Listed in chronological order

Ivanow, W. (1963). Literature of the Khojas of India. In W. A. Ivanow (Ed.), Ismaili Literature: A Bibliographical Survey (pp. 174-181). Tehran: Tehran University Press.

King, N. Q. (1974). An East African Ismaili Ginan. In M. E. G. a. E. W. Fasholé-Luke (Ed.), New Testament Christianity for Africa and the World: Essays in Honour of Harry Sawyerr (pp. 166–168). London: S.P.C.K.

Poonawala, I. K. (1977). India: Khojas and Satpanthis. In T. Joseph (Ed.), Bibliography of Isma’li Literature (pp. 298-311). Malibu, California: Undena Publications.

Khakee, G. (1981). The Dasa Avatara of Pir Shams as Liguisitic and Literary Evidence of the Early Development of Ismailism in Sind. In H. Khuhro (Ed.), Sind through the Centuries (pp. 143-155). Karachi: Oxford University Press.

Nanji, A. (1987). Isma’ilism. In S. H. Nasr (Ed.), Islamic Spirituality: Foundations (pp. 179-198). London: Routledge & Keegan Paul Ltd.

Nanji, A. (1988). Shariat and Haqiqat: Continuity and Synthesis in the Nizari Ismaili Muslim Tradition. In K. P. Ewing (Ed.), Shari’at and Ambiguity in South Asian Islam (pp. 63-76). Berkeley: University of California Press.

Mallison, F. (1989). Hinduism as Seen by the Nizari Ismaili Missionaries of Western India: The Evidence of the Ginan. In G.-D. a. K. Sontheimer, Hermann (Ed.), Hinduism Reconsidered (pp. 93-103). New Delhi: Manohar Publications.

Asani, A. S. (1991). The Ginan Literature of the Ismailis of Indo-Pakistan: Its Origins, Characteristics and Themes. In D. E. a. F. Mallison (Ed.), Devotion Devine: Bhakti Traditions from the Regions of India : Studies in Honour of Charlotte Vaudeville (Groningen Orientals Studies) (pp. 1-18). Groningen and Paris: Eghert Forsten and École Française d’Extrême Orient.

Mallison, F. (1991). Pir Shams and His Garabi Songs. In M. Waseem (Ed.), On Becoming an Indian Muslim: French Essays on Aspects of Syncretism (pp. 180-207). New Delhi: Oxford University Press.

Asani, A. S. (1992). The Ismaili Ginans as Devotional Literature. In R. S. McGregor (Ed.), Devotional Literature in South Asia: Current Research, 1985 – 1988 (pp. 101-112). Cambridge University Press.

Mallison, F. (1992). Muslim Devotional Literature in Gujarati: Islam and Bhakti. In R. S. McGregor (Ed.), Devotional Literature in South Asia: Current Research, 1985-1989 (pp. 89-100). Cambridge University Press.

Asani, A. S. (1993). Bridal Symbolism in Isma‘ili Mystical Literature of Indo-Pakistan. In R. A. Herrera (Ed.), Mystics of the Book: Themes, Topics, and Typologies (pp. 389-404). New York: Peter Lang Publishing.

Asani, A. S. (1994). A Testimony of Love: The Git Tradition of the Nizari Ismailis. In P. Lang (Ed.), Alma Giese and Johann Christoph B ̧rgel, ed., Gott ist schˆn und Er liebt die Schˆnheit / God is Beautiful and He Loves Beauty. Festschrift f ̧r Annemarie Schimmel zum 7. April, 1992 dargebracht von Sch ̧lern, Freunden und Kollegen / Festschrift in Honour of Annemarie Schimmel Presented by Students, Friends and Colleagues on April 7, 1992. (pp. 39-51).

Kassam, T. R. (1994). Syncretism on the Model of Figure-Ground: A Study of Pir Shams’ Brahma Prakasa. In K. K. Stevenson (Ed.), Hermeneutical Paths to the Sacred Worlds of India: Essays in Honour of Robert W. Stevenson (pp. 231-242). Atlanta: Scholars Press.

