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Alweendo, Ndapwa and Dosekun, Simidele (2019) Luminance and the moralization of black women’s luxury consumption in South Africa. In: Iqani, Mehita and Dosekun, Simidele (eds.) African luxury: aesthetics and politics. Intellect Books, Bristol. ISBN 9781783209934

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Dix, Benjamin and Kaur, Raminder (2019) Drawing-writing culture: the truth-fiction spectrum of an ethno-graphic novel on the Sri Lankan civil war and migration. Visual Anthropology Review, 35 (1). pp. 76-111. ISSN 1058-7187

Dosekun, Simidele (2019) The playful and privileged Africanicity of luxury @AlaraLagos. In: Iqani, Mehita and Dosekun, Simidele (eds.) African luxury: aesthetics and politics. Intellect, Bristol. ISBN 9781783209934

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Highmore, Ben (2017) The Everyday, taste, class. In: Szeman, Imre, Blacker, Sarah and Sully, Justin (eds.) A companion to critical and cultural theory. John Wiley & Sons, Oxford, pp. 327-337. ISBN 9781118472316

Highmore, Ben (2018) Everything is evidence. In: Nimmerfall, Karina (ed.) Indirect Interviews with Women. Edition Camera Austria, Graz, Vienna, pp. 151-156. ISBN 9783902911438

Highmore, Ben (2017) Georges Perec and the significance of the insignificant. In: Wilken, Rowan and Clemens, Justin (eds.) The afterlives of Georges Perec. University of Edinburgh Press, Edinburgh, pp. 105-119. ISBN 9781474401241

Highmore, Ben (2018) Mundane tastes: ubiquitous objects and the historical sensorium. In: Quinn, Malcolm, Beech, David, Lehnert, Michael, Tulloch, Carol and Wilson, Stephen (eds.) The persistence of taste: art, museums and everyday life after bourdieu. CRESC: Culture, Economy and the Social . Routledge. ISBN 9781138670983

Highmore, Ben (2018) Pubs, pads, squats: vernacular space and the historical sensorium. In: Sandin, Gunnar and Frichot, Helene (eds.) Architecture in effect. Volume 2 after effects: theories and methodologies in architecture. Actar, Barcelona, pp. 326-337. ISBN 9781940291994

Highmore, Ben (2019) Taste and attunement: design culture as world making. In: Julier, Guy, Folkmann, Mads Nygaard, Skou, Niels Peter, Hans-Christian, Jensen and Munch, Anders V (eds.) Design culture: objects and approaches. Bloomsbury, London. ISBN 9781474289825

Highmore, Ben (2018) Televarsity: At Home with the Open University. In: Moreno, Joaquim (ed.) The University is Now on Air. Broadcasting modern architecture. Canadian Centre for Architecture, Montreal, pp. 177-184. ISBN 9789492852014

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Iqani, Mehita and Dosekun, Simidele (2019) [Introduction] The politics and aesthetics of luxury in Africa. In: Iqani, Mehita and Dosekun, Simidele (eds.) African luxury: aesthetics and politics. Intellect Books, Bristol. ISBN 9781789382211

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James, Malcolm (2018) Authoritarian populism | Populist authoritarianism. In: Regeneration songs: sounds of investment and loss in East London. Repeater Books, London, pp. 291-306. ISBN 978-1912248230

James, Malcolm (2019) Care and cruelty in Chios: the ‘refugee crisis’ and the limits of Europe. Ethnic and Racial Studies. ISSN 0141-9870

James, Malcolm, Rashid, Naaz and Munawar, Nabila (2018) Stop dehumanising Muslim women for political gain. Red Pepper.

James, Malcolm and Valluvan, Sivamohan (2018) Left problems, nationalism and the crisis. Salvage (6).

James, Malcolm and Valluvan, Sivamohan (2019) Nationalism, the mob and left dreams. Renewal: a journal of social democracy, 27 (4). pp. 35-40. ISSN 0968-252X

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Kaur, Raminder (2019) Bertrand Russell in Bollyworld: film, the Cold War, and a postmortem on peace. In: Bhagavan, Manu (ed.) India and the Cold War. University of North Carolina Press, Chapel Hill. ISBN 9781469651163

Kaur, Raminder (2018) Southern spectrums: the raw to the smooth edges of energopower. In: Abram, Simone, Ortar, Nathalie and Loloum, Tristan (eds.) Energopolitics: citizenship, governmentality and violence along the grid. European Association of Social Anthropologists book series . Berghahn, New York. (Accepted)

Kaur, Raminder (2019) The digitalia of everyday life: multi-situated anthropology of a virtual letter by a ‘foreign hand'. HAU: Journal of Ethnographic Theory, 9 (2). pp. 299-319. ISSN 2049-1115

Kaur, Raminder (2011) A “nuclear renaissance”, climate change and the state of exception. The Australian Journal of Anthropology, 22 (2). pp. 273-277. ISSN 1035-8811

Kaur, Raminder and Eqbal, Saif (2018) Adventure comics and youth cultures in India. Routledge India, India. ISBN 9781138201880

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Metykova, Monika (2016) Diversity and the media. Key Concerns in Media Studies . Palgrave. ISBN 9781137285997

Morris, Charlotte and Munt, Sally R (2019) Classed formations of shame in white, British single mothers. Feminism & Psychology, 29 (2). pp. 231-249. ISSN 0959-3535

Munt, Sally (2019) Unhealthy attachments: myalgic encephalomyelitis/chronic fatigue syndrome and the commitment to endure. In: Herring, Scott and Wallace, Lee (eds.) Long term: essays on queer commitment. Duke University Press, Durham: North Carolina USA. (Accepted)

Munt, Sally R (2018) Gay shame in a geopolitical context. Cultural Studies, 33 (2). pp. 223-248. ISSN 0950-2386

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Rashid, Naaz (2014) Giving the silent majority a stronger voice? Initiatives to empower Muslim women as part of the UK's ‘War on Terror'. Ethnic and Racial Studies, 37 (4). pp. 589-604. ISSN 0141-9870

Rashid, Naaz (2016) Just a girl: thinking intersectionally about ‘the Muslim girl’ and writing against culture. Young, 24 (3). pp. 255-269. ISSN 1103-3088

Rashid, Naaz (2016) Veiled threats: representing the Muslim woman in public policy discourses. Policy Press, Bristol. ISBN 978-1447325178

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Valluvan, Sivamohan and James, Malcolm (2016) Coming home. Red Pepper.

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