Our publications

Hirvi, Laura

2012. Sikhien maahanmuuton historia ja työllistyminen Suomessa. In Sakari Saaritsa & Kirsi Hänninen (eds.), Työväki maahanmuuttajana. Työväen historian ja perinteen tutkimuksen seura.

2012. Contesting and Confirming Religious Authority in the Diaspora: Transnational Communication and the Dasam Granth Controversy in the Nordic Countries. Coauthored chapter with Knut A. Jacobsen, Kristina Myrvold & Ravinder Kaur in Kristina Myrvold and Knut A. Jacobsen (eds.), Sikhs Across Borders. Transnational Practices of European Sikhs. London, New York: Bloomsbury.

2011. Sikhs in Finland: Migration Histories and Work in the Restaurant Sector. In Jacobsen, Knut and Kristina Myrvold (eds.) Sikhs in Europe. Migration, Identities and Representations. Farnham, Burlington: Ashgate, 95-114

2010. The Sikh Gurdwara in Finland: Negotiating, Maintaining and Transmitting Immigrants‘ Identities. South Asian Diaspora, 2 (2): 219-232. 

Jouhki, Jukka

2013. A Phone of One's Own? Social Value, Cultural Meaning and Gendered Use of the Mobile Phone in South India. Journal of the Finnish Anthropological Society, 38 (1): 37-58

2012. At the Intersection of Technology and Holiness: Reflections Inspired by a Jain Nun and Her Cell Phone. Digital Religion Conference, 13-15 June 2012, Åbo Akademi University.

2012. "It's Like a Third Arm!" Observations on the Cultural Meaning and Gendered Use of Mobile Phones in Rural South India. A Paper Presented at IV STS Italia National Conference: Emerging Technologies, Social Worlds, Rovigo 21-23 June 2012, Italy.

2011. From a Workshop into a Network: Finland-Based India Researchers Unite. A Report from the India Workshop at the annual conference of Finnish Anthropological Society, October 2011. Suomen Antropologi: Journal of the Finnish Anthropological Society 36 (4): 88-94. Co-authored with Mari Korpela.

2007. Huomioita orientalistisesta muinaisuudesta: Hegemoninen eurooppalainen diskurssi tamileista Etelä-Intiassa [= Observations on Orientalist Ancientness: Hegemonic European Discourse on the Tamils of South India]. Jargonia, 10 (11): 1-9.

2006. Orientalism and India. Jargonia, 9 (8): 1-20.
 
2006. Tulkintoja toiseudesta [= Interpreting the Other]. Elore, 13 (1). Lectio Praecursoria.

2006. Imagining the Other. Orientalism and Occidentalism in Tamil-European relations in South India. Jyväskylä Studies in Humanities 47. Doctoral disseration.

2004. Images of India: History, Religion and Culture. Online teaching material for Finnish University Network for Asian Studies.

Karttunen, Klaus

See complete bibilography 1977-2011

Kuortti, Joel

2007. Writing Imagined Diasporas: South Asian Women Reshaping North American Identity. Newcastle: Cambridge Scholars Publishing.

2007. Kuortti Joel & Mittapalli Rajeshwar (eds). Indian Women's Short Fiction. New Delhi: Atlantic.

2003. Tense Past, Tense Present: Women Writing in English. Calcutta: Stree.

2002. Indian Women's Writing in English: a Bibliography. Jaipur: Rawat.

2002. Kuortti Joel & Mittapalli Rajeshwar (eds). Salman Rushdie: New Critical Insights, 1-2. New Delhi: Atlantic.

1998. Fictions to Live In: Narration as an Argument for Fiction in Salman Rushdie's Novels. Frankfurt am Main: Peter Lang.

1997. Place of the Sacred: The Rhetoric of the Satanic Verses Affair. Frankfurt am Main: Peter Lang.

1997. The Salman Rushdie Bibliography: A Bibliography of Salman Rushdie's Work and Rushdie Criticism. Frankfurt am Main: Peter Lang.

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Merivirta, Raita

2008. Intiaa suomalaisten bisneslinssien läpi tarkasteltuna. Review: Elina Grundström, Kiven ja raudan Intia (2006); Josetta Nousjoki, IT-alan Intia (2006); Susanna Särkkä, Vaateostajan Intia (2006) and Matias Möttölä, Nokian Intia (2006). H-verkko, Agricolan arvostelupalvelu.

2008. How the British Got It All Wrong: Historical and Literary Indo-British Encounter in Shashi Tharoor’s The Great Indian Novel. In Huttunen T., Ilmonen K., Korkka J., & Valovirta E. (eds.) Seeking the Self: Encountering the Other: Diasporic Narrative and the Ethics of Representation. Newcastle upon Tyne: Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 92-105.

2007. Reclaiming India's History - Myth, History and Historiography in Shashi Tharoor’s “The Great Indian Novel". Ennen ja Nyt – Historian Tietosanomat 1/2007.

2007. Viisi tuhatta vuotta Etelä-Aasian kulttuuria yksissä kansissa. Review: Asko Parpola (ed.), Intian kulttuuri (2005). H-verkko, Agricolan arvostelupalvelu.

2007. Ajankohtainen tietopaketti nykypäivän Intiasta. Review: Sirpa Tenhunen and Minna Säävälä, Muuttuva Intia (2007). H-verkko, Agricolan arvostelupalvelu.

2007. Ihmistä etsimässä - kohtaamisia ja kokemuksia Intian matkoilta. Review: Seppo Järvinen, Pikajuna Mumbaihin (2006). H-verkko, Agricolan arvostelupalvelu.

2000. Myth, Fiction and History in Shashi Tharoor´s The Great Indian Novel. In Skinner, John (ed.) Tales of Two Cities. Essays on New Anglophone Literature. Anglicana Turkuensia 22, 37-58.

Parpola, Asko

See University of Helsinki research database on Parpola 

Ruohonen, Mikko

2009. Offshoring from Brazil or India - An European view. Presented at CISTM2009.

2008. Nearshoring or Offshoring - Comparing India and Europe. Presented at EIBA 2008.

2007. In Ahoniemi et al (eds.). Massaräätälöinnillä kilpailukykyä [= Competitive advantage through mass customization]. Helsinki: Teknova.

2006. Ruohonen, Riihimaa & Mäkipää. Knowledge Based Strategies and Mass Customisation Strategies: Cases from Finnish Metal and Electronics Industries.

2005. Kaivonen & Ruohonen (eds.). Verkkoliiketoiminnan avainalueita kaupan ja teollisuuden arvoverkostossa. Tampere: EBRC.

Tenhunen, Sirpa

2009. Means of Awakening: Gender, Politics and Practice in Rural India. Kolkata: Stree.

2007. Muuttuva Intia. Helsinki: Edita. With Minna Säävälä.

2006. Culture, Power and Agency: Gender in Indian Ethnography. Stree. Calcutta. Edited with Lina Fruzzetti.

2003. Secret Freedom in the City: Women’s Wage Work and Agency in Calcutta. World Heritage Press: Quebec.

1999. Changing Patterns of Kinship and Family in India: proceedings from an international symposium to celebrate India’s 50 years of independence at the University of Helsinki, 6th May 1998. Finnish Oriental Society. Edited with Asko Parpola.

1997. Secret Freedom in the City – Women’s Wage Work and Agency in Calcutta. Helsingin yliopiston sosiologian laitoksen julkaisusarja. Helsinki: Yliopistopaino.

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