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2009
Susewind, R. (2009). Being Muslim and working for peace. In: DGA-Nachwuchstagung Asienforschung, July 3-5. Bonn.
2010
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). 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). "Glaubensbasierte Akteure" und "säkulare Technokraten": Muslimische Friedensaktivisten in post-conflict Gujarat, Indien. In: Gewalt in Südasien (AK Neuzeitliches Südasien, DGA), November 19. Hamburg. Abstract
2011
Susewind, R. (2011). "Opfer" und "Aktivistin": Zwei Muslima aus Gujarat ringen mit der Ambivalenz des Sakralen. Internationales Asienforum, 42(3-4), 299-317. Abstract
Susewind, R. (2011). Secularized secularism and the forgotten Muslims of Gujarat. In: Communal harmony and secularism: Indian experiences, November 11-12. Allahabad. Abstract
2012
Susewind, R. (2012). Ambivalence and ambiguity in Gujarat. 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
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). Being Muslim and working for peace. In: Department of History, Babasaheb Bhimrao Ambedkar University, Lucknow (invited talk).
2013
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). Muslimische Friedensaktivisten in Gujarat, Indien. In J. Kursawe, V. Brenner (Eds.), Konfliktfaktor Religion? Die Rolle von Religion in den Konflikten Südasiens. Baden-Baden: Nomos. p. 75-95.
Susewind, R. (2013). Unity in diversity? Muslim civil society and Muslims in civil society in Gujarat, India. In D. Khudori, E. Mbokolo (Eds.), Religious diversity in a globalised society: Challenges and responses in Africa and Asia. Brawijaya: Univ. Press. p. 221-8.
2014
Susewind, R. (2014). Ambiguität aushalten: Toleranz in Lucknow. In: Exzellenzcluster Religion und Politik, Westfälische Wilhelms-Universität Münster (invited talk).
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).