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Publications of TVLG members relating to the group’s agenda

Brosius, Christiane 2012a. "The Looks and Sites of Love. Valentine's Day greeting cards in urban India". Tasveerghar Visual Essay (February 2012)

Brosius, Christiane 2012b. “Contesting Emotions. Ritualising Romantic Love in Neoliberal Urban India”.  In Axel Michaels and Christoph Wulf (eds.). Emotions in Rituals and Performances. New Delhi: Routledge. Brosius, Christiane .

Brosius, Christiane expected autumn 2012c."Inside and Outside the Marriage Tune: Wedding Bands in the Kathmandu Valley". with Tessa Pariyar, in Axel Michaels and Niels Gutschow (eds.). Marrying In. Wiesbaden: Harrassowitz.

Brosius, Christiane expected winter 2012d. „’Enclave Gaze’: Images and Imaginary of Neoliberal Lifestyle in New Delhi“. In Patsy Spyer and Mary Steedly (eds.). Images that Move. School for Advanced Research Press (SAR). Santa Fe. 

Brosius, Christiane expected winter 2012e. With Sumathi Ramaswamy, Yousuf Saeed (eds.). Housefull?!: Best of Visual Essays of Tasveerghar-The House of Pictures. Delhi: Yoda Press.

Brosius, Christiane with Tina Schilbach 2012f. In peer review process. Mind the Gap. Thinking about in-between spaces in New Delhi and Shanghai.

Brosius, Christiane 2012g. "Love Attacks: Romance, Media Voyeurism and Activism in the Public Domain". In Sanjay Srivastava (ed.). Sexuality Reader. New Delhi: OUP.

Brosius, Christiane 2012h. "Globalisierte Emotionen und Medienwelten: Gedanken zur multilokalen Ethnographie im urbanen Indien". In Zillinger, Martin und Cora Bender (Hg.). Medienethnographie. Ein Handbuch. Berlin: Reimer Verlag.

Brosius, Christiane expected summer 2012i. "The Perfect World of BAPS. Media and Urban Dramaturgies in a Globalised Context".In Public Hinduisms. (Selected papers from AHRC-funded network project of the same title), edited by Maya Warrier, Raymond Williams, John Zavos, Deepa Reddy. London: Sage Publication: 440-462.

Brosius, Christiane 2011a. Encyclopedia entry: "Middle Class". In Arnold P. Kaminsky and Roger D. Long (eds.). India Today. An Encyclopedia on Life in the Republic. ABC-Clio: 459-464.

Brosius, Christiane 2011b. Introduction with Roland Wenzlhuemer. "Transcultural Turbulences: Flows of Images and Media". In Brosius and Roland Wenzlhuemer (eds.). Transcultural Turbulences. Interdisciplinary Explorations of Flows of Images and Media. Wien, Heidelberg: Springer Verlag: 3-26.

Brosius, Christiane 2011c. "Love in the Age of Valentine and Pink Underwear: Media and Politics of Intimacy in South Asia". In Brosius, Christiane and Roland Wenzlhuemer (eds.). Transcultural Turbulences. Interdisciplinary Explorations of Flows of Images and Media. Wien, Heidelberg: Springer Verlag: 27-66.

Brosius, Christiane 2011d. "The Cultural Politics of Transnational Heritage Rituals: Akshardham Cultural Complex in New Delhi". In Christiane Brosius and Karin Polit (eds.).  Ritual, Heritage and Identity. The Politics of Culture and Performance in a Globalised World. New Delhi: Routledge: 97-125. 

Brosius, Christiane 2011e. "Globalisierte Gefühle. Die romantische Liebe in Zeiten neuer Medien". In UNIVERSITAS Orientieren! Wissen! Handeln! 66(776), Februar: 44-55 (reprint from Ruperto Carola volume, 2010).

Brosius, Christiane 2011f. "Love is in the Air. Der indische Valentinstag". Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung, No 33, Page N3 (Natur und Wissenschaft).[weblink] [pdf]

Brosius, Christiane 2011g. "The Multiple Bodies of the Bride. Ritualising 'World Class' at Elite Weddings in Urban India". In Images of the Body in India, edited by Axel Michaels and Christoph Wulf. New Delhi: Routledge: 261-279.

