Publications of Margrit Pernau

Book Chapter (38)

2008
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Pernau, M. (2008). Veiled associations: The muslim middle class, the family, and the colonial state in nineteenth- and twentieth-century India. In Civil society and gender justice: Historical and comparative perspectives (pp. 135–152). Berghahn Books.
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Pernau, M. (2008). Kriegerische Jungfrauen und sanfte Jünglinge: Geschlechtergrenzen im katholischen Diskurs des Kaiserreichs. In Religion und Grenzen in Indien und Deutschland: Auf dem Weg zu einer transnationalen Historiographie (pp. 277–303). V&R unipress.
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Pernau, M. (2008). Religion und sozialer Status: Das Beispiel einer muslimischen Händlergemeinschaft aus Delhi. In Religion und Grenzen in Indien und Deutschland: Auf dem Weg zu einer transnationalen Historiographie (pp. 425–446). V&R unipress.
2007
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Pernau, M. (2007). Transkulturelle Geschichte und das Problem der universalen Begriffe: Muslimische Bürger im Delhi des 19. Jahrhunderts. In Area Studies und die Welt: Weltreligionen und neue Globalgeschichte (pp. 117–149). Mandelbaum Verlag.
2005
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Pernau, M. (2005). Multiple identities: Re-contexualizing the religious. In Religious pluralism in South Asia and Europe (pp. 147–170). Oxford University Press.
2003
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Pernau, M. (2003). Middle class and secularisation: The Muslims of Delhi in the 19th century. In Middle class values in India and Western Europe (pp. 21–42). Social Science Press.
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Pernau, M. (2003). From a 'private' public to a 'public' private sphere: Old Delhi in comparative perspective. In The public and the private: Democratic citizenship in a comparative perspective (pp. 103–130). Sage.
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Pernau, M. (2003). Motherhood and female identity: Religious advice literature for women in German catholicism and Indian islam. In Family and gender: Changing values in Germany and India (pp. 140–161). Sage.
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Pernau, M. (2003). Preparing a meeting-ground: C. F. Andrews, St. Stephen's, and the Delhi College; an introduction. In Zaka Ullah of Delhi (pp. XLVII-LXXV). Oxford University Press.
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Pernau, M. (2003). Family: A gendering and gendered space. Introduction. In Family and gender: Changing values in Germany and India (pp. 9–33). Sage.
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