Südasien-Institut [South Asia Institute]
Universität Heidelberg [Heidelberg University]

Wolfgang-Peter Zingel

Associate Member, South Asia Institute (SAI)
2017: Visiting Faculty, National
Institute of Pakistan Studies (NIPS),
Qaid-e-Azam University (QAU) and
Visiting fellow, Institute of Strategic Studies Islamabad (ISSI)

2014-15: Visiting Fellow, Academy of International Studies, Jamia Millia Islamia, New Delhi
2011 Visiting Fellow, NIPS/QAU, Islamabad
1971-2010: Wissenschaftlicher Mitarbeiter, Südasien-Institut,
 Abteilung Internationale Wirtschafts- und Entwicklungspolitik [International Economics]


Thematische Schwerpunkte [main fields of interest]]
  Beiträge zu Handbüchern und Lexika [country referen]ce material]
Lehrveranstaltungen [teaching]
Neuere Vorträge [recent lectures] - Vorträge bis [lectures until] 2013
Neuere Veröffentlichungen [recent publications]  - Veröffentlichungen bis [List of publications up to] 2013
Veröffentlichungen zu [Publications on]: Bangladesch [Bangladesh], Indien [India], Pakistan
 Neuere Buchbesprechungen [recent book reviews] - Buchbesprechungen [List of book reviews]
  Literaturhinweise [bibliographies]
 Links

    
Dr. rer. pol. Wolfgang-Peter Zingel, Diplom-Volkswirt 
Südasien-Institut
Abteilung Internationale Wirtschafts- und Entwicklungspolitik 
Raum 403 [3. Stock]
Tel.: +49 6221 - 54 89 13 
Fax: +49 6221 - 54 88 19 
e-mail: h93@ix.urz.uni-heidelberg.de
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Adresse [mailing address]:
Südasien-Institut  
Im Neuenheimer Feld 330
 D-69120 Heidelberg
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Thematische Schwerpunkte [Main fields of interest]

Volkswirtschaftliche Politikanalyse [Economic policy analysis] Sozialökonomische Analyse [Socio-economic analysis] Ökologie / Ressourcenökonomik [Ecology, natural resources] Beiträge zu Handbüchern, Lexika und anderen Nachschlagewerken [Contributions to reference works]

Bertelsmann Transformation Index / Brockhaus Enzyklopädie / Elections in Asia / Handbuch der Außenwirtschaftspolitiken / Handbuch der Dritten Welt / Internationales Gewerkschaftshandbuch / Investmenthandbuch Asien / Jahrbuch Indien / Lexikon der Dritten Welt / Lexikon der Überseegeschichte / Meyers Kontinente und Meere / Munzinger-Archiv / Politisches Lexikon Nahost/Nordafrika / Sozialpolitik in Asien / Sozialpolitik in Entwicklungsländern / Wirtschaftshandbuch Asien-Pazifik. Beiträge [contributions]

Lehrveranstaltungen [Teaching]:

National Institute of Pakistan Studies (NIPS) of the Quaid-i-Azam University, Islamabad, Visiting faculty [Gastdozentur] 2011 funded by DAAD; 2017 supported by Hanns Seidel Stiftung (HSF).

Distribution, management and politics of water resources of Pakistan, Spring term 2017

Economic development of Pakistan. MA-Course, Spring term 2017

Local self-government. MSc-Course, Spring term 2011

Economic history of Pakistan. MPhil-Course, Spring term 2011

Hochschule Konstanz, Fakultät Wirtschafts- und Sozialwissenschaften [Faculty of Economics and Social Sciences, Hochschule Konstanz of Applied Sciences]

Wirtschaftspraxis Indien, Masterprogramm Interkulturelles Asien, WS 2011/12 [Business practice India, MA-course 'Intercultural Asia', winter term 2011/2012]

Universität Heidelberg [Heidelberg University] 2009 to 2011

Wirtschafts- und Agrarpolitik in Südasien [Economic and agricultural policy in South Asia], jeweils im Sommersemester [read last in summer 2011]  Titelblatt, Gliederung und Vorwort [Front page, table of contents, preface] -- 1 Einleitung [Introduction] -- 2 Rahmenbedingungen: 2.1 Der historische Hintergrund -- 2.2 Die natürlichen Produktionsbedingungen -- 2.3 Die Bevölkerungs- und Erwerbsstruktur -- 2.4 Infra- und Suprastruktur -- 2.5 Das Wirtschafts- und Gesellschaftssystem -- Tabellen [tables].

