Sri Lanka Caught in the Peace Trap?
(Routledge Contemporary South Asia Series)
'Colonisation, Securitised Development and the Crisis of Civic Identity in Sri Lanka.'
In: Pararajasingham, Ana, (ed.),
Sri Lanka: 60 Years of 'Independence' and Beyond.
Switzerland: Centre for Just Peace and Democracy, pp. 329-359.
Nadarajah, Suthaharan and Rampton, David
'The limits of hybridity and the crisis of liberal peace.'
Review of International Studies, 41
''Deeper Hegemony': the Politics of Sinhala Nationalist Authenticity and the Failures of Power-Sharing in Sri Lanka.'
Journal of Commonwealth and Comparative Politics, 49
'Forced Migration Issues in South Asia.'
Europa World Year Book, 2011