Brosius, Christiane 2011h. "Review essay: 'Picturing more than the nation: Three spotlights onto the field of visual and media cultures in India'". In Social Anthropology 19 (1):103-108. [pdf]

Brosius, Christiane with Karin Polit (eds.) 2011i. Ritual and Media. Wiesbaden: Harrassowitz Verlag (Section II of the Volume Reflexivity, Media and Visuality in the IV-Volume Series Ritual Dynamics and the Science of Ritual).

Brosius, Christiane with Karin Polit (eds.) 2011j. Ritual, Heritage and Identity. The Politics of Culture and Performance in a Globalised World. New Delhi: Routledge.  

Brosius, Christiane with Roland Wenzlhuemer (eds.) 2011k. Transcultural Turbulences. Interdisciplinary Explorations of Flows of Images and Media. Vienna, Heidelberg: Springer Verlag.

Brosius, Christiane 2011l. Review on "Ritty A. Lukose. Liberalization’s Children. Gender, Youth, and Consumer Citizenship in Globalizing India. Durham and London: Duke University Press, 2009". Asian Studies Review 35(2): 373-4 (weblink).

Brosius, Christiane 2011m."Review essay: 'Picturing more than the nation: Three spotlights onto the field of visual and media cultures in India'". In Social Anthropology 19 (1):103-108.

Brosius, Christiane 2010a. India’s Middle Class. New Forms of Urban Leisure, Consumption and Prosperity. New Delhi, London, New York: Routledge.

Brosius, Christiane with Ute Hüsken 2010b.  Ritual Matters. The Dynamics of Change and Stability. New Delhi: Routledge.

Brosius, Christiane 2010c. “Globalisierte Gefühle. Die romantische Liebe in Zeiten neuer Medien”. Ruperto Carola 3: 30-37. [weblink].

Brosius, Christiane 2010d. "Schneller, höher, sauberer. Beginn der Commonwealth Games in Neu Delhi" ("Faster, higher, cleaner. The start of the Commonwealth Games in New Delhi"). Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung No. 239, Feuilleton: 32.

Brosius, Christiane 2010e. “Von Enklaven und Kosmopoliten. Zur Rhetorik des Westens im neuen Indien“ [Of enclaves and cosmopolitans. On the rhetoric of the West in the New India] In Bilder von Europa. Innen- und Aussenansichten von der Antike bis zur Gegenwart, edited by Benjamin Drechsel, Friedrich Jaeger, Helmut König and Anne Kathrin Lang. Bielefeld: Transcript Verlag (Reihe Europäische Horizonte): 175-192.

Brosius, Christiane 2010f. "Rituale der Liebe. Von der Unerträglichen Leichtigkeit der Zuneigung". In Spektrum der Wissenschaft, Spezialheft/Special Issue 'Rituale' (1/2011): 70-75.

Brosius, Christiane 2010g. India's Middle Class. New Forms of Urban Leisure, Consumption and Prosperity.  London: Routledge (South Asia, Urban Studies Series, edited by Sujata Patel).

Brosius, Christiane (ed. with Ute Hüsken) 2010h. Ritual Matters - Dynamic Dimensions in Practice

Brosius, Christiane 2009a. “Die Vorstellung vom ‘Neuen Indien’. Anmerkungen zur unfassbaren Mittelklasse”. [The Imagination of a ‚New India‘. Commenting the Ungraspable Middle Class] In Indien Special Issue ‚Der Bürger im Staat‘, Landeszentrale für politische Bildung Baden-Württemberg (3/4): 220-227.

Brosius, Christiane 2009b.“The Multiple Bodies of the Bride. Ritualising ‘world class’ at Elite Weddings in Urban India”. In Paragrana, Special edition: The Body in India, edited by Axel Michaels and Christoph Wulf : 267-283.

Brosius, Christiane with Dorothea Fischer-Hornung, Marianne Hundt, Rajend Meshtrie 2009c. “Moodling beyond Bollywood: Language, literature and culture in the Indian Diaspora. Report on an interdisciplinary e-course experiment”, In English Today. The International Journal of the English Language 25(2). [pdf]

Brosius, Christiane 2009d. “The Gated Romance of India Shining: Visualising Urban Lifestyle in Images of Residential Housing Development”, in Moti Gokulsing und Wimal Dissanayake (eds.) Popular Culture in a Globalised India. A Reader. London: Routledge: 174-191.

