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Ronit Ricci. 2/1/2021. “Telling Stories of Seas, Islands, and Ships: A Sri Lankan Malay Perspective.” Positions: Asia Critique, 29, 1, Pp. 203–224. Publisher's Version
Ronit Ricci. 4/2020. “Sound Across Languages.” Philological Encounters, 5, 2, Pp. 97-111.
Ronit Ricci. 2020. “Prince Darmakusuma’s Death. A Conversion Tale from Java, Indonesia.” In Turning to Mecca: A Sourcebook on Conversion to Islam, edited by Simonsohn Yarbrough and Hurvitz, Sahner, Pp. 326-329. Oakland: University of California Press.
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Ronit Ricci, Greg Fealy, Ronit Ricci, and Greg Fealy. 2019. “Diversity and its Discontents: An Overview of Minority-Majority Relations in Indonesia.” In Contentious Belonging: The Place of Minorities in Indonesia, Pp. 1-16. Singapore: ISEAS.
Ronit Ricci and May Hawas. 2018. “Along the Frontiers of Religion, Language and War: Baba Ounus Saldin’s Syair Faid al-Abad.” In The Routledge Companion to World Literature and World History, Pp. 82-92. London: Routledge.
Ronit Ricci. 2018. “Muslim and Javanese in the Diaspora: preliminary thoughts on Javanese religious life in colonial Ceylon.” In Transformation of Religions as Reflected in Javanese Texts, edited by Yumi Sugahara and Willem van der Molen, Pp. 160-179. Tokyo: Tokyo University of Foreign Studies.
Ronit Ricci. 11/2016. “Jawa, Melayu, Malay or Otherwise? The Shifting Nomenclature of the Sri Lankan Malays.” Indonesia and the Malay World, 44, 130, Pp. 409-423.
Ronit Ricci. 10/2016. “Thoughts on Writing Literary History: The Case of the Sri Lankan Malays.” PMLA, 131, 5, Pp. 1444-1451.
Ronit Ricci. 3/2016. “Reading between the Lines: A World of Interlinear Translation.” Journal of World Literature, 1, 1, Pp. 68-80.
Ronit Ricci. 2016. “From Java to Jaffna: Exile and Return in Dutch Asia in the Eighteenth Century.” In Exile in Colonial Asia: Kings, Convicts, Commemoration, Pp. 04-116. Honolulu: University of Hawaii Press.
Ronit Ricci. 2016. “Soldier and Son in Law, Spreader of the Faith and Scribe: ‘Ali’s representations in Javanese Literature.” In Shi’ism in Southeast Asia: ‘Alid Piety and Sectarian Constructions, Pp. 51-62. London: Hurst.
2016. Exile in Colonial Asia: Kings, Convicts, Commemoration. Honolulu: University of Hawai’i Press. Abstract
Ronit Ricci. 2016. “Introduction.” In Exile in Colonial Asia: Kings, Convicts, Commemoration, edited by Ronit Ricci, Pp. 1-19. Honolulu: University of Hawaii Press.
Ronit Ricci. 12/2015. “Reading a History of Writing: Heritage, Religion, and Script Change in Java.” Itinerario, 39, 3, Pp. 419-435.
Ronit Ricci. 4/2014. “Asian and Islamic Crossing: Malay Writing in Nineteenth Century Sri Lanka.” South Asian History and Culture, 5, 2, Pp. 179-194. Abstract
Reprinted in Culture and Power in South Asian Islam: Defying the Perpetual Exception, ed. Neilesh Bose (New York and London: Routledge, 2015).
Pages 92-95
Ronit Ricci. 2014. “Remembering Java’s Islamization: A View from Sri Lanka.” In Global Islam in the Age of Steam and Print, Pp. 185-203. Los Angeles: University of California Press.