Number of items: 12.
The Christian Arts of Northeastern Africa: Egypt, Nubia and Ethiopia.
'Place, Space and Representation in 18th-Century Gondarine Painting.'
In: Ramos, M. J. and Boavida, I., (eds.),
The Indigenous and the Foreign in Christian Ethiopian Art. On Portuguese-Ethiopian Contacts in the 16th-17th Centuries.
Ashgate Press, pp. 61-72.
'Towards an Archaeology of Ethiopian Monasticism: Contexts and Themes.'
In: Insoll, T. and Finneran, N., (eds.),
Belief in the Past. The Proceedings of the 2002 Manchester Conference on Archaeology and Religion.
Archaeopress. Publishers of British Archaeological Reports., pp. 63-73.
'�Popular Culture and the Arts of Twentieth-Century Brazil�, and �Brazilians and their Art�.'
In: Tribe, Tania, (ed.),
Heroes and Artists: Popular Art and the Brazilian Imagination.
Cambridge, 9-41 & 72-109.
In: K, ed, (ed.),
Revisions: New Perspectives on the African Collections of the Horniman Museum.
Horniman Museum & Gardens (London)/Museu Antropol, pp. 125-141.
'Visual Narrative and the Harlem Renaissance.'
Word & Image, 23
'Iconography of Eshu in Brazilian Art.'
Yoruba Cultural Memory in Africa and the Americas
'Narrative in the Harlem Renaissance.'
Word and Image
'Icon and Narration in Eighteenth-Century Christian Egypt: The Works of Yuhanna al-Armani al-Qudsi and Ibrahim al-Nasikh.'
Art History, 27
'Memory and Wonder: Our Lady Mary in Ethiopian Painting, 15th - 18th Centuries.'
Memory and Oblivion: Proceedings of the XX1Xth International Congress of the History of Art 7.9.96
'The Word in the Desert: the wall-paintings of Debra Maryam Korkor (Ger''alta, Tigray).'
Ethiopia in Broader Perspective: Papers of the 13th International Conference of Ethiopian Studies, 3
'The Mulatto as Artist and Image in Colonial Brazil.'
Oxford Art Journal, 19 No