Brosius, Christiane 2008-2010a. Editor of an online-journal on popular visual culture in Asia. In collaboration with Tasveer Ghar/House of Pictures and Savifa, the information gateway for South Asian Studies. [weblink].

Brosius, Christiane 2008b. “Mapping the Nation’s Body - Territorial Processions in Propaganda Videos of the Hindu Right”. In Daniela Berti and Gilles Tarabout (eds). Territory, Soil and Society in South Asia. Delhi: Manohar Publications: 339-380.

Brosius, Christiane 2008c. “The Enclaved Gaze: Exploring the Visual Culture of ‘World Class-Living’ in Urban India”. In MARG Special Issue “India’s Popular Culture: Iconic Spaces and Fluid Images”, edited by Jyotindra Jain, Mumbai: 114-125.

Brosius, Christiane 2008d. “Parading Violence: The Politics of Spectacle in a Hindu Nationalist Procession”. In Jörg Gengnagel, Monika Horstmann, Gerald Schwedler (eds).
Prozessionen, Wallfahrten, Aufmärsche: Bewegung zwischen Religion und Politik in Europa und Asien seit dem Mittelalter. Vol. 4 of the series ‚Menschen und Kulturen‘ of the Saeculum-Beihefte. Böhlau: Köln, Weimar: 312-335.

Brosius, Christiane 2008e.“Thomas Hauschild: Ritual und Gewalt. Ethnologische Studien an europäischen und mediterranen Gesellschaften.” Journal-Ethnologie 6.

Brosius, Christiane 2008f. “The enclaved gaze: Exploring the Visual Culture of ‘world class-living’ in urban India”, In MARG Special Issue “India’s Popular Culture: Iconic Spaces and Fluid Images”, edited by Jyotindra Jain, Mumbai: 114-125 (peer-reviewed).

Brosius, Christiane 2008g. “Parading Violence: The Politics of Spectacle in a Hindu Nationalist Procession”. In Jörg Gengnagel, Monika Horstmann, Gerald Schwedler (eds). Prozessionen, Wallfahrten, Aufmärsche: Bewegung zwischen Religion und Politik in Europa und Asien seit dem Mittelalter. Band 4 der Reihe Menschen und Kulturen der Saeculum-Beihefte. Böhlau: Köln, Weimar: 312-335.

Brosius, Christiane 2007a. With Nicolas Yazgi. “Is There No Place Like Home? Contesting Cinematographic Constructions of Indian Diasporic Experiences”. In Contributions to Indian Sociology 41 (3): 353–84 (peer-reviewed).

Brosius, Christiane 2007b. “The Unwanted Offering. Ubiquity and Success of Failure in Hindu Right Rituals” In Hüsken, Ute (Hg.) When Rituals go Wrong: Mistakes, Failure, and the Dynamics of Ritual. Leiden: Brill: 291-324 (peer-reviewed).

Brosius, Christiane 2007c. “’Indien scheint’: Neu Delhi als Weltklasse-Stadt”. [India Shining. New Delhi as World-Class City]. Archplus 186 (Indian Island-Urbanism in India): 66-69.

Bublatzky, Cathrine 2008. M.A. Thesis: „Kulturen im Blick(wechsel). Ein interkulturelles Fotoprojekt aus ethnologischer Sicht“ [Cultures in changing foci. An intercultural photographic project from an anthropological perspective].

12/2008. Christiane Brosius, Barbara Mittler, Sumathi Ramaswamy and Thomas Maissen, supported by  Matthias Arnold, Cathrine Bublatzky, Eric Decker, Sebastian Gehrig and Michael Mohr „Archiving Mothers and Fathers of the Nation in Europe and Asia. Developing a Digitized Prototype of Braided Pictorial Histories“, Online Exhibition (restricted access) of the HRA 2 Pilot Project, Cluster of Excellence 'Asia and Europe in a Global Context', University of Heidelberg.

 

Gerritsen, Roos 2008. “Photo Essay: Some Notes on Cine-addictions: Image Trails Running from the intimate Sphere to the Public Eye.” In South Asian Visual Culture Series 2. [http://archiv.ub.uni-heidelberg.de/savifadok]

Gerritsen, Roos 2006. “Tamil Wedding Souvenirs of Predictive Love: Future Memories in South India.” In Etnofoor 19 (2): 5-22.

