Dhattiwala, R. (forthcoming). The Riot Explained: Political Logic, Spatial Configuration, and Communal Cooperation in Hindu-Muslim violence in Gujarat, 2002. Cambridge University Press.  


Asif, M. & Weenink, D. 'Vigilante rituals theory: A cultural explanation of vigilante violence'. European Journal of Criminology, 1-20, 2019.


Keesman, L. & Weenink, D. 'I Taught Myself to not Go towards that Fear’. How Social workers Manage their Bodies and Emotions in Tense and Threatening situations. Submitted to Journal of Social Work, 2017.

Mosselman, F., D. Weenink and M. Lindegaard-Rosenkrantz 2018. ‘Weapons, Body Postures, and the Quest for Dominance in Robberies. A Qualitative Analysis of Video Footage’. Journal of Research in Crime and  Delinquency 2017 55 (1): 3-26. Special issue ‘Crime caught on camera’.

Dhattiwala, R. 2017. ‘Mapping the Self: Challenges of Insider Research in a Riot-affected City and Strategies to Improve Data Quality’. Contemporary South Asia (Special issue) 25 (1): 7-22.

van Rompu, M.F.S. 2017. From the Screen to the Streets: The de facto impact of violent contemporary favela films. Entropia , 1(2), 90-130.


Justice Tankebe & Muhammad Asif. 2016. ‘Police Legitimacy and Support for Vigilante Violence in Pakistan’. International Journal of Comparative and Applied Criminal Justice 40:4, 295-314. 

Dhattiwala, R. 2016. ‘The Ecology of Ethnic Violence: Attacks on Muslims in Ahmedabad in 2002’. Qualitative Sociology 39 (1): 71-95. Online first: December 28, 2015 (doi: 10.1007/s11133-015-9320-5). 

Dhattiwala, R. 2016. ‘Next-door Strangers: Explaining ‘Neighbourliness’ between Hindus and Muslims in a Riot-affected City’. In R. Hassan (ed.) Indian Muslims: Struggling for Equality of Citizenship. Melbourne: Melbourne University Press.


Weenink, D. 2015. ‘Taking the Conservative Protestant Thesis across the Atlantic: A Comparative Analysis of the Relationships between Violence, Religion, and Stimulants Use in Rural Netherlands’. British Journal of Criminology 55(5): 966-86.

Don Weenink. 2015. Groups and Violence. A Micro-Sociological Research Programme [Groupviolence] ERC Consolidator Grant Proposal. Grant no. 683133. Part B1, Part B2

Weenink, D. 2015. ‘Performing Badness and Contesting Dominance: A Micro-sociological Analysis of the Forms, Situational Asymmetry and Severity of Street Violence’. Sociological Forum 30(1): 83-102.


Weenink, D. 2014. ‘Frenzied Attacks: A Micro-sociological Analysis of the Emotional Dynamics of Extreme Youth Violence’. British Journal of Sociology 65(3): 411-33.

Jonathan Jackson, Muhammad Asif, Ben Bradford and Muhammad Zakria Zakar. 2014. ‘Corruption and Police Legitimacy in Lahore, Pakistan’. British Journal of Criminology 54, 1067–1088. 

Susewind, R. and Dhattiwala, R. 2014. ‘Spatial Variation in the “Muslim Vote” in Gujarat and Uttar Pradesh, 2014’. Economic and Political Weekly 49 (39): 99-110.

Dhattiwala, R. 2014. 'The Puzzle of the BJP’s Muslim Supporters in Gujarat’. The Hindu Centre for Politics and Public Policy. Chennai: India. (Reprint) 2015. Internationales Asienforum/ International Quarterly for Asian Studies 45 (3-4). 


Weenink, D. 2013. ‘Decontrolled by Solidarity: Understanding Recreational Violence in Moral Holidays’. Human Figurations 3: 1-13.


Dhattiwala, R. and Biggs, M. 2012. ‘The Political Logic of Ethnic Violence: The Anti-Muslim Pogrom in Gujarat, 2002'. Politics & Society 40 (4): 483-516. 


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