Reports and publications
Blurton, R. 2016: Krishna in the Garden of Assam, British Museum Press, London.
Blurton, T. R. 2015: ‘Faith of a minority’ and ‘Kashmir and beyond’. British Museum Magazine, 82: 12, 42-43.
Blurton, T. R., 2015: Nepal, Ed. Arthur MacGregor, The Cobbe Cabinet of Curiosities. An Anglo-Irish Country House Museum, Paul Mellon Centre for Studies in British Art, Yale University Press, London: 342-347.
Clark, T. 2015: ‘The British Museum’s Japanese collections in the age of expanding new imperialisms, 1859-1914’, Journal of Arts (National Museum of Korea), 87: 59-77 (Korean), 78-91 (English).
Clark, T. 2015: ”Sexhibition”: Reflections on Shunga in London, Looking Forward to Shunga in Tokyo, Bunka shigen gaku (Bunka Shigen Gakkai, Tokyo University), 13: 127-136.
Green, A. 2015: From India to Independence: the Formation of the Burma Collection at the British Museum, Journal of the History of Collections, online, printed version forthcoming (peer-reviewed).
Green, A., 2015: Space and Place in a Burmese Cosmology Manuscript at the British Museum. In McDaniel, J. and Ransom, L. (eds.) From Mulberry Leaves to Silk Scrolls: New Approaches to the Study of Asian Manuscript Traditions, The Lawrence J. Schoenberg Studies in Manuscript Culture, Vol. 1. (Philadelphia: The University of Pennsylvania Libraries).
Ramos, I., 2015: Contesting the Colonial Gaze: Image worship debates in nineteenth-century Bengal, Journal of South Asian Studies, 31(2) (Special Issue: Divine Intervention: The Role of Religion and Ritual in South Asian Visual Culture): 237-246. [peer reviewed]
Ramos, I., 2015: The Fragmentation of Sati: Constructing Hindu Identity through Nationalistic Pilgrimage Souvenirs, Journal of Decorative and Propaganda Arts, 27 (Special Issue: Souvenirs and Objects and Remembrance): 12-35. [peer reviewed]
Rousmaniere N, 2015: ‘Japanese Jizô bosatsu Figure’, Masterpieces of the Sainsbury Centre, edited by the Sainsbury Centre for Visual Arts, Norwich, 2015, pp. 50-51.
Rousmaniere N, 2015: ‘What is Japan’ in Report on the Symposium/Workshop ‘Promotion and Utilization for Japanese Art in American and European Museums’, 2014. Tokyo, published March 2015 by the Executive Committee for the Program, Tokyo National Museum, pp. 25-34.
Blurton, R. 2003. Introduction, in Tibetan Legacy. Paintings from the Hahn Kwang-ho Collection. The Hahn Cultural Foundation: Seoul. pp.89-103.
Clark, T. 2003. Hiroshige to Maruyama-Shijo ha', Hiroshige no geijutsu-sei to sono jidai (Bato-machi Hiroshige Bijutsukan kaikan kinen koen-kai, kokusai shimpojiumu). Tochigi, Bato-machi Hiroshige Bijutsukan. pp. 60-66.
Clark, T. 2003. Trade and Learning: The European 'Discovery' of the East (Japan), in K. Sloan (ed.) Enlightenment: Discovering the World in the Eighteenth Century. British Museum Press: London. pp. 266-269.
Clark, T. 2004. Utagawa Hiroshige (1797-1858) and the Maruyama-Shijo School', in Amy Newland (ed.) The Commercial and Cultural Climate of Japanese Printmaking. Hotei Publishing: Leiden.
Craddock, P., Michaelson, C., Wang, H. & Wayman, M.L. 2003. Chinese cast-iron through twenty-five hundred years, in Scientific research in the field of Asian art. Archetype publications in association with the Freer Gallery of Art, Smithsonian Institution. pp.36-47.
Khan, F., Knox, J.R. & Thomas, K.D. In preparation. Excavations at Sheri Khan Tarakai. Ancient Pakistan.
Khan, F., Morris, J.C. & Thomas, K.D. (eds.) In preparation. Excavations at the Later Prehistoric Site of Lewan, NWFP, Pakistan. Society for South Asian Studies Monograph.
McKillop, B. & Portal, J. (eds.) In preparation. Papers from the BAKS Study Days 2001/2: North Korean Culture and Society. British Museum Research Publications.
Morris, J.C., Ashton, N. & Lee, K. 2003. An examination of lithic technological variability at the site of Sheri Khan Tarakai, NWFP, Pakistan through experimental replication. Paléorient 29(1): 135-146
Morris, J.C. & Thomas, K.D. 2003. Excavations at the later prehistoric site of Lewan, North-West Frontier Province, Pakistan. Papers from the Institute of Archaeology, UCL 13: 94-100
Morris, J.C. 2004. "Agency" theory applied - a study of later prehistoric lithic assemblages from northwest Pakistan, in Gardner, A. (ed.) Agency Uncovered: Defining and Demystifying Agents in Archaeology. UCL Press: London.
Morris, J.C. In press. Lewan and Jhandi Babar A, in Parpola, A. (ed.) Corpus of Indus Seals and Inscriptions 3.
Portal, J. 2003. Chinese Love Poetry. British Museum Press: London.
Porter, V. 2003. Islamic Seals: magical or practical, in E. Savage-Smith (ed.) Magic and Divination in Early Islam. Ashgate Publishing.
Harris,V and Goto, K. (Eds). 2004. William Gowland The Father of Japanese Archaeology, London, BMP & Asahi Newspaper
Harris, V, 2004. The Cutting Edge: Japanese Swords in the British Museum, London, BMP
Gerstle, C. Andrew. 2005. Kabuki Heroes of the Osaka Stage, 1780-1830, London, British Museum Press
Reeve, J. Autumn, 2005. Japanese Art in Detail, London, British Museum Press