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Stadtler, Florian (2017). ‘Home’ front: Indian soldiers and civilians in Britain, 1939–45. In: Roy, Kaushik and Rand, Gavin eds. Culture, Conflict and the Military in Colonial South Asia. War and Society in South Asia. Routledge, pp. 258–276.

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Stadtler, Florian (2013). Fiction, Film, and Indian Popular Cinema: Salman Rushdie's Novels and the Cinematic Imagination. Routledge Research in Postcolonial Literatures. Abingdon: Routledge.

Florian, Stadtler (2013). Britain's forgotten volunteers: Indian contributions in the two World Wars. In: Ranasinha, Ruvani ed. South Asians and the Shaping of Britain: A sourcebook. Manchester: Manchester University Press.

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Bainbridge, Emma and Stadtler, Florian (2012). Calling from London, talking to India: South Asian networks at the BBC and the case of G.V. Desani. In: Nasta, Susheila ed. India in Britain: South Asian Networks and Connections, 1858-1950. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan, pp. 164–178.

Ranasinha, Ruvani; Ahmed, Rehana; Mukherjee, Sumita and Stadtler, Florian eds. (2012). South Asians and the Shaping of Britain, 1870−1950: A Sourcebook. Manchester: Manchester University Press.

Stadtler, Florian (2012). Britain’s forgotten volunteers: South Asian contributions to the Two World Wars. In: Ranasinha, Ruvani; Ahmed, Rehana; Mukherjee, Sumita and Stadtler, Florian eds. South Asians and the shaping of Britain, 1870−1950. Manchester: Manchester University Press.

Stadtler, Florian (2012). Rushdie’s hero as audience - interpreting India through Indian popular cinema. In: Benwell, Bethan; Procter, James and Robinson, Gemma eds. Postcolonial Audiences:Readers, Viewers and Reception. Routledge Research in Postcolonial Literatures. New York: Routledge, pp. 115–127.

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Stadtler, Florian (2011). 'For every O’Dwyer ... there is a Shaheed Udham Singh': the Caxton Hall assassination of Michael O’Dwyer. In: Ahmed, Rehana and Mukherjee, Sumita eds. South Asian Resistances in Britain, 1858 - 1947. London: Continuum, pp. 19–34.

Stadtler, Florian (2011). ‘Nobody from Bombay should be without a basic film vocabulary’: Midnight’s Children and the visual culture of Indian popular cinema. In: Mendes, Ana Cristina ed. Salman Rushdie and Visual Culture: Celebrating Impurity, Disrupting Borders. Routledge Studies in Twentieth-Century Literature. New York: Routledge, pp. 123–138.

Nasta, Susheila; Stadtler, Florian and Visram, Rozina (2011). Asians in Britain, 1858-1950. The British Library.

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Nasta, Susheila; Stadtler, Florian; Visram, Rozina; Pulham, Sheila and Villani, Lisa (2010). South Asians making Britain: timeline. Guardian Newspapers, UK.

Nasta, Susheila; Ahmed, Rehana; Stadtler, Florian; Mukherjee, Sumita; Boehmer, Elleke and Ranasinha, Ruvani (2010). Making Britain: discover how South Asians shaped the nation, 1870-1950. The Open University.

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Stadtler, Florian (2009). Terror, globalization and the individual in Salman Rushdie's Shalimar the Clown. Journal of Postcolonial Writing, 45(2) pp. 191–199.

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Stadtler, Florian (2007). Cultural connections: Lagaan and its audience responses. In: Bainbridge, Emma ed. Connecting Cultures. ThirdWorlds. Routledge.

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