Items where Research Group is "Sainsbury Institute for the Study of Japanese Arts and Cultures

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Bogdanova-Kummer, Eugenia ORCID: (2015) The Line Between Calligraphy and Painting: A View from Postwar Japan. In: The Power of Line. Hirmer, Munich, pp. 118-128. ISBN 9783777424989


Gill, David ORCID: (2015) The Nostell Priory bolsal. In: On the fascination of objects. Oxbow Books, Oxford, 95–106.

Gill, David W. J. (2015) Heritage crime matters. Antiquity, 89 (346). pp. 991-993. ISSN 0003-598X


Haour, Anne ORCID:, N'Dah, Didier, Gosselain, Olivier and Nixon, Sam (2015) Carrefour des empires: archéologie, histoire et ethnographie dans le Dendi. self published.


Kaner, Simon ORCID: (2015) Archaeology in a nuclear exclusion zone: visiting Fukushima. British Archaeology, 141. 46–51.

Kaner, Simon ORCID: and Yano, Ken'ichi (2015) Early agriculture in Japan. In: The Cambridge World History. Cambridge University Press, pp. 353-386. ISBN 9780511978807


Matsuba, Ryoko (2015) 役者絵本と役者似顔春本:初代豊国画『会本恋の楽室』を中心に. Art Research, 15. p. 3.

Matsuba, Ryoko (2015) Intertwined Characters: Parody images in Edo visual culture. Andon, 99. p. 5. ISSN 0168-2997


Nixon, Sam (2015) The Ashanti-Hausaland trade route and the Kingdom of Borgu:Archaeological and oral historical survey within the Republic of Benin. Nyame Akuma, 83. pp. 48-61.


Rousmaniere, Nicole (2015) The David and Anne Hyatt King Gift through the Art Fund. The British Museum Magazine.

Rousmaniere, Nicole (2015) Japanese Jizô bosatsu Figure. In: Masterpieces of the Sainsbury Centre. Sainsbury Centre for Visual Arts, pp. 50-51.

Rousmaniere, Nicole (2015) Kuni ni tame no shûshû- A.W. Furankusu to Daiei hakubutsukan shôzô Nihon tôjiki kurekushon no keisei (1875-1880 nen wo chûshin to shite). Studies in Japonisme, 35. pp. 25-34. ISSN 1334-2198

Rousmaniere, Nicole (2015) Manga Now at the British Museum. The British Museum Magazine.

Rousmaniere, Nicole (2015) Running Riot. The British Museum Magazine. pp. 36-38.

Rousmaniere, Nicole (2015) What is Japan. In: Report on the Symposium/Workshop ‘Promotion and Utilization for Japanese Art in American and European Museums. Executive Committee for the Program, Tokyo National Museum, Tokyo, pp. 25-34.


Whitfield, Roderick, Whitfield, Susan and Agnew, Neville (2015) Cave Temples of Mogao at Dunhuang:Art and History on the Silk Road. Getty Publications, Los Angeles. ISBN 978-1606064450

Whitfield, Susan (2015) Creating a Codicology of Central Asian Manuscripts. In: From Mulberry Leaves to Silk Scrolls. The Lawrence J. Schoenberg Studies in Manuscript Culture . University of Pennsylvania Press.

Whitfield, Susan (2015) Life Along the Silk Road. University of California Press, Berkeley.

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