Publications

See the publications made by associates of the New Zealand South Asia Centre

  • Linkenbach, A. (2007) Forest Futures: Global Representations and Ground Realities in the Himalayas. Ranikhet: Permanent Black. American edition: New York, NY: Palgrave Macmillan. 
  • Linkenbach, A. (2007) Education and the Process of Nation Building in Pre-Independence India: Theoretical Reflections. In K. Kumar and J. Oesterheld (Ed.) Education and Social Change in South Asia. (129-155). New Delhi: Orient Longman.
  • Linkenbach, A. (2006) Nature and Politics: The Case of Uttarakhand, North India. In G. Cederlöf and K. Sivaramakrishnan (Ed.), Ecological Nationalisms: Nature, Livelihoods, and Identities in South Asia, (151-169). Delhi: Permanent Black. American edition:  Seattle and London: University of Washington Press 
  • Linkenbach, A., Fuchs, M., and Randeria, S. (Ed.) (2004) Konfigurationen der Moderne. Diskurse zu Indien [Configurations of Modernity. Discourses on India]. Baden-Baden: Nomos.
  • Linkenbach, A. (2004)„Ökologie“ und „Entwicklung“ im postkolonialen Indien: Stufen der Reflexion und Kritik [Ecology and development in postcolonial India]. In S. Randeria, M. Fuchs and A. Linkenbach (Ed.), Konfigurationen der Moderne: Indische Diskurse. (407-435). Sonderband der Zeitschrift Soziale Welt, Baden Baden: Nomos 
  • Linkenbach, A. (2004) Lokales Wissen im Entwicklungsdiskurs: Abwertung, Aneignung oder Anerkennung des Anderen? (Local knowledge and the development discourse: Devaluation, appropriation, or recognition of the other]. In N. Schareika und Th. Bierschenk (Ed.) Lokales Wissen: sozialwissenschaftliche Perspektiven [Local knowledge: Perspectives from the social sciences]. (233-257). Münster: Lit.
  • Linkenbach, A., andFuchs, M. (2003) Social Movements. In V. Das (Ed.), Oxford India Companion to Sociology and Social Anthropology (2 vols.). (1524-1563). New Delhi: Oxford University Press.
  • Linkenbach, A. (2002) A Consecrated Land: Local Constructions of History in the Garhwal and Kumaon Himalayas, North India. In A. Harneit-Sievers (Ed.), A Place in the World: New Local Historiographies from Africa and South Asia (309-330). Leiden: Brill.
  • Linkenbach, A. (2002)Cultural Strategies for Risk Adjustments in Mountains. Conference Proceedings, Asia High Summit 6-10 May 2002, Kathmandu, Nepal. Kathmandu: International Centre for Integrated Mountain Development (ICIMOD) [CD-Rom]
  • Linkenbach, A., Clemens Juergenmeyer et al. (Ed.) (2002) Indien: Wege zum besseren Verstehen: Materialien für den Unterricht [India: Towards a better understanding; teaching materials for secondary schools]. Gotha und Stuttgart: Klett-Perthes.
  • Linkenbach, A (2002) Shaking the State by Making a (new) State: Social Movements and the Quest for Autonomy.  Sociologus  52, 1, 77 –106.
  • Linkenbach, A. (2002),The Construction of Personhood: Two Life Stories from Garhwal. European Bulletin of Himalayan Research 20/21, 23-45.
  • Linkenbach, A., [2001]Indische Frauen im Kontext von Religion und Gesellschaft: Beispiele aus dem hinduistischen Bereich [Indian women in religion and society: Examples from the Hindu context]. In Indiens Religionen und die Rolle der FrauSonderdruck zum Symposium vom 6. Oktober 2001. (45-63). Stuttgart: Stiftung Entwicklungszusammenarbeit, Landeszentrale für politische Bildung Baden-Württemberg, Deutsch-Indische Gesellschaft.
  • Linkenbach, A. (2001) The Making of Uttarakhand. Zum Konstruktionsprozeß von Territorialität und regionaler Identität in Nordindien. [The making of Uttarakhand: constructing territoriality and regional identity in North India]. In Henner Fürtig (Ed.), Abgrenzung und Aneignung in der Globalisierung: Asien, Afrika  und Europa seit dem 18. Jahrhundert. Ein Arbeitsbericht. (119-120). Berlin: Das Arabische Buch.
