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Quack, Johannes (2017). Bio- and ethnographic approaches to indifference, detachment and disengagement in the study of religion. In: Quack, Johannes; Schuh, Cora. Religious Indifference: New Perspectives from Studies on Secularization and Nonreligion. Wiesbaden: Springer, 193-218.

Quack, Johannes; Schuh, Cora (2017). Conceptualizing Religious Indifferences in Relation to Religion and Nonreligion. In: Quack, Johannes; Schuh, Cora. Religious Indifference: New Perspectives from Studies on Secularization and Nonreligion. Wiesbaden: Springer, 1-24.

Quack, Johannes; Schuh, Cora (2017). Embedded Indifference and Ways to Research it. In: Quack, Johannes; Schuh, Cora. Religious Indifference: New Perspectives from Studies on Secularization and Nonreligion. Wiesbaden: Springer, 259-270.

Quack, Johannes (2017). Leading and misleading religious boundaries: lessons from (mental) health seeking practices in India. In: Basu, Helene; Littlewood, Roland; Steinforth, Arne. Spirit & mind : mental health at the intersection of religion & psychiatry. Berlin, Münster: LIT, 141-165.

Quack, Johannes (2017). Religionsethnologie. In: Beer, Bettin; Pauli, Julia; Fischer, Hans. Ethnologie : Einführung und Überblick. Berlin: Dietrich Reimer Verlag, 183-200.

Copeman, Jacob; Quack, Johannes (2015). "Godless people" and dead bodies: materiality and the morality of atheist materialism. Social Analysis, 59(2):20-61.

Quack, Johannes (2015). Identifying (with) the Secular: Description and Genealogy. In: Shook, John; Zuckermann, Phil. The Oxford Handbook of Secularism. New York: Oxford University Press, 138-161.

Quack, Johannes (2015). Possession and the Anti-Superstition Law in Maharashtra: An Actors' Perspective on Modernization and Disenchantment. In: Sax, William; Basu, Helene. The Law of Possession – Ritual, Healing, and the Secular State. New York: Oxford University Press Incorporated, 138-161.

Asymmetrical Conversations: Contestations, Circumventions, and the Blurring of Therapeutic Boundaries. Edited by: Naraindas, Harish; Quack, Johannes; Sax, William (2014). New York: Berghahn Books.

Naraindas, Harish; Quack, Johannes; Sax, William (2014). Entangled Epistemes. In: Naraindas, Harish; Quack, Johannes; Sax, William. Asymmetrical Conversations: Contestations, Circumventions and the Blurring of Boundaries between Therapy and Religion in South Asia. New York: Berghahn Books, 1-25.

Quack, Johannes (2014). Outline of a Relational Approach to ‘Nonreligion’. Method and Theory in the Study of Religion, 26(4-5):439-469.

Quack, Johannes (2014). Porous Dividuals: Complying to the demands of a healing temple (Balaji) and a psychiatric out-patient department (OPD). In: Naraindas, Harish; Quack, Johannes; Sax, William. Asymmetrical Conversations: Contestations, Circumventions and the Blurring of Boundaries between Therapy and Religion in South Asia. New York: Berghahn Books, 56-84.

Quack, Johannes (2013). Aufgabe und Gegenstand der Religionswissenschaft: Von Religion über das religiöse Feld zu Arten der Religiosität. In: Adogame, Afe; Echtler, Magnus; Freiberger, Oliver. Alternative voices: a plurality approach for religious studies: essays in honor of Ulrich Berner. Göttingen: Vandenhoeck & Ruprecht, 56-71.

Quack, Johannes (2013). India. In: Bullivant, Steven; Ruse, Michael. The Oxford Handbook of Atheism Oxford. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 651-663.

Quack, Johannes (2013). Ritus und Ritual. In: Brosius, Christiane; Michaels, Axel; Schrode, Paula. Ritual und Ritualdynamik : Schlüsselbegriffe, Theorien, Diskussionen. Göttingen: UTB, 197-204.

Quack, Johannes (2013). Was ist ‚Nichtreligion‘? Feldtheoretische Argumente für ein relationales Verständnis eines eigenständigen Forschungsgebietes. In: Antes, Peter; Führding, Stefan. Säkularität in religionswissenschaftlicher Perspektive. Göttingen: Vandenhoeck & Ruprecht unipress, 87-107.

Quack, Johannes (2013). What do I know? Scholastic fallacies and pragmatic religiosity in mental health seeking behaviour in India. Mental Health, Religion & Culture, 16(4):403-418.

Quack, Johannes (2012). Arten des Unglaubens als ‚Mentalität‘: Religionskritische Traditionen in Indien. In: Berner, Ulrich; Quack, Johannes. Religion und Kritik in der Moderne. Berlin: LIT-Verlag, 115-140.

Quack, Johannes (2012). Disenchanting India: organized rationalism and criticism of religion in India. New York: Oxford University Press.

Quack, Johannes (2012). Einleitung: Religionswissenschaft, Religion und Kritik in der Moderne. In: Berner, Ulrich; Quack, Johannes. Religion und Kritik in der Moderne. Berlin: LIT-Verlag, 9-31.

Quack, Johannes (2012). Hinduism, Atheism, and Rationalism. In: Jacobsen, Knut. Brill’s Encyclopedia of Hinduism. Leiden: Brill, 626-632.

Quack, Johannes (2012). Ignorance and Utilization: Mental Health Care outside the Purview of the Indian State. Anthropology and Medicine, 19(3):277-290.

Quack, Johannes (2012). Organized Atheism in India: An Overview. Journal of Contemporary Religion, 27(1):67-85.

Religion und Kritik in der Moderne. Edited by: Berner, Ulrich; Quack, Johannes (2012). Berlin: Lit.

Chopra, Ananda Samir; Quack, Johannes (2011). Asymmetrical translations of biomedicine in India: The cases of contemporary Ayurveda and psychiatry. Viennese Ethnomedicine Newsletter, 13(2-3):13-24.

Quack, Johannes (2011). Is to ignore to deny? Säkularisierung, Säkularität und Säkularismus in Indien. In: Baumann, Martin; Neubert, Frank. Religionspolitik, Öffentlichkeit, Wissenschaft: Studien zur Neuformierung von Religion in der Gegenwart. Zürich: TVZ Theologischer Verlag, 291-317.

Kugele, Jens; Jahn, Maud; Quack, Johannes (2011). Memory, Religion and Museal Spaces. Journal of Religion in Europe, 4(1):134-156.

Quack, Johannes (2010). Bell, Bourdieu and Wittgenstein on Ritual Sense. In: Sax, William; Quack, Johannes; Weinhold, Jan. The Problem of Ritual Efficacy. New York: Oxford University Press, 169-188.

Quack, Johannes; Sax, William (2010). Introduction: The Efficacy of Rituals. Journal of Ritual Studies, 24(1):5-12.

Quack, Johannes; Töbelman, Paul (2010). Questioning Ritual Efficacy. Journal of Ritual Studies, 24(1):13-26.

Quack, Johannes (2010). Reflexive Remarks on Science, Ritual and Neutrality in the Social Sciences. In: Simon, Udo. Reflexivity and Discourse on Ritual. Wiesbaden: Harrassowitz, 201-218.

The problem of ritual efficacy. Edited by: Sax, William; Quack, Johannes; Weinhold, Jan (2010). New York: Oxford University Press.

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