Günther Schlee

Main Publications

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Main Publications - a selection

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Schlee, Günther and Alexander Horstmann (eds.). 2018. Difference and sameness as modes of integration: anthropological perspectives on ethnicity and religion. 1. ed. Integration and Conflict Studies 16. New York; Oxford: Berghahn.
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Turner, Bertram and Günther Schlee (eds.). 2017. On retaliation: toward an interdisciplinary understanding of a basic human condition. Integration and Conflict Studies 15. New York; Oxford: Berghahn.
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Eidson, John R., Dereje Feyissa, Veronika Fuest, Markus Virgil Hoehne, Boris Nieswand, Günther Schlee, and Olaf Zenker. 2017. From identification to framing and alignment: a new approach to the comparative analysis of collective identities. Current Anthropology 58(3): 340–351.
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Schlee, Günther. 2017. Omaha terminologies: global distribution patterns and how they may have come about. Cross-Cultural Research 51(2): 117–141.
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Schlee, Günther and Abdullahi A. Shongolo. 2012. Islam & ethnicity in northern Kenya & southern Ethiopia. Eastern Africa Series. Woodbridge [et al.]: Currey.
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Schlee, Günther and Abdullahi A. Shongolo. 2012. Pastoralism & politics in northern Kenya & southern Ethiopia. Eastern Africa Series. Woodbridge [et al.]: Currey.
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Donahoe, Brian, John Eidson, Dereje Feyissa, Veronika Fuest, Markus V. Hoehne, Boris Nieswand, Günther Schlee, and Olaf Zenker. 2009. The formation and mobilization of collective identities in situations of conflict and integration. Max Planck Institute for Social Anthropology Working Papers 116.
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Schlee, Günther and Elizabeth E. Watson (eds.). 2009. Changing identifications and alliances in North-East Africa: 2; Sudan, Uganda, and the Ethiopia-Sudan borderlands. Integration and Conflict Studies 3. New York [et al.]: Berghahn.
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Schlee, Günther and Elizabeth E. Watson (eds.). 2009. Changing identifications and alliances in North-East Africa: 1; Ethiopia and Kenya. Integration and Conflict Studies 2. New York [et al.]: Berghahn.
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Schlee, Günther. 2008. How enemies are made: towards a theory of ethnic and religious conflicts. Integration and Conflict Studies 1. New York [et al.]: Berghahn.
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Schlee, Günther and Bertram Turner (eds.). 2008. Vergeltung: eine interdisziplinäre Betrachtung der Rechtfertigung und Regulation von Gewalt. New York; Frankfurt am Main: Campus.
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Shongolo, Abdullahi A. and Günther Schlee. 2007. Boran proverbs in their cultural context. Wortkunst und Dokumentartexte in afrikanischen Sprachen 24. Köln: Rüdiger Köppe.
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Schlee, Günther. 2006. Wie Feindbilder entstehen: eine Theorie religiöser und ethnischer Konflikte. Beck'sche Reihe 1720. München: Beck.
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Schlee, Günther. 2004. Upravlenie konfliktami: teorija i praktika. Moskau: Deutsch-Russischer Austausch.
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Schlee, Günther (ed.). 2004. Ethnizität und Markt: zur ethnischen Struktur von Viehmärkten in Westafrika. Topics in African Studies 4. Köln: Köppe.
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Schlee, Günther and Karaba Sahado. 2002. Rendille proverbs in their social and legal context. Wortkunst und Dokumentartexte in afrikanischen Sprachen 15. Köln: Köppe.
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Schlee, Günther (ed.). 2002. Imagined differences: hatred and the construction of identity. Market, Culture and Society 5. Hamburg: LIT.
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Schlee, Günther and Alexander Horstmann (eds.). 2001. Integration durch Verschiedenheit: lokale und globale Formen interkultureller Kommunikation. Bielefeld: transcript.
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Diallo, Youssouf and Günther Schlee (eds.). 2000. L'ethnicité peule dans des contextes nouveaux: la dynamique des frontières. Paris: Karthala.
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Schlee, Günther. 2007. Identities on the move: clanship and pastoralism in northern Kenya. Reprint Nairobi: Gideon S. Were Press.
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Schlee, Günther. 2014. Das Glaubens- und Sozialsystem der Rendille: Kamelnomaden Nord-Kenias. Field Notes and Research Projects / Max Planck Institute for Social Anthropology, Department Integration and Conflict 8. Halle/Saale: Max Planck Institute for Social Anthropology.
 
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