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Authored Books

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

Savage, Polly and Blackmore, Kara (2021) Art, Autonomy and Parasites: Visual Strategies for Public Health in East and Southern Africa. London: London School of Economics.

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 (2011) Oranda ga tōru : ningen kōryū no Edo bijutsushi = Dutch in motion : Edo art history of the exchange of persons. Tokyo: Tokyo University Press = Tōkyō Daigaku Shuppankai.

Zeydabadi-Nejad, Saeed (2010) Politics of Iranian Cinema: Films and Society in the Islamic Republic of Iran. London: Routledge. (Iranian Studies)

Edited Book or Journal Volume

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

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

Basu, Paul, ed. (2017) The Inbetweenness of Things: Materializing Mediation and Movement between Worlds. London: Bloomsbury.

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

Contadini, Anna and Norton, Claire, eds. (2013) The Renaissance and the Ottoman World. Farnham, UK: Ashgate.

Book Chapters

Branfoot, Crispin (2022) 'Building Networks: Architecture, Ornament and Place in Early Modern South India.' In: Ambach, Malini, Buchholz, Jonas and Hüsken, Ute, (eds.), Temples, Texts, and Networks: South Indian Perspectives. Heidelberg: Heidelberg Asian Studies Publishing, pp. 265-290.

Carpenter, John (2008) 'Inventing New Iconographies: Historicist and Nativist Motives in Late-Edo Surimono.' In: Carpenter, John, (ed.), Reading Surimono: The Interplay of Text and Image in Japanese Prints. Leiden: Brill; Boston: Hotei Publishing, pp. 72-83.

Centeno, Marcos (2018) 'Method Directors. Susumu Hani and Yasujirō Ozu: a Comparative Approach across Paradigms.' In: Becker, Andreas, (ed.), Yasujirô Ozu and the Aesthetics of his Time. Darmstadt: Büchner-Verlag, pp. 125-152.

Centeno, Marcos (2019) 'Postwar Narratives and the Avant-garde Documentary: Tokyo 1958 and Furyō Shōnen.' In: Martinez, Dolores, Guarné, Blai and Lozano-Méndez, Artur, (eds.), Persistently Postwar: Media and the Politics of Memory in Japan. Oxford, UK: Berghahn Books, pp. 41-62.

Centeno, Marcos (2016) 'Transcultural Corporeity in Taiyozoku Youth Cinema. Some Notes on the Contradictions of Japaneseness in the Economic Miracle.' In: Becker, Andreas and Adachi-Rabe, Kayo, (eds.), Presentation of Bodies in Japanese Films / Körperinszenierungen im japanischen Film. Darmstadt: Büchner-Verlag, pp. 143-160.

Deol, Jeevan (2003) 'Illustration and Illumination in Sikh Scriptural Manuscripts.' In: Singh, K., (ed.), New Insights into Sikh Art. Mumbai: Marg, pp. 50-67.

Fukunaga, Ai (2018) 'China in Japan: Steeped tea in 18th- and 19th- century Japan.' In: Hagglund, Patrick, (ed.), Influences and inspirations: 400 years of Japanese porcelain. London: The English Ceramic Circle.

Gore, Charles (2008) 'Mami Wata, an Urban Presence: The Making of a Tradition in Benin City, Nigeria.' In: Drewal, H., (ed.), Sacred Waters: Arts for Mami Wata and Other Divinities in Africa and the Diaspora. Bloomington; Indianopolis: Indiana University Press, pp. 361-382.

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 (2011) 'From Market and Exhibition to University: Sir Percival David and the Institutionalization of Chinese Art History in England.' In: Rujivacharakul, Vimalin, (ed.), Collecting China: the World, China, and a History of Collecting. Delaware, USA: University of Delaware Press, pp. 130-137.

Pierson, Stacey (2014) 'Reinventing “China”: Provenance, Categories and the Collecting of Chinese Ceramics, 1910-2009.' In: Steuber, Jason and Lai, Guolong, (eds.), Collectors, Collections and Collecting the Art of China: Histories and Challenges. Florida, USA: University Press of Florida.

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

Thompson, Ashley (2020) 'Anybody: Diasporic Subjectivities and the Figure of the “Historical” Buddha.' In: Flores, Patrick D. and Paracciani, L., (eds.), Interlaced Journeys: Diaspora and the Contemporary in Southeast Asian Art. Hong Kong: Osage Art Foundation, pp. 117-131.