 

Henriot, Christian 2009 forthcoming. "'Invisible Deaths, Silent Deaths'. 'Bodies Without Masters' in Republican Shanghai", Journal of Social History 43.

Henriot, Christian 2009. “The Colonial Space of Death in Shanghai (1844-1949)” In Bryna Goodman and David S. Goodman (eds.), Twentieth-Century Colonialism and China: Localities, the Everyday, and the World, London: Routledge.

Henriot, Christian 2007. “Scythe and Sojourning in Wartime Shanghai”, Karunungan - A Journal of Philosophy 27: 117-148.

 

Jain, Kajri 2007. Gods in the Bazaar: The Economies of Indian Calender Art. Durham: Duke University Press.

Jain, Kajri 2007. “The Efficacious Image: Pictures and Power in Indian Mass Culture” In Richard H. Davis (ed.), Picturing the Nation: Iconographies of Modern India, New Delhi : Orient Longman, (an earlier version of this appeared in Polygraph 12: World Religions and Media Cultures, 2000:159-185).

Jain, Kajri 2008. Contribution to roundtable discussion on “Re-Enchantment” at Art Institute of Chicago, published in the Art Seminar series as Re-Enchantment, edited by James Elkins and David Morgan, New York: Routledge.

Jain, Kajri 2008. “Archive, repertoire or warehouse? Producers of Indian popular images as stakeholders in a virtual database” In South Asian Visual Culture Series 3.

Jain, Kajri 2009. “Monuments, Landscapes and Romance in Indian Popular Imagery”, on website of Tasveer Ghar: A Digital Network of South Asian Popular Visual Culture (www.tasveerghar.net).

Jain, Kajri 2010. ‘Imagined and Performed Locality: the Televisual Field in a North Indian Industrial Town’, in Nandini Sundar and Satish Deshpande (eds.), Popular Culture, Gender and Sexuality: essays in honour of Patricia Uberoi, special issue of Contributions to Indian Sociology, (n.s.) 44, 1&2, pp. 33-55.

Jain, Kajri 2010. ‘Imagined and Performed Locality: the Televisual Field in a North Indian Industrial Town’, in Nandini Sundar and Satish Deshpande (eds.), Popular Culture, Gender and Sexuality: essays in honour of Patricia Uberoi, special issue of Contributions to Indian Sociology, (n.s.) 44, 1&2, pp. 33-55.

Jain, Kajri 2011. ‘Divine Mass-Reproduction’, Medium Religion, ed. Peter Weibel and Boris Groys, Zentrum für Kunst und Medientechnologie, Karlsruhe, 2011, pp. 142-154.

Jain, Kajri 2011. ‘Taking and Making Offence: Husain and the Politics of Desecration’, in Sumathi Ramaswamy (ed.), Barefoot across the Nation: Maqbool Fida Husain and the Idea of India, London: Routledge, pp.198-212.

Jain, Kajri 2011. ‘The Showcard: Travelling Still’ for Bollywood Cinema Showcards: Indian Film Art from the 1950s to the 1980s, ed. Deepali Dewan, Institute for Contemporary Culture/Royal Ontario Museum, pp. 38-49.

Jain, Kajri 2012. ‘Mass-Reproduction and the Art of the Bazaar’, Cambridge Companion to Modern Indian Culture, ed. Vasudha Dalmia and Rashmi Sadana, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, pp. 184-205.

Jain, Kajri. ‘The Handbag That Exploded: Mayawati’s Monuments and the Aesthetics of Democracy in Post-Reform India’, invited contribution to Tapati Guha Thakurta, Partha Chatterjee and Bodhisattva Kar (eds.), New Cultural Histories of India (final draft sent to editors after peer-review).

Juneja, Monica 2009. ‘Architectural memory between representation and practice. Rethinking Pierre Nora’s Les lieux de mémoire’, In Indra Sengupta-Frey (ed.) Revisiting Sites of Memory. New Perspectives on the British Empire, Bulletin of the German Historical Institute, London: 11-36.

Juneja, Monica (ed. with Barbara Potthast) 2008 a. ‘theme issue: Text und Bild in den Berichten über außereuropäische Welten‘, In Zeitenblicke.

Juneja, Monica 2008 b. ‚Das Visuelle in Sprache übersetzen? Der wissenschaftliche Diskurs und die Polyvalenz indischer Bilder‘, In Zeitenblicke.