Asani, A. S. (1996). The Isma‘ili Ginans: Reflections on Authority and Authorship. In F. Daftary (Ed.), Mediaeval Ismaʻili History and Thought (pp. 265-280). Cambridge, U.K. ; New York, N.Y.: Cambridge University Press.

Asani, A. S. (1998). Ginan: Ismaili Petition of a Yearning Soul. In J. Renard (Ed.), Windows on the House of Islam: Muslim Sources on Spirituality and Religious Life (pp. 103-107). Berkeley and Los Angeles: University of California Press.

Moir, Z. (1999). Bibi Imam Begam and the End of the Ismaili Ginanic Tradition. In A. W. F. M. Entwistle (Ed.), Studies in Early Modern Indo-Aryan Languages, Literature and Culture (pp. 249-265). New Delhi: Manohar.

Khan, D.-S. (2000). Conversation between Guru Hassan Kabiruddin and Jogi Kanipha: Tantra Revisited by the Ismaili Preachers. In D. G. White (Ed.), Tantra in Practice (pp. 285-295). New Jersey: Princeton University Press.

Mallison, F. (2000). Sant-vani and Harijan, Mahamargi Bhajan and Ismaili Ginann: A New Appraisal of Popular Devotion in Saurashtra. In M. Offredi (Ed.), The Banyan Tree: Essays on Early Literature in New Indo-Aryan Languages (pp. 235-243). New Delhi: Manohar.

Mallison, F. (2001). Resistant Ginans and the Quest for an Ismaili and Islamic Identity Among the Khojas. In D. Vasudha, A. Malinar, & M. Christof (Eds.), Charisma and Canon: Essays on the Religious History of the Indian Subcontinent (pp. 360-375). New Delhi: Oxford University Press.

Moir, Z. (2001). The Life and Legends of Pir Shams as Reflected in the Ismaili Ginans: A Critical Review. In F. Mallison (Ed.), Constructions hagiographiques dans le monde indien. entre mythe et histoire. sous la responsabilite (pp. 365-384). Honore Champion.

Asani, A. S. (2003). Creating Tradition through Devotinal Songs and Communal Script: The Khojah Isma’ilis od South Asia. In R. Eaton (Ed.), India’s Islamic Traditions 711 – 1750, Themes in Indian History (pp. 285-310). New Delhi: Oxford University Press.

Waseem, M. (2003). Conclusion: A Note on Ismai’li Khojas. In M. Waseem (Ed.), On Becoming an Indian Muslim: French Essays on Aspects of Syncretism (pp. 316-330). New Delhi: Oxford University Press.

Kassam, T. R. (2004). Balancing Acts: Negotiating the Ethics of Scholarship and Identity. In J. Cabezon & S. Davaney (Eds.), Identity and the Politics of Scholarship in the Study of Religion (pp. 133-161). New York: Routledge.

Virani, S. N. (2005). Symphony of Gnosis: A Self-Definition of the Ismaili Ginān Tradition. In T. Lawson (Ed.), Reason and Inspiration in Islam: Theology, Philosophy and Mysticism in Muslim Thought (pp. 503-521). London: I. B. Tauris Publishers.

Asani, A. S. (2009). Satpanthi Ismaili Songs to Hazrat Ali and the Imams. In B. D. Metcalf (Ed.), Islam in South Asia in Practice. New Jersey: Princeton University Press.

Asani, A. S. (2011). From Satpanthi to Ismaili Muslim: The Articulation of Ismaili Khoja Identity in South Asia. In F. Daftary (Ed.), A Modern History of the Ismailis: Continuity and Change in a Muslim Community (pp. 95-128). London: I. B. Tauris Publishers.

Kassam, T. R. (2013). The Living Tradition of Ismaili Ginans: Negotiating Cultures in Poetry and Performance. In E. F. Kent (Ed.), Lines in Water: Religious Boundaries in South Asia (pp. 125-158). Syracuse University Press.