  • Linkenbach, A. (2000) Anthropology of  Modernity: Projects and Contexts. Thesis Eleven 61, 41-63.
  • Linkenbach, A. (1999) Schutz des Waldes und Bürgerbewegung im Garhwal-Himalaya (Indien) [Protection of forests and social movements in the Garhwal Himalayas, India]. Geographische Rundschau, 3, 1, 18-124.
  • Linkenbach, A. (1998) Forests in Garhwal and the Construction of Space. In Roger Jeffery (Ed.), The Social Construction of Indian Forests. (79-105). Edinburgh: Center for South Asian Studies; New Delhi: Manohar.
  • Linkenbach, A. (1998) Forest Protection and Concepts of Development in the Garhwal Himalayas: People's Perspectives. In I. Stellrecht (Ed.), Karakorum - Hindukush - Himalaya: Dynamics of Change, Part II. (149-166). Köln: Rüdiger Köppe.
  • Linkenbach, A. (1997) Social Struggle and Conflict of Interests in the Garhwal Forest. In I. Stellrecht and M. Winiger (Ed.) Perspectives on History and Change in the Karakorum, Hin­dukush, and Himalaya. (325-44). Köln: Rüdiger Köppe.
  • Linkenbach, A. and Krengel, M. (1995)Recent Anthropological Research on Garhwal and Kumaon. European Bulletin of Himalayan Research 8, 1-16.
  • Linkenbach, A. (1994)Ecological Movements and the Critique of Development: Agents and Inter­preters: Thesis Eleven 39, 63-85.
  • Linkenbach, A. (1993) Die Konstruktion des Anderen: Facetten des europäischen Indienbildes in deutschen Schulbüchern. [Construction of the Other: Aspects of the European image of India in German schoolbooks]. (23-36). Protokolldienst 9/93, Pressestelle der Evangelischen Akademie Bad Boll.
  • Linkenbach, A. (1992) Ecological Crisis and Social Movements in the Indian Himalayas. European Bulletin of Himalayan Research 4, 1-14.
  • Linkenbach, A. and P.V. Dias (Ed.) (1992) Fremde Menschen und Kulturen verstehen lernen. Dokumentation eines politisch-pädagogischen Prozesses am Beispiel Indien. [Understanding different people and cultures: documentation of a political-pedagogical process – the example of India]. Frankfurt/Main: Iko (Pädagogik Dritte Welt: Werkstattberichte; 16).
  • Susan Webb & Reshmi Lahiri-Roy (2019) Skilled Migrants and Negotiations: New Identities, Belonging, Home and Settlement, Journal of Intercultural Studies, 40:2,190-205
  • Belford, N., & Lahiri-Roy, R. (2018). Negotiated voices: Reflections on educational experiences and identity by two transnational migrant women. Women's Studies International Forum, 70, 24-31.
  • Belford, N., & Lahiri-Roy, R. (2018). (Re) negotiating transnational identities: Notions of ‘home’ and ‘distanced intimacies’. Emotion, Space and Society.
  • Lahiri-Roy, R & Roy, A. M. (2017) “The Armenian Diaspora’s Calcutta Connection” Diaspora Studies Journal.
  • Lahiri-Roy (2016) 'The Urban Hindu Arranged Marriage in Contemporary Indian Society' in Sweetman, W. & Malik, A. (Eds.) Hinduism in India: Modern and Contemporary Movements, Sage Publications, Delhi, India.
  • Webb, S. Black R., Roy, R. Plowright, S., Morton, R., Feb 26, 2015 NCVER Report, Geographical Dimensions of Post-school participation in education and employment. ISBN 978 1 925173 12 3
  • Lahiri-Roy, R. “Reconciling Identities: The Diasporic Bengali Woman in Jhumpa Lahiri’s The Namesake”, Transnational Literature, Vol 7.2, May 2015.
