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Carpenter, John T. (2008) 'Inventing New Iconographies: Historicist and Nativist Motives in Late-Edo Surimono.' In: Carpenter, John T., (ed.), Reading Surimono: The Interplay of Text and Image in Japanese Prints. Leiden: Brill; Boston: Hotei Publishing, pp. 72-83.

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Deol, Jeevan (2003) 'Illustration and Illumination in Sikh Scriptural Manuscripts.' In: Singh, K., (ed.), New Insights into Sikh Art. Mumbai: Marg, pp. 50-67.

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Gore, Charles (2008) 'Mami Wata, an Urban Presence: The Making of a Tradition in Benin City, Nigeria.' In: Drewal, H., (ed.), Sacred Waters: Arts for Mami Wata and Other Divinities in Africa and the Diaspora. Bloomington; Indianopolis: Indiana University Press, pp. 361-382.

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Hamzić, Vanja (2008) Social Responsibility in Advertising. In: 10th Magdalena Festival of Creative Communications, May 2008, Maribor, Slovenia. (Unpublished)

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Mirviss, Joan B. and Carpenter, John T. (1995) The Frank Lloyd Wright Collection of Surimono. New York: Weatherhill; Phoenix, Ariz.: Phoenix Art Museum.

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Pierson, Stacey (2011) 'From Market and Exhibition to University: Sir Percival David and the Institutionalization of Chinese Art History in England.' In: Rujivacharakul, Vimalin, (ed.), Collecting China: the World, China, and a History of Collecting. Delaware, USA: University of Delaware Press, pp. 130-137.

Pierson, Stacey (2014) 'Reinventing “China”: Provenance, Categories and the Collecting of Chinese Ceramics, 1910-2009.' In: Steuber, Jason and Lai , Guolong, (eds.), Collectors, Collections and Collecting the Art of China: Histories and Challenges. Florida, USA: University Press of Florida.

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Screech, Timon (2006) 'Going to the Courtesans: Transit to the Pleasure District of Edo Japan.' In: Feldman, Martha and Gordon, Bonnie, (eds.), The Courtesan’s Arts: Cross-Cultural Perspectives. New York; Oxford: Oxford University Press.

Screech, Timon (2002) The Lens within the Heart: the Western scientific gaze and popular imagery in later Edo Japan. Richmond: Curzon. (2nd revised ed.)

Screech, Timon (2009) Ningen kôryû no edo bijutsushi [Ningen kôryû no edo bijutsushi [Edo art and the exchange of persons]]. Tokyo: Tokyo Univ Press. (Forthcoming)

Screech, Timon (2007) 'Owning Edo-Period Paintings.' In: Lillehoj, Elizabeth, (ed.), Acquisition: Art and Ownership in Edo-Period Japan. Warren, CT: Floating World Editions.

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