2019: Racialisation, ‘religious violence’ and radicalisation: the persistence of narratives of ‘Sikh extremism’, Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies, https://doi.org/10.1080/1369183X.2019.1623018
2018: Lost in Translation? The emergence of the digital Guru Granth Sahib, Sikh Formations Volume 14 (1). DOI: https://www.tandfonline.com/doi/full/10.1080/17448727.2018.1485355
2017: What ‘value’ South Asian arts in Britain?, South Asian Popular Culture Volume 14(3), pp, 155-165
2016: Samosas. and. simran: University Sikh societies in Britain in Aune, K., Stevenson, J. (Eds.), 2016. Religion and Higher Education in Europe and North America. Routledge, New York, NY.
2015: Young Sikhs’ Religious Engagement Online in Digital Methodologies in the Sociology of Religion and Belief – Theory, Method and Ethics by Sariya Cheruvallil-Contractor and Suha Shakkour (eds.) Continuum.
2015: The Voice(s) of British Sikhs in Religion in Diaspora: Cultures of Citizenship by Jane Garnett and Sondra Hausner (eds.) Palgrave
2015: Family Values: The Impact of Family Background on the Religious Lives of Young British Sikhs in Young Sikhs in a Global World by Knut A. Jacobsen and Kristina Myrvold (eds.) Ashgate.
2015: A sense of place: Sikh Identity in Britain and Hong Kong, Asian Anthropology Volume 14 (1), pp. 103-114
2014: House of the Guru? Young British Sikhs’ Engagement with Gurdwaras, Journal of Punjab Studies Volume 21, pp. 41-54
2014: The Guru’s Way: Exploring Diversity Among British Khalsa Sikhs, Religion Compass, Volume 8 (7), pp. 209-219
2014: Sikh-ing online: the role of the Internet in the religious lives of young British Sikhs, Contemporary South Asia, Volume 22 (1), pp. 82-97
2012: Keeping the Faith: Reflections on religious nurture among young British Sikhs, Journal of Beliefs and Values, Volume 33 (3), pp. 369-383
2012: Global Sikh-ers: Transnational Learning Practices of Young British Sikhs in Sikhs Across Borders by Knut A. Jacobsen and Kristina Myrvold (eds.) Continuum pp. 167–192. Please find Figure 9.1 – Word cloud answers to the survey question ‘Which websites / forums do you visit most to explore and learn about Sikhism?’ below:
2011: Sikh-ing Beliefs: British Sikh Camps in the UK in Sikhs in Europe: Migration, Identities and Representation by Knut A. Jacobsen and Kristina Myrvold (eds.) Ashgate, pp. 253–277.
2010: Review Article of “Religious reconstruction in the South Asian diasporas: from one generation to another” edited by John R. Hinnells, Contemporary South Asia (18:4), December 2010, pp 459-460.
2010: British Sikhs, Hair and the Turban in Religion and Youth by Sylvie Collins-Mayo and Ben P. Dandelion (eds.) Ashgate, pp 131-137.
2010: Head First: A Study of the perspectives of young British Sikhs on Hair and the Turban, Journal of Contemporary Religion, Volume 25 (2), pp. 203 – 220
2009: Review Article of “Sikh nationalism and identity in a global age” by Giorgio Shani, Contemporary South Asia (17:4), December 2009, pp 465-466.
2008: Review Article of “Sikhs in Britain: The Making of a Community” by Gurharpal Singh & Darshan Singh Tatla, Political Studies Review (6:1), January 2008, pp 91-92.
2006: Review Article of “Sikhism: A Very Short Introduction” by Eleanor Nesbitt, in British Journal of Religious Education (28:3), September 2006, pp 299-302.