Publikationen

Monographien

2015, Bourdieu in Africa. Exploring the Dynamics of Religious Fields. Edited by Magnus Echtler and Asonzeh Ukah, Leiden/Boston: Brill 2016 (publ. Nov. 2015) (Studies of Religion in Africa 44)

2013, Alternative Voices. A Plurality Approach for Religious Studies. Göttingen: Vandenhoek & Ruprecht (hrsg. mit Afe Adogame und Oliver Freiberger).

2008a, Changing rituals - The New Year’s festival in Makunduchi, Zanzibar, since colonial times, PhD thesis, University of Bayreuth: e-publication.

2008b, Unpacking the New. Critical Perspectives on Cultural Syncretization in Africa and Beyond, Berlin: LIT (hrsg. mit Afe Adogame und Ulf Vierke).


Beiträge in Sammelbänden

2013, Introduction, in: Afe Adogame, Magnus Echtler & Oliver Freiberger (Hrsg.) Alternative Voices. A Plurality Approach for Religious Studies. Göttingen: Vandenhoek & Ruprecht, 9-17 (mit Afe Adogame & Oliver Freiberger).

2012, “The clitoris is indeed your sweet”: Negotiating gender roles in the ritual setting of the Swahili New Year’s festival, in: Ute Hüsken and Frank Neubert (Hrsg.), Negotiating Rites, New York: Oxford University Press, 59–80.

2011, Book review: White Men’s God. The Extraordinary Story of Missionaries in: Africa, Numen 58 (1): 129–133.

2010, A real mass worship they will never forget. Rituals and cognition in the Nazareth Baptist Church, South Africa, in: Angelos Chaniotis et al (Hrsg.), Ritual Dynamics and the Science of Ritual, Vol. II. Body, Performance, Agency, and Experience, Wiesbaden: Harrassowitz, 371–397.

2009, Born-again witches and videos in Nigeria, in: David Westerlund (Hrsg.), Global Pentecostalism. Encounters with Other Religious Traditions, London: Tauris, 73–92 (mit Asonzeh Ukah).

2008, Introduction, in: Afe Adogame, Magnus Echtler & Ulf Vierke (Hrsg.), Unpacking the New. Critical Perspectives on Cultural Syncretization, Africa and Beyond, Berlin: LIT, 1–23 (mit Afe Adogame und Ulf Vierke).

2006a, The recent changes of the New Year's festival in Makunduchi, Zanzibar - A reinterpretation, in: Roman Loimeier & Rüdiger Seesemann (Hrsg.), The Global Worlds of the Swahili. Interfaces of Islam, Identity and Space in 19th and 20th-Century East Africa, Hamburg: LIT, 131–161.

2006b, They bewitched the generator - State power and religious authority at the New Year's festival Makunduchi, Zanzibar, in: Tore Ahlbäck (Hrsg.), Exercising Power. The Role of Religions in Concord and Conflict, Stockholm: Almquist & Wiksell, 51–68.