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Carpenter, John T. (2008) 'Der kulturelle und literarische Kontext von Surimono.' In: Surimono: Die Kunst der Anspielung in japanischen Holzdrucken. Zurich: Museum Rietberg.

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.

Carpenter, John T. (2008) 'The Literary Network: Private Commissions for Hokusai and his Circle.' In: Meech, Julia and Oliver, Jane, (eds.), Designed for Pleasure: The World of Edo Japan in Prints and Paintings. New York: The Asia Society/University of Washington Press.

Carpenter, John T., ed. (2008) Reading Surimono: The Interplay of Text and Image in Japanese Prints. Leiden: Brill; Boston: Hotei Publishing.

Carpenter, John T. (2007) 'By Brush or Block Printing: Transmitting Cultural Heritage in Premodern Japan.' Orientations, 38 (8). pp. 57-66.

Carpenter, John T. (2007) 'Chinese Calligraphic Models in Heian Japan: Copying Practices and Stylistic Transmission.' In: Cox, R., (ed.), The Culture of Copying in Japan: Critical and Historical Perspectives. London: Routledge, pp. 156-195.

Carpenter, John T. (2007) 'Wild Boars and Dirty Rats: Kyōka Surimono Celebrating Ichikawa Danjūrō VII as Arajishi Otokonosuke.' Impressions: Journal of the Japanese Art Society of America (28). pp. 40-59.

Carpenter, John T. (2006) 'Handwriting Empowered by History: The Aura of Calligraphy by Japanese Emperors.' In: Carpenter, John T., (ed.), Imperial Calligraphy of Premodern Japan: Scribal Conventions for Poems and Letters from the Palace. Kyoto: Art Research Center, Ritsumeikan University, pp. 14-55.

Carpenter, John T., ed. (2005) Hokusai and His Age: Ukiyo-e Painting, Printmaking and Book Illustration in Late Edo Japan. Amsterdam: Hotei Publishing.

Carpenter, John T. (2004) '�Calligraphy and Painting of the Pleasure Quarters: Poetic and Pictorial Interaction in Hokusai�s Courtesan Portraits�.' In: Carpenter, J., (ed.), Hokusai and His Age: Ukiyo-e Painting, Printmaking and Book Illustration in Late Edo Japan. Amsterdam: Hotei Publishing.

Hickman, Money L. and Carpenter, John T. and Rosenfield, John M. and Guth, Christine (1996) Japan's Golden Age: Momoyama. New Haven and London: Dallas Art Museum /Yale University Press.

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

Calza, Gian Calza and Carpenter, John T., eds. (1994) Hokusai Paintings: Selected Essays. Venice: The International Hokusai Research Centre, University of Venice.

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