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Selected Articles and Essays

‘Religion, Media and Cultural Studies’. In King, R. (ed.) Religion, Theory, Critique: Classic and Contemporary Approaches and Methodologies. New York: Columbia University Press. Pages 335-47. 2017.

‘Histoires des lettres et de leur Peuple’. Le Banian, pp.38-55. June 2017.

‘Of Family, Futures and Fear in a Balinese Ward: Some Preliminary Thoughts Toward a New Project’. Jurnal Kajian Bali. 2017. 7(1): 213-48.

‘The Meaning of Life… or, How to Do Things with Letters’. In Fox, R. & A. Hornbacher (eds.). The Materiality and Efficacy of Balinese Letters: Situating Scriptural Practice. Leiden: Brill. 2016.

Postscript. In Fox, R. & A. Hornbacher (eds.). The Materiality and Efficacy of Balinese Letters: Situating Scriptural Practice. Leiden: Brill. 2016.

‘Of Family, Futures and Fear in a Balinese Ward: Some Preliminary Thoughts Toward a New Project. Second symposium on How Indonesians Argue. Deddington, Oxfordshire 25-26th. July 2016. See criticalia.org

‘Affordanz’ (with Panagiotopoulos, D. & C. Tsouparopoulou). In Ott, M.R., R. Sauer & T. Meier (eds.) Materiale Textkulturen. Konzepte – Materialien – Praktiken. Berlin etc: de Gruyter, 2015.

Why do Balinese Make Offerings? On Religion, Teleology and Complexity. Bijdragen tot de Taal-, Land- en Volkenkunde. 171/1 (2015): 29-55.

‘Tradition as Argument: Paratactic Reasoning, Total Crisis and the Failure of Critique in Contemporary Bali’. Symposium on How Indonesians Argue, Oxford. June 2015. See criticalia.org

‘Om Swasty-Alaikum… Interpreting Religio-Ethnic Humor on the Balinese Stage’.  Archipel: Études interdisciplinarires sur le monde insulindien. 2013.

Entry for ‘Indonesian Hinduism’. Brill’s Encyclopedia of Hinduism. Leiden: Brill. 2013.

‘Rival Styles of Writing, Rival Styles of Practical Reasoning’. Working Paper for Materiale Textkulturen: Materialität und Präsenz des Geschriebenen in non-typographischen Gesellschaften. 2013.

‘Ngelidin Sétra, Nepukin Sema? Thoughts on Language and Writing in Contemporary Bali’. Jurnal Kajian Bali. 2(2): 21-48. 2012.

‘Getting the Story Straight? Some Untimely Thoughts on History, Literature and the Performing Arts in Bali’. Jurnal Kajian Bali. 2011. 1(1).

‘Why Media Matter: Religion and the Recent History of “the Balinese.”’ History of Religions. 2010. 41(4): 354-92.

‘Religion, Media and Cultural Studies’. Martin Marty Center’s Religion and Culture Web Forum, May 2009. (A pre-publication version of a chapter to appear in Theory/Critique/Religion: Classic and Contemporary Approaches. Richard King (ed.). New York: Columbia University Press. Forthcoming.)

‘Strong and Weak Media? On the Representation of ‘Terorisme’ in Contemporary Indonesia’. Modern Asian Studies. 40/4 (2006): 993-1052.

‘Afterword’. Entertainment Media in Indonesia. Edited with Mark Hobart. New York and London: Routledge. 2008. (Reprinted from Asian Journal of Communication. 16/4 [2006]: 432-8.)

‘Visions of Terror: On the Use of Images in Mass-Mediated Representations of the 2002 Bali Bombings’. In Media and Political Violence. Annabelle Sreberny et al. (eds.) Cresskill, NJ: Hampton Press. Pp. 211-45. 2007.

‘Plus ça change… Recent Developments in Old Javanese Studies and Their Implications for the Study of Religion in Contemporary Bali’. Bijdragen tot de Taal-, Land- en Volkenkunde. 161/1 (2005): 63-97.

Substantial Transmissions: A Presuppositional Analysis of “The Old Javanese Text” as an Object of Knowledge, and Its Implications for the Study of Religion in Bali’. Bijdragen tot de Taal-, Land- en Volkenkunde. 159/1 (2003): 65-107.

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