Publications of Johan Rasanayagam

Journal Article (3)

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Journal Article
Rasanayagam, Johan. 2011. Informal economy, informal state: the case of Uzbekistan. International Journal of Sociology and Social Policy 31(11/12): 681–696.
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Journal Article
Rasanayagam, Johan. 2006. Introduction. Central Asian Survey 25(3): 219–233.
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Journal Article
Rasanayagam, Johan. 2006. Healing with spirits and the formation of Muslim selfhood in post-Soviet Uzbekistan. Journal of the Royal Anthropological Institute 12(2): 377–393.

Book Chapter (4)

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Book Chapter
Rasanayagam, Johan. 2010. Becoming Muslim in post-Soviet Uzbekistan: an anthropology of moral reasoning. In: Chris Hann (ed.). Religion, identity, postsocialism: the Halle Focus Group 2003 - 2010. Halle/Saale: Max Planck Institute for Social Anthropology, pp. 45–48.
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Book Chapter
Rasanayagam, Johan. 2009. Morality, self and power: the idea of the Mahalla in Uzbekistan. In: Monica Heintz (ed.). The anthropology of moralities. New York: Berghahn, pp. 102–117.
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Book Chapter
Rasanayagam, Johan. 2006. 'I am not a Wahhabi': state power and Muslim Orthodoxy in Uzbekistan. In: Chris Hann and "Civil Religion" Group (eds.). The postsocialist religious question: faith and power in Central Asia and East-Central Europe. Halle Studies in the Anthropology of Eurasia: HSAE 11. Münster: LIT, pp. 99–124.
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Book Chapter
Rasanayagam, Johan. 2004. Ethnicity, state ideology and local concepts of community in Uzbekistan: a shared cultural engagement. In: Sergej N. Abashin (ed.). Ferganskaja dolina: ethnicnost', etniceskie protsessy, etniceskie konflikty. Moskau: Nauka, pp. 145–163.

Working Paper (1)

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Working Paper
Rasanayagam, Johan. 2003. Market, state and community in Uzbekistan: reworking the concept of the informal economy. Max Planck Institute for Social Anthropology Working Papers 59. http://hdl.handle.net/11858/00-001M-0000-0011-9D0D-A. Accessed 2003.

Monograph (1)

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Monograph
Rasanayagam, Johan. 2010. Islam in post-Soviet Uzbekistan: the morality of experience. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
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