Wirtschaft und Staat in Südasien [Economy and state in South Asia],
Wintersemester 2010/11 [winter term 2010].

Südasien in der Weltwirtschaft: bilaterale, regionale und globale Abkommen
[South Asia in the world economy: bilateral, regioanl and gloabl agreements]
,
Sommersemester 2010 [summer term 2010].

Wirtschaftssysteme in Südasien [Economic systems in South Asia], Wintersemester 2009/10 [winter term 2009/10]

Politische Ökonomie des Hungers [Politicla economy of hunger], Wintersemester 2009/10 [winter term 2009/10]

Politische Ökonomie des Staatszerfalls: Pakistan und Bangladesch [Political economy of state failing: Pakistan and Bangladesh], Sommersemester 2009 [summer term 2009]

Neuere Vorträge und Arbeitspapiere [Recent lectures and working papers]

2018

South Asian crossroads: On the role of CPEC and other economic corridors in the region (with Veena Ravikumar). 25th European Conference on South Asian Studies (ECSAS), Paris, Panel 27: Economic corridors: development and regional cooperation in South Asia and beyond. 24-27 July, 2018.

Die Asiatische Herausforderung. Schülerlabor. Heidelberg CATS. Von Thadden Gymnasium, 16. März 2018.

Megastädte Südasiens. Volkshochschule Ladenburg-Ilvesheim. 29. Januar 2018.

2017

Wasser: Wirtschaftliche, ökologische, soziale und politische Bedingungen einer nachhaltigen Wassernutzung. Impulsvortrag für das "Schülerlabor" des Zentrums für Asien- und Interdisziplinäre Studien (CATS) der Universität Heidelberg für Schüler des Gymnasiums Schwetzingen zum Thema "Nachhaltigkeit in Wirtschaft, Technik und Gesellschaft" am 9. November 2017.

Bangladesh's economic revival. Seminar: Bangabandhu und Bangladesch. Bangabandhu Foundation Germany. Frankfurt. 7. Oktober 2017.

Pakistan und seine schwierige Nachbarschaft: Versuch einer Positionsbestimmung (ökonomisch, ökologisch, sozial, politisch). 2. Mitteldeutscher Südasientag, Halle (Saale), 23. Juni 2017.

Economy and ecology as factors of neighbourly relations: The case of Pakistan. In-house talk. Institute of Strategic Studies Islamabad (ISSI), 12 April 2017.

Multiple belongings in a multi-tier setup. Fifth international workshop on 'Reviewing citizenship and nation building in Pakistan'. Islamabad: National Institute of Pakistan Studies (NIPS) of Qaid-i-Azam University (QAU), 8 April 2017.

Wirtschaftswunderland Indien. Volkshochschule Ladenburg-Ilvesheim, 30. Januar 2017.

2016

Megacity economies in South Asia: Rural exodus, late industrialization, smart cities and informal governance. Talk at NED University of Science and Technology, Karachi, 23 December 2016.

One road - one belt and regional integration: Opportunities and challenges. Talk at Shaheed Zulfikar Ali Bhutto Institute of Science and Technology (SZABIST), Karachi, 22 December 2016.

China's Pakistan option: Economic and social implications of an 'all-weather' relationship. Talk at Information Technology University, Lahore, 21 December 2016.

From Seidenstraße to One Belt One Road: On the dynamics of trans-Asian travel, transport and trade. Contribution to the Special Panel Discussion on O'e-Belt-One Road and Regional Integration: Opportunities and Challenges. 32nd Annual General Metting and Conference: 'Pakistan-China Economic Corridor and Regional Integration'. The Pakistan Society of Development Economists (PSDE). Islamabad,13 December 2016.

Discussant. South Asia's turn: Policies to boost competitiveness and create the next export powerhouse. Book launch by the World Bank. 32nd Annual General Metting and Conference: "Pakistan-China Economic Corridor and Regional Integration". The Pakistan Society of Development Economists (PSDE). Islamabad,13 December 2016.

Indien: Lebensräume - Lebensträume. Vortrag. Forchtenberg: Volkshochschule Künzelsau. 11. November 2016.

Megacity economies in South Asia. Talk at the seminar 'Slumdog or millionaire? A subcontinent between tension, terrorism and economic boom'. Akademie für politische Bildung, Tutzing. 10. Oktober 2016.

