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Militello, Jacqueline Marie White; Theng, Andre Joseph; Kong, Yik Lam Charmaine and Singh, Jaspal Naveel (2023). The lingusitic landscapes of Lamma Island: Autoethnography, polycentricity and urban-rural nexus in Hong Kong. Sociolinguistic Studies, 17(4) pp. 377–402.

Williams, Quentin and Singh, Jaspal Naveel eds. (2023). Global Hiphopography. Palgrave Macmillan, Cham.

Singh, Jaspal (2023). ‘Purifying’ Hindi Translanguaging from English and Urdu Emblems: A Sociolinguistic Decolonization of the Hindu Right? In: Deumert, Ana and Makoni, Sinfree eds. From Southern Theory to Decolonizing Sociolinguistics: Voices, Questions and Alternatives. Studies in Knowledge Production and Participation (5). Bristol: Multilingual Matters, pp. 18–38.

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Singh, Jaspal (2022). Transcultural decoloniality, global hip hop and reflexive narrative analysis. In: Solange, Maria Barros and Resende, Viviane eds. Coloniality in Discourse: A Radical Critique. London: Routledge, pp. 136–154.

Singh, Jaspal and Campbell, Cameron (2022). The Enregisterment of Esh in Global Beatboxing Culture. Journal of Linguistic Anthropology, 32(2) pp. 408–430.

Porsché, Yannik; Scholz, Ronny and Singh, Jaspal eds. (2022). Institutionality: Studies of Discursive and Material (Re-)ordering. Postdisciplinary Studies in Discourse. Cham: Palgrave Macmillan.

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Singh, Jaspal (2021). Commentary: Epistemological Positionalities. Applied Linguistics, 42(6) pp. 1168–1175.

Singh, Jaspal Naveel (2021). Transcultural Voices: Narrating Hip Hop Culture in Complex Delhi. Encounters, 22. Bristol: Multilingual Matters.

Singh, Jaspal (2021). Migration, hip hop and translation zones in Delhi. In: Lee, Tong King ed. The Routledge Handbook of Translation and the City. London: Routledge, pp. 308–325.

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Singh, Jaspal (2020). The Sociolinguistic Saffronisation of India. In: Theodoropoulou, Irene and Tovar, Johanna eds. Research Companion to Language and Country Branding. Routledge Studies in Language and Identity. Abingdon: Routledge, pp. 57–71.

Singh, Jaspal (2020). Appropriate meaning: Discursive struggle and polyphonic semiosis in Indian hip hop. In: Zizek, Boris and Piepenbring, Hanna N. eds. Formen der Aneignung des Fremden. Intercultural Studies. Schriftenreihe des Zentrums für Interkulturelle Studien (ZIS), 10. Heidelberg: Universitätsverlag Winter, pp. 129–144.

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Singh, Jaspal (2016). Delhi to Bronx: Transkulturelle Historizität als transformatives Potential. In: Kämper, Heidrun; Schmidt-Brücken, Daniel and Warnke, Ingo H. eds. Textuelle Historizität: Interdisziplinäre Perspektiven auf das diskursive Apriori. Diskursmuster / Discourse Patterns (12). Berlin: Mouton De Gruyter, pp. 261–284.

Singh, Jaspal; Cserzo, Dorottya and Kantara, Argyro eds. (2016). Downscaling Culture: Revisiting Intercultural Communication. Newcastle upon Tyne: Cambridge Scholars.

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Singh, Jaspal (2013). ‘How many of us remember 1984?’: Narrating masculinity and militancy in the Khalistani rap bricolage. Sikh Formations: Religion, Culture, Theory, 9(3) pp. 339–360.


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