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Wenner, Miriam (2018). ‘Breaking Bad’ or being good? Moral conflict and political conduct in Darjeeling/India. Contemporary South Asia, 26(1):2-17.

Wenner, Miriam (2017). Vulnerability, food aid, and dependency: views from development geography. Hermeneutische Blätter, 2017(1):158-170.

Wenner, Miriam (2016). Book review: Rituals of Ethnicity. Thangmi identities between Nepal and India, by Sara Shneiderman. International Migration Review, 50(2):e23-e24.

Wenner, Miriam (2016). Der Niedergang der „Gorkhaland“-Bewegung: Dezentralisierung und Korruption in Darjeeling. Südasien, 2:24-28.

Wenner, Miriam (2016). Diasporic imaginations of Darjeeling: Gorkhaland as an imaginative geography. In: Subba, Tanka B; Sinha, A C. Nepali diaspora in a globalised era. Abingon: Taylor & Francis, 108-130.

Wenner, Miriam (2016). Ruling an unruly space : “Petty sovereigns” and challenges to state sovereignty in Darjeeling/India. In: Schlitz, Nicolas; Poerting, Julia. Aktuelle Forschungsbeiträge zu Südasien. 6. Jahrestagung des AK Südasien, 22./23. Januar 2016, Osnabrück. Heidelberg: Deutsche Gesellschaft für Geographie (DGfG): Arbeitskreis Südasien, 25-28.

Wenner, Miriam (2015). Legitimization through patronage? Strategies for political control beyond ethno-regional claims in Darjeeling, India. Geoforum, 66:234-243.

Wenner, Miriam. Monopolising a statehood movement : Gorkhaland between authoritarian parties and "aware citizens". 2015, University of Zurich, Faculty of Science.

Wenner, Miriam (2015). Understanding Gorkhaland. Economic and Political Weekly, 50(11):33-36.

Wenner, Miriam (2015). Whither ‘labour’? Shortfalls of the ethnic discourse in Darjeeling. Cafe Dissensus, 20:online.

Wenner, Miriam (2013). Challenging the state by reproducing its principles. The demand for “Gorkhaland” between regional autonomy and the national belonging. Asian Ethnology, 72(2):199-220.

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