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Authored Books

Screech, Timon (2011) Obtaining Images: Art, Production and Display in Edo Japan. London & Honolulu: Reaktion Books & Hawaii University Press.

Screech, Timon (2011) Oranda ga tôru: ningen kôryô no edo bijutsushi [The Dutch Are Passing: Edo Art and Human Interactions]. Tokyo: University of Tokyo Press.

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 (2009) Sex and the Floating World: Erotic Imagery in Japan, 1720-1810. 2nd ed. London: Reaktion Books.

Screech, Timon (2007) Edo no ôbushin: Tokugawa toshi keikaku no shigaku. [The Great Building of Edo: Poetics and Planning in the Tokugawa Metropolis]. Kodansha.

Screech, Timon (2006) Edo no igirisu netsu [Britain in the Edo Period]. Kodansha.

Screech, Timon (2002) Erotyczne obrazy japońskie 1700-1820: przestrzeń przepływającego świata. Kraków: Universitas.

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 (2000) The Shogun''s Painted Culture: Fear and Creativity in the Japanese States, 1760 - 1829. Reaktion Books (London).

Screech, Timon (1997) Edo no karada o hiraku (Opening the Edo Body). Tokyo: Sakuhinsha.

Edited Books

Screech, Timon, ed. (2006) Secret Memoirs of the Shoguns. Isaac Titsingh and Japan, 1779-1822. London: Routledge.

Screech, Timon, ed. (2005) Japan Extolled and Decried: Carl Peter Thunberg and Japan, 1775-1796. London: Routledge.

Book Chapters

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

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 (2003) 'Sex and Consumerism in Edo Japan.' In: Lloyd, Fran, (ed.), Consuming Bodies: Sex and Consumerism in Japanese Contemporary Art. Reaktion Books (London), pp. 6-34.

Screech, Timon (2001) 'The Birth of the Anatomical Body.' In: Rousmaniere, N, (ed.), Births and Rebirths in Japanese Art. Hotei Press (Leiden), pp. 83-140.

Screech, Timon (2001) 'The visual legacy of Dodonaeus in botanical and Human Categorisation.' In: F, W and Kasaya, K, (eds.), Dodonaeus in Japan: Translation and the Scientific Mind in Tokugawa Japan. Leuven University Press (Belgium), pp. 219-240.

Articles

Screech, Timon (2005) '"Pictures (the Most Part Bawdy)": The Anglo-Japanese Painting Trade in the Early 1600s.' The Art Bulletin, 87 (1). pp. 50-72.

Screech, Timon (2002) 'Dressing Samuel Pepys: Japanese Garments and International Diplomacy in the Edo Period.' Orientations, 33 (pt.2). pp. 50-57.

Screech, Timon (2002) 'The Edo Pleasure Districts as 'Pornotopia'.' Orientations, 33 (9). pp. 36-42.

Screech, Timon (1994) 'The Meaning of Western Perspective in Edo Popular Culture.' Archives of Asian Art, 47 . pp. 58-69.

Screech, Timon (1993) 'The Strangest Place in Edo: the Temple of the Five-Hundred Arhats.' Monumenta nipponica, 48 (4). pp. 407-428.

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