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•From Stone to Paper: Architecture as History in the Late Mughal Empire (Yale University Press, 2018).
• Translating India: Mughal Art and French Knowledge Production (manuscript in progress).
•“The City Built, the City Rendered: Locating Urban Subjectivity in Eighteenth-Century Delhi,” Emotion and Subjectivity in the Art and Architecture of the Early Modern Muslim Empires, ed. Kishwar Rizvi (Brill, 2017).
•“Beyond the Taj Mahal: Late Mughal Visual Culture, 1658-1858,” co-authored with Yuthika Sharma, in The Companion to Islamic Art and Architecture (Blackwell Companions to Art History Series), eds. F. Barry Flood and Gülru Necipoğlu (Wiley-Blackwell, 2017).
•“Innovation, Appropriation, and Representation: Mughal Architectural Ornament in the Eighteenth Century,” in Ornament: Between Global and Local, eds. Gülru Necipoğlu and Alina Payne (Princeton, 2016).
•“Transporting India: The Gentil Album and Mughal Manuscript Culture,” Art History 38 (2015).
•“Review of Paris-Delhi-Bombay at the Centre Pompidou, Paris,” Artforum 50, 2 (October 2011).
•“The ‘Palais Indiens’ of 1774: Representing Mughal Architecture in Eighteenth-Century India,” Ars Orientalis 39, Globalizing Cultures: Art and Mobility in the Eighteenth Century (2011).
•“The Tablet and the Pen: Drawings from the Islamic World,” exhibition essay, co-authored with Ladan Akbarnia (Cambridge: Harvard University Art Museums, 2005).
ART 203. Islamic Art and Architecture
ART 204. South Asian Art and Architecture
ART 206. Art and Empire: India & Europe, 1500-1900
ART 207. Imperial Islamic Architecture: the Ottomans, Safavids, and Mughals
ART 208. Ottoman Art and Architecture
ART 286. The Architect
ART 351. Topics in Gender and Art: Women, Art, and Islam
ART 396j. Art and Encounter in South Asia
ART 396l. Mughal Architecture
FYS. The Taj Mahal