Megacitiy economies in South Asia: Rural exodus, late industrialization, smart cities and informal governance. Paper presented at the International Conference 'CityScape', organized by the German House for Research and Innovation (DWIH) at the India Habitat Centre, New Delhi. 1 October 2016.

Pakistan at crossroads. Linking South, West, Central and East Asia: On the political economy of Pakistan's difficult neighbourly relations. Prepared for the  European Conference on South Asian Studies. Panel 21: South Asia's changing security environment. Warsaw. 29 July 2016 [Abstract distributed, not attended].

India-EU FTA: Indian bilateralism vs. South Asian regionalism? Paper prepared for Conference 'Regional cooperation within and across South Asia'.  Hosted by Ryszard Czarnecki, Vice-President of the European Parliament. Organised by South Asia Democratic Forum, European Regional Science Association and the Institute of South Asian Studies, Sichuan University. Brussels, 4 May 2016. -- Published in: Sumana Bandyopadhyay et al. (eds.): Regional cooperation in South Asia. Socio-economic, spatial, ecological and institutional aspects. Cham: Springer, 2017. pp. 285-303.

Economy and ecology as factors of bilateral and regional relations along the Silk Road: The case of Pakistan. Paper prepared for the International Conference 'Silk Route as a Factor in Asian Integration', organized by the Centre for Central Asian Studies, University of Kashmir, and the Academy of International Studies, Jamia Millia Islamia, New Delhi, in Srinagar, 10-11 March 2016. [Not attended for lack of visa; short version of the paper read out by the organizer; in print].

The Muslim community in India. Lunch-débat, organized by Aide d'Enfance de l'Inde (AEI). Centre d'Information Tiers Monde (CITIM), Luxembourg, 3 February, 2016.
   
Wachstum und Verteilung in Indien. 2 Vorträge vor Schülern des Lycée Aline-Mayrisch. Luxemburg, 2. Februar 2016.
               
Growth versus equity: Consequences? Seminar. Indian Business Chamber of Luxembourg & Aide d'Enfance de l'Inde. Luxembourg: BNP Paribas, 1 February, 2016.

Indien: Die kommende Weltmacht, Wirtschaftsmacht, Wissensmacht. Gesellschaft für Erd- und Völkerkunde zu Stuttgart e.V. Linden-Museum. Stuttgart, 29. Januar 2016.

2015

Pakistan und China. Zur wirtschaftlichen und sozialen Bedeutung einer Allwetter-Freundschaft. Deutsch-Pakistanisches Forum. Berlin, 26. Oktober 2015.

Made in Bangladesh: Opportunities and threats of a brand name. Panel discussion on Bangladesh. Berlin, 24 October 2015.

The New Silk Road Project: China's corridor options. Panel dicussion on: The New Silk Road: The China-Pakistan Economic Corridor. South Asia Institute of Heidelberg University, 15 October 2015.

When might India rival China as the world's workshop? Talk to the European Parliament's Delegation for Relations with India. Strasbourg: European Parliament, 8 October 2015.

China's Pakistan option. Economic and social implications of an 'all-weather' relationship. Academy of International Studies, Jamia Millia Islamia, New Delhi, 2 March 2015.

Pakistan: The political economy of a failing (?) state. Academy of International Studies, Jamia Millia Islamia, New Delhi, 26 February 2015.

Studying in Germany. Opportunities for Jamia students. Academy of International Studies, Jamia Millia Islamia, New Delhi, 5 February 2015.

2014

Economy and ecology as factors in South Asian cooperation. Global Conference on Managing in Recovering Markets. Adelaide: University of South Australia, 8-9 November 2014.

On Culture. European Bangladesh Cultural Forum (EBCF), Conference. Frankfurt, 13. September, 2014. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8F7OuP8PWxU

Die deutsch-indischen Wirtschaftsbeziehungen. Indien-Seminar. Bertelsmann-Stiftung. Gütersloh, 29. Juli 2014.

Economy and ecology as factors in South Asian collaboration. 23rd European Conference on South Asian Sudies. Zürich, 23-26 July, 2014.

Creative economy and the death of distance: The end of urbanization? Paper read at the International Conference on Sustainable Development (ICDS): South Asian Conundrum. University of Bonn, 9-12 July, 2014.

Die deutsch-indischen Wirtschaftsbeziehungen im Spiegel der indischen Außenwirtschaftspolitik. Beitrag zum Seminar: Indien. Globaler Akteur mit Hindernissen. Landeszentrale für politische Bildung Baden-Württemberg. Bad Urach, 21. Juni 2014.

