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Ohm, Britta Lucia Ida (27 November 2019). Entertaining Hindutva: Competition, Privatization and Violence in Indian Soap Operas since 2000 (Unpublished). In: Colloquium of the Department of Social and Cultural Anthropology. University of Tübingen. 27.11.2019.

Ohm, Britta (9 May 2019). Debate: Why the Indian Elections are more about Narendra Modi than anything else. The conversation The Conversation Trust (UK) Limited

Ohm, Britta Lucia Ida (2 April 2019). Lasting Beginnings of 'Fake News': The Televised 2002 anti-Muslim pogrom in Gujarat, India (Unpublished). In: Presentation / Lunch lecture at International Institute for Asian Studies. Leiden, Netherlands. 02.04.2019.

Ohm, Britta Lucia Ida (26 March 2019). On a bumpy road: Female reporters covering elections (Unpublished). In: International seminar : Media as the battleground for politics: Indian elections 2019. Brussels Center for Journalism Studies, KU Leuven, Belgium. 26.03.2019.

Ohm, Britta Lucia Ida (2018). Live-Reporting and Democracy: The Non-Publishable Crime of the Televised anti-Muslim Violence in Gujarat 2002. In: Khan, Amir Ullah; Akhtar, Abdul Azim (eds.) Vision 2025. Socio Economic Inequalities : Why does India's economic growth need an inclusive agenda? New Delhi: Institute of Objective Studies

Ohm, Britta Lucia Ida (27 March 2018). Hindu-nationalism and Kemalism: Continuities, Differences and Convergences in Mediatizing Religious Majoritarianism in India and Turkey. In: Talk at Jindal School of Journalism and Communication. Sonipat/Haryana (India). 27.03.2018.

Ohm, Britta (2013). The Ethnographic Moment: Event and Debate in Mediatized Fieldwork. Westminster Papers in Communication and Culture, 9(3), pp. 71-97. Communication and Media Research Institute of the University of Westminster

Ohm, Britta (22 July 2013). A public for democracy: overcoming mediated segregation in Turkey. Open Democracy OpenDemocracy

Ohm, Britta (2013). Adrian Athique, Indian Media (Cambridge: Polity Press, 2012). South Asia, 36(2), pp. 312-314. Routledge 10.1080/00856401.2013.787916

Ohm, Britta (2013). Meltem Ahiska, Occidentalism in Turkey: Questions of Modernity and National Identity in Turkish Broadcasting (London and New York: I.B. Tauris Publishers, 2010). - pp. 271. International Journal of Turkish Studies, 19(1&2), pp. 217-220. University of Wisconsin at Madison

Ohm, Britta Lucia Ida (2012). The Creation of an Anti-Democratic Public through Democratic Media Criticism: the Case of the Gujarat Pogrom 2002 (Unpublished). In: Tagung: Creating publics, creating democracies. University of Westminster, London. 28.6.2012.

Ohm, Britta (2011). The Televised Community: Culture, Politics and the Market of Visual Representation in India. Frankfurt: Europa-Universiät Viadrina

Ohm, Britta (2011). The Secularism of the State and the Secularism of Consumption: 'Honesty', 'Treason' and the Dynamics of Religious Visibility on Television in India and Turkey. European journal of cultural studies, 14(6), pp. 664-684. London: Sage Publications 10.1177/1367549411419979

Ohm, Britta (2011). Honesty and Treason: The Inversions of Secularism and Religion on Commercialising Television in India and Turkey; interdisziplinäre Vortragsreihe (Prof. David Herbert) Religions and Modernities: Encounters and Mediations from Europe to South East Asia, Universität Agder, Kristiansand/Norwegen, 7.9.2011.

Ohm, Britta (2011). Commercial Neutrality and Journalist Objectivity: The Naturalisation of Hindutva and the Precarious State of Democratic Secular TV Reporting in post-Gujarat India; internationale Konferenz The Changing Face of Journalism in India, India Media Centre, University of Westminster, London/UK, 12.9.2011.

Ohm, Britta (2011). Globalisierung und transnationale Medienkonzerne; Gastvorlesung in der Thematischen Vorlesung (Prof. Julia Eckert) Anthropologie des Transnationalismus und des Staates, Institut für Sozialanthropologie, Universität Bern, 12.10.2011.

Ohm, Britta (2010). Forgetting to Remember: The Privatisation of the Public, the Economisation of Hindutva, and the Medialisation of Genocide. In: Banaji, Shakuntala (ed.) South Asian Media Cultures: Audiences, Representations, Context. Anthem South Asian Studies (pp. 123-144). London: Anthem Press

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