Fellows’ Publications and Other Projects

Pamment, Claire

  • Claire Pamment.  2017.   Comic Performance in Pakistan: The Bhānd.  London: Palgrave Macmillan.  

  • Claire Pamment. December 2016. “Teesri Dhun (The Third Tune).” Performance tour produced by Olomopolo Media, funded by Danish Centre for Culture and Development [CKU]. Alhamara, Lahore, Pakistan.

Rosen, Aaron

  • Aaron Rosen.  2015.  Religion and Art in the Heart of Modern Manhattan:  St. Peter’s Church and the Louise Nevelson Chapel.  Farnham, Surrey:  Ashgate.  Routledge paperback edition, 2018.

  • Aaron Rosen.  2016.  Art and Religion in the 21st Century.  London:  Thames & Hudson.   

Sperber, David

  • David Sperber. 2021. “A Tale of a Woman and a Robe” Institutional Criticism of the Israeli Rabbinical Establishment - The Art of Nurit Jacobs Yinon.”  Journal of Feminist Studies in ReligionVol. 37, No. 1 (Spring 2021), pp. 63-85.  Indiana University Press.

  • David Sperber. Devoted Assistance: Jewish-Feminine Art in Israel and the United States, Jerusalem: Magnes Press, 2021.

  • David Sperber.  2020.  “Helène Aylon, ‘Self Portrait: The Unmentionable,’ 2005.”  The female side of God: Visual Representations of a Suppressed Tradition (cat.), The Jewish Museum Frankfurt.  60-65.

  • David Sperber.  2020.  “Reclaiming Feminine Spirituality and Ritual in the Art of  Mierle Laderman Ukeles.”  The female side of God: Visual Representations of a Suppressed Tradition (cat.), The Jewish Museum Frankfurt.  234-264.

  • David Sperber.  2020.  “Devoted Resistance: The Jewish Religious Art of Nechama Golan.” Journal Third Text. Published online: 20 Nov 2020.  To link to this article: https://doi.org/10.1080/09528822.2020.1841408.

  • David Sperber. 2020.  “Contemporary Orthodox Jewish Feminist Art in Israel: Insitutional Criticism of the Rabbinical Establishment,” Shofar: An Interdisciplinary Journal of Jewish Studies,  SPECIAL ISSUE: The Feminist Art of Religious Women (Purdue University Press), 38 (2) (2020), 191–228. Also in Hebrew, 2021, “Institutional Criticism of the Rabbinical Establishment in the Work of Zionist-Religious Artists in Israel,” RELIGIOUS ZIONISM: HISTORY, THOUGHT, SOCIETY 5 (2021), 239–265.

  • David Sperber. 2019. “Mikva Dreams: Judaism, Feminism, and Maintenance in the Art of Mierle Laderman Ukeles.” Panorama: Journal of the Association of Historians of American Art 5, no. 2 (Fall 2019), 1–22.  

  • David Sperber. 2019. “Erasures of Jewish Identity? Jewish Consciousness in the United States in Light of the Study of Jewish Art.” (Hebrew). Identities (The Van Leer Jerusalem Institute), Vol. 9: 135–143.

  • David Sperber. 2019. “‘The Liberation of G-d’: Helène Aylon’s Jewish Feminist Art.” Images: A Journal of Jewish Art and Visual Culture (Brill Press). Vol. 12, No. 1: 122–133.

  • David Sperber. 2019. “The Fear of Religionization of Israeli Cultural Worlds: Response to Horit Herman Peled and Yoav Peled.” Images: A Journal of Jewish Art & Visual Culture (Brill Press). Vol. 12, No. 1: 222–224.

  • David Sperber. 2019. “Yoav Peled and Horit Herman-Peled, The Religionization of Israeli Society.  New York: Routledge. 238pp.” Images: A Journal of Jewish Art & Visual Culture (Brill Press). Vol. 12, No. 1: 214–219.

Stowe, David

  • David Stowe. 2018. “Reggae’s sacred roots and call to protest injustice.” The Conversation. 29 June 2018. 

  • David Stowe. 2017. “Why a 2,500-year-old Hebrew poem still matters.” The Conversation. 27 July 2017.

  • David Stowe. 2017. “Why on July 4 should we remember the psalm ‘By the Rivers of Babylon.’” The Conversation. 30 June 2017.

  • David Stowe. 2017. “Songs of worship: why we sing to the Lord.” The Conversation. 9 February 2017. https://theconversation.com/songs-of-worship-why-we-sing-to-the-lord-72642.

  • David Stowe.  2016.  Song of Exile: The Enduring Mystery of Psalm 137.  Oxford University Press.  

  • David Stowe. 2014. “History, Memory, and Forgetting in Psalm 137.” In The Bible in the Public Square, eds. Mark A. Chancey, Carol Meyers, and Eric M. Meyers, 137-57. Atlanta: SBL Press. 

Sykes, James

  • James Sykes and Gavin Steingo, eds.  2019.  Remapping Sound Studies.  Durham: Duke University Press.

  • James Sykes. 2019. “Sound Studies, Difference, and Global Concept History.” In Remapping Sound Studies, ed. Jim Sykes and Gavin Steingo. Durham: Duke University Press.

  • James Sykes. W/Gavin Steingo. 2019. “Introduction: Remapping Sound Studies.” In Remapping Sound Studies, ed. Jim Sykes and Gavin Steingo. Durham: Duke University Press. 

  • James Sykes. 2018. “Ontologies of acoustic endurance: rethinking wartime sound and listening.” Sound Studies. pp. 35-60. 

  • James Sykes. 2018. “On the Sonic Materialization of Buddhist History: Drum Speech in Southern Sri Lanka.” Analytical Approaches to World Music. Vol. 7, No. 1: 1-78. 

  • James Sykes. 2018. “South Asian Drumming Beyond Tala: The Problem with ‘Meter’ in Buddhist Sri Lanka.” Analytical Approaches to World Music. Vol. 6, No. 2: 1-50. 

  • James Sykes.  2018. The Musical Gift: Sonic Generosity in Post-War Sri Lanka.  New York: Oxford University Press. 

Varghese, Baby

  • Baby Varghese. 2021. The Early History of the Syriac Liturgy: Growth, Adaptation and Inculturation.   Wiesbaden: Harrassowitz Verlag Publishers.

  • Baby Varghese.  2016.  “Family Prayers for the Great Lent and the Passion Week, (Compiled).”  Kottayam, India: MOC Publications. 

  • Baby Varghese.  2016.  “Mia Physite Christology and the Oriental Orthodox Churches.”  In Cristianesimo nella storia. 37-1: 31-44. Bologna, Italy: Fondazione per le scienze religiose.

  • Baby Varghese.  2016. “Baptism and Chrismation, Revised Edition.” 98. Kottayam, India: MOC Publications. 

  • Baby Varghese.  2016.  “The Anaphora of St James: History and Theology.” 207. Kottayam, India: MOC Publications. 

  • Baby Varghese.  2016.  “Christ in Syrian Orthodox Liturgy.”  In The Dialogue Between the Eastern Orthodox and Oriental Orthodox Churches, ed. Christine Chaillot, 363-377.  Volos, Greece: Volos Academy Publications.

  • Baby Varghese. 2016.  “Bar  Hebraeus: Mnarat Qudshe: Sixth base  on the Earthly Priesthood.”  The Harp.  XXX: 147-229. 

  • Baby Varghese. 2016. “A Brief History of the Theological Education in the Malankara Orthodox Church.”  In Pazaya Seminary: Charithravum Sakshyavum
     Old Seminary: History and Witness, eds. O.Thomas & John Thomas, 90-138.  Kottayam, India: Orthodox Theological Seminary.
  • Baby Varghese. 2016. “The Syriac Julian Romance and early Syriac Liturgical Traditions.”  The Harp. XXXI: 265-290.

  • Baby Varghese. 2015. “From East to the West: Introduction of the West Syriac Liturgy among the Saint Thomas Christians on the Malabar Coast.”  The Journal of the Malankara Orthodox Theological Studies.  II-2, 18-38.

  • Baby Varghese. 2015. “The So-called Persian Crosses in South India: State of Research.”  In Christen in der islamischen Welt. Festschrift für Martin Tamcke zum 60.Geburstag, eds. Sidney H.Griffith & Sven Grebenstein, 389-399.  Wiesbaden, Germany: Harrossowitz.

  • Baby Varghese. 2014.  “Book of Guides (Hudaya) or Nomocanon by Gregorios Bar Hebraeus, English Translaltion with Introduction and notes.” Kottayam, India: MOC Publications.