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2010
Susewind, R. (2010). How do Muslims in North India digest discourses on Muslimness?. In: DAVO Werkstattgespräche, September 20-24. Marburg. Abstract
2011
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
2013
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
2014
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). 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). 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). 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). Religious segregation without overt discrimination: the political economy of bureaucratic collusion in Lucknow. In: Urban South Asia, October 2. Oxford. Abstract
2015
Susewind, R. (2015). The "Wazirganj terror attack": Sectarian conflict and the middle classes. South Asia Multidisciplinary Academic Journal, 11, 1-45 [gold OA]. Abstract
Susewind R, Taylor C (Eds.) (2015). Contemporary Lucknow: Life with "too much history"? South Asia Multidisciplinary Academic Journal, 11, [gold OA].
Susewind, R, Taylor, C. (2015). Islamicate Lucknow today: historical legacy and urban aspirations. South Asia Multidisciplinary Academic Journal, 11, 1-42 [gold OA]. Abstract
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). Spatial segregation, real estate markets and the political economy of corruption in Lucknow, India. Journal of South Asian Development, 10(3), 267-291. Abstract
2016
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: Department of Sociology, University of Copenhagen (job 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). Urban segregation a decade after the Sachar report. In R. Hassan (Ed.), Indian Muslims: Struggling for equality of citizenship. Melbourne: Univ. Press. p. 122-45.