Who belongs where? Geographies of (inter)religion and urban segregation in Surabaya, Indonesia. Cities,
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Islam Nusantara: The Conceptual Vocabulary of Indonesian Diversity. ISLAM NUSANTARA:Journal for the Study of Islamic History and Culture, 2(2), 1 – 16 (2021).
“Contrasted Revolutions.” Review of Republicanism, Communism, Islam, by John Sidel. New Left Review, vol. 129, May/June 2021, pp. 125-134.
Breeding Roses and Chasing Unicorns: Reflections from Europe on the Changing Field of Southeast Asian Area Studies. International Quarterly for Asian Studies, Volume 51, Issue 3-4 (2020).
Democratic Decline in Indonesia: The Role of Religious Authorities. Pacific Affairs, Volume 92, Issue 2, 235-255 (2019).
Ahmadis or Indonesians? The polarization of post-reform public debates on Islam and orthodoxy. Critical Asian Studies, Volume 50, Issue 1 (2018)
Islam in the Echo Chamber: Homogenisation and Polarisation in Indonesia and Malaysia. Asiascape: Digital Asia, Volume 5, Issue 1-2, 124 – 158 (2018).
Results of the BUA-funded project “Democracy and Interfaith Initiatives: Civic Education, Democracy, and Religion” (2020-2021).