Below are all those instances where I overcame my writer's block; other lists are ordered by year or by research cycle. "Forthcoming" has been accepted by a journal or publisher, and "in press" has cleared copy-edit and proofing. The "impact" of my writing is quantified at Impactstory, Google Scholar and Altmetric for those who are into this kind of thing - but more importantly, I am curious for your personal feedback and criticism...

Monograph

Special issues

Susewind R (Ed.) (2016). Development and social change across Asia. ASIEN: The German Journal on Contemporary Asia, 138.
Susewind R, Taylor C (Eds.) (2015). Contemporary Lucknow: Life with "too much history"? South Asia Multidisciplinary Academic Journal, 11, [gold OA].

Articles

Dettmer, I, Heinrich, A, Klorer, E, Susewind, R. (2016). Starke Nachwuchsstimmen in der Asienforschung. ASIEN: The German Journal on Contemporary Asia, 138, 5-8.
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
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. (2015). Islamicate Lucknow today: historical legacy and urban aspirations. South Asia Multidisciplinary Academic Journal, 11, 1-42 [gold OA]. Abstract
Susewind, R, Dhattiwala, R. (2014). Spatial variation in the "Muslim vote" in Gujarat and Uttar Pradesh, 2014 (reprint). Internationales Asienforum, 45(3-4), 353-381. Abstract
Susewind, R, Dhattiwala, R. (2014). Spatial variation in the "Muslim vote" in Gujarat and Uttar Pradesh, 2014. Economic & Political Weekly, 49(39), 99–110. Abstract
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. (2010). How "integrated" is the Indian Foreign Service? The example of Farakka, 1982-1997. Journal of International Relations, 8(2), 18-38. Abstract

Chapters

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.
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.
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.

Software

Susewind, R. (2016). name2community: Ngram release.
Susewind, R. (2014). name2community: Initial release.

Reviews

Susewind, R. (2015). India's Muslim spring: why is nobody talking about it? Commonwealth & Comparative Politics, 53(3), 356-358.
Susewind, R. (2014). Workshop Methoden der empirischen Asienforschung (DGA-Nachwuchsgruppe). ASIEN: The German Journal on Contemporary Asia(131), 78-80.
Susewind, R. (2014). Islamic reform in South Asia, edited by Filippo Osella and Caroline Osella. Contemporary South Asia, 22(3), 313-315.
Susewind, R. (2014). Kirsten Hackenbroch: The spatiality of livelihoods: Negotiations of access to public space in Dhaka, Bangladesh. ASIEN: The German Journal on Contemporary Asia(131), 87-88.
Susewind, R. (2013). Parvis Ghassem-Fachandi: Pogrom in Gujarat: Hindu nationalism and anti-Muslim violence in India. ASIEN: The German Journal on Contemporary Asia(127), 110-111.
Susewind, R. (2012). Articles of faith: Religion, secularism, and the Indian Supreme Court, by Ronojoy Sen. Contemporary South Asia, 20(3), 426-426.
Susewind, R. (2011). Rowena Robinson, Tremors of Violence. Muslim Survivors of Ethnic Strife in Western India. Internationales Asienforum, 42(3-4), 378-379.
Susewind, R. (2011). Islam and the Ahmadiyya Jama'at: history, belief, practice, by Simon Ross Valentine. Contemporary South Asia, 19(4), 478-479.
Susewind, R. (2011). Islamism and democracy in India: the transformation of Jamaat-e-Islami, by Irfan Ahmad. Contemporary South Asia, 19(2), 215-216.
Susewind, R. (2010). R. Michael Feener, Terenjit Sevea (Hgg.): Islamic connections: Muslim societies in South and Southeast Asia. ASIEN: The German Journal on Contemporary Asia(117), 94-96.