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  • Marino, Joseph. 2019. “From the Blacksmith’s Forge to the Fires of Hell: Eating the Red-Hot Iron Ball in Early Buddhist Literature.” Buddhist Studies Review 36/1: 31-51. Learn more
  • Pauwels, Heidi, and Anne Murphy, eds. 2018. From Outside the Persianate Center: Vernacular Views of Aurangzeb/“Alamgir.” Special  Issue of Journal of the Royal Asiatic Society 28.3. Learn more
  • Dubrow, Jennifer. "Sharafat and Bhal Mānsī: a new perspective on respectability in Fasana-e Azad.South Asian History and Culture 9, no. 2 (2018): 181-193. DOI: 10.1080/19472498.2018.1446796  Learn more
  • Pauwels, Heidi R.M. 2017. Mobilizing Krishna’s World: The Writings of Prince Sāvant Singh of Kishangarh. Seattle, University of Washington Press; Hyderabad, Orient Blackswann (262 pages) ISBN 978-0-295-74223-6 Learn more
  • Diamond, Christopher Lawrence. City of the Turks : Urban Encounters in Vidyāpati's Kīrttilatā. Seattle: University of Washington, 2015 Learn more
  • Salomon, Richard and Marino, Joseph. 2014. “Observations on the Deorkothar Inscriptions and Their Significance for the Evaluation of Buddhist Historical Traditions.” Sōka daigaku kokusai bukkyōgaku kōtō kenkyūjo nenpō 創価大学国際仏教学高等研究所年報 Annual Report of The International Research Institute for Advanced Buddhology at Soka University 17: 27-39. Learn more
  • “The realism debate and the politics of modern art in early postwar Japan.” Japan Forum 26, no. 4 (2014), 508-529. Learn more
  • Justin Jesty. "Tokyo 1960: Days of Rage and Grief Hamaya Hiroshi’s Photos of the Anti-Security-Treaty Protests." Visualizing Cultures. MIT: 2012. Learn more
  • Heidi Pauwels, Purmina Dhavan.  Welcoming Vali: An Exploration of the Literary Legacy of Vali Dakhani. 2011. Learn more
  • Justin Jesty. "Making Mercury Visible: the Minamata documentaries of Tsuchimoto Noriaki." Mercury Pollution: A Transdisciplinary Treatment. Taylor and Francis: 2011. 139-160. Learn more
  • Justin Jesty. "Arts of Engagement: Art and Social Movements in Japan’s Early Postwar." Ph.D. Thesis. University of Chicago, Dept. of East Asian Languages and Civilizations, 2010. Learn more
  • Justin Jesty. "Hokkaidō tankō rōdōsha no kyōdō seisaku: 1950-nen no ‘Jinmin saiban kirokuga’ o megutte." (Collaborative production among Hokkaidō mine workers: the case of the 1950 ‘Pictorial record of the people’s court incident’). Bunka shigen toshite no tankō-ten (The coal mine as cultural resource exhibition). Meguro Museum of Art: 2009. 128-139. Learn more
  • Justin Jesty, with Tokunaga Keita. "Senda Umeji-ron (On Senda Umeji)." Bunka shigen toshite no tankō-ten (The coal mine as cultural resource exhibition). Meguro Museum of Art: 2009. 10-27. Learn more
  • Justin Jesty. "Hanga to hanga undō (Woodcut and the woodcut movement)." Gendai Shisō (Contemporary Thought) 35.17 (2007): 152-161. Learn more
  • Myrrh in Chinese Medicine: the Legacy of the Silk Road Learn more
  • Cho, Heekyoung. “Translation and Censorship: Colonial Writing and Anti-imperial Imagination of Asia in 1910s Korea.” Spaces of Possibility: In, Between and Beyond Korea and Japan, edited by Andrea Arai and Clark Sorenson (Seattle: University of Washington, 2016), 290-308. Learn more
  • Skinner, Michael. (2016). Imperial Congruencies and Interregional Connections: The Role of the Kuṣāṇa Empire in Shaping the Early Historic Period. (Unpublished doctoral dissertation). University of Washington, Seattle. Learn more
  • Diamond, Christopher. expected 2019. “Poet, Scholar, Saint: Competing Vernacular Memories of Vidyāpati (16th-19th cent. CE)” Learn more
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