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Schielke, Samuli

2017
- أين تقع ١لإسكندرية ؟ أساطير المدينة والمدينة النقيض بعد المرحلة الكزهوبوليتانية (Where is Alexandria? Myths of the City and the Anti-City After Cosmopolitanism), Alexandrien: Tara al-Bahr.

- حتى ينتهي النفط: الهجرة والأحلام في ضواحي الخليج (Until the End of Oil: Migration and Dreams in the Suburbs of the Gulf), Kairo: Sefsafa.

-Rez.: Lara Deeb and Jessica Winegar, Anthropology's Politics: Disciplining the Middle East. Stanford: Stanford University Press, in Review of Middle East Studies 51, pp. 1-3.

-There will be blood: Expectation and ethics of violence during Egypt's stormy season, Middle Eastern Critique 26  (3), pp. 205-220.

2016
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Schielke, Samuli (2016): Can Poetry Change the World? Reading Amal Dunqul in Egypt in 2011. In Karin van Nieuwkerk, Mark LeVine, Martin Stokes (Eds.): Islam and Popular Culture. Austin: University of Texas Press, pp. 122–148.

- Schielke, Samuli; Shehata, Mukhtar (2016): The writing of lives. An ethnography of writers and their milieus in Alexandria. ZMO Working Papers 17, 2016.

-(Hg. mit Liza Debevec): Ordinary Lives and Grand Schemes: An Anthropology of Everyday Religion, New York, Berghahn, 174 S. (Reprint von 2012, Paperback)
Introduction, S. 1-16 PDFLogo

2015
-Living with unresolved differences: A reply to Fadil and Fernando (response on a critical essay by Nadia Fadil and Mayanthi Fernando who question the focus on the everyday), HAU: Journal of Ethnographic Theory 5(2), 59-88.

- Egypt in the Future Tense. Hope, Frustration and Ambivalence before and after 2011, Bloomington: Indiana University Press, 2015, 280 S.

-I want to be committed: Short-lived trajectories of Salafi activism in Egypt.” Ricerca Folklorica 69, 21-37.

-Rez. Amira Mittermaier, Dreams that Matter: Egyptian Landscapes of the Imagination. Berkeley: University of California Press, in Die Welt des Islams 55 (2015), 260-262

2014
-The Islamic World. In Stephen Bullivant and Michael Ruse (Ed.): The Oxford Handbook of Atheism. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2013, 638–652.

- Can Poetry Change the World: Reading Amal Dunqul in 2011 (Arab.), Magallat al-Shi'r, Ägypten, Herbst 2014.

- There will be blood: Expecting violence in Egypt, 2011-2013." Blog entry in You'll Be Late for the Revolution: An Anthropologist's Diary of the Egyptian Revolution and What Followed

- There will be blood. Expecting violence in Egypt, 2011-2013, ZMO Working Papers No 11, 2014, 16 S. PDFLogo

2013
- The Islamic World, in: Stephen Bullivant and Michael Ruse (eds.), The Oxford Handbook of Atheism, Oxford University Press, 638-652.

- Jugend, Klassengesellschaft und Generationen in Ägypten nach dem 25. Januar, in: Thorsten G. Schneiders (ed.), Der Arabische Frühling: Hintergründe und Analysen, von Wiesbaden: Springer, 127-138.

- (Hg. mit Daniela Swarowsky, Andrea Heister): In Search of Europe? Art and Research in Collaboration. An Experiment, Heijningen: Jap Sam Books, 176 S.

- (mit Daniela Swarowsky):“Introduction in: Daniela Swarowsky, Samuli Schielke, Andrea Heister (eds.), In Search of Europe? Art and Research in Collaboration: An Experiment, Heijningen: Jap Sam Books, 6-17.

- (mit Bettina Gräf, Knut Graw): Post-Metonymy and the Question of Europe (Researchers' Programmatic Introduction), in: in: Daniela Swarowsky, Samuli Schielke, Andrea Heister (eds.), In Search of Europe? Art and Research in Collaboration: An Experiment, Heijningen: Jap Sam Books, 18-23.

- (mit Maher Sherif et al.): Foreign Agendas and Iskenderiyan Standards — Fragments of a Shared Work, in: Daniela Swarowsky, Samuli Schielke, Andrea Heister (eds.), In Search of Europe? Art and Research in Collaboration: An Experiment, Heijningen: Jap Sam Books,  94-113.

- (und Jessica Winegar): The Writing on the Walls of Egypt, Middle East Research and Information Project (MERIP) 265, 13-17 [online].

- Ma zal yahduth fi al-'asima al-sirriya / Still going on in the Secret Capital. Documentary film by Mukhtar Shehata and Samuli Schielke. Egypt 2013, 7 min.