  • Lahiri-Roy, R. and Roy, A. (2014) ‘Uneasy Alliances: Traditional dynamics in Women’s relationships in urban Hindu society (1910-2010)’, The International Journal of Interdisciplinary Civic and Political Studies, Vol 8.3, pp. 1-14.
  • Lahiri-Roy, R. (2014), ‘Deranged Marriage: A Memoir by Sushi Das’—Book review, Transnational Literature Vol 6.2, May 2014.
  • Lahiri-Roy, R. (2013), ‘Wanderings in India: Australian Perspectives’-- Book Review, Transnational Literature, May 2013, Vol 5.2.
  • Lahiri-Roy, R. (2012) ‘The Urban Indian Arranged Marriage within the Hindu Socio-cultural Discourse’ in Oddie, G.A., Bailey, G., Malik, A., Sweetman, W. (Ed) Handbook of Hinduism in Asia, Sage Publications (in press)
  • Lahiri-Roy (2012) “A Comparative Study of Indian Entrepreneurs in Christchurch, New Zealand and Melbourne, Australia” (in press -The International Journal of Knowledge, Culture and Change Management) - (with Roy, A).
  • Lahiri-Roy (2012) “Boundary Lines”: Education, Marriage and Hegemony in Chitra Divakaruni’s Sister of my Heart (in press- International Journal of Humanities)
  • Lahiri-Roy, R. (2011) “The World's Smallest Business Community”: The Parsis of India The International Journal of Interdisciplinary Social Sciences, Vol.6, no 2, pp. 183-192 (with Roy, A.)
  • Lahiri-Roy, R. (2011) “Inhabiting the ‘in between zone’”: The Indian Diasporic Woman On-Screen, presented at World Cinema Now Conference at Monash University Melbourne, Sept 27-29 2011 
  • Lahiri-Roy, R. (2011) “Reconciling Identities”: The Bengali Migrant Woman in Jhumpa Lahiri’s The Namesake. Paper presented at theLiterature and Translation Conference at  Monash University, Melbourne, July 11-12, 2011. 
  • Lahiri-Roy, R. (2010) “Discordant Notes”: A Study of Mother-Daughter Relationships in Selected Indian English Fiction by Women Authors, Lambert Academic Publishing, Saarbrucken, Germany. 
  • Lahiri-Roy, R. (2010) “Fractured Relationships”: Dynamics in Mother-Daughter Relations in Urban India (1900-2000)' , The International Journal of HumanitiesVol. 8, no.4, pp. 267-277. 
  • Lahiri-Roy, R. (2010) “The Story of Lijjat”: Women's Entrepreneurship and Empowerment in India, International Journal of Knowledge, Culture and Change Management, Vol. 9, no 12, pp. 39-47 (with Roy, A.) –best paper award finalist.
  • Lahiri-Roy, R. (2009) "Women and Marriage in Bollywood and Diasporic Cinema”: Impact of Indian Cinema on the role of women and marriage in India, The International Journal of Humanities, Vol. 7, no. 10 pp. 79-89
  • Roy, R. (2007)  Discovering Caste in Modern India – Interview, The Press, Christchurch dated 13 September, 2007.
  • Lahiri-Roy, R. (2006) “Bridges and Boundaries”: A Study of the Diasporic Indian in Selected Indian English Fiction and Parallel Cinema, Postcolonial Politics Conference, University of Otago, November 2006. 
  • Lahiri-Roy, R.  (2005)  “Questions of Identity”: Observations on the Urban Hindu Woman in Diaspora based on Jhumpa Lahiri’s novels The Namesake and The Interpreter of Maladies. Paper presented at ‘Biculturalism or Multiculturalism Conference’ at University of Canterbury, Christchurch, September 2005. 
  • Roy, R. (2004)  “Family, Marriage and Hegemony in Shashi Deshpande’s A Matter of Time. Paper presented at CSAA 2004, ‘Everyday Transformations: The Twenty-First Century Quotidian’, at Murdoch University, Fremantle, WA, December 2004.
  • Roy, R. (2004)  “I Believe, Therefore I am”: Caste as factor in two Indian-English novels of the 1990s. Paper presented at the Postgraduate Conference of the School of Culture, Literature and Society, University of Canterbury, October 2004. 
