Book Chapters

'Chaos to Confidence.’ (Free open access CC BY-NC-ND 4.0)

In Jennifer Howes, The Art of a Corporation: The East India Company as Patron and Collector. Pp. 12-50. Routledge, 2023. 

DOI: 10.4324/9781003379515-2 

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'The Story Tellers of Mysore: Regime Change and the Musarrati Performance Artists of Tipu Sultan’s Court.’

In J. Hegewald (editor) Embodied Dependencies and Freedoms: Artistic Communities and Patronage in Asia. Pp. 365-388. DeGruyter, 2023.

ISBN: 9783110991109 (hardcover),  9783110979855 (eBook)

‘Illustrated Jaina Collections in the British Libray.’

In J. Hegewald (editor) Jaina Painting and Manuscript Culture: In Memory of Paolo Pianarosa. Pp.245-267. Berlin, EB-Verlag, 2015.

ISBN: 978-3-86893-174-7 (Download order form!)

‘Indian Company School Art from 1780 to 1820: Collecting Versus Documenting.’ 

In J. Hegewald (editor) In the Shadow of the Golden Age: Art and Identity in Asia from Gandhara to the Modern Age. Pp.371-396. Berlin, EB-Verlag, 2014

ISBN: 978-3-86893-149-5

‘The British Library.’ 

In L. Ellis (editor) Oil Paintings in Public Ownership in Camden, Volume II. Pp.52-87. London, The Public Catalogue Foundation, 2013

‘A Colonial History of Sculptures from the Amaravati Stupa.’ 

In J. Hawkes and A. Shimada (editors)  Buddhist Stupas in South Asia. Pp. 20-39. Delhi, Oxford University Press, 2009

ISBN: 978-0-19-569886-2


‘Colin Mackenzie, the Madras School of Orientalism, and Investigations at Mahabalipuram.’

In Thomas Trautmann (editor)  The Madras School of Orientalism: Producing Colonial Knowledge in Colonial South India.  Pp. 74-109. New Delhi, Oxford University Press, 2009

ISBN: 019806314-8

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