Below are all papers which I have presented at academic conferences (if you are interested in fulltexts, please ask me or have a look at my publications, where later versions tend to pop up; there may also be corresponding slides etc on Prezi or figshare). The list also covers invited presentations at departmental workshops, seminars and the like (for a separate tabulation of those, see CV).

2017

Susewind, R. (2017). Rifah-e-Aam Club, Lucknow: Public sphere and public space in urban India. In: British Association for South Asian Studies, April 19-21. Nottingham. Abstract

2016

Susewind, R. (2016). Complicating the 'Muslim ghetto' in urban India. In: Department of Sociology, University of Copenhagen (job talk).
Susewind, R. (2016). Complicating the 'Muslim ghetto' in urban India. In: Department of International Development, King's College London (job talk).
Susewind, R. (2016). Complicating the 'Muslim ghetto' in urban India. In: Institute of Asia and Pacific Studies, University of Nottingham (invited talk).
Susewind, R. (2016). Dreaming in the shadow of history: Three young men and their aspirations in Lucknow, India. In: European Conference on South Asian Studies, July 27-30. Warsaw. Abstract
Susewind, R. (2016). Rifah-e-Aam: Politics and poetics in India's changing public sphere since 1857. In: Mitteldeutscher Südasientag, June 3. Leipzig. Abstract
Susewind, R. (2016). The rise of middle-class morality and the decline of identity politics. In: Max Weber Center for Advanced Cultural and Social Studies, University of Erfurt (job talk).
Susewind, R. (2016). Muslim "ghettoization"? A quantitative comparison across eleven Indian cities. In: British Association for South Asian Studies, April 6-8. Cambridge. Abstract

2015

Susewind, R. (2015). Typology design and the scope of small-n studies. In: Center for the Interdisciplinary Research on Religion and Society, Bielefeld University (invited talk).
Susewind, R. (2015). Muslim segregation in urban India a decade after the Sachar report. In: Diversity, equality, citizenship and Indian Muslims, September 18-19. Singapore. Abstract
Susewind, R. (2015). Property and propriety: Religion and urban conflict in India. In: Faculty of Theology and Religious Studies, University of Groningen (job talk).
Susewind, R. (2015). Property and propriety: Religious segregation in urban India. In: Institut für Asien- und Afrikawissenschaften, Humboldt Universität Berlin (invited talk).
Susewind, R. (2015). What's in a name? Inferring religious community from South Asian names. In: Bielefeld Science Fair, March 26. Bielefeld.

2014

Susewind, R. (2014). Ambiguität aushalten: Toleranz in Lucknow. In: Exzellenzcluster Religion und Politik, Westfälische Wilhelms-Universität Münster (invited talk).
Susewind, R. (2014). Die große Bedeutung kleiner Distanzen: Wohnungsmarkt und Religion in Nordindien. In: Neue Mobilitäten und Immobilitäten in Asien (Weingartener Asiengespräche), November 14-16. Weingarten. Abstract
Susewind, R. (2014). Religious segregation without overt discrimination: the political economy of bureaucratic collusion in Lucknow. In: Urban South Asia, October 2. Oxford. Abstract
Susewind, R. (2014). The "Wazirganj terror attack": Local democracy, land development and religious revivalism. In: European Conference on South Asian Studies, July 23-26. Zurich. Abstract
Susewind, R. (2014). Middle class moralities and masculine aspirations: Anti-poor rhetoric in Lucknow's contemporary Muslim landscape. In: Young South Asia Scholars' Meet (YSASM), July 21-22. Zurich. Abstract
Susewind, R. (2014). Real estate, religious revivalism and local politics in contemporary Lucknow. In: Religion as resource: Local and global discourses, July 18-20. Tübingen. Abstract
Susewind, R. (2014). The "Wazirganj terror attack": Local democracy, land development and religious revivalism. In: Association for Asian Studies (AAS), March 27-30. Philadelphia (SAC prize for Best Graduate Student Paper). Abstract
Susewind, R. (2014). Zustand und Zukunft der Südasienforschung in Deutschland: eine Umfrage unter NachwuchswissenschaftlerInnen. In: Zukunftsperspektiven der Südasienforschung im deutschsprachigen Raum, February 21. Berlin. Abstract