Juneja, Monica 2008 c. ‚Braided Histories? Visuelle Praktiken des indischen Mogulreichs zwischen Mimesis und Alterität‘, In Historische Anthropologie 16 (2): 187-204.

 

Kato, Tetsuhiro 2007. "YASHIRO Yukio and the Sentimentality of Japanese Art," In Proceedings. 17th International Congress of Aesthetics 2007 “Aesthetics Bridging Cultures”. (http://www.sanart.org.tr/PDFler/58.pdf)

 

Leonhardt, Nic forthcoming a. Encountering Urban Imaginaries: Media, Mobility and Control in Public Spheres.

Leonhardt, Nic (ed. with Eva Zhang) forthcoming b. 'The Way I See It': Transcultural Perspectives on Image, Gaze and Perception.

Leonhardt, Nic (eds. with Martin Gieselmann and Olga Iljassova ) forthcoming The Transcultural Studies Reader: Theories, Terms, Applications. (working title)

Leonhardt, Nic 2009. "Theater und Visuelle Kultur. Modi ihrer Relation aus historischer Perspektive", In Kati Röttger, Alexander Jackob (eds.): Theater und Bild. Inszenierungen des Sehens. Bielefeld: transcript.

Leonhardt, Nic 2007. Piktoral-Dramaturgie. Visuelle Kultur und Theater im 19. Jahrhundert [Pictorial Dramaturgy. Theatre and Visual Culture in 19th Century Germany (1869-1899)]. Bielefeld: transcript.

Leonhardt, Nic 2007. With Ralf Adelmann / Andreas Fahr / Ines Katenhusen /  Dimitri Liebsch (eds.) Visual Culture Revisited. German and American Perspectives on Visual Culture(s). Köln: Herbert von Halem.

Leonhardt, Nic 2007. "Pictorial (Hi)stories - Illustrated Coverage of the Franco-Prussian War 1870/71".
In Leonhardt et al (ed.) Visual Culture Revisited. German and American Perspectives on Visual Culture(s)
Köln: Herbert von Halem.

 

Maissen, Thomas forthcoming (2010). The Virgin and Her State: Representing the Body Politic Through Metaphors of Marital Status.

Maissen, Thomas  2008. “Inventing the Sovereign Republic. Imperial Structures, French Challenges, Dutch Models, and the Early Modern Swiss Confederation”, In André Holenstein, Thomas Maissen, Maarten Prak (eds.), The Republican Alternative. The Netherlands and Switzerland compared. Amsterdam: 125-150.

Maissen, Thomas 2007. „Die Stadtpatrone Felix und Regula. Das Fortleben einer Thebäerlegende im reformierten Zürich“ In Bauer, Dieter und Gabriela Signori (eds.). Patriotische Heilige. Beiträge zur Konstruktion religiöser und politischer Identitäten in der Vormoderne. Stuttgart: Steiner: 211-228.

 

Mittler, Barbara forthcoming a. A Continuous Revolution: Making Sense of Cultural Revolution Culture.

Mittler, Barbara forthcoming b.  Portrait of a Trope: New Women and New Men in Chinese Women’s Magazines, 1898-2008.

Mittler, Barbara (ed. with Madeleine Herren) forthcoming c. Hidden Grammars of Transculturality.

Mittler, Barbara 2009 (Under submission for publication in Chinese). “The Many Faces of Chairman Mao: The Art of Repetition in Revolutionary China.” Academia Sinica Series.

Mittler, Barbara 2008a. (ed. with Sebastian Gehrig und Felix Wemheuer) Kulturrevolution als Vorbild: Maoismen im deutschsprachigen Raum. Wien.

Mittler, Barbara 2008b. “’Von verrückten alten Männern, die Berge versetzen wollten’. Die Überzeugungskraft der Worte Maos.” In A. Chaniotis, A. Kropp, C. Steinhoff (eds.) Überzeugungsstrategien, Heidelberger Jahrbücher 52, Heidelberg: Springer Verlag:  38-60.

Mittler, Barbara 2008c. “Kulturrevolution als Propaganda? Der lange Marsch des Maoismus in China” In Sebastian Gehrig, Barbara Mittler and Felix Wemheuer (eds.), Kulturrevolution als Vorbild: Maoismen im deutschsprachigen Raum. Wien: 203-219.