  • Roy, R. (2004)  “That’s The Way It Is”: Education, Marital Interactions and Hegemony in Chitra Divakaruni’s Sister of My Heart and Anita Rau Badami’s Tamarind Mem, Paper  presented at PGSA Conference at Victoria University, Wellington, September 2004.
  • Roy, R. (2002) “Bollywood Calling”: The Impact of Commercial Hindi Cinema on Indian Youth sub-culture. Paper presented at Postgraduate Conference at University of Canterbury, September 2002.
  • Roy, R. (2001) “Who am I to you?” Hindi Cinema and the idea of Romance in the Indian Socio-  Cultural Discourse. Paper presented at Post Graduate Conference, University of Canterbury, July 2001.
  • Roy, R. (2000) “The Contemporary Hindu Arranged Marriage: A Brief Social and Historical Perspective, Paper presented at Post Graduate Conference at University of  Canterbury, 2000.
  • Kaur, B., May, H. & Prochner, L. (July, 2007). Nineteenth century missionary infant schools in three colonial settings: Native children ‘at risk’ in India, New Zealand, and Canada. Symposium presented at the 29th International Standing conference for the history of Education, Hamburg, Germany.
  • Kaur, B. (Dec. 2007). Should all homes and schools have close relationships? Children query adult power negotiations. Invited presentation at the national conference on Human Development Research: Commitment to Processes of Change. Niramal Niketan, Mumbai, India.
  • Kaur, B. (Dec. 2007). Under the spotlight of historical analysis: Sorting some myths of ECE in India. Invited presentation at the national conference on Human Development Research: Commitment to Processes of Change. Niramal Niketan, Mumbai, India.
  • Prochner, L., May, H., & Kaur, B. (Accepted). ‘The Blessings of Civilisation’ Nineteenth Century Missionary Infant Schools for Young Native Children in Three Colonial Settings: India, Canada and New Zealand 1820s-40s. Pedagogica Historica.
  • Kaur, B., May, H. and Prochner, L. (Submitted) ‘The Blessings of Civilisation’. Nineteenth Century Missionary Infant Schools for Young Native Children in Three Colonial Settings: India, Canada and New Zealand 1820s-40s.
  • Kaur, B. (forthcoming, 2007) Early childhood education in India from 1830s to 1940s: Leapfrogging through a century. In P. Mohite & L. Prochner (Eds.), Playing Across Borders: Preschools in India,(17-30). Vadodara: UGC-CAS & New Delhi: Concept Publication House.
  • Kaur, B. (2004) ‘Keeping the infants of coolies out of harm’s way’: Raj, Church and infant education in India, 1830-51. Contemporary Issues in Early Childhood, 5, 2, 221-235.
  • Kaur, B., Rajani, K. and Menon, S. (2001) Child & adolescent development research. In Pandey, J. (Ed.), Psychology in India revisited (Vol. 2) - Developments in the discipline,(163-227).New Delhi: Sage.
  • Kaur, B. (1998) Promoting first grader's literacy skills through improved teaching practices and home school linkages. In V. Prakash (Ed.), Teacher empowerment and school effectiveness at primary stage: International perspective, (104-120). New Delhi: National Council of Educational Research and Training.
  • Kaur, B., Shatil, E. and Share, D. (1993) Beginning reading for at risk students: An international perspective. Effective School Practices, 12, 1, 66-72.
  • McMenamin, D. (2012) “Pindi Days” (Forthcoming 2012) in “More Voices On the Verandah” CTR Inc., New Jersey, USA.
  • McMenamin, D. (2010) Raj Days to Downunder: Voices from Anglo India to New Zealand, Self-published Book (Re-printed 2011)
  • McMenamin, D. (2010) “Fallacies and Realities of the Anglo Indian Stereotype”  presented at the World  Anglo Indian Reunion, Perth 2010, published online in The International Journal of Anglo Indian Studies, Vol. II, No.2, 2011.
  • McMenamin, D. (2010) “Crossing the boundaries of culture” in Women of Anglo IndiaCTR Inc. Publishing, New Jersey, USA.
  • McMenamin, D. (2008) “Collision of life and love” in The Way We Are, CTR Inc. Publishing, New Jersey, USA.
