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Publications - Ricci, Ronit

Please contact this author at Ronit.Ricci@anu.edu.au for other publications information.

Journal articles

  • Ricci, R (2014). Asian and Islamic crossings: Malay writing in nineteenth-century Sri Lanka South Asian History and Culture. Vol. 5 179-194.
  • Ricci, R (2013). The Malay World, Expanded: The world's first Malay newspaper, Colombo, 1869 Indonesia and the Malay World. Vol. 41 168-182.
  • Ricci, R (2013). Perfect wedding, penniless life: Ali and Fatima in a Sri Lankan Malay text South Asian History and Culture. Vol. 4 266-277.
  • Ricci, R (2012). The discovery of Javanese writing in a Sri Lankan Malay manuscript Bijdragen tot de Taal-, Land- en Volkenkunde (Journal of the Humanities and Social Sciences of Southeast Asia and Oceania). Vol. 168 511-518.
  • Ricci, R (2012). Thresholds of Interpretation on the Threshold of Change: Paratexts in Late 19th-century Javanese Manuscripts Journal of Islamic Manuscripts. Vol. 3 185-210.
  • Ricci, R (2012). Citing as a site: Translation and circulation in Muslim South and Southeast Asia Modern Asian Studies. Vol. 46 331-353.
  • Ricci, R (2010). Islamic Literary Networks in South and Southeast Asia Journal of Islamic Studies. Vol. 21 Jan-28.
  • Ricci, R (2010). The Ambiguous Figure of the Jew in Javanese Literature Indonesia and the Malay World. Vol. 38 403-417.
  • Ricci, R (2010). INTRODUCTION: Jews in Indonesia: perceptions and histories Indonesia and the Malay World. Vol. 38 325-27.
  • Ricci, R (2010). On the untranslatability of translation: Considerations from Java, Indonesia Translation Studies. Vol. 3 287-301.
  • Ricci, R (2009). Conversion to Islam on Java and the Book of One Thousand Questions Bijdragen tot de Taal-, Land- en Volkenkunde (Journal of the Humanities and Social Sciences of Southeast Asia and Oceania). Vol. 165 Aug-31.
  • Ricci, R (2008). A Jew on Java, a Tamil Torah Scholar and a Model Malay Rabbi: Representations of Abdullah Ibnu Salam in the 'Book of One Thousand Questions Journal of the Royal Asiatic Society of Great Britain and Ireland. Vol. 18 481-495.
  • Becker, A & Ricci, R (2008). What Happens When You Really Listen: On Translating the Old Javanese Ramayana; Ramayana Kakawin, Translation and Essay Indonesia. Vol. 85 Jan-30.

Books

  • Ricci, R & van der Putten, J (2011). Translation in Asia: theories, practices, histories . Manchester UK: St. Jerome Publishing.
  • Ricci, R (2011). Islam Translated: Literature, Conversion, and the Arabic Cosmopolis of South and Southeast Asia . Chicago USA: University of Chicago Press.

Book chapters

  • Ricci, R (2012). World Literature and Muslim Southeast Asia. In Theo D'haen, David Damrosch, Djelal Kadir (Ed.), The Routledge Companion to World Literature (pp. 497-506) Oxford UK: Routledge, Taylor & Francis Group.
  • Ricci, R (2011). On the Untranslatability of 'Translation' Considerations from Java, Indonesia. In Ronit Ricci and Jan Van der Putten (Ed.), Translation in Asia: theories, practices, histories (pp. 57-72) Manchester UK: St. Jerome Publishing.
  • Ricci, R & van der Putten, J (2011). Translation in Asia : theories, practices, histories: Introduction. In Ronit Ricci and Jan Van der Putten (Ed.), Translation in Asia: theories, practices, histories (pp. 1-Jul) Manchester UK: St. Jerome Publishing.
  • Ricci, R (2009). Saving Tamil Muslims from the Torments of Hell: Vannpparimalappulavar's Ayira Macala. In (Ed.), In Islam in South Asia in Practice (pp. 507) New Jersey, US: Princeton University Press.
  • Ricci, R (2009). From Jewish Disciple to Muslim Guru: On Literary and Religious Transformations in Late Nineteenth Century Java. In R. Michael Feener and Terenjit Sevea (Ed.), Islamic Connections: Muslim Societies in South and Southeast Asia (pp. 68-85) Singapore: Institute of Southeast Asian Studies (ISEAS).

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