Moloch Megacity: Indische Metropolen und das Problem ihrer Versorgung. Indien-Institut München. 14. Mai 2014.

Creative economy and the death of distance: The end of urbanization? Contribution to an international conference on Creative Economy, Creative University and Creative Development. Ideas, knowledges and paths towards sutainability, happiness and wellbeing. 3rd Creative University Conference. Royal University of Bhutan, Thimphu, 14-16 April 2014.

Possible solutions to energy problems in an emerging economy. Contribution to the International Workshop on Bangladesh Energy. Fachhochschule Köln. Gummersbach, 16. Januar 2014.

Vorträge in den Vorjahren [Earlier lectures]

Neuere Veröffentlichungen [Recent publications]:

2018

Acknowledgements. In: Karl Jettmar: The religions of the Hindukush. Bangkok: Orchid, 2018, pp. xi-xii. ISBN 978-974-524-218-0.

Annäherungen an den urbanen Raum:  Megastädte in Südasien. In: Südasien. Bonn: Südasienbüro. 38(2018)1, pp. 14-18. ISSN 0933-5196.

Mega-Urban economies in Dhaka - Current dynamics, discourses and challenges. In: Frauke Kraas et al (eds.): Megacities - Megachallenges, pp. 86-88 [in print].

Nepal. In: Wirtschaftshandbuch Aien-Pazifik 2018/19 [im Druck].

2017

Economy and ecology as factors of Pakistan's regional integration in an Asian context.  In: Strategic Studies. Islamabad: Institute of Strategic Studies Islamabad (ISSI). Islamabad, 2017. 27 pp. ISSN1029-0990.

India-EU FTA: Indian bilateralism vs. South Asian regionalism? In: Sumana Bandyopadhyay, André Torre, Paulo Casaca, Tomasz Detinho (eds.): Regional cooperation in South Asia. Socio-economic, spatial, ecological and institutional aspects. Cham: Springer, 2017. pp. 285-303. ISBN 978-3-319-56746-4.

Indiens Nordosten in Zahlen: Die wirtschaftliche und soziale Entwicklung. In: Südasien. Bonn: Südasienbüro. 37(2017)4, pp. 11-13. ISSN 0933-5196.

Nepal. In: Wirtschaftshandbuch Asien-Pazifik 2017/18. Hamburg: Ostasiatischer Verein (OAV), 2017, pp. 385-399. ISBN 978-3-9806557-9-8.

Conference report: 32nd Annual General Meeting and Conference of the Pakistan Society of Development Economists (PSDE). Islamabad, December 13-15, 2016. In: International Quarterly for Asian Studies (Internationales Asienforum). Freiburg: Arnold Bergsträsser Institut. 48(July 2017)1-2, pp. 158-161. ISSN 0020-9449.

2016

Time running out for Modi's "Make in India". In: Insight Asia-Pacific, Hamburg: OAV, (October 2016)3, pp. 22-23.

Entwicklungsplanung und Wirtschaftspolitik im unabhängigen Indien. In: Zeitschrift für Weltgeschichte. Frankfurt: Peter Lang. 17(Frühjahr 2016)1, pp.135-142. ISSN 1615-2581.

2015

Bangladesh. Bridge between South and Southest Asia. SADF Focus no. 6. Brussels: South Asia Democratic Forum. 2015. 6 p. ISSN 2406-5617.
 

Bangladesh - Linking South and Southeast Asia? In: Insight Asia-Pacific. Hamburg: OAV German-Asian Business Association. (2015)2. pp. 10-11.

Bhutan. In: Hermann Joseph Hiery (Hrsg.): Lexikon zur Überseegeschichte. Stuttgart: Franz Steiner, 2015, p. 101. ISBN 978-3-515-10000-7.

China's Pakistan option: Economic and social implications of an 'all-weather relationship'. In: IIC Quarterly. New Delhi: Indian International Center. 42(autumn 2015)2, pp. 14-24. ISSN 0376-9771.

Cooperative principles. In: Golam Abu Zakaria (ed.): Tagore: Wanderer between worlds. Dhaka: Bangla Academy 2014, pp. 184-204. ISBN 984-07-5354-1.