  • McMenamin, D. (2007) The roots of Anglo-Indian cultural practices and attitudes. In Proceedings of conference Researching Anglo-India: Indian and Diasporic Contexts, Massey University and Centre for Studies in Social Sciences, Calcutta.
  • McMenamin, D. (2007) Principal organiser of the “Anglo-Indian Lounge” at Canterbury Museum Exhibition, “Round the World in 30 Lounges”.  April.
  • McMenamin, D. (2006) Anglo-Indian experiences during Partition violence and its impact upon their lives. New Zealand Journal of Asian Studies, 8, 1, 69-95.
  • McMenamin, D. (2006) Anglo-Indian voices on colonial lives, Partition violence in 1947, exodus from India and assimilation into New Zealand society. Proceedings of the 14th International Oral History Conference, Sydney, Australia, (on DVD).
  • McMenamin, D. (2002) Steering Committee: Gandhi: A Photographic Exhibition. Exhibited at Canterbury Museum, Christchurch, 3 Aug-3 Nov 2002. Has toured New Zealand extensively most recently returning to Our City, Christchurch, 24 October-18 November 2006.
  • McMenamin, D. (2002) Questioning the stereotype: Anglo-Indian communities in New Zealand. In Proceedings of 1st International Anglo-Indian Conference, Melbourne, Australia. www.alphalink.com.au/~agilbert/questi~1.html ].
  • McMenamin, D. (2001) Identifying domiciled Europeans in colonial India: Poor whites or privileged community? New Zealand Journal of Asian Studies, 3, 1, 106-127. [Also in The International Journal of Anglo-Indian Studies, 6, 1,  www.alphalink.com.au/~agilbert/cover11.html ].
  • McMenamin, D. (2001) Democracy in Islam? Elections, religion and the military in Pakistan. History Now, 7, 3, August 2001, 9-13.
  • Fuchs, M. (in press) Religion und der Respekt für die Möglichkeiten des Anderen. Perspektiven indischer Dalit [Religion and the respect for the possibilities of the other. Perspectives of Indian Dalits]. In M. Juneja and M. Pernau (Ed.), Religion und Grenze, Frankfurt (Main): Campus. 
  • Fuchs, M. (2007) Diversity und Differenz. Konzeptionelle Überlegungen [Diversity and difference. Conceptual considerations]. In G. Krell; B. Riedmüller; B.  Sieben and D. Vinz (Ed.), Diversity Studies. Grundlagen und disziplinäre Ansätze. (17-34). Frankfurt (Main): Campus. 
  • Fuchs, M. (2006) Routes of modernity and formulas of civil society in India. In K.-S. Rehberg (Ed., in collaboration with D. Giesecke, S. Kappler and T. Dumke), Soziale Ungleichheit, kulturelle Unterschiede. Verhandlungen des 32. Kongresses der Deutschen Gesellschaft für Soziologie in München 2004, Teilband 1. (355-360). Frankfurt (Main): Campus.
  • Fuchs, M. (2006) Self-constitution of Society and the Politics of Identity: Controversies about Caste. In K.-S. Rehberg (Ed., in collaboration with D. Giesecke, S. Kappler and T. Dumke), Soziale Ungleichheit, kulturelle Unterschiede. Verhandlungen des 32. Kongresses der Deutschen Gesellschaft für Soziologie in München 2004, Teilband 2. (1077-1083). Frankfurt (Main): Campus. 
  • Fuchs, M. (2006) Slum als Projekt: Dharavi und die Falle der Marginalisierung [Slum as project: Dharavi and the marginalization trap]. In R. Ahuja and C. Brosius (Ed.), Mumbai - Delhi – Kolkata. Annäherungen an die Megastädte Indiens. (47-63). Heidelberg: Draupadi.
  • Fuchs, M. (2005) Interkulturelle Hermeneutik statt Kulturvergleich. Zur sozialen Reflexivität der Deutungsperspektiven [Intercultural hermeneutics over cultural comparison. The social reflexivity of interpretive perspectives]. In I. Srubar, U. Wenzel and J. Renn (Ed.), Kulturen vergleichen. Sozial- und kulturwissenschaftliche Grundlagen und Kontroversen. (112-150). Wiesbaden: VS Verlag für Sozialwissenschaften. 
