Journal Article (10)

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Schneider, Luisa. 2021. Let me take a vacation in prison before the streets kill me! Rough sleepers' longing for prison and the reversal of less eligibility in neoliberal carceral continuums. Punishment and Society. DOI: 10.1177/14624745211010222.
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Schneider, Luisa. 2021. Angst, Einsamkeit und unsichtbare Kämpfe: die Bedeutung der Corona Pandemie für wohnungslose Frauen mit psychischer Krisenerfahrung in Leipzig. Soziale Psychiatrie 173: 25–27. Accessed 2021.
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Schneider, Luisa. 2020. 'My home is my people' homemaking among rough sleepers in Leipzig, Germany. Housing Studies 37(2): 232–249. DOI: 10.1080/02673037.2020.1844157.
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Schneider, Luisa. 2020. Elders and transactional relationships in Sierra Leone: rethinking synchronic approaches. Africa 90(4): 701–720. DOI: 10.1017/S0001972020000285.
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Schneider, Luisa. 2020. Sexual violence during research: how the unpredictability of fieldwork and the right to risk collide with academic bureaucracy and expectations. Critique of Anthropology 40(2): 173–193. DOI: 10.1177/0308275X20917272.
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Schneider, Luisa. 2020. Degrees of permeability: confinement, power and resistance in Freetown's Central Prison. Cambridge Journal of Anthropology 38(1): 88–104. DOI: 10.3167/cja.2020.380107.
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Schneider, Luisa. 2019. Partners as possession: a qualitative exploration of intimate partner sexual violence in Freetown, Sierra Leone. Journal of Aggression, Maltreatment and Trauma 28(2): 127–145. DOI: 10.1080/10926771.2018.1506854.
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Schneider, Luisa. 2017. The ogbanje who wanted to stay: the occult, belonging, family and therapy in Sierra Leone. Ethnography 18(2): 133–152. DOI: 10.1177/1466138116673381.
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Schneider, Luisa. 2017. Concomitants of academic anthropology. Paradigmata 14: 34–37. Accessed 2017.
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Schneider, Luisa. 2015. Secret societies in Sierra Leone. Paradigmata 12: 30–33. Accessed 2015.

Thesis - PhD (1)

Thesis - PhD
Schneider, Luisa. 2018. ‘Teeth and tongue jammed together’: violence in relationships and its mediation in Freetown, Sierra Leone. PhD Thesis, Oxford University Research Archive, Oxford.

Other (5)

Schneider, Luisa. 2020. Wohnungslose: eine vulnerable Zielgruppe - nicht nur in Zeiten von Corona. Stadtpunkte Thema 2. Accessed November 2020.
Schneider, Luisa. 2019. Sierra Leone takes welcome leap on rape: but next steps are crucial. The Conversation. Accessed February 21, 2019.
Schneider, Luisa. 2019. Sierra Leone’s laws to protect women have unintended consequences. The Conversation. Accessed January 23, 2019.
Schneider, Luisa. 2019. Why Sierra Leonean women don't feel protected by domestic violence laws. The Conversation. Accessed January 9, 2019.
Schneider, Luisa. 2019. Intimität ohne Privatsphäre: das Leben wohnungsloser Menschen in Deutschland. Max-Planck-Gesellschaft Jahrbuch 2019. Accessed 2019.

Book Review (3)

Book Review
Schneider, Luisa. 2021. #Review: Suicidal. Allegra Lab.
Book Review
Schneider, Luisa. 2018. Giving life, giving death: psychoanalysis, anthropology, philosophy by Lucien Scubla. East Lansing: Michigan State University Press, 2016. Pp. XIV, 367. Journal of the Anthropological Society of Oxford Online 10(1): 122–125. Accessed 2018.
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Schneider, Luisa. 2016. Excursions in realist anthropology: a merological approach by David Zeitlyn and Roger Just. Newcastle: Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2014. Pp. 160. Journal of the Anthropological Society of Oxford Online 8(1): 120–123. Accessed 2016.

Blog Post (3)

Blog Post
Schneider, Luisa. 2020. Imagine you were me: on how COVID-19 affects vulnerable groups. Anthrocovid. Accessed 2020.
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Schneider, Luisa. 2020. They call it social physical distancing: elders, unhoused people and grassroots support in Leipzig, Germany. Culture in Quarantine 2020. Accessed 2020.
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Jefferson, Andrew and Luisa Schneider. 2018. Can you imagine?: reflections on the SL elections and implications for penal policy and practice. MATS UTAS. Accessed April 19, 2018.
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