Professor of Art History
Office: AIMM 325
Raja Deen Dayal: Artist-Photographer in 19th-century India. Co-authored with Deepali Dewan. New Delhi: The Alkazi Collection and Mapin, 2013.
The Art of the Court of Bijapur.
Indianapolis: Indiana University Press, 2006.
Blackwell Companion to Asian Art. Co-edited with Rebecca Brown.
London & New York: Blackwell Publications, 2011.
Asian Art: An Anthology. Co-edited with Rebecca Brown.
London & New York: Blackwell Publications, 2006.
Articles and Chapters
“The Worldly Artist in the 17th century: Cornelis Claesz. Heda and his Travels from Haarlem to Bijapur.” Co-authored with Rebecca Tucker. Art History (fall 2014): 1-30.
“A Dutch Artist in Bijapur.” Co-authored with Rebecca Tucker. The Visual World of Muslim India: The Art, Culture and Society of the Deccan in the Early Modern Era. Laura Parodi, ed. London: Tauris Academic Studies, 2014, 205-232.
“The Pem Nem: A 16th-century illustrated romance from Bijapur.” Sultans of the South: Arts of India’s Deccan Courts, 1323-1687. Navina Naja Haidar and Marika Sardar, eds. New York: The Metropolitan Museum of Art, 2011, 44-63.
“The Use of Imaginary Landscapes in Paintings from Bijapur.” Garden and Landscape Practices in Precolonial India: Histories from the Deccan. Daud Ali and Emma J. Flatt, eds. Delhi: Routledge India, 2011, 127-147.
“Raja Deen Dayal and Sons: Photographing Hyderabad’s Famine Relief Efforts.”
History of Photography, vol. 31/3 (Fall, 2007): 260-275.
“Carved in Stone: The Codification of a Visual Identity for the Indo-Islamic Sultanate of Bijapur.”
Archives of Asian Art, vol. 55 (Spring, 2005): 65-78.
Art Amongst War: Visual Culture in Afghanistan, 1979-2014. The College of New Jersey Art Gallery, Ewing, NJ, March 5-April 17, 2014.
Between Princely India and the British Raj: The Photography of Raja Deen Dayal. Co-curated with Deepali Dewan. Royal Ontario Museum, Toronto, Canada, April 18-December 31, 2013.
Parable of the Garden: New Media from Iran and Central Asia. Co-curated with Sarah Cunningham and Leeza Ahmady. The College of New Jersey Art Gallery, Ewing, NJ, February 20-March 30, 2008.