Articles

Peer-Reviewed Journal Articles

  • Introduction: The Efficacy of Rituals
    in Journal of Ritual Studies 24 (1) 5-12, 2010
    (with William Sax) (.pdf)
  • Questioning Ritual Efficacy
    in Journal of Ritual Studies 24 (1) 13-26, 2010
    (with Paul Töbelman) (.pdf)
  • Ritual Efficacy
    Special Issue of Journal of Ritual Studies 24 (1- 2): 5-12, 2010
    (with William Sax)
  • Memory, Religion and Museal Spaces
    in Journal for the Study of European Religions 4 (1): 134–156, 2011
    (with Jens Kugele and Maud Jahn) (.pdf)
  • Asymmetrical translations of biomedicine in India: The cases of contemporary Āyurveda and psychiatry
    in Vienna Ethnological Newsletter 13 (2-3): 13-24, 2011
    (with Ananda S. Chopra) (.pdf)
  • Organized Atheism in India: An Overview
    in Journal of Contemporary Religion 27 (1): 67-85, 2012 (.pdf)
  • Ignorance and Utilization: Mental Health Care outside the Purview of the Indian State
    in Anthropology and Medicine 19 (3): 277-290, 2012 (.pdf)
  • ‘What do I know?’ Scholastic fallacies and pragmatic religiosity in mental health seeking behaviour in India
    in Mental Health, Religion & Culture 16 (4): 403-418, 2013 (.pdf)
  • Outline of a Relational Approach to ‘Nonreligion’
    in Method and Theory in the Study of Religion 26 (4-5): 439-469, 2014
  • ’Godless people’ and dead bodies: materiality and the morality of atheist materialism
    in Social Analysis 59 (2): 20-61, 2015
    (with Jacob Copeman)

Peer Reviewed Book Chapters

  • Bell, Bourdieu and Wittgenstein on Ritual Sense
    in The Problem of Ritual Efficacy
    William Sax, Johannes Quack and Jan Weinhold,
    New York: Oxford University Press 169-188, 2010 (.pdf)
  • Reflexive Remarks on Science, Ritual and Neutrality in the Social Sciences
    in Reflexivity and Discourse on Ritual
    Udo Simon
    Wiesbaden: Harrassowitz 201-218, 2010 (.pdf)
  • Entangled Epistemes
    in Asymmetrical Conversations
    Harish Naraindas, Johannes Quack and William Sax,
    New York: Berghahn 1-25, 2014
  • Porous Dividuals: Complying to the demands of a healing temple (Balaji) and a psychiatric out-patient department (OPD)
    in Asymmetrical Conversations
    Harish Naraindas, Johannes Quack and William Sax,
    New York: Berghahn 56-84, 2014

Review Articles

  • Hinduism, Atheism, and Rationalism
    (5000 Words) in Brill’s Encyclopedia of Hinduism (Vol. IV)
    Knut A. Jacobsen et al.,
    Leiden: Brill 626-632, 2012 (.pdf)
  • Ritus und Ritual
    in Schlüsselbegriffe der Ritualtheorie
    Christiane Brosius, Axel Michaels and Paula Schrode,
    197-204. Stuttgart: UTB 197-204, 2013
  • India
    in The Oxford Handbook of Atheism
    Steven Bullivant and Michael Ruse,
    Oxford: Oxford University Press 651-664, 2014
  • Identifying (with) the Secular: Description and Genealogy
    in The Oxford Handbook of Secularism
    John Shook and Phil Zuckermann,
    New York: Oxford University Press. (In press)

Book Chapters

  • Is to ignore to deny? Säkularisierung, Säkularität und Säkularismus in Indien
    in Religionspolitik, Öffentlichkeit, Wissenschaft: Studien zur Neuformierung von Religion in der Gegenwart
    Martin Bauman and Frank Neubert,
    Zürich: PANO-Verlag 291-317, 2010 (.pdf)
  • Einleitung: Religionswissenschaft, Religion und Kritik in der Moderne
    in Religion und Kritik in der Moderne
    Ulrich Berner and Johannes Quack,
    Berlin: LIT-Verlag 9-31, 2012 (.pdf)
  • Arten des Unglaubens als ‚Mentalität‘: Religionskritische Traditionen in Indien
    in Religion und Kritik in der Moderne
    Ulrich Berner and Johannes Quack,
    Berlin: LIT-Verlag 115-140, 2012 (.pdf)
  • Was ist ‚Nichtreligion‘? Feldtheoretische Argumente für ein relationales Verständnis eines eigenständigen Forschungsgebietes
    in Säkularität in religionswissenschaftlicher Perspektive
    Peter Antes and Stefen Führding,
    Göttingen: Vandenhoeck & Ruprecht unipress 87-107, 2013