Mittler, Barbara 2008d. “Der Osten ist rot: China und die Suche nach Glück” In Beate Hentschel, Gisela Staupe (eds.) Glück – welches Glück? München: Carl Hanser Verlag: 133-149.

Mittler, Barbara 2008e. (with Christiane Brosius, Sumathi Ramaswamy and Thomas Maissen, supported by Michael Mohr, Sebastian Gehrig, Cathrine Bublatzky,  Eric Decker and Matthias Arnold) „Archiving Mothers and Fathers of the Nation“, website (restricted access).

Mittler, Barbara 2007a. “In Spite of Gentility: (New) Women and (New) Men in Linglong, a 1930s Women’s Magazine”, In Daria Berg and Chloe Starr (eds.) The Quest for Gentility in China. Negotiations beyond Gender and Class, London: Routledge: 208-234.

Mittler, Barbara 2007b. “Gendered Advertising in China. What History do Images  tell?”, In European Journal of Chinese Studies 6.1: 13-41.

 

Ramaswamy, Sumathi Forthcoming 2009. The Goddess and the Nation: Mapping Mother India. Durham, Duke University Press.

Ramaswamy, Sumathi 2008. When a language becomes a mother/goddess: An image essay on Tamil. http://tasveerghar.net/stamil/index.html

Ramaswamy, Sumathi 2009. "The Mahatma as Muse: An Image Essay on Gandhi in Popular Indian Visual Imagination" In Gayatri Sinha (ed.), Art and Visual Culture in India 1857-2007. Marg Publications: 236-249.

Ramaswamy, Sumathi 2008. "Of Gods and globes: The territorialisation of Hindu deities in Indian popular visual culture" In Jyotindra Jain (ed.), India’s Popular Culture: Iconic Spaces and Fluid Images. Marg, Mumbai: 19-31.

 

Schwartz, Vanessa 2007. It’s So French! Hollywood, Paris and the Making of Cosmopolitan Film Culture, Chicago and London: University of Chicago Press.

Schwartz, Vanessa 2007. "Massenpresse und Spektakel: Das Pariser Leichenschauhaus im Fin de Siècle" In Werner Michael Schwarz, Magarethe Szeless and Lisa Wögenstein (eds.) Ganz Unten. Die Entdeckung des Elends Vienna: Ganz Unten: 53-59.

 

Singh, Kavita 2008. Where in the World: Indian Art in the Era of Globalization. Editor, lead essay and catalogue entries. Devi Art Foundation: Gurgaon, India.

Singh, Kavita Submitted. ‘What’s New in Pata Painting?’ for Anna Dallapiccolla (ed.) Indian Painting: the Lesser Known Traditions.

Singh, Kavita Submitted. ‘Transfixed by the arrow of time: Phad paintings of Rajasthan,’ for Anna Dallapiccolla (ed.)  Indian Painting: the Lesser Known Traditions.

Singh, Kavita Submitted. ‘Six Degrees of Separation: Chaos and Convergence in South Asia,’ for Pooja Sood (ed.) Six Degrees of Separation,  Khoj Artists Workshop Publications.

Singh, Kavita 2009. ‘Material Fantasy: The Museum in Colonial India’ In Gayatri Sinha (ed.) India: Art and Visual Culture, 1857-2007, Marg Publications and Bodhi Art Gallery: Mumbai.

Singh, Kavita 2008. ‘Art History and Democracy: Keynote Address’ In South African Art History in an African Context, University of Witwatersrand: Johannesburg, South Africa.

Singh, Kavita 2008. ‘Fantasies of History in Indian Painting,’ In Hadeeth, Bulletin of the Kuwait National Museum.

Singh, Kavita 2008. ‘Are we ready for the Freer Circulation of Artifacts?’ In The Art Newspaper, London.

Singh, Kavita 2007 (with Saloni Mathur). ‘Reincarnations of the Museum: The Museum in an Age of Religious Revivalism,’ In Vishakha Desai (ed.) Asian Art History in the 21st Century, Yale University Press.

Singh, Kavita 2007. ‘Fixed Image in a Changing World: The Phad Paintings of Rajasthan’ In Joanna Williams (ed.) The Kingdom of the Sun: Indian Court and Village Art from the Princely State of Mewar, Asian Art Museum, San Francisco.