Journal Article

Calo, Ambra (2020) 'Durgā Mahiṣāsuramardinī in Likely Tantric Buddhist Context from the Northern Indian Subcontinent to 11th-Century Bali.' Pratu: Journal of Buddhist and Hindu Art, Architecture and Archaeology of Ancient to Premodern Southeast Asia, 1 (3). pp. 1-20.

Centeno, Marcos (2014) 'Demystifying the Notion of Japaneseness: the Documentary 'Ainu. Pathways to memory.' Eikyō, Influencias japonesas (13). pp. 4-7.

Centeno, Marcos (2014) 'Las grietas de la imagen. Una mirada a la trastienda de los primeros documentales etnográfico sobre el pueblo ainu (1897-1936).' Secuencias. Revista de historia del cine (40). pp. 62-80.

Centeno, Marcos (2018) 'The Limits of Fiction: Politics and Absent Scenes in Susumu Hani’s Bad Boys (Furyōshōnen, 1960). A Film Re-reading through its Script.' Journal of Japanese and Korean Cinema, 10. pp. 1-15.

Centeno, Marcos (2015) 'The Shapes of Otherness: the Representation of the Ainu People in Brodsky’s Travelogues 1918-1919.' Kokoro, Revista para la difusión de la cultura japonesa (17). pp. 14-22.

Centeno, Marcos (2010) 'Use of the Archive Pictures and Political Context in the Japanese New Wave.' Cinéma et Art Contemporain III. pp. 116-122.

Centeno, Marcos (2012) 'Who can say that we should not live like dogs? Retrospective of Shuji Terayama.' Contrapicado. Escritos sobre cine.

Cheong, Conan (2020) 'Kingship and Procreation in a Pyu Viṣṇu Anantaśāyin Stone Relief from Śrīkṣetra.' Pratu: Journal of Buddhist and Hindu Art, Architecture and Archaeology of Ancient to Premodern Southeast Asia, 1 (1). pp. 1-16.

Chhum, Menghong (2020) 'Nine Deities Panel in Ancient Cambodia.' Pratu: Journal of Buddhist and Hindu Art, Architecture and Archaeology of Ancient to Premodern Southeast Asia, 1 (2). pp. 1-17.

Luczanits, Christian (2018) 'Revival and renaissance in Tibetan art: imagining Kashmir and Nepal in the fifteenth and seventeenth centuries.' European Bulletin of Himalayan Research, 52. pp. 93-131.

Conference or Workshop Items

Hamzić, Vanja (2008) Social Responsibility in Advertising. In: 10th Magdalena Festival of Creative Communications, May 2008, Maribor, Slovenia. (Unpublished)

Theses

Centeno, Marcos (2015) Susumu Hani (1950-1960): la aportación teórico-práctica al documental y al cine juvenil japonés. Una aproximación al caso de Hani como precursor de la Nueva Ola. PhD thesis. Universitat de València.

Centeno, Marcos (2009) Transition in the Japanese Youth Cinema (1956-1960): from the Taiyōzoku Phenomenon to the New Wave. Crazed Fruit, Kisses and Cruel Story of Youth. Comparative Analysis, Contextual Parameters and Thematic and Formal Transgressions. MPhil thesis. University of Valencia.

Translations

Ichiro, Kataoka and Centeno, Marcos (translated by), trans. (2008) La evolución del Katsudo Shashin Benshi. L’Atalante. Revista Revista de Estudios Cinematográficos (7). Valencia: sociación Cineforum L'Atalante. pp. 37-45.

Okada, Hidenori, Aguilar, Gonzalo, Fiss, Karen, Keller, Patricia, Pérez-Bowie, José Antonio, Alcoriza, Javier and Centeno, Marcos (translation), trans. (2014) Des)encuentros: ¿Por qué es necesario volver a los clásicos del cine? (Hidenori Okada). L’Atalante. Revista Revista de Estudios Cinematográficos (18). Valencia: Asociación Cineforum L'Atalante. pp. 90-110.

Videos

Centeno, Marcos (2014) Ainu. Pathways to Memory. .

Other

Centeno, Marcos (2016) 'Kore-eda’s Our Little Sister: a Return to the Japanese Classicism.' Film Criticism, 40 (3). Michigan , USA: Michigan Publishing, University of Michigan Library.

Pierson, Stacey (2015) '‘Ming: London and Edinburgh’, exhibition review.' The Burlington Magazine, CLVII . pp. 46-48.

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