  • Fuchs, M. (2005) The reversal of the ethnological perspective. Attempts at objectifying one's own cultural horizon: Dumont, Foucault, Bourdieu. In D. Robbins (Ed.), Pierre Bourdieu 2. (143-168). London: Sage.
  • Fuchs, M. (2005) Slum as Achievement. Governmentality and the Agency of Slum Dwellers. In E. Hust and M. Mann (Ed.), Urbanization and Governance in India. (103-123). New Delhi: Manohar / Centre de Sciences Humaines / South Asia Institute.
  • Fuchs, M., Linkenbach, A. and Randeria, S. (Ed.) (2004) Konfigurationen der Moderne. Diskurse zu Indien [Configurations of Modernity. Discourses on India]. Baden-Baden: Nomos.
  • Fuchs, M. (2004) Das Ende der Modelle: Interkulturalität statt (Kultur-)Vergleich [The limits of models: Interculturality versus comparison of cultures]. In M. Fuchs, A. Linkenbach and S. Randeria (Ed.), Konfigurationen der Moderne. Diskurse zu Indien. (439-468). Baden-Baden: Nomos.
  • Fuchs, M. (2004) Buddhism and Dalitness: Dilemmas of Religious Emancipation. In S. Jondhale and J. Beltz (Ed.), Reconstructing the World: B. R. Ambedkar and Buddhism in India. (283-300). New Delhi: Oxford University Press.
  • Fuchs, M. (2004) Ambedkar’s Buddhism. In T. N. Madan (Ed.), India’s Religions. Perspectives from Sociology and History, (307-325). New Delhi: Oxford University Press. 
  • Fuchs, M. (2004) Articulating the World. Social Movements, the Self-Transcendence of Society and the Question of Culture. In A. K. Giri (Ed.), Creative Social Research. Rethinking Theories and Methods, (37-56). Lanham: Lextington Books.
  • Fuchs, M. (2003) Dalit struggle for recognition: Reflections from Dharavi. In P. G. Jogdand and S. M. Michael (Ed.), Globalization and Social Movements: Struggle for a Humane Society. (128-149). Jaipur: Rawat.
  • Fuchs, M. and Linkenbach, A. (2003) Social Movements. In V. Das (Ed.), Oxford India Companion to Sociology and Social Anthropology (2 vols.). (1524-1563). New Delhi: Oxford University Press.
  • Fuchs, M. (2002) The Praxis of Cognition and the Representation of Difference. In H. Friese (Ed.), Identities: Time, Difference, and Boundaries. (109-132). New York: Berghahn.
  • Fuchs, M. (2002) Soziale Pragmatik des Übersetzens. Strategien der Interkulturalität in Indien [Social pragmatics of translation. Strategies of interculturality in India]. In J. Renn, J. Straub and S. Shimada (Ed.), Übersetzung als Medium des Kulturverstehens und sozialer Integration. (292-322). Frankfurt / Main: Campus.
  • Fuchs, M. (2001) A Religion for Civil Society? Ambedkar's Buddhism, the Dalit Issue and the Imagination of Emergent Possibilities. In V. Dalmia, A. Malinar and M. Christof (Ed.), Charisma and Canon: Essays on the Religious History of the Indian Subcontinent(Festschrift for Prof. Heinrich von Stietencron). (250-273). Delhi: Oxford University Press.
  • Fuchs, M. (2000) Anthropologie der Multikulturalität: Globalisierung und Diaspora [Anthropology of multiculturality: Globalization and diaspora]. In H.-G. Bohle (Ed.), Südasien: Die Herausforderung des Globalisierungsprozesses, 21. Baden-Württemberg-Kolloquium. (Beiträge zur Südasienforschung, Südasien-Institut, Universität Heidelberg, vol. 189). (93-100). Stuttgart: Franz Steiner.
  • Fuchs, M. (2000), Articulating the world: Social movements, the self-transcendence of society and the question of culture. Thesis Eleven, 61, 65-85.
