Communal Sense. Practices of We-Formation and Ethno-Religious Othering in Myanmar
Everyday Life in Kyrgyzstan. Central Eurasia in Context Series.
Pittsburgh: University of Pittsburgh Press.
Selected among the “Best Books on Central Asia in 2018” by “Voices on Central Asia”, a platform that is a collaboration between the Central Asia Program (CAP) and the Central Asian Analytical Network (CAAN), both part of The George Washington University‘s Institute for European, Russian, and Eurasian Studies (IERES).
2010. (together with Zemfira Inogamova)
Bishkek: Gulchynar (in Kyrgyz).
for a Russian-language review from Kyrgyzstan see here.
2007. (together with Roman Knee)
Munich: Hirmer (in German and English).
for a review of the book in Central Asian Survey see here.