Girke, Felix (2018): The Wheel of Autonomy. Rhetoric and Ethnicity in the Omo Valley. New York and Oxford: Berghahn.


Kirsch, Thomas G./ Bochow, Astrid/ Dijk, Rijk van (ed.) (2017): Ethics as Ideals in Practice. Special Issue, AFRICA, 87(3).

Caduff, Carlo (2017): Warten auf die Pandemie. Ethnographie einer Katastrophe, die nie stattfand. Konstanz University Press.


Beyer, Judith (2016): The force of custom. Law and the ordering of everyday life in Kyrgyzstan. Pittsburgh: University of  Pittsburgh Press.

Lidola, Maria (2016): Intime Arbeit und migrantische Unternehmerschaft: Professionalität, Körperlichkeit und Anerkennung in brasilianischen Berliner Waxing Studios. Bielefeld: transcript-Verlag.


Dilley, Roy / Kirsch, Thomas G. (ed.) (2015): Regimes of Ignorance. Anthropological Perspectives on the Production and Reproduction of Non-Knowledge.(with contributions by John Borneman, Carlo Caduff, Leo Coleman, Roy Dilley, Casey High, Thomas G. Kirsch, Christos Lynteris, and Trevor Marchand). Oxford: Berghahn Books.

Kirsch, Thomas G. / Schlögl, Rudolf / Weltecke, Dorothea (ed.) (2015): Religion als Prozess. Kulturwissenschaftliche Wege der Religionsforschung.Paderborn: Verlag Ferdinand Schönigh.


Reeves, Madeleine / Rasanayagam, Johan / Beyer, Judith  (ed.) (2014): Ethnographies of the state in Central Asia. Performing politics. Bloomington: Indiana University Press.

Konstanz Publications on Activism


Hirsch, Carolin (2017): Religiöse Praxis neu aufgelegt. Food Not Bombs Myanmar. In: südostasien: Zeitschrift für Politik - Kultur - Dialog. 2/2017. 


Acosta, Raúl (2015): ‘We are plumbers of democracy’: a study of aspirations to inclusive public dialogues in Mexico and its repercussions. In S. Beck & C. Maida (ed.), Public Anthropology in a Borderless World. Oxford: Berghahn. 


Acosta, Raúl (2013): Capacity infrastructure in Brazil: legacies of participation training in Christian base communities. In H. Mosknes & M. Melin (ed.),  Faith in civil society: religious actors as drivers of change. Uppsala: University of Uppsala.


Acosta, Raúl (2012): Advocacy networks through a multidisciplinary lens: implications for research agendas. Voluntas. International Journal of Voluntary and Nonprofit Organizations 23(1): 156-181.


Kirsch, Thomas (2005): »Illegal Connections«: Conflicts over Electricity in Soweto, South Africa. In: Soziale Welt 16 (Special Issue "The Reality of Cities"): 193-208.