2012
- (Hg. mit Knut Graw): The Global Horizon. Expectations of Migration in Africa and the Middle East, Leuven: Leuven University Press, 224 S.

- (und Knut Graw): Introduction. Reflections on Migratory Expectations in Africa and Beyond,  in dies. (Hg.), The Global Horizon. Expectations of Migration in Africa and the Middle East, Leuven: Leuven University Press, 7-22.

- Engaging the World on the Alexandria Waterfront, in Samuli Schielke, Knut Graw (Hg.), The Global Horizon. Expectations of Migration in Africa and the Middle East, Leuven: Leuven University Press, 175-192.

- The Perils of Joy: Contesting Mulid Festivals in Contemporary Egypt, Syracuse, NY.: Syracuse University Press, 296 S.
Rez.: Amira Mittermaier (2013) American Ethnologist 40 (4), 804-805; el-Sayed el- Aswad, Contemporary Islam 9 (1), 2015, 113-115

- (Hg. mit Liza Debevec): Ordinary Lives and Grand Schemes: An Anthropology of Everyday Religion, New York, Berghahn, 174 S.
Rez.: Tom Boylston, Religion and Society 4 (2013): 227+. Academic OneFile. Web. 18 June 2015

- Capitalist ethics and the spirit of Islamization in Egypt, in Samuli Schielke, Liza Debevec (Hg.), Ordinary Lives and Grand Schemes: An Anthropology of Everyday Religion, New York: Berghahn, 2012, 131-145.

- Surfaces of longing: Cosmopolitan aspiration and frustration in Egypt, City and Society 24 (2012): 1, 29-37. Freely accessible online: http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1111/j.1548-744X.2012.01066.x/pdf

- “Living in the Future Tense: Aspiring for world and class in provincial Egypt”, in The Global Middle Class: Theorizing through Ethnography, Carla Freeman, Rachel Heiman, and Mark Liechty (Hg.), Santa Fe, NM: School for Advanced Research Press, 31-56.

- (mit Aymon Kreil): ‘Īd al-hubb fī Misr. Qirāʾa fī al-jadal al-dīnī wa al-thaqāfī, Alexandria: Bibliotheca Alexandrina (Marāsid: kurrāsāt ‘ilmiyya, 7).

- “Being a non-believer in a time of Islamic revival: Trajectories of doubt and certainty in contemporary Egypt,” International Journal of Middle Eastern Studies, 44:2 (2012), 301–320. Freely accessible online: http://dx.doi.org/10.1017/S0020743812000062

- “A complete life: The world of mulids in Egypt: Photo Essay”, in: Patrick A. Desplat, Dorothea E. Schulz (Hg.), Prayer in the City: The Making of Muslim Sacred Places and Urban Life, Bielefeld: Transcript.

- “You’ll be late for the revolution! - An Anthropologist’s Diary of the Egyptian Revolution. Blog: http://samuliegypt.blogspot.com/

- Writing anthropology of and for the revolution. Cultural Anthropology, hot spot forum “Revolution and counter-revolution in Egypt”, 31. Januar 2012.

- The Arab Autumn: On the continuity of uprising in Egypt, Suomen Antropologi 36, 4: 76-79.

2011
- Hatit’akhkhar ‘a al-thawra: Daftar yawmiyat ‘alim anthropolojia shahid al-thawra al-misriya (You’ll be late for the revolution: An anthropologist’s diary of the Egyptian revolution), transl. Amr Khairy, Cairo: al-Nafisa li-l-‘ulum wa-l-adab, 2011.

- "You'll be late for the revolution! – An Anthropologist's Diary of the Egyptian Revolution", Blog (30.01.–19.03.2011; November–Dezember 2011): http://samuliegypt.blogspot.com/

- “Power, Normality, Revolution.” The Immanent Frame (10 February 2011), http://blogs.ssrc.org/tif/2011/02/10/power-normality-revolution/

2010
- Second thoughts about the anthropology of Islam, or how to make sense of grand schemes in everyday life, ZMO Working Papers No. 2, 2010, 16 S. PdfLogo

2009
- Ambivalent Commitments: Troubles of Morality, Religiosity and Aspiration among Young Egyptians. Journal of Religion in Africa 39 (2009), 2: 158-185.

- Being good in Ramadan: ambivalence, fragmentation, and the moral self in the lives of young Egyptians. Journal of the Royal Anthropological Institute 15 (2009), S1: S24-S40

- Policing Mulids and Their Meaning. In Diane Singerman (ed.), Cairo Contested: Governance, Urban Space, and Global Modernity. Cairo: American University in Cairo Press, 2009, pp. 51-78.

- (Rez.): Gregg,  Gary S., Culture and identity in a Muslim society. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2007, in  Social Anthropology 7 (2009), 2, pp. 249-250.