Creative economy and the death of distance: The end of urbanization? In: Mazharul M. Islam and Moazzem Hossain (eds.): Sustainable Development (ICDS): South Asian Conundrum. Dhaka: IIDS Australia - IIMS India - BEN Germany, 2015. pp. 123-140. ISBN 978-984-33-8819-3. -- Also published in: : International Journal of Development Management (IJDM). Brisbane: IIDM-IDS Australia. Special Issue. 3(July-August 2015)1, pp. 37-46 [References not printed]. ISSN 1838-3149.

Economy and ecology as factors in South Asian cooperation. In: Muhammad Iqbal Chawla (ed.): Socio economic cooperation between India and Pakistan. Challenges and prospects. Lahore: Research Society of Pakistan, 2015. pp. 139-157. ISBN 978-9694251127.

Indien als (kommende) Weltmacht, Wirtschaftsmacht, Wissensmacht? In: Geographische Rundschau. Braunschweig: Westermann. 67(2015)1, pp. 4-9. ISSN 0016-7460.

No more famines? Food security and migration in times of climate change. In: Bishawjit Mallick and Benjamin Etzold: Environment, migration and adaptation. Evidence and politics of climate change in Bangladesh. Dhaka: AHDPH. 2015. pp. vii, 63-77. ISBN 978-984-91037-9-0. Vgl. auch Researchgate:
https://www.researchgate.net/publication/272486258_Environment_Migration_and_Adaptation_-_Evidence_of_Politics_of_Climate_Change_in_Bangladesh

2014

Conference reports: Towards an Asian Century: Future of economic cooperation in SAARC countries; Islamabad 2013; Socio-economic cooperation between India and Pakistan, Lahore 2013. In: Internationales Asienforum. Freiburg.45(2014)1-2, pp. 249-252. ISSN 0020-9449.

Conferene reports: Creative economy, creative university and creative development. Ideas, knowledges and paths towards sustainability, happiness and wellbeing. 3rd crerative university conference. Royal University ob Bhutan. Thimphu 2014.
In: Internationales Asienforum. Freiburg.45(2014)1-2, pp. 253-255. ISSN 0020-9449.

Economic cooperation among SAARC countries: An EU perspective. In: Mushir Anwar (ed.): Towards an Asian century: Future of economic cooperation in SAARC countries. Islamabad: Islamabad Policy Research Institute (IPRI), 2014. pp. 209-232. - Also at: https://mpra.ub.uni-muenchen.de/59275/ perspective. 

The economics of Pakistan-Afghanistan relations: implications for the region. In: India Quarterly. New Delhi. 70(January-March 2014)1, pp. 1-14. ISSN
0974-9284.

Food security in Dhaka: Between global risks and local vulnerabilities (Markus Keck, Benjamin Etzold, Hans-Georg Bohle, Wolfgang-Peter Zingel). In: Frauke Kraas, Surinder Aggarwal, Martin Coy, Günter Mertins (eds.): Megacities. Our global future. Dordrecht: Springer. 2014. ISBN 978-90-481-3416-8.

Food security in South Asia: Much needed regional cooperation. In: Siegfried O. Wolf, Paulo Casaca, Anne J. Flanagan, Cétia Rodrigues (eds.): The merits of regional cooperation. The case  of South Asia. Cham: Springer. 2014. pp. 79-86. ISBN 978-3-319-02233-8. [Not identical with the article in The Daily Star, Dhaka, 2013]

Introduction. In: Golam Abu Zakaria (ed.): Tagore: Wanderer between worlds. Dhaka: Bangla Academy 2014, pp. xi-xiv. ISBN 984-07-5354-1.

Südasien im deutschen Fernsehen: Die Video-Sammlung des Südasien-Instituts. In: Masala. Newsletter. Virtuelle Fachbibliothek Südasien. Heidelberg: Südasien-Institut der Universität Heidelberg. 10(2015)1, pp. 34-42.

Transformation Index BTI 2014. Political management in international comparison (Country expert for Asia and Oceania). Gütersloh: Verlag Bertelsmann Stiftung 2014.

Wirtschaftssystem und wirtschaftliche Entwicklung in Indien. Bonn: Bundeszentrale für politische Bildung. 2014.

List of earlier publications
 

Neuere Buchbesprechungen [recent book reviews]

Sheikh Mujibur Rahman: Die unvollendete Autobiographie. Heidelberg: Draupadi Verlag, 2018. In: Asien, Hamburg, Nr. 47 [im Druck]

Nichola Khan (ed.): Cityscapes of violence in Karachi. Publics and counterpublics. London: Hurst & Company. 2017. In: International Quarterly for Asian Studies (Internationales Asienforum). Freiburg: Arnold Bergsträsser Institut. 48(Autumn 2017)3-4, pp. 289-292. ISSN 0020-9449.