2013

Susewind, R. (2013). Maulana Singh Yadav? Samajwadi Party and the ’Muslim vote’ in 2012. In: Contemporary South Asia Studies Programme, University of Oxford (invited talk).
Susewind, R. (2013). Moral clarity and the challenge of ambiguity. In: Nelson Mandela Centre for Peace and Conflict Resolution, Jamia Millia Islamia, New Delhi (invited talk).
Susewind, R. (2013). Intra-Ulema politics, religious innovation and local elections in India. In: Leadership and authority in Asia (DGA), June 20-21. Berlin. Abstract
Susewind, R. (2013). Working towards love marriage: Longing and belonging of young Muslim men with large aspirations in provincial India. In: Work in a globalising world, April 8-10. Bielefeld. Abstract
Susewind, R. (2013). Maulana Singh Yadav? An empirical exploration of the "Muslim vote" in the sixteenth assembly elections in Uttar Pradesh. In: Comparing urban and rural politics in India (EECURI workshop), March 18-19. London. Abstract
Susewind, R. (2013). What's in a name? "Muslim names" and belonging in North India. In: DGA-Nachwuchstagung, January 18-20. Jena. Abstract

2012

Susewind, R. (2012). Being Muslim and working for peace. In: Department of History, Babasaheb Bhimrao Ambedkar University, Lucknow (invited talk).
Susewind, R. (2012). Field research in volatile contexts. In: School of Politics and International Relations, Qaid-i-Azam University, Islamabad (invited talk).
Susewind, R. (2012). Being Muslim and working for peace. In: National Institute of Pakistan Studies, Qaid-i-Azam University, Islamabad (invited talk).
Susewind, R. (2012). Ambivalence and ambiguity in Gujarat. In: Department of Sociology and Social Work, Aligarh Muslim University (invited talk).
Susewind, R. (2012). Maulana Singh Yadav? Samajwadi Party and the ’Muslim vote’ in 2012. In: Department of Sociology and Social Work, Aligarh Muslim University (invited talk).
Susewind, R. (2012). The ambivalence and ambiguity of belonging at home: Being a Gujarati Muslim peace activist. In: The Gujarati Community: Globalisation, Mobility and Belonging (Gujarat Studies Association), February 15-16. Dubai. Abstract

2011

Susewind, R. (2011). Secularized secularism and the forgotten Muslims of Gujarat. In: Communal harmony and secularism: Indian experiences, November 11-12. Allahabad. Abstract
Susewind, R. (2011). Religious belonging: how to think it, how to recognize it. In: Religion and Social Theory: Developing a New Agenda for the Sociology of Religion (Sociology of Religion Study Group, BSA), April 11-13. Birmingham. Abstract
Susewind, R. (2011). Indian intervention in Afghanistan and the tradition of pacifying colonial frontiers. In: Third Global International Studies Conference, August 17-20. Porto. Abstract
Susewind, R. (2011). How "integrated" is the Indian Foreign Service? The example of the Farakka negotiations. In: Asien in Bewegung: Politischer, kultureller und gesellschaftlicher Wandel einer Weltregion (Nachwuchsgruppe, DGA), April 29 - May 1. Arnoldshain. Abstract
Susewind, R. (2011). Indian intervention in Afghanistan and the tradition of pacifying colonial frontiers. In: International Convention of Asia Scholars, March 31 - April 3. Honolulu. Abstract

2010

Susewind, R. (2010). "Glaubensbasierte Akteure" und "säkulare Technokraten": Muslimische Friedensaktivisten in post-conflict Gujarat, Indien. In: Gewalt in Südasien (AK Neuzeitliches Südasien, DGA), November 19. Hamburg. Abstract
Susewind, R. (2010). Exploring the ambivalence of the sacred: Muslim identities and peace activism in Gujarat. In: Religion Shaping Development: Inspirational, Inhibiting, Institutionalised?, July 21-23. Birmingham. Abstract
Susewind, R. (2010). "Opfer" und "Aktivistin": Zwei Muslima ringen mit und um Religion in post-conflict Gujarat, Indien. In: Deutscher Orientalistentag, September 20-24. Marburg. Abstract
Susewind, R. (2010). How do Muslims in North India digest discourses on Muslimness?. In: DAVO Werkstattgespräche, September 20-24. Marburg. Abstract

2009

Susewind, R. (2009). Being Muslim and working for peace. In: DGA-Nachwuchstagung Asienforschung, July 3-5. Bonn.