Publications

MONOGRAPH

(1) Sebastian Schwecke (2011) New Cultural Identitarian Political Movements in Developing Societies. The Bharatiya Janata Party. London: Routledge.

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(2) Sebastian Schwecke (2017) “A Tangled Jungle of Disorderly Transactions? The Production of a Monetary Outside in a North Indian Town”, Modern Asian Studies (pre- published online: https://doi.org/10.1017/S0026749X1700066X).

(3) Hartmut Elsenhans, Rachid Ouaissa, Sebastian Schwecke und Mary-Ann Tétreault (eds.) (2015) The Transformation of Politicised Religion. From Zealots into Leaders? London: Ashgate.

(4) Sebastian Schwecke und Rachid Ouaissa (2015) “New Cultural Identitarian Political Movements in North Africa, the Middle East, and South Asia”, in: Elsenhans, Hartmut; Ouaissa, Rachid; Schwecke, Sebastian; Tétreault, Mary-Ann (eds.) The Transformation of Politicised Religion. From Zealots into Leaders? London: Ashgate.

(5) Sebastian Schwecke (2015) “The Trivialization of Hindu Nationalism and the Reconfiguration of the Indian Bourgeoisie”, in: Elsenhans, Hartmut; Ouaissa, Rachid; Schwecke, Sebastian; Tétreault, Mary-Ann (eds.) (2015) The Transformation of Politicised Religion. From Zealots into Leaders? London: Ashgate.

(6) Sebastian Schwecke (2008) “The Limitations of ‘Mere’ Performance. The BJP and the Failure of Its Yatras,” in: Lidia Guzy und Uwe Skoda (eds.), Power Plays. Politics, Rituals, Performances in South Asia. Berlin: Weißensee, 57-78.

OTHER PUBLICATIONS

(7) Sebastian Schwecke. “Urban Space, Reputation, and Entrepreneurial Transgression. Informal Finance in a North Indian City”, IIAS Newsletter, April 2018. Leiden: International Institute of Asian Studies (forthcoming).

(8) Sebastian Schwecke (2017) “Historikertag 2016: Indische Geschichte”, in H-Soz- Kult, 14 January 2017, http://www.hsozkult.de/debate/id/diskussionen- 3982?title=historikertag- 2016-indische- geschichte&recno=9&page=0&q=&sort=&fq=&total=295

(9) Sebastian Schwecke (2014) The BJP and Its Prospects. A Turning Point in Indian Politics? (Heinrich Böll Foundation): http://www.boell.de/en/2014/03/31/bjp- and-its-prospects- turning-point-indian-politics

(10) Sebastian Schwecke (2012) “Review of: Haynes, Douglas E.: Small Town Capitalism in Western India. Artisans, Merchants and the Making of the Informal Economy, 1870– 1960. Cambridge 2012, in H-Soz-u-Kult, 1 February 2013, http://www.hsozkult.de/publicationreview/id/rezbuecher- 19613?language=en

(11) Sebastian Schwecke (2012) “Review of: Chatterjee, Nandini: The Making of Indian Secularism. Empire, Law and Christianity, 1830-1960. Basingstoke 2011”, in H-Soz-u- Kult, 5 October 2012, http://www.hsozkult.de/publicationreview/id/rezbuecher- 16985?language=en

(12) Sebastian Schwecke (2012) “Rezension: Dietmar Rothermund, Gandhi und Nehru. Zwei Gesichter Indiens“, Periplus – Jahrbuch für außereuropäische Geschichte 22, 2012,218- 220.

(13) Sebastian Schwecke (2011) “Elsenhans’ Beitrag zur Weltgeschichte. Review of: Hartmut Elsenhans, Geschichte und Ökonomie der europäischen Welteroberung“, Zeitschrift für Weltgeschichte 12/2, 2011,273-281.

(14) Sebastian Schwecke (2009) The 2009 General Elections in India. The BJP and its Prospects. (Heinrich Böll Foundation) https://www.boell.de/en/democracy/asia-6571.html

(15) Sebastian Schwecke und Rachid Ouaissa (2007) “Folgen einer gescheiterten Entwicklungsstrategie. Zum Aufstieg und der politischen Ökonomie fundamentalistischer Bewegungen,” EINS Entwicklungspolitik, 19/20 (2007), 51-53.

(16) Sebastian Schwecke (2006) “An Introduction to the Indian Party System,” in KlausVoll and Doreen Beierlein (eds.), Rising India – Europe’s Partner. Berlin: Weißensee, 474- 482.

(17) Sebastian Schwecke (2003) “The Rationality of Politics in Uttar Pradesh. Towards a Re- evaluation of the Concept of Factionalism,” Heidelberg Papers in South Asian and Comparative Politics.