  • Fuchs, M. (2000) Universality of Culture. Reflection, interaction and the logic of identity. Thesis Eleven, 60, 11-22.
  • Fuchs, M. (1999) Kampf um Differenz. Repräsentation, Subjektivität und soziale Bewegungen - Das Beispiel Indien [Struggle over Difference: Representation, Subjectivity and Social Movments – The Example of India]. Frankfurt/Main: Suhrkamp.
  • Fuchs, M. (1999) Culture as Interaction: A Statement of Theory. IIC-Newsletter (Institute of Indian Culture, Bombay), 49, 2, 5-7.
  • Fuchs, M. (1998) Erkenntnispraxis und die Repräsentation von Differenz [The Praxis of Cognition and the Representation of Difference]. In A. Assmann and H. Friese (Ed.), Identitäten. (Erinnerung, Geschichte, Identität 3). (105-137). Frankfurt/Main: Suhrkamp.
  • Fuchs, M. (1997) Übersetzen und Übersetzt-Werden. Plädoyer für eine interaktionsanalytische Reflexion [Translating and being translated]. In D. Bachmann-Medick (Ed.), Übersetzung als Repräsentation fremder Kulturen. (Göttinger Beiträge zur Interna­tionalen Übersetzungsforschung, vol. 12). (308-328). Berlin: Erich Schmidt.
  • Fuchs, M. (1997) 'Wie weggeworfene Steine'. Probleme der Dalit-Identität in Daya Pawars Balute ['Stones thrown away'. The problem of Dalit identity in Daya Pawar's Balute]. In H. Turk and A. Bhatti (Ed.), Kulturelle Identität. Deutsch-indische Kulturkontakte in Literatur, Religion und Politik. (Göttinger Beiträge zur Internationalen Übersetzungsforschung, vol. 15) (139-157). Berlin: Erich Schmidt.
  • Fuchs, M. (1997) Universalität der Kultur: Reflexion, Interaktion und das Identitätsdenken - eine ethnologische Perspektive. In M. Brocker and H.H. Nau (Ed.), Ethnozentrismus: Möglichkeiten und Grenzen des interkulturellen Dialogs. (141-152). Darmstadt: Wissenschaftliche Buchgesellschaft.
  • Fuchs, M. (Ed. [guest editor]) (1994) India and Modernity: Decentring Western Perspectives. Special issue of Thesis Eleven (Thesis Eleven, 39).
  • Fuchs, M. (1994) Introduction. Thesis Eleven, 39, v-xiii.
  • Fuchs, M. (1993) The reversal of the ethnological perspective. Attempts at objectifying one's own cultural horizon: Dumont, Foucault, Bourdieu. Thesis Eleven, 35, 104-125.
  • Fuchs, M. (1992) Le paradoxe comme méthode? La structure antithétique de la théorie sociale de Louis Dumont. Recherches Sociologiques, 23, 2, 19-42.
  • Fuchs, M. (1991) Die Umkehr des ethnologischen Blicks. Versuche der Objektivierung des eigenen kulturellen Horizonts [The reversal of the ethnological perspective. Attempts at objectifying one's own cultural horizon]. In E. Berg, J. Lauth and A. Wimmer (Ed.), Ethnologie im Widerstreit. Kontroversen über Macht, Geschäft, Geschlecht in fremden Kulturen. Festschrift für Lorenz G. Löffler, (311-332). Munich: Trickster.
  • Fuchs, M. (1988) Theorie und Verfremdung. Max Weber, Louis Dumont und die Analyse der indischen Gesellschaft [Theory and Othering: Max Weber, Louis Dumont and the Analysis of Indian Society]. Frankfurt/Main, Bern, New York, Paris: Peter Lang.
  • Fuchs, M. (1987) Der Geist des ganzen Systems: Max Webers Indien-Bild [Max Weber and India]. Zeitschrift für Kulturaustausch, 37, 3, 480-502.
  • Fuchs, M. (1987) Fremde Kultur und soziales Handeln. Max Webers Analyse der indischen Zivilisation [Max Weber's analysis of the Indian civilisation]. Kölner Zeitschrift für Soziologie und Sozialpsychologie, 39, 4, 669-692.