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Zeitschriftenartikel (22)

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Baas, Michiel. 2021. Capitalizing on desire: (re)producing and consuming class in Indian 'gay' pornography. Porn Studies.
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Baas, Michiel. 2021. Queer India "on paper": decriminalization, recognition and visibility of sexual diversity. Equality, Diversity and Inclusion.
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Liu-Farrer, Gracia, Brenda S. A. Yeoh, and Michiel Baas. 2021. Social construction of skill: an analytical approach toward the question of skill in cross-border labour mobilities. Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies 47: 2237–2251.
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Baas, Michiel. 2020. Labour migrants as an (un)controllable virus in India and Singapore. Japan Focus 18(14).
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Baas, Michiel and Julien Cayla. 2020. Recognition in India's new service professions: gym trainers and coffee baristas. Consumption, Markets and Culture 23(3): 223–240.
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Baas, Michiel, Delphine Pagès-El Karoui, and Brenda S. A. Yeoh. 2020. Migrants in global cities in Asia and the Gulf: cosmopolitan dialectics and non-integration. City 24(5, 6): 793–804.
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Baas, Michiel. 2019. The education‐migration industry: international students, migration policy and the question of skills. International Migration 57(3): 222–234.
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Baas, Michiel. 2019. Queer temporalities: the past, present and future of 'gay' migrants from India in Singapore. Current Sociology 67(2): 206–224.
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Baas, Michiel and Brenda S. A. Yeoh. 2019. Introduction: migration studies and critical temporalities. Current Sociology 67(2): 161–168.
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Baas, Michiel. 2018. Comment on Sverre Molland "Sedentary optics: static anti-trafficking and mobile victims". Current Anthropology 59(2): 125–126.
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Baas, Michiel. 2018. Challenging the spatial and temporal constraints of the body: the online/offline presence of bodybuilders in India. East Asian Science, Technology and Society 12(4): 417–438.
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Baas, Michiel. 2018. Bodybuilding in India: Bollywood bodies and middle-class lifestyles. IIC Quarterly 44(3-4): 266–277.
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Baas, Michiel. 2017. The mobile middle: Indian skilled migrants in Singapore and the 'middling' space between migration categories. Transitions 1(1): 47–63.
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Baas, Michiel. 2017. Only (in) India. South Asia 40(2): 373–375.
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Baas, Michiel. 2016. Becoming trans/nationally mobile: the conflation of internal and international migration in the trajectories of Indian student-migrants in Australia and beyond. South Asia 39(1): 14–28.
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Baas, Michiel. 2015. The question of racism: how to understand the violent attacks on Indian students in Australia? Cosmopolitan Civil Societies 7(3): 37–60.
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Baas, Michiel. 2014. Victims or profiteers? Issues of migration, racism and violence among Indian students in Melbourne. Asia Pacific Viewpoint 55(2): 212–225.
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Baas, Michiel. 2013. In-betweeness: the (dis)connection between here and there; the case of Indian student-migrants in Australia. Conserveries Mémorielles 13: 1–22.
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Baas, Michiel. 2009. The IT caste: love and arranged marriages in the IT industry of Bangalore. South Asia 32(2): 285–307.
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Baas, Michiel. 2007. Bangalore @ night: Indian IT professionals and the global clock ticking. Etnofoor 20(2): 59–72.
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Baas, Michiel. 2007. The language of migration: the education industry versus the migration industry. People and Place 15(2): 49–60.
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Baas, Michiel. 2006. Students of migration: Indian overseas students and the question of permanent residency. People and Place 14(1): 9–24.

Buchkapitel (13)

