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Kumar, Sunil (2009) 'Bandagani and Naukari: Studying transitions in Political Culture and Service under the North Indian Sultanates, 13th-16th centuries.' In: Orsini, F., (ed.), After Timur Came: Multiple Spaces of Cultural Production and Circulation in fifteenth century North India. UNSPECIFIED. (Unpublished)

Kumar, Sunil (2009) 'Delhi.' In: Encyclopaedia of Islamic Political Thought. Princeton: Princeton University Press. (Forthcoming)

Kumar, Sunil (2009) 'Delhi Sultanate.' In: Encyclopaedia of Islam, 3rd Edition. Leiden: E.J. Brill. (Unpublished)

Kumar, Sunil and Faruqui, Munis and Eaton, Richard M. and Gilmartin, David, eds. (2009) Expanding Frontiers in South Asian and World History: Essays in Honour of John F. Richards, Special Issue of Modern Asian Studies. 43(1). Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Kumar, Sunil (2009) 'The Ignored Elites: Turks, Mongols and a Persian Secretarial Class in the early Delhi Sultanate.' Modern Asian Studies, 43 (1). pp. 45-77.

Kumar, Sunil (2009) 'Khalaji Dynasty.' In: Encyclopaedia Iranica. Leiden: E.J.Brill. (Unpublished)

Kumar, Sunil (2009) 'Kingship, Courts, and Capitals on the Eastern Frontier: the Delhi Sultanate in the 13th and 14th centuries.' In: Hartung, Jan-Peter and Fuess, Albrecht, (eds.), Court Cultures in the Muslim World. London: SOAS/Routledge Studies on the Middle East. (Unpublished)

Kumar, Sunil (2009) 'The Pir’s barakat and the Servitor’s Ardour: the contrasting history of two Sufi shrines in Delhi.' In: Collected Essays on Delhi. Delhi: Penguin and Ravi Dayal. (Forthcoming)

Kumar, Sunil (2009) 'Reflections on the Past and Present of two Sufi Shrines in Delhi.' In: Kumar, Sunil, (ed.), The Present in Delhi’s Pasts. Delhi: Three Essays Collective. 2nd ed.. (Forthcoming)

Kumar, Sunil (2009) 'Sites of Power and Resistance: a reading of Sultanate Monumental Architecture and Sufi discourse.' In: Brown, Rebecca and Deborah, Hutton, (eds.), Blackwell’s Companion to Art. Blackwell. (Unpublished)

Kumar, Sunil, ed. (2008) Demolishing Myths or Mosques and Temples? Readings on History and Temple Desecration in Medieval India. Delhi: Three Essays Press.

Kumar, Sunil (2008) 'Juzjani, Minhaj-i Siraj.' In: Encyclopaedia Iranica. Leiden: E.J. Brill.

Kumar, Sunil (2008) 'Politics, the Muslim Community and Hindu-Muslim Relations Reconsidered: North India in the early Thirteenth century.' In: Datta, Rajat, (ed.), Rethinking a Millennium: Perspectives on Indian History from the Eighth to the Eighteenth century: Essays for Harbans Mukhia. Delhi: Aakar Books, pp. 139-167.

Kumar, Sunil (2007) 'Balancing Autonomy with Service: Frontier Military Commanders and their Relations with the Delhi Sultans in the 13th and 14th centuries.' In: Singh, Navtej, (ed.), Punjab History Conference, Thirty-ninth session, March 16-18, 2007 : proceedings. Patiala: Publication Bureau, Punjabi University, pp. 86-100.

Kumar, Sunil (2007) The Emergence of the Delhi Sultanate, 1192-1286. Delhi: Permanent Black.

Kumar, Sunil and Chakrabarti, Kunal, eds. (2007) Our Pasts II: Social Science Text Book in History for Class VII. Delhi: NCERT.

Kumar, Sunil (2007) 'Raziyya, Sultan.' In: Encyclopaedia of Women in World History. New York: Oxford University Press, pp. 585-586.

Kumar, Sunil (2006) 'Mongols and Nomadic Empires, 13th-14th Centuries.' In: Gupta, Narayani, (ed.), NCERT Class XI, Text-book on World History. Delhi: NCERT.

Kumar, Sunil (2006) 'Service, Status and Military Slavery in the Delhi Sultanate of the thirteenth and early fourteenth centuries.' In: Eaton, Richard M. and Chatterjee, Indrani, (eds.), Slavery in Indian History. Bloomington: Indiana University Press, pp. 83-114.

Kumar, Sunil (2005) 'La Communauté Musulmane et les Relations Hindous-Musulmans dans l’Inde du Nord au début du XIIIe siècl: une Réévaluation Politique.' Annales Histoire, Sciences, Sociales, 60 . pp. 239-264.

Kumar, Sunil (2002) The Present in Delhi’s Pasts. Delhi: Three Essays Collective.

Kumar, Sunil (2001) 'Qutb and Modern Memory.' In: Kaul, Suvir, (ed.), Partitions of Memory. Delhi: Permanent Black, pp. 140-182.

Kumar, Sunil (2000) 'Assertions of Authority: a Study of the Discursive Statements of Two Sultans of Delhi—‘Ala al-Din Khalaji and Nizam al-Din Auliya.' In: Alam, Muzaffar and Delvoye, Francoise ‘Nalini’ and Gaborieau, Marc, (eds.), The Making of Indo-Persian Culture: Indian and French Studies. Delhi: Manohar, pp. 37-65.

Kumar, Sunil (1999) 'Perceiving ‘your’ Landscape: Neighbourhood Settlements and the Hauz-i Rānī.' In: Layton, R. and Ucko, P., (eds.), Perceiving Landscape. London: Routledge and Kegan Paul, pp. 159-174.

Kumar, Sunil (1994) 'A Medieval Tank and Modern Urban Planning: Local Society and the Hauz-i Rānī.' Germinal: Fascism and Culture, 1 . pp. 157-166.

Kumar, Sunil (1994) 'When Slaves were nobles: The Shamsi bandagan in the early Delhi Sultanate.' Studies in History, 10 (1). pp. 23-52.

Kumar, Sunil (1993) 'Making Sacred History or Everyone his own Historian: a study of the village of Saidlajab.' The India Magazine of her People and Culture, 13 . pp. 46-55.

Kumar, Sunil (1985) 'The value of the Ādāb al-Mulūk wa Kifāyat al-Mamlūk as a historical source; an insight into the ideals and expectations of Islamic society in the Middle period (945-1500).' Indian Economic and Social History Review, 22 (3). pp. 307-327.

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