 

Trede, Melanie forthcoming a. Interventions in the Political Iconography of Pictorial Narratives (working title).

Trede, Melanie (ed.) forthcoming b. Rethinking Gender, Sexuality and the Body in a Transcultural World,

in 3 vols:              

1. Representations of Sexualities
2. The Religious Body
3. Gender and Body in the Contemporary Arts

Trede, Melanie 2013 [in progress]. “Kunstausstellungen als ästhetische und politische Inszenierung: Tokyo in Berlin, Berlin in Tokyo” [Art exhibitions as aesthetic and political performance: Tokyo in Berlin, Berlin in Tokyo],” in Die Staatlichen Museen zu Berlin in der NS-Zeit 1933-1945 [The National Museum in Berlin during the era of National Socialism, 1933-1945], Schriftenreihe des Zentralarchivs zur Geschichte der Berliner Museen, vol. 2, edited by Jörn Grabowski, Wien Köln, Weimar: Böhlau-Verlag.

Trede, Melanie 2013 (forthcoming). “Die Chineser stellen alles einfältig vor”: Schlaglichter auf europäisch-ostasiatische Auseinandersetzungen über Perspektive [“The Chinese render everything simple”: East Asian and European Negotiations on Perspective], in Bildkulturen. Die Perspektive im interdisziplinären Vergleich (Cultures of the Picture: The Perspective in interdisciplinary Comparison), edited by Christoph Markschies, Peter Deuflhard, Verena Lepper. Berlin: Akademieverlag,).    
 
Trede, Melanie 2012. “’Konda sôbyô engi emaki’ no denrai ni tsuite no ichikôsatsu 「『誉田宗廟縁起絵巻』の伝来についての一考察」[Thoughts on the transmission of the Illuminated Handscrolls of the Karmic Origins of the Konda Imperial Tumulus], Ajia yûgaku 154, special issue “Interprétation des représentations relatives à la diffusion du savoir / 『アジア遊学』154号、特集 「文化創造と知の発信としての図像解釈」, edited by Abe Yasurô, Takahashi Tôru, and Itô Nobuhiro 阿部泰朗、高橋亨、伊藤信博.

Trede, Melanie 2012. Gender and Body in the Contemporary Arts. Co-editor with Monica Juneja, Heidelberg: Springer Verlag (prospected publisher), editing process.

Trede, Melanie 2012. Shifting Paradigms in East Asian Visual Culture: A Festschrift in Honour of Lothar Ledderose co-editor with Burglind Jungmann and Adele Schlombs, Berlin: Reimer Publishers.

Trede, Melanie 2011. “Pictorial Narratives”: Introduction and eight entries on narrative paintings, in Splendid Impressions. Japanese Secular Paintings 1400-1900 in the Museum of East Asian Art, Cologne, edited by Doris Croissant. Leiden: Brill/Hotei, 43-117.

Trede, Melanie 2011. “Eikyô gonen Hachiman engi emaki no ‘raifu” to sono ‘afutâraifu”「永享五年八幡縁起絵巻の「ライフ」とその「アフターライフ」」 “The Life and Afterlives of Hachiman Paintings  dated to 1433 CE” [in Japanese], in The Potentialities of Works: To the Point that Japanese Literature Takes Form: 書物としての可能性―日本文学がカタチになるまで―, Proceedings of the 34th International Conference on Japanese Literature 第34回国際日本文学研究集会会議録, 人間文化研究機構, 国文学研究資料館, Tokyo: Kokubungaku kenkyû shiryôkan, 171-179.
 
Trede, Melanie 2010. “Eikyô gonen Hachiman engi emaki no ‘shôgai” to sono ‘yosei’”「永享五年八幡縁起絵巻の「生涯」とその「余生」」 “The Life and Afterlives of Hachiman Paintings (1433 CE)” [in Japanese], in Chûsei kaiga no matorikkusu 『中世絵画のマトリクス』 [The Matrix of Medieval Painting], edited by Sano Midori and Shinkawa Tetsuo 佐野みどり・新川哲雄 編, Tokyo: Seikansha 青簡舎刊,  220-247.

Trede, Melanie 2010. Hiroshige. One Hundred Famous Views of Edo, [co-authored with Lorenz Bichler], Cologne, New York: Taschen, 2007 (XXL series), 274pp. Republished in a smaller edition by Taschen.