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Baas, Michiel. 2020. Uncle's body: food, obesity and the risk of middle-class lifestyles in urban India. In: Cecilia Leong-Salobir (ed.). Routledge handbook of food in Asia. Routledge Handbooks. London; New York: Routledge, pp. 239–250.
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Baas, Michiel. 2020. Introduction: brokerage, gender and precarity in Asia's migration industry. In: Michiel Baas (ed.). The migration industry in Asia: brokerage, gender and precarity. Singapore: Palgrave Macmillan, pp. 1–10.
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Baas, Michiel. 2020. Understanding the cost of migration: facilitating migration from India to Singapore and the Middle East. In: Michiel Baas (ed.). The migration industry in Asia: brokerage, gender and precarity. Singapore: Palgrave Macmillan, pp. 59–75.
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Baas, Michiel and Peidong Yang. 2020. Introduction: conceptualizing the Asian migrant's body. In: Michiel Baas (ed.). The Asian migrant's body: emotion, gender and sexuality. New Mobilities in Asia 5. Amsterdam: Amsterdam University Press, pp. 7–27.
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Baas, Michiel. 2019. Longing and belonging in a global city: skilled migrants in Singaporean urban space. In: Rita Padawangi (ed.). Routledge handbook of urbanization in Southeast Asia. Routledge Handbooks. London; New York: Routledge, pp. 135–145.
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Baas, Michiel. 2018. Temporary labour migration. In: Gracia Liu-Farrer and Brenda S. A. Yeoh (eds.). Routledge handbook of Asian migrations. Routledge Handbooks. London; New York: Routledge, pp. 51–63.
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Baas, Michiel. 2018. The neoliberal masculine logic: skilled migration, international students, and the Indian "other" in Australia. In: Garth Stahl, Joseph Derrick Nelson, and Derron O. Wallace (eds.). Masculinity and aspiration in an era of neoliberal education: international perspectives. Routledge Critical Studies in Gender and Sexuality in Education 3. New York; London: Routledge, pp. 184–201.
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Baas, Michiel. 2018. Indians in Australia: understanding the changing face of a community. In: Radha Sarma Hegde and Ajaya Kumar Sahoo (eds.). Routledge handbook of the Indian diaspora. Routledge Handbooks. London; New York: Routledge, pp. 317–329.
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Baas, Michiel. 2015. The new Indian male: muscles, masculinity and middle classness. In: Knut A. Jacobsen (ed.). Routledge handbook of contemporary India. Routledge Handbooks. London; New York: Routledge, pp. 444–456.
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Baas, Michiel. 2015. The fluidity of return: Indian student migrants' transnational ambitions and the meaning of Australian permanent residency. In: Michiel Baas (ed.). Transnational migration and Asia: the question of return. Global Asia 4. Amsterdam: Amsterdam University Press, pp. 39–54.
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Baas, Michiel, Ajaya Kumar Sahoo, and Thomas Faist. 2012. Indian transnationalism: theoretical developments and practical implications. In: Ajaya Kumar Sahoo, Michiel Baas, and Thomas Faist (eds.). Indian diaspora and transnationalism. Jaipur; New Delhi; Bengaluru; Guwahati; Kolkata: Rawat, pp. 1–19.
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Baas, Michiel. 2011. Learning how to work the grey zone: issues of legality and illegality among Indian students in Australia. In: Thanh-Dam Truong and Des Gasper (eds.). Transnational migration and human security: the migration-development-security nexus. Hexagon Series on Human and Environmental Security and Peace 6. Berlin; Heidelberg: Springer, pp. 169–179.
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Baas, Michiel. 2010. Praying for food: class and Indian overseas students in Australia. In: Glenda Tibe Bonifacio and Vivienne S. M. Angeles (eds.). Gender, religion, and migration: pathways of integration. Lanham; Boulder; New York; Toronto; Plymouth: Lexington, pp. 71–93.

Forschungspapier (1)

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Baas, Michiel. 2018. What determines the cost of migration? A perspective from Indian agents facilitating migration to Singapore and the Middle East. Asia Research Institute Working Paper Series 264. Singapore: Asia Research Institute.

Sonstige (10)

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Baas, Michiel. 2021. 'The Nutmeg’s curse': Amitav Ghosh links the colonial desire for profit to neoliberal gluttony. https://scroll.in/article/1010474/the-nutmegs-curse-amitav-ghosh-links-the-colonial-desire-for-profit-to-neoliberal-gluttony. Accessed 14. November 2021.
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Baas, Michiel. 2021. Ambon 1623/Banda 1621: Dutch and British colonial history revisited. IIAS Newsletter 89. International Institute for Asian Studies. https://www.iias.asia/sites/default/files/nwl_article/2021-08/IIAS_NL89_0405.pdf. Accessed 2021.
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Baas, Michiel. 2020. Asian migration studies: recent publications and new directions. IIAS Newsletter 86. International Institute for Asian Studies. https://www.iias.asia/sites/default/files/nwl_article/2020-06/IIAS_NL86_1213.pdf. Accessed Juni 2020.
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Baas, Michiel. 2018. Tamil film culture and politics: super star actors as charismatic politicians. IIAS Newsletter 80. International Institute for Asian Studies. https://www.iias.asia/sites/default/files/nwl_article/2019-05/IIAS_NL80_4445.pdf. Accessed 2018.
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Baas, Michiel. 2017. Bulging biceps in urban India: a middle class goes to the gym. IIAS Newsletter 77. International Institute for Asian Studies. https://www.iias.asia/sites/default/files/nwl_article/2019-05/IIAS_NL77_1011.pdf. Accessed 2017.
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Baas, Michiel. 2016. In memoriam: Mario Rutten, colleague-supervisor-friend. IIAS Newsletter 73. International Institute for Asian Studies. https://www.iias.asia/sites/default/files/nwl_article/2019-05/IIAS_NL73_4647.pdf. Accessed 2016.
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Baas, Michiel. 2015. Singapore turns 50: local issues in a global city. IIAS Newsletter 71. International Institute for Asian Studies. https://www.iias.asia/sites/default/files/nwl_article/2019-05/IIAS_NL71_1819.pdf. Accessed 2015.
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Baas, Michiel. 2012. Renewing postcolonial dialogues: exploring a new research agenda. IIAS Newsletter 59. International Institute for Asian Studies. https://www.iias.asia/sites/default/files/nwl_article/2019-05/IIAS_NL59_232425.pdf#page=2. Accessed 2012.
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Baas, Michiel. 2007. 'Arranged love': marriage in a transnational work environment. IIAS Newsletter 45. International Institute for Asian Studies. https://scholarlypublications.universiteitleiden.nl/access/item%3A2717768/view. Accessed 2007.
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Baas, Michiel. 2006. Cash cows: milking Indian students in Australia. IIAS Newsletter 42. International Institute for Asian Studies. https://scholarlypublications.universiteitleiden.nl/access/item%3A2732179/view. Accessed 2006.

