• Maud, Jovan. 2018. “Ok Baytong.” In Thai Cinema: A Complete Guide, edited by Katarzyna Ancuta and Mary Ainslie. London: I.B. Tauris.

  • Maud, Jovan. 2016. ‘New Routes for the Venerable Ancestor: A Growth Triangle, the Border, and an Emergent Sacred Landscape in the Thai-Malay Borderland.’ In Religion, Place and Modernity in East and Southeast Asia, edited by Michael Dickhardt and Andrea Lauser. Leiden: Brill.

  • Maud, Jovan. 2016. ‘Buddhist Relics and Pilgrimage.’ In The Oxford Handbook of Contemporary Buddhism, edited by Michael Jerryson. Oxford University Press.

  • Maud, Jovan. 2016 El turismo religioso transfronterizo y la formación del Estado en el sur de Tailandia, in: Marston, John Amos (Ed.), La Antropología de las Fronteras de Tailandia: Como Espacios de Flujos, pp.185-215.

  • Maud, Jovan. 2013. ‘Fire and Water: Ritual Innovation, Tourism, and Spontaneous Religiosity in Hat Yai, Southern Thailand.’ In Faith in the Future: Understanding the Revitalization of Religions and Cultural Traditions in Asia, edited by Thomas Reuter and Alexander Horstmann, 269–96. Brill.

  • Maud, Jovan. 2013. ‘Mary Douglas: Purity and Danger [Reinheit und Gefährdung].’ In Klassiker der Sozialwissenschaften: 100 Schlüsselwerke im Portrait, edited by Samuel Salzborn, 214–18. Wiesbaden: Springer VS.

  • Maud, Jovan. 2013. Review essay: ‘Monks and Magic by Barend J. Terwiel.’ Journal of the Siam Society 101: 243–49.

  • Maud, Jovan. 2012. ‘Sacred Tourism and the State: Some Paradoxes of Cross-Border Religious Patronage in Southern Thailand.’ In Pilgrimage in an Age of Globalisation, edited by Nelia Hyndman-Rizik, 93–119. Newcastle: Cambridge Scholars Press.


  • Maud, Jovan. 2008. ‘The Sacred Borderland: A Buddhist Saint, the State, and Transnational Religion in Southern Thailand.’ Doctoral dissertation, Macquarie University.

  • Maud, Jovan. 2005. ‘The Nine Emperor Gods on the Border: Transnational Culture, Alternate Modes of Practice, and the Expansion of the “Vegetarian Festival” in Hat Yai’. In Dynamic Diversity in Southern Thailand, edited by Wattana Sugannaasil, 153–78. Chiang Mai: Prince of Songkhla University & Silkworm Books.

Selected Papers und Vorträge seit 2014

  • “(Re)Mediating the Sacred: Exploring Thai Facebook as a Ritual Field.” Paper presented at the department colloquium, Department of Anthropology, Macquarie University, Sydney, Australia, August 17.

  • “The Bodhisattva in the Borderland: A Buddhist Saint and the Phantom Limbs of the Thai Nation.” Paper presented at the Anthropologie comparée du bouddhisme: Importance et contestations de la matérialité, CNRS/EHESS,P aris, January 13.

  • “(Re)Mediating Ritual in Thailand: Immediacy and Hypermediacy in Digital Religious Practice.” Paper presented at the Workshop on Comparative Approaches to Ritual in Mainland SE Asia: Emergence or Resurgence? CASE, EHESS, Paris, October 14.

  • ‘The Bodhisattva of the South: Locality, Region and Nation in the Biography of a Southern Thai Buddhist Saint’. Paper presented at the Kaleidoscopes of Religion: Southeast Asia and Beyond, Humboldt University, Berlin, January 25.

  • ‘Mönche, Mirakel Und Medien.’ Lecture presented at the GGV Public Lecture, Institute of Social and Cultural Anthropology, University Göttingen, February 16.

  • ‘Enchanted Mediations: Agency, Authority and Technologies of Presence in the Making of a Southern Thai Buddhist Saint.’ Paper presented at the AAS in Asia Inaugural Conference: Asian in Motion, National University of Singapore, Singapore, July 17.