Author/Title Research Type Related Fields
Julia Chatterjee. "Beyond Frivolity and Fantasy: Explorations of the Occult, Sorcerous, and Divine in Dastan-e Amir Hamza." MA Thesis, University of Washington, 2020. Graduate, Masters Theses
Chou, Ying-Hsiu. The Innovative Representation of Romantic Love in "The Oil-Peddler Wins the Queen of Flowers." MA Thesis. University of Washington, 2019. Graduate, Masters Theses
Diamond, Christopher. expected 2019. “Poet, Scholar, Saint: Competing Vernacular Memories of Vidyāpati (16th-19th cent. CE)” Graduate, Dissertations
Kai Xie, “Remapping the Sino-Japanese Dialectic: Interplays of Japanese and Sino- Japanese Verse in Premodern Japan.” Department of Asian Languages and Literature, University of Washington, 2017.  Graduate, Dissertations
Jyana S. Browne, "Creating a Public: Love Suicide on the Osaka Stage, 1703-1722."  Ph.D. dissertation, School of Drama, University of Washington, 2017. Graduate, Dissertations
“Ogawa Mimei, Socialism, and Children’s Play: His ‘Handstand’ and Critique of Proletarian Literature.” Paper presented at Southwest Conference on Asian Studies, an organized panel, "Problematic Politics in Japanese Literature and Manga." October 14-15, 2016.  Graduate
Castro, Genoveva. Wājid 'Alī Shāh Plays Krishna's Stolen Flute : The Multiplicity of Voices in the King of Awadh's Dramatic Work. Seattle]: University of Washington, 2016. Graduate, Dissertations
Diamond, Christopher Lawrence. City of the Turks : Urban Encounters in Vidyāpati's Kīrttilatā. Seattle: University of Washington, 2015 Graduate, Masters Theses
Diamond, Christopher. 2015. "City of the Turks: Urban Encounters in Vidyāpati's Kīrttilatā." Master's Thesis., University of Washington. Graduate, Masters Theses
Lin, Qian. (2015). Mind in Dispute: The Section on Mind in Harivarman’s *Tattvasiddhi (Unpublished doctoral dissertation). University of Washington, Seattle. Graduate, Dissertations
Shih, Chia-Ying. (2014) The Transformation of Satire: Satirical Fiction in Wartime Chongqing (1937-1945) (Unpublished doctoral dissertation). Unversity of Washington, Seattle. Graduate, Dissertations
Pahlajrai, Prem. (2014). Niścaldās and his Vṛttiprabhākar: Advaita Vedānta in the Vernacular (Unpublished doctoral dissertation). University of Washington, Seattle. Graduate, Dissertations
Langerfeld, Joseph. Spiritual Health in the Bhakti Tradition of Śrī Harirāyajī’s Śiksāpatra, 2013, ProQuest Dissertations and Theses. Graduate, Masters Theses
Prem Pahlajrai. "The Authorship of the Pañcadaśī and the Textual Context of its Tṛptidīpa-prakaraṇa." Master's Thesis: 2005. Graduate, Masters Theses
Ritter, Valerie. Useful Absences and the Nature of the Modern : Ayodhyāsiṁh Upādhyāy "Hariaudh" (1865-1947), His Priyapravās (1914), and Hindi Poetry. University of Washington, 2001. Graduate, Dissertations
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. Graduate, Dissertations