Select Bibliography - Richard Fox

2015  ‘Why Do Balinese Make Offerings? On Religion, Teleology and Complexity’. Bijdragen tot de Taal-, Land- en Volkenkunde. 171(1): 29-55.

2015 ‘Affordanz’ (with Panagiotopoulos, D. & C. Tsouparopoulou). In Ott, M.R., R. Sauer & T. Meier (eds.) Materiale Textkulturen. Konzepte – Materialien – Praktiken. Berlin, Boston & München: de Gruyter. 

2013 ‘Om Swasty-Alaikum... Interpreting Religio-Ethnic Humor on the Balinese Stage’. Archipel: Études interdisciplinarires sur le monde insulindien. 86(2): 43-72.

2013 Entry for ‘Indonesian Hinduism’. Brill’s Encyclopedia of Hinduism. Leiden: Brill.

2013 Review of Jerryson, M.K. (2011) Buddhist Fury: Religion and Violence in Southern Thailand. Oxford: OUP. For The Journal of Religion. 93(3): 409-410.

2012 ‘Ngelidin Sétra, Nepukin Sema? Thoughts on Language and Writing in Contemporary Bali’. Jurnal Kajian Bali. 2(2): 21-48. 

2011 ‘Getting the Story Straight? Some Untimely Thoughts on History, Literature and the Performing Arts in Bali’. Article invited for inaugural issue of Jurnal Kajian Bali. 1(1): 27-57.

2010 ‘Why Media Matter: Religion and the Recent History of “the Balinese”’. History of Religions. 41(4): 354-92. 

2009 ‘Religion, Media and Cultural Studies’ Pre-publication draft of contribution to Theory/Critique/Religion; published to the Martin Marty Center’s Religion and Culture Web Forum. With responses from Hoover and Hobart.

2008 ‘Afterword’. Entertainment Media in Indonesia. Edited with Mark Hobart. New York and London: Routledge. (Reprinted from Asian Journal of Communication. 16(4): 432-8).

2007 ‘Visions of Terror: On the Use of Images in Mass-Mediated Representations of the 2002 Bali Bombings’. In Media and Political Violence. Annabelle Sreberny et al. (eds.) Cresskill: Hampton Press. Pp. 211-45. 2007.

2006 ‘Strong and Weak Media? On the Representation of ‘Terorisme’ in Contemporary Indonesia’. Modern Asian Studies. 40(4): 993-1052.

2005 ‘Plus ça change… Recent Developments in Old Javanese Studies and Their Implications for the Study of Religion in Contemporary Bali’. Bijdragen tot de Taal-, Land- en Volkenkunde. 161(1): 63-97.

2003 ‘Substantial Transmissions: A Presuppositional Analysis of “The Old Javanese Text” as an Object of Knowledge, and Its Implications for the Study of Religion in Bali’. Bijdragen tot de Taal-, Land- en Volkenkunde. 159/1 (2003): 65-107.


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