Zeitungsartikel (1)

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Baas, Michiel. 2009. Curry bashing: racism, violence and alien space invaders. Economic and Political Weekly, 22. August 2009: 37.

Rezension (16)

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Baas, Michiel. 2020. International migrants in China's global city. newbooks.asia.
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Baas, Michiel. 2019. Besnier, Niko, Brownell, Susan and Carter, Thomas F. 2017. The anthropology of sport: bodies, borders, biopolitics. Oakland, CA: University of California Press. 336 pp. Social Anthropology 27(2): 390–392.
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Baas, Michiel. 2018. Gender, sexuality, and society in Indonesia: a review essay of three recent publications. Bijdragen tot de Taal-, Land- en Volkenkunde 174(4): 481–490.
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Baas, Michiel. 2017. Petrus Liu: Queer marxism in two Chinas; Duke University Press. Intersections 41: 1–5.
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Baas, Michiel. 2017. Bangalore and its IT industry: a changing landscape of work and life in urban India. Economic and Political Weekly 52(24): 31–37.
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Baas, Michiel. 2017. Brown boys and rice queens: spellbinding performances in the Asias; Eng-Beng Lim; New York & London, New York University Press, 2013. Asia Pacific Journal of Anthropology 18(2): 185–187.
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Baas, Michiel. 2015. Een ontdekkingsreiziger in tijden van forensonderzoekers. Athenaeum.
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Baas, Michiel. 2015. Queer Asia: advances in a field in motion. Intersections 37: 8–8.
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Baas, Michiel. 2015. Norman Vasu, Yeap Su Yin and Chan Wen Ling (eds.): (2014) Immigration in Singapore. Amsterdam: Amsterdam University Press. 221 pages. Asian Journal of Social Science 43(6): 837–840.
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Baas, Michiel. 2015. Transnational student-migrants and the state: the education-migration; nexus Shanthi Robertson; Houndmills, Palgrave Macmillan, 2013; 193 pp. Journal of Intercultural Studies 36(6): 743–745.
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Baas, Michiel. 2014. Duncan McDuie-Ra, Northeast migrants in Delhi: race, refuge and retail (Amsterdam: Amsterdam University Press, 2012). South Asia 37(2): 359–361.
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Baas, Michiel. 2013. Rajesh Rai and Peter Reeves (eds), The south Asian diaspora: transnational networks and changing identities (London/New York: Routledge, 2009). South Asia 36(1): 149–150.
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Baas, Michiel. 2013. Haney, Lynne A., 2010, Offending women: power, punishment and the regulation of desire. Berkeley: University of California Press, xii + 287pp. Comparative Sociology 12(6): 875–877.
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Baas, Michiel. 2013. Kudaisya, Medha Malik & Ng Chin-Keong (eds.), 2009, Chinese and Indian business: historical antecedents. Leiden & Boston: Brill Academic Publishers, x + 182pp. Comparative Sociology 12(4): 575–578.
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Baas, Michiel. 2010. N. Ali, V.S. Kalra and S. Sayyid (eds). A postcolonial people: south Asians in Britain. New York: Columbia University Press, 2008. 444 pp. Asian Studies Review 34(1): 105–106.
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Baas, Michiel. 2010. Indian students back home and abroad. IIAS Newsletter 54: 35–35.

Sammelwerk (4)

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Baas, Michiel (ed.). 2020. The Asian migrant's body: emotion, gender and sexuality. New Mobilities in Asia 5. Amsterdam: Amsterdam University Press.
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Baas, Michiel (ed.). 2020. The migration industry in Asia: brokerage, gender and precarity. Palgrave Pivot. Singapore: Palgrave Macmillan.
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Baas, Michiel (ed.). 2015. Transnational migration and Asia: the question of return. Global Asia 4. Amsterdam: Amsterdam University Press.
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Sahoo, Ajaya Kumar, Michiel Baas, and Thomas Faist (eds.). 2012. Indian diaspora and transnationalism. Jaipur; New Delhi; Bengaluru; Guwahati; Kolkata: Rawat.

Monografie (2)

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Baas, Michiel. 2020. Muscular India: masculinity, mobility and the new middle class. Chennai: Context.
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Baas, Michiel. 2012. Imagined mobility: migration and transnationalism among Indian students in Australia. Anthem South Asian Studies. London; New York; Delhi: Anthem Press.
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