Ali Riaz and Mohammad Sajjadur Rahman (eds.): Routledge handbook of contemporary Bangladesh. London: Routledge, 2015. In: International Quarterly for Asian Studies (Internationales Asienforum). Freiburg: Arnold Bergsträsser Institut. 48(July 2017)1-2, pp. 141-143. ISSN 0020-9449.

Jürgen Waseem Frembgen / Paul Rollier: Wrestlers, Pigeon Fanciers, and Kite Fliers. Traditional Sports and Pastimes in Lahore. Karachi: Oxford University Press, 2014. In: Internationales Asienforum / International Quarterly for Asian Studies. Freiburg: Arnold Bergsträsser Institut. 47(Spring 2016)1-2, pp. 139-140. ISSN 0020-9449.

Gary J. Bass: The Blood Telegram. Nixon, Kissinger and a forgotten genocide. New York: Alfred A. Knopf. 2013 / Namrata Goswami: Just war theory and India's intervention in East Pakistan. New Delhi: Academy of International Studies, Jamia Millia Islamia. 2014. / Srinath Raghavan: 1971. A global history of the creation of Bangladesh. Cambridge, Mass.: Harvard UP. 2013. In: Internationales Asienforum. International Quarterly for Asian Studies. Freiburg: Arnold Bergstraesser Institut. 46(Autumn 2015)3-4, pp. 388-393. ISSN 0020-9449.

Katja Mielke, Conrad Schetter: Pakistan: Land der Extreme. Geschichte - Politik - Kultur. Beck'sche Reihe 6166. München: Verlag C. H. Beck, 2013. In: Internationales Asienforum. International Quarterly for Asian Studies. Freiburg: Arnold Bergstraesser Institut. 46(Spring 2015)1-2, pp. 191-193. ISSN 0020-9449.

William Dalrymple: Return of a king. The battle for Afghanistan 1839-42. London: Bloomsbury. 2013. In: Asien. The German Journal on Contemporary Asia. Hamburg: Deutsche Gesellschaft für Asienkunde. Nr. 129 (Oktober 2013), p. 179. ISSN 0721-5231. 

Jürgen Lütt: Das moderne Indien 1498-2004. Oldenbourg Grundriss der Geschichte. Band 40. München: Oldenbourg 2012. In: Asien. The German Journal on Contemporary Asia. Hamburg: Deutsche Gesellschaft für Asienkunde. 127(April 2013), pp. 111-114. ISSN 0721-5231. 

Dirk Bronger, Lutz Trettin: Megastädte - Global Cities Heute: Das Zeitalter Asiens? Asien: Wirtschaft und Entwicklung, Band 5. Münster: LIT Verlag, 2011. In: Asien. The German Journal on Contemporary Asia. Hamburg: Deutsche Gesellschaft für Asienkunde 128(Juli 2013), pp. 109-110. ISSN 0721-5231.

Martina Claus und Hans Hartig: Verraten und verkauft in Rourkela. Zeitzeugen berichten von der Enteignung durch das deutsch-indische Stahlwerksprojekt Rourkela. Herausgegeben von der Adivasi Koordination in Deutschland e.V. Heidelberg: Draupadi Verlag 2011. In: Internationales Asienforum. International Quarterly for Asian Studies. Freiburg: Arnold Bergstraesser Institut. 43(November 2012)3-4, pp. 386-387. ISSN 0020-9449.

Earlier book reviews

Literatur [Bibliographies]

Himachal Pradesh: Literature (until mid 1990s)

Einführende Literatur zu Südasien, Afghanistan, Bangladesh, Bhutan, Indien, Malediven, Nepal, Pakistan, Sri Lanka, siehe oben ("Beiträge zur aktuellen Information und Länderkunde")


Das Fernsehprogramm wird nicht mehr erstellt, Sendungen werden nicht mehr mitgeschnitten. Vgl. auch meinen Beitrag:
Südasien im deutschen Fernsehen: Die Video-Sammlung des Südasien-Instituts. In: Masala. Newsletter. Virtuelle Fachbibliothek Südasien. Heidelberg: Südasien-Institut der Universität Heidelberg. 10(2015)1, pp. 34-42.

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