Trede, Melanie 2009. Becoming Intense, Becoming Animal, Becoming…, exhibition catalogue,  co-editor with Martina Köppel-Yang, Heidelberg: Kehrer Publishers.

Trede, Melanie. Frankfurter Rundschau December 11, 2009; Heinz-Norbert Jocks: KUNSTFORUM Vol. 201 (2010), 334-337; Monopol (February 2010); Marie Heidingsfelder: AVIVA-BERLIN.de (December 2010); among others.

Trede, Melanie. Forthcoming 2009/2010. "Kunstausstellungen als ästhetische und politische Inszenierung: Tokyo in Berlin, Berlin in Tokyo", Schriftenreihe der Staatlichen Museen zu Berlin.

Trede, Melanie. Forthcoming 2009.

メ ディアの働き──八幡縁起の伝承が絵に描かれ、物質化されて、どう機能してきたか

 “What’s in a medium? Multiple Visualities, Materialities and Functions of the Legend ‘The Karmic Origins of Hachiman’,” Bungaku 9.

Trede, Melanie 2009. “Vorwort: Körperkunst / Preface: Body Art,” in Becoming Intense, Becoming Animal, Becoming…, 7-11.

Trede, Melanie 2009. “Ostasiatische Kunst, 3. Japan” [East Asian Art, 3. Japan], in Enzyklopädie der Neuzeit [Encyclopedia of the Early Modern Period], vol. 9 Naturhaushalt – Physiokratie, Stuttgart: Metzler'sche Verlagsbuchhandlung/C.E. Poeschel Verlag, 629-633.

Trede, Melanie 2008. “Banknote Design as a Battlefield of Gender Politics and National Representation in Meiji Japan”, In Doris Croissant, Catherine Vance Yeh, and Joshua Mostow (eds.), Performing “Nation”: Gender Politics in Literature, Theater, and the Visual Arts of China and Japan, 1880—1940, Leiden: Brill: 55-104.
http://www.brill.nl/default.aspx?partid=210&pid=30941

Sir Hugh Cortazzi: Arts of Asia (November 2008); Alida Becker: New York Times (7 December, 2008); Julie Davis: caa online review (December 9, 2009), www.caareviews.org/reviews/1367; new edition: “Best art book of the year” in Sunday Times “Culture” (November 28, 2010); and many more reviews (see www.taschen.com/pages/de/catalogue/art/all/00343/clippings.hiroshige_one_hundred_famous_views_of_edo.6.htm)

Trede, Melanie 2008. “Banknote Design as a Battlefield of Gender Politics and National Representation in Meiji Japan,” in Performing “Nation”: Gender Politics in Literature, Theater, and the Visual Arts of China and Japan, 1880—1940, edited by Doris Croissant, Catherine Vance Yeh, and Joshua Mostow, Leiden: Brill, 2008, 55-104.
www.brill.nl/default.aspx

Trede, Melanie 2007. (with Lorenz Bichler) Hiroshige. One Hundred Famous Views of Edo, Cologne, New York: Taschen.

Trede, Melanie 2007. "Edo: Images of a city between visual poetry and idealized reality / Edo: Bilder einer Stadt zwischen visueller Poesie und idealisierter Wirklichkeit / Images d’une ville entre poésie visuelle et réalité idéale”, In Trede and Bichler (eds.) Ando Hiroshige. One Hundred Famous Views of Edo, Cologne, New York: Taschen: 7-27.

Trede, Melanie 2006. Arts of Japan: The John C. Weber Collection; Kunst aus Japan: Die John C. Weber Sammlung, New York, editor of two separate exhibition catalogues in German and English (English version edited with Julia Meech), Berlin: Museum für Ostasiatische Kunst, Staatliche Museen zu Berlin.

Trede, Melanie 2000. [Associate Editor] Impressions. The Journal of the Ukiyo-e Society of America, Inc., vol. 22.

 

Zamperini, Paola Forthcoming. Lost Bodies. Prostitution and Masculinity in latre Qing Fiction. E. J. Brill: Leiden.

 

 

Planned Joint Publications:

Barbara Mittler & Sumathi Ramaswamy: "Fathers of the Nation in the Age of the World picture: Gandhi, Mao and the Efficacy of the Political Image"

Brosius, Christiane, Barbara Mittler & Paola Zamperini: "Romantic Love and Equality in China and India in the 21st century".

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