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Bellini, Chiara (2019) 'Some Pieces of the Puzzle: The Restoration of the Alchi gSum brtsegs by bKra shis rNam rgyal and Other Considerations.' In: Lerner, Judith A. and Juliano, Annette L., (eds.), New Research on Central Asian, Buddhist and Far Eastern Art and Archaeology. Turnhout: Brepols. (Inner and Central Asian art and archaeology ; v II)

Branfoot, Crispin (2019) 'Temple Renovation and Chettiar Patronage in Colonial Madras Presidency.' In: Garimella, Annapurna, Sridharan, Shriya and Srivathsan, A, (eds.), The Contemporary Hindu Temple: Fragments for a History. Mumbai: Marg, pp. 22-35. (Marg quarterly publications ; vol.70 no.4)

Cabos, Marine (2019) 'Itinéraires dans les paysages de Chine à travers la photographie.' In: Idier, Nicholas, (ed.), L’histoire culturelle de la Chine classique et contemporaine. Paris: Robert Laffont. (Forthcoming)

Camber, Richard and Contadini, Anna (2019) 'Acoustic Automata.' In: Contadini, Anna, (ed.), The Pisa Griffin and the Mari-Cha Lion. Metalwork, Art, and Technology in the Medieval Islamicate Mediterranean. Pisa: Pacini Editore, pp. 63-75.

Chan, Pedith (2019) '‘跨越藝術史的界限:柯律格教授的物質文化研究’ (Beyond the History of Art: Craig Clunas and Material Culture Studies).' 美術觀察 Art Observation (6). pp. 76-80.

Contadini, Anna (2019) 'Cultural and Artistic Connections Between the Middle East and Europe During the Renaissance' - Keynote address at the Collége de France, Paris - 7 February 2019. In: Keynote address at the Collége de France, 7 February 2019, Collége de France, Paris.

Contadini, Anna (2019) 'The Lucca Falcon.' In: Contadini, Anna, (ed.), The Pisa Griffin and the Mari-Cha Lion. Metalwork, Art, and Technology in the Medieval Islamicate Mediterranean. Pisa: Pacini Editore, pp. 419-448.

Contadini, Anna (2019) 'The Pisa Griffin and the Mari-Cha Lion: History, Art and Technology.' In: Contadini, Anna, (ed.), The Pisa Griffin and the Mari-Cha Lion. Metalwork, Art, and Technology in the Medieval Islamicate Mediterranean. Pisa: Pacini Editore, pp. 197-256.

Corey, Pamela (2019) 'Response to Conversation Piece: “Why Exhibition Histories?”.' British Art Studies, 13 .

Corey, Pamela (2019) 'Strange Games and Moving Images: Thao Nguyen Phan’s Stories from Vietnam.' In: Corey, Pamela, Gray, Zoë, I-Shan, Sam, Matsumoto, Lila and Nefkens, Han, (eds.), Thao Nguyen Phan: Monsoon Melody. Milan: Mousse Publishing, pp. 36-46.

Corey, Pamela and Taylor, Nora A. (2019) 'Đổi Mới and the Globalization of Vietnamese Art.' Journal of Vietnamese Studies, 14 (1). pp. 1-34.

Hylton, Richard (2019) 'Decolonising the Curriculum.' Art Monthly, 426. pp. 11-15.

Hylton, Richard (2019) 'Eugene Palmer and Barbara Walker: Photography and the Black Subject.' Nka: Journal of Contemporary African Art, 45. pp. 100-113.

Hylton, Richard (2019) 'Status and Presence: African American Art in the International Arena.' In: Chambers, Eddie, (ed.), The Routledge Companion to African American Art History. London: Routledge. (Routledge Art History and Visual Studies Companions)

Istratii, Romina (2019) Cross-cultural understanding and the recovery of histories in post-colonial times: An argument for epistemological decolonisation at SOAS, University of London. In: European Association of Archeologists Beyond Paradigms, 4-7 September 2019, Bern, Switzerland. (Unpublished)

Luczanits, Christian (2019) 'A Crucial Link in Fifteenth-Century Tibetan Art.' In: Clemente, Michela, Nalesini, Oscar and Venturi, Federica, (eds.), Perspectives on Tibetan Culture: A Small Garland of Forget-me-nots Offered to Elena De Rossi Filibeck. Kathmandu: Vajra Books, pp. 203-226.

McCullough, Theresa, Murphy, Stephen A, Onn, Clement and Zulkifli, Noorashikin (2019) 'Faith and Belief: The Level Two Galleries at Asian Civilisations Museum.' Orientations, 50 (4). pp. 32-43.

Murphy, Stephen A (2019) 'The Constant Orientalist: Raffles and the Religions of Java.' In: Murphy, Stephen A, Wang, Naomi and Green, Alexandra, (eds.), Raffles in Southeast Asia: Revisiting the scholar and the statesman. Singapore: Asian Civilisations Museum, pp. 202-213.

Murphy, Stephen A (2019) 'Cultural Connections and Shared Origins between Cham and Dvāravatī: A comparison of common artistic and architectural motifs, ca. 7th – 10th centuries CE.' In: Griffiths, Arlo, Hardy, Andrew and Wade, Geoff, (eds.), Champa: Territories and Networks of a Southeast Asian Kingdom. Paris: École française d'Extrême-Orient, pp. 303-321. (Études thématiques no. 31)

Murphy, Stephen A (2019) 'Tang.' In: Gaillard, Karin and van den Berg, Eline, (eds.), Gezonken schatten : vondsten uit scheepswrakken van de maritieme zijderoute 800-1900 = Sunken treasures : discoveries in shipwrecks from the maritime silk road 800-1900. Zwolle: Waanders und De Kunst, pp. 18-41.

Murphy, Stephen A and Onn, Clement (2019) 'Trade and the Maritime Silk Routes: The Level One Galleries at Asian Civilisations Museum.' Orientations, 50 (4). pp. 2-11.

O'Meara, Simon (2019) 'Haptic Vision: Making Surface Sense of Islamic Material Culture.' In: Skeates, Robin and Day, Jo, (eds.), The Routledge Handbook of Sensory Archaeology. Abingdon: Routledge, pp. 467-480.

Pierson, Stacey (2019) 'Chinese porcelain, the East India Company and British cultural identity, 1600-1800.' In: Bentley, Tamara H, (ed.), Picturing Commerce In and From the East Asian Maritime Circuits, 1550-1800. Amsterdam: Amsterdam University Press, pp. 275-292.

Pierson, Stacey (2019) 'True or False? Defining the Fake in Chinese Porcelain.' Les Cahiers de Framespa, 31.

Prizeman, Oriel, Branfoot, Crispin, Rao, Kailash and Hardy, Adam (2019) 'Proposing Digital Models For The Discussion Of Contested Conservation Practice: Case Studies From Tamil Nadu, India.' ISPRS Annals of Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing Spatial Information Science, IV-2/W. pp. 133-140.

Redford, Scott (2019) 'Rum Seljuk Emir Mübarizeddin Ertokuş and his Madrasa: Reading Identity through Architectural Patronage.' In: Jevtić, I., Magdalino, P. and Durak, K., (eds.), Identity and the other in Byzantium : papers from the fourth International Sevgi Gönül Byzantine Studies Symposium, İstanbul 23-25 June 2016. Istanbul: Vehbi Koç Foundation.

Savage, Polly (2019) 'Avenida Mao Tse Tung (or how artists navigated the Mozambican Revolution).' In: Galimberti, Jacopo, Haro García, Noemi de and Scott, Victoria H. F., (eds.), Art, global Maoism and the Cultural Revolution. Manchester: Manchester University Press, pp. 249-268. (Rethinking Art's Histories)

Screech, Timon (2019) 'Floating Pictures: The European Dimension to Japanese Art During the Eighteenth Century.' In: Sloboda, Stacey and Yonan, Michael, (eds.), Eighteenth-Century Art Worlds: Global and Local Geographies of Art. London: Bloomsbury, pp. 53-71.

Screech, Timon (2019) Oxford History of Japanese Art. Oxford: Oxford University Press. (Forthcoming)

Sendra Fernandez, Estrella (2019) 'Africa and/in Festivals: Decolonising Film Curation.' In: Davis, August J., (ed.), Contemporary Curation: Histories, Theories, Practices. London: Routledge. (Forthcoming)

Sendra Fernandez, Estrella (2019) La Cultura como Seña de Identidad de un Entorno Rural. La Jornada del Campo [Opinion Pieces / Media / Blogs]

Sendra Fernandez, Estrella (2019) 'Ousmane Sembène’s Cinema.' Critical Muslim, 30 (1). pp. 73-80.

Sendra Fernandez, Estrella (2019) 'Sufi Sounds of Senegal.' Critical Muslim, 32. pp. 93-102.

Tythacott, Louise (2019) 'Problems, Practices and Politics of Provenancing objects from China’s Yuanmingyuan.' In: Milosch, Jane and Pearce, Nick, (eds.), Collecting and Provenance: A Multi-Disciplinary Approach. Lanham, MD: Rowman and Littlefield, pp. 359-370.

Yang, Panpan (2019) 'Review of: Ying Xiao. China in the Mix: Cinema, Sound, and Popular Culture in the Age of Globalization.' China Review International, 24 (1). pp. 70-73.

Zeitlin, Judith and Yang, Panpan (2019) Connecting the Dots Through Guo Baochang: Contemporary Chinese Opera, Film, TV. In: Connecting the Dots Through Guo Baochang: Contemporary Chinese Opera, Film, TV, February 